GTVic

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  1. I'm wondering if there are any SATA HDD (i.e. not SSD) that support Microsoft's eDrive spec? Basically this is the requirement that when used with BitLocker the system will not do software encryption but will enable the hardware encryption on the drive. The drive should be 1TB or 2TB and the usage would be a performance secondary/data drive, 7200RPM.
  2. Another review http://www.techreport.com/articles.x/14380 The SE16 750 seems to be significantly better for boot times for some strange reason...