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    http://forums.storagereview.com/index.php/topic/30281-2-tb-5k-rpm-samsung-f4-hd204ui-or-seagate-st2000dl003-green-or-wd20ears-caviar-green/#entry270934
  1. suppose seagate might be good, they bought samsung if courts approve they might merge in middle term
  2. now they all at the same price and I am not sure about seagate or samsung any more opinions please
  3. so did this issue fixed throughly
  4. thanks for the opinion, review's conclusion is not clear to m also even though SATA 3 is not reachable via mechanically or old X58 boards may it be useful some time future or if you combine mechanical HDDs with SSD, and 5900 rpm drives offer theoretical 144 MB/s, in reality around 50-60 MB/s (I suppose according to review)
  5. the review isn't clear to me I read reviews of WESTERNDIGITAL WD20EARS Caviar Green 2TB 64MB SATA 3.0Gb/s SAMSUNG HD204UI Spinpoint F4 2TB 32MB 5400rpm SATA 3.0Gb/s SEAGATE ST2000DL003 Green 2TB 64MB 5900rpm SATA 6.0Gb/s my conclusion is WD isn't worth it, Samsung has lower power consumption (but how much KW difference will it make per month?), you say price but currently seagate is 5 dollars cheaper at stores around here, but which one is faster (I assume Seagate for 5900 rpm) also even though SATA 3 is not reachable via mechanically or old X58 boards may it be useful some time future or if you combine mechanical HDDs with SSD
  6. I want a fast at read/write bulk big/small files, economic (prices are similar to each other), reliable (cannot afford another crash) and silent 2 TB HDD at (at 5k segment for price) At real time conditions they say 7200 rpm harddisks are already %30 faster than 5k rpm harddisks (does that true), StorageReview.com reviews say F4 is better than Seagate but howcome it is if 5400 k already slower than 5900 Samsung Spinpoint F4EG (HD204UI) / Seagate ST2000DL003 Specs