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Tuesday, September 19, 2006

How Higher RPM Hard Drives Rip You Off

Expensive high-RPM hard drives usually deliver better performance, right? Wrong! ZDNet blogger George Ou explains to you why in an article he posted on his blog today. Definitely an enlightening read for all you PC performance freaks out there.

Conventional wisdom in the server and home enthusiast market says that more expensive high-RPM hard drives translate to better performance, but is this really true? I'm going to debunk this myth once and for all and prove to you that not only are you paying more money but you're getting less storage and less performance.

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