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What is your HardDisk's Brand?

What is your HardDisk's Brand?   99 members have voted

  1. 1. What is your HardDisk's Brand?

    • Western Digital
      40
    • Maxtor
      8
    • Seagate
      37
    • Hitachi
      6
    • IBM
      0
    • Samsung
      3
    • Quantum
      0
    • Other - Please specification in your post
      5

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Western Digital for all my desktop drives. At the moment, my laptop has a Seagate hard drive.

2x WD6400AAKS

2x WD5000AACS

8x WD10EACS

1x WD5000AAKS (connected via eSATA enclosure)

1x Seagate Momentus 7200.1 100GB

1x Seagate Momentus 5400.3 160GB (external drive)

Also... Moved to Poll center

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I currently have:

1x Western Digital WD800JB

1x Western Digital WD1600AAJS

1x Seagate ST340211

I also used to have:

2x Western Digital WD800JB

Except for that one anomalous Seagate, its all about Western Digital baby :thumbup

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Western digital, their raptor HDD's rocks! Reliable fast and very long warranty

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Western Digital, enough said.

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Mostly seagates, couple WDs too.

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Same as jcarle, WD`s...

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2x Western Digital 320GB SATA II in main rig and dual PIII respectively, 1x Western Digital 200GB SATA I in mom's rig, 1x IBM TravelStar 30GB in laptop, 1x Seagate Barracuda II 13GB in Pentium-MMX 200 @ 292MHz (DOS gaming and bootdisk development rig).

Edited by Th3_uN1Qu3
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Seagate and Western Digital mainly

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Laptop:

1x Seagate (120GB)

Desktop:

1x Western Digital (160GB)

1x Seagate (750GB)

1x Western Digital in aftermarket USB enclosure (120GB)

Spares

1x Western Digital (80GB)

2x Maxtor (30GB & 40GB)

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Western Digital definitely my favorite, but I've also had good luck with Maxtor.

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Maxtor SATAII on XP

STXXXX (don't remember) on W98SE

it doesn't hav tag :(

when Quantumn FireBall failed, it made me:

shutdown windows 98

lose about 5 of my favorite music videos

all of my music

my games

my docs

my configs (along with windows :P )

i was 11 years old, couldn't do much for my lost data

Isn't Maxtor an Quantumn division?

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My PC has a Maxtor (6V250F0). I can't say if this is the best brand, but IMHO it works just fine.

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Western Digital, Seagate and Hitachi are the only drives i use.

WD 250GB, 160GB

Hitachi 40GB, 80GB

Seagate 160GB, 40GB

Laptops have IBM Travelstars in them though...no getting around it ATM.

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Seagates mostly. 5 yr warranty is nice and I've had decent experiences with them. I wouldn't hesitate to buy Maxtor either, especially now that Seagate owns them.

I've owned Western Digitals (I love my Passport) als0, and can't complain. Seagate gets preference, though.

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At home I use Maxtor but at work I use WD.

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Two Samsungs on the older machine, that does not like to many partitions on big IDE disks, 120 + 250 GB

Two Seagate ST 340062, taken out of Maxtor Basics Personal Storage 3200. Were cheaper than similar internal IDE drives at that time.

Several USB2 drives, including a HDD media player

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No Doubt {SEAGATE}

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A couple of years ago I would have said Western Digital but now I have to say Seagate. I'm currently running four Seagate Barracuda 7200.11 ST3750330AS drives in this system.

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Western Digital All the way! :)

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