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seagate 400gb vs 500gb?! ( ST3500630AS vs ST3400620AS)

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Last response: in Storage
September 5, 2007 10:51:55 AM


I was just looking at the charts for HDs and the 400 gb ST3400620AS appears to be quite good for the price. On I found a 500 gb ST3500630AS that is 10 pounds cheaper and I was just wondering what the drop in performance would be if any at all / what the differences are and which HD you would recommend.

Thanks for the help!


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September 5, 2007 11:13:51 PM

Jumping on Seagate site and doing a quick search reveals that they are both the same product just the next size up.

Logic would have me think that the 500 is a much better buy as its bigger and cheaper, while all other specs are exactly the same.