I am looking to upgrade hard drive, i know i can use, 8mb, 16 mb, or 32 mb. I seen i nice hard drive i wanted and everything was compatible, except it had 64 mb cace transfer. can i use that. thank you i am new at this.
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It really doesn't matter what cache size your drive has. In theory, a bigger cache can make the drive perform better. But in practice all drives have enough cache to perform pretty much optimally.
^ +1. the performance wont be even noticable to the biggest hdd expert. i doubt even a seagate engineer can tell the difference. i guess even some of the bencmark programs wont be able to tell the difference either...