What harddisk capacity i should go for? Tags: Hard Drives Configuration Storage Last response: May 9, 2012 6:43 AM in Storage Share freakosandy May 9, 2012 6:25:00 AM HI all, i have a pretty old cpu config with AMD Athlon X2 4000+, 3 gb ram. My question is what hard disk capacity i should go for? i was planning for 500 gb or 1 T Tb(both SATA 7200 RPM). Please suggest and help me with this. Thanks in advance More about : harddisk capacity vish22 May 9, 2012 6:43:19 AM it always good to go for higher one, depending on your own budget too. On a little difference of expense you can purchase 1TB HDD very little difference in price and it doubles your HDD space m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedWhat hard disk capacity i should go for? Forum What hard disk capacity i should go for? Forum Solvedwhat ssd capacity should I buy? Forum SolvedWant to know maximum Harddisk capacity of my PC Forum what Power Suppy capacity should i choose? Forum SolvedPlease advice me what motherboard and RAM should I buy to go with my GPU and CPU Forum SolvedWhat AIO solution should i go for? Forum SolvedWhat monitor should I go with? Forum SolvedLooking to upgrade my gaming rig, what should i go for? $250 budget (CPU, RAM, Graphics Card, Hard Drive...) Forum SolvedWhat noctua 140mm fans should i go with for the kraken x61 Forum SolvedWhat aftermarket cooler should I go with to overclock the fx-8320? Forum SolvedYanno i think everybody should go with what they like instead of arguing over all this BS Forum Solvedwhat colour fans and led lights should i go for Forum Solvedwhat slots should the ram go in Forum Solvedwhat ram should I go? just for gaming. Forum SolvedWhat build should i go for.? im on a tight budget Forum SolvedWhat memory should I go for? Forum Solvedmy custom build, what can stay, what should go and what should I add Forum SolvedWhat motherboard should I go with? Forum SolvedWhat grahpics card should i go with Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !