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Which is The Most Reliable Hard Drive Brand?

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October 7, 2011 5:25:58 PM

Hi i built me a new Pc

My specs:

Cpu: 2.33 core 2 quad q8200

Ram Kingston: 2x2 GB ram card's

Hdd: Seagate 500GB sata 3

Dvd rw: Samsung 24x RW

PSU: 500w omega power controlling psu

GPU: Asus GTx 260 core 216 448 bit 896mb

Mother board: Asus p5g41-mlx

case: Cooler master Cm281 chassis

Windows 7 rating

CPU 7.2
ram 7.2
aero graphics 7.2
gaming graphics 7.2
Hdd 7.8

let me know what u think :) 
October 7, 2011 5:36:20 PM

Seems like a decent middle of the road rig for basic computing, but really isn't a gaming rig.

How do you intend to use the system?
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October 7, 2011 7:14:09 PM

That would have been a new computer in 2008, today its an assembly of spare parts .

The most reliable hard drive is the one you have a full back up of . If you have a back up they never breal down , if you dont they die young and hard .
Its a natural law of some kind
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October 7, 2011 7:27:00 PM

Hitachi imo.
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October 7, 2011 7:32:09 PM

Outlander_04 said:
That would have been a new computer in 2008, today its an assembly of spare parts .

The most reliable hard drive is the one you have a full back up of . If you have a back up they never breal down , if you dont they die young and hard .
Its a natural law of some kind

Sooo true
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October 14, 2011 7:32:36 AM

COLGeek said:
Seems like a decent middle of the road rig for basic computing, but really isn't a gaming rig.

How do you intend to use the system?


Gaming i get 73 fraps on resident evil 5 87 on shift 1 so i fine it quite decent and i only spent R2000 as i had some friend's in Cafe viva
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October 14, 2011 7:34:21 AM

Not a very good rig by today's standards.
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October 14, 2011 11:41:02 AM

Western Digital make some of the best quality HDD's I believe.

As said before though, always have a back-up anyway. There's usually no telling when something could fail :)  Better safe than sorry when your files matter.
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