[rescue] SCSI drive for sale at buy.com
kevin at pipeline.com
Mon Apr 21 02:33:04 CDT 2003
WD used to be the best in IDE drives, at least up until
around 97/98, then Maxtor started killing their market.
Now i question WD heavily. As stated in the past, i
don't have any IDE stuff at home but when i do have to
buy them for work i usually go IBM (which is now
Hitachi) or Fujitsu. Same goes for SCSI, Hitachi and
Fujitsu. Although i have had good luck with Seagate
Cheetahs, i have had too many Barracudas die on me.
Of course, all of this is anecdotal evidence and not
really worth anything so......
I think every drive manufacturer has put out bad
batches now and again.
On Wed, 23 Apr 2003 19:50:39 -0400
Charles Shannon Hendrix <shannon at widomaker.com> wrote:
> These are Western Digital drives?
> I've had seriously bad luck with WD drives, IDE
> anyway. They seem to have a very high failure rate
> in the first 1-2 years if used heavily.
> I've heard good things about the Fujitsu drives from
> a RAID user, but most people beating up on drives
> seem to like IBM and Seagate.
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