Join Date: Jul 2005
Location: the business end of a CAD station.
my opinion is that the warranty on a drive doesn't mean shit. The value of the drive pales in comparison to the value of the data stored on it.
That's not to say that seagate aren't the best drive out there, I don't know, I've always had good luck with 'em so it could well be true. Just the $200 for a drive is nothing in comparison to the hundreds of hours invested in the data.
HAIL TO THE KING!!
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