Originally Posted by =xXFoRsAkEnXx=
lol no wonder... arent intels more reliable then amd?
i heard there more consistant
Intel's are indeed more reliable, AMD's are more suited for gaming and thigns of that nature.
But back to the 10K RPM HDD.
Firstly, speed is NOT everything when concerning a hard drive. You have to take into consideration it's cache size, latency, seek time, and write time. There's some hard drives that are 7,200RPM that could beat a 10,000RPM hard drive.