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I have never had any experience with E-SATA ports so was just concerned over reliability.
I have 3x 2TB HDD's all 7200RPM For Data (on 3 gig ports) and the 2x 256GB SSD's for programs and games (on the 6 gig). However my games have swallowed up my SSD's so am looking at buying a Fast 1TB for Game Installs.
Do you guys reckon move one of the Data drives to E-SATA and have the new drive via SATA or doesn't really matter?
Intel Core i5 2500K /-\ 32Gb 1600mhz RAM /-\ Asus P8Z68/GEN 3
2x 256Gb Crucial M4 /-\ Crossfire XFX HD Radeon 7950 Black DD
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