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Old 12-16-2006, 08:21 PM   #11
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Default Re: wanting new HD's, trouble deciding...

some nice things floating around. that deal looks reaaaally good, i might just have to go with that... as for the replacement thing, if i buy from newegg and something happens to the drives, im sure they will replace it themselves without me having to go through seagate, they are really good in that area of service. worst case scenario, ill just get my money back and go with some new drives.

thanks for the input guys.

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