Seagate and 400GB Hard Drives

By Derek Sooman on June 16, 2004, 2:23 PM
Do we have 400GB HDD yet? Well, we will certainly have to if I am to build my multi-terrabyte raid 5 array some time soon, just so I can run Longhorn...

"[COLOR=#1951B9]The new line is led by the Barracuda 7200.8 series, a new generation of Seagate's popular desktop PC hard disk family with capacities up to 400GB, up to 16MB of buffer memory, and a choice of Ultra ATA or the first native Serial ATA interface with native command queuing.[/COLOR]"

I know what I will be asking Santa Claus for!

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