January 15th, 1999, 02:53 AM
Small hard dives - which is best?
I'm rebuilding my old computer, so obviously I need a new HD. The one I have now is a 2.1 non-UltraDMA. I'm looking for something small as I still have plenty of room on the 2.1, and I only want to spend $100-$150. I have seen a Fujitsu MPB3032AT (3.2, 9.5 seek, 5400 rpm, 256 cache, Ultra-DMA) for $119. Are they any good? Is there something better? I want to put it on a 300a/BH6/64mb/TnT system. All help is appreciated!
January 15th, 1999, 07:20 AM
Fujitsus aren't speed demons but are very reliable, and the company's warranty service is also top notch. Fujitsu has been building hard drives longer than even Seagate.
January 20th, 1999, 06:56 AM
For about $125 or less, you can get a MAXTOR 4.3GB HDD. I highly recommend MAXTOR - have had great luck with them. I would stay away from Fujitsu and Seagate. Western Digital is another good choice.
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