With my Nintendo Wii being broken and needing repair and my hard drive needs being near critical, I have decided to forgo getting an SSD drive in exchange for a much cheaper (and much larger capacity) hard disk drive. Using my same pool of blog earnings I spent $85 on it to get the Nintendo Wii shipped back for repair and the rest I spent on a 1 TB Seagate Barracuda 7200 RPM drive with 32mb cache.

I installed it in a flash and now have 900GB of free room and it makes it much easier to move files around and structure my system, it is hard to believe that I had 30+ GB of home movies stored on my hard drive, I should have them converted to DVD so I can free up the drive space.

I know you can get 1 TB Drives cheaper than $119.99 but I wanted to buy it from a local store in case something was wrong with the drive, and I didn’t want to pay for shipping, but still paying just over 11 cents per GB is incredible in my opinion and a great deal, plus my 7200 RPM Barracuda is faster than my current 5400 RPM Maxtor and should have better performance.

In the end I decided getting the Wii repaired and a larger capacity but slower drive than the Solid State Disk I originally wanted was the best choice, I had also heard there were all sorts of performance woes and such with the SSD drives which are so cutting edge, that really you need Windows 7 to support them the way they were meant to be supported.

-Dragon Blogger

Justin Germino
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