Well...I would notice
As one who has had PATA 5400 and 7200 drives employed at the same time, doing file transfers...the transfer will be a bit slower than if you had 2 7200 drives.
I used to buy 5400 drives all the time because they were significantly cheaper and served the storage function well...but there's no reason to even consider a 5400 drive today, unless it's a laptop.
In fact, if I were buying a hard drive this moment...it would be a SATA drive of some sort. If I didn't have SATA capability on my motherboard, I would simply buy a SATA controller card and throw it in a PCI slot...and use SATA hard drives.
How To Choose A Hard Drive, http://www.directron.com/howtochoosha.html
FWIW: The drive in your link is a SATA drive. Depending on your motherboard or system, you may not be able to directly connect such to your motherboard. Someone could give you a good answer...if you provided that info (system/motherboard manufacturer and model of same).
Edited by hamluis, 02 March 2009 - 04:06 PM.