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Hd Help- What Type Is Compatible With Mb


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#1 Jat_the_Hero

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Posted 09 April 2006 - 02:36 AM

im in the process of building my first pc and need some help choosing a HD thats compatible with a ASUS A8N5X ATX AMD Motherboard. Right now i know SATA2 HD are not compatible but im unsure about what will work. Can any one tell me what HD is good to buy on newegg? im looking for an 80GB HD and im on about a $70 budget.

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Posted 09 April 2006 - 03:38 AM

Both SATA and PATA (IDE) is compatible with it.
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Posted 09 April 2006 - 08:59 AM

Well, you already know your budget and were you're buying it from so that leads you here.
My personal preference is Western Digital first, Seagate Second. Longer warranty on the Seagate though.
Things to consider:
Average Seek Time: = Lower the number, the better
Average Write Time: = Lower the number, the better
Cache: = Higher the number, the better.
Don't forget to include the $5.00 shipping in the price.
Have fun on that build. :thumbsup:




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