suggest that Seagate and/or Quantum hard drives are faster than
wLight digital cameras) originally used primarily IBM hard drives
for his high end large format digital camera systems. Then Quantum
came out with some new models that were faster than the IBM drives
of the same rating. So now pro photographers at the high end use
FLAAR offices are primarily equipped with Seagate drives, originally
Barracudas and now primarily the faster Cheetahs. We would test
and review Quantum drives but our almost 100 Gigs of storage happen
to be all Seagate.
prefer and recommend the new Ultra2 flavor of SCSI.
6GB Seagate hardrive
SCSI (without the 2) are still around, but are slower. To move up
to Ultra2 you need to buy the Ultra2 Adapter card.
can select from Adaptec or Atto SCSI adapter cards. Consider a dual
channel card from Atto. Ask your dealer, since they are experts
in SCSI cards, cables, SCSI chains, resolving SCSI conflicts, and
on providing fast hard drives.
above, 36 GB hard drive. This is an IBM drive so we can test how
it compares with Seagate and Quantum. We used to get drives from
a variety of dealers but found it was more economical to get them
all at one place.
require a mail order company to be honest, reliable, to have been
in business already several years, and to be strong enough to stay
in business deep into the coming new millennium.
surcharge for credit card, polite refunds, and super low prices.
Don't go on the Internet to a fly-by-night quickie dealer. They
will not be around to repair your drive four years later! You should
get a several year guarantee. For these reasons we recommend MegaHaus
as the place to buy your hard drives, CD-RW,CD-R, and DVD drives
and burners. e-mail: email@example.com
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