it's a pretty warm deal. you see 2tb ext drives going for $70 pretty often nowadays.
external hard drives tend to always get bad reviews. I think most of the problems are from the enclosure's power supply or usually from the SHOCK because ext harddrives are meant to be moved around a lot. Normally when an ext hard drive stop working, the HD inside should still be functional.
E6750 @ 3400 MHz (425 x 8) @ 1.36 V
4 x 1GB Crucial Ballistix 6400 pc6400 @ 510 Mhz & 5-5-5-15 @ 2.1 V
Gigabyte GA-P35-DS3R (rev 1.0)
EVGA 8800GT Superclocked 512MB @ 720/1800/975 (1950 Mhz effective)
X-Fi Xtrememusic 7.1
OCZ StealthXtreme 600W
ANTEC Nine Hundred Case
Windows XP Pro SP2 32-bit & Vista Ultimate 32-bit dual boot
I would buy 2 1Tb than 1 2Tb.
reason is , if this fails, we will lose entire 2TB,
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