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Discussion in 'Computers & Technology' started by TheRemz, Oct 30, 2016.


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    What do you think is the nest brand of harddrive external that you can buy on a budget. i currently have a Seagate 1tb 4 years strong now
     

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    would you swap your woman who has been faithful to you for 4 years with a dutty crotch whore?
     
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    I've stuck with seagate and western digital if your talking mechanical drives. if SSD, Samsung all the way.
     

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    WD is also good
     

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    using seagate.
     

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    Western Digital is good, I have it on my NAS and servers :) Red if you planning to buy black or blue is only for Desktops
     

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    Western Digital
     

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    I've been using WD for years, Best Buy currently has a sale $65 for a 2TB. I've had problems with Seagate drives in the past.
     
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    Western digital
     

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    Western digital, very stable.

    western digital (My passport)
     
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    i like seagate or toshiba hdd use alot of WD aswell
     

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    WD & Seagate are good
     

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    WD Digital and Seagate both have great HDDs. But buy a Samsung if you want a SSD
     

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    WD is very good!
     

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    Western Digital is very good indeed ;)
     

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    I trust Seagate the most, lost all my music with a WD
     

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    I remember back in the days we used to run down the Maxtor. I lost all my music with a seagate. Loving the Western Digital right now
     

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    Well i would say Western Digital or Seagate i have both and still works great but My old WD hard drive crashed on me and i lost everything years ago. But i have about 5 hard drives now for back up so if it ever happens again i have another hard drive with my stuff as a back up. I recommend you having more than one hard drive
     

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