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Thread: Multiple Harddrives




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    Default Multiple Harddrives

    Whats the point to having mutiple harddrives is it better to have 2 seperate 80G then a single 160G??

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    Default Re: Multiple Harddrives

    I have 2 hdds, one I use for all data back ups in case the main drive physically fails. Is it better? well thats a personal choice call, I have a 120gig with the OS on it, and a 40gig partitioned into 2 x 20gig, one 20gig I use for back up of OS stuff, the other has all my music etc on it.
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    Default Re: Multiple Harddrives

    Brennan, please take note of the forum titles and use the proper one. It makes it much easier for us to help out.

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    Default Re: Multiple Harddrives

    i use 5 hard drives, 2x120gbs, 2x160gbs and a 80gb...having more hard drives gives u a wider spread of failure, instead of being hit by losing 250gb i could only lose 80 or 120...
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