$90 for external harddisk frm hitachi counted cheap?


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satay16

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of course. an external 1TB harddisk from buffalo cost like 1k. 90 bucks is so cheap........

.........assuming that's the hardisk you got. ;p
 

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Well I got a 120GB Seagate (slightly more expensive than Hitachi, about $3 to $4 at most) together with a Coolermaster X-craft casing a while back from Fuwell for $150. If it helps anything.

Hitachi is a good hard disk brand..

Why don't you just check out HWZ's SLS Price List? Can browse and compare SLS prices from home.
 

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Well I got a 120GB Seagate (slightly more expensive than Hitachi, about $3 to $4 at most) together with a Coolermaster X-craft casing a while back from Fuwell for $150. If it helps anything.

Hitachi is a good hard disk brand..

Why don't you just check out HWZ's SLS Price List? Can browse and compare SLS prices from home.
OT abit. Any problems with the Coolermaster X-craft? When I try to use 2 of them together in a daisy chain, both will fail to show up. However, if using 1 with another casing from a different brand is ok. I suspect these guys have heavier power requirements than most casings.
 

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OT abit. Any problems with the Coolermaster X-craft? When I try to use 2 of them together in a daisy chain, both will fail to show up. However, if using 1 with another casing from a different brand is ok. I suspect these guys have heavier power requirements than most casings.
No leh.

But the combination crashed once on me, luckily not much important stuff was lost. I suspect it's more of my puny laptop's fault instead of the hard disk.
 

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