[技術討論] 死左notebook hardisk,想問問有邊隻牌子平靚正推薦?

死左notebook hardisk,想問問有邊隻牌子平靚正推薦?

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要快就SSD?

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轉SSD

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本帖最後由 anon893 於 2017-3-10 15:00 編輯
原來有測試
wahaha118 發表於 2017-3-10 02:18 PM

That's on 3.5" desktop models
But you said you want a 2.5" replacement

Don't have much choice for sure if you venture into traditional HDD
Can only think of Scorpio Black (WD10JPLX) or HGST 7k1000 (7x24 model)
Pretty much the same thing inside except the latter features better motor for durability
Price ranges from $510 to $580, $4xx for HGST non-7x24 model

OTOH for SSD alternative I can only think of SU900 or better, but they cost a fortune

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轉s S D,要多插支U S B/S D card

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自己用就買ssd,  公司就通常harddisk.

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That's on 3.5" desktop models
But you said you want a 2.5" replacement

Don't have much choice for sure if you venture into traditional HDD
Can only think of Scorpio Black (WD10JPLX) or HGST 7k1000 (7x24 model)
Pretty much the same thing inside except the latter features better motor for durability
Price ranges from $510 to $580, $4xx for HGST non-7x24 model

OTOH for SSD alternative I can only think of SU900 or better, but they cost a fortune
anon893 發表於 2017-3-10 14:58


Hmm...a computer shop owner told me that using a 7200rpm hdd on laptop is not a good idea (it dies quickly...).  It seems 5400rpm drives are more appropriate ... what do you say?

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本帖最後由 harryytm 於 2017-3-15 21:15 編輯
Hmm...a computer shop owner told me that using a 7200rpm hdd on laptop is not a good idea (it dies ...
pc1668 發表於 2017-3-15 21:04

SSD is clearly a better choice because HDD can be damage by any vibration, but SSD do not due to there is no moving parts inside a SSD.

You don't need to buy a very expensive SSD, a 256GB SSD should be sufficient for laptop computer.

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SSD is clearly a better choice because HDD can be damage by any vibration, but SSD do not due to there is no moving parts inside a SSD.

You don't need to buy a very expensive SSD, a 256GB SSD should be sufficient for laptop computer.
harryytm 發表於 2017-3-15 21:12


Sure SSD is the most popular choice for nowadays laptops.  However, it seems the thread was talking about HDD (not SSD), may be it was for the sake of storage capacity.  Regarding HDD options, there might be a chance that 5400rpm is more durable than 7200rpm when being used on laptops.

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