Originally Posted by Halcyon
I vote for none. I have heard bad things about Samsung drives.
My current drive which I've been running for about 3 years now is a Samsung. It replaced two Western Digital drives that died for seemingly no reason.
It is an IDE drive though, not SATA, and it's so far the best drive I've had.
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Originally Posted by alferret
I am in agreement with most of the above, WD are by far the better manufacturer of HDD's and if by chance you do get a fail their RMA is very very painless.
True, but I filled in the RMA from their web site for both my failed WD drives and they wanted me to send them to Germany. Not really worth the cost, when I could buy new ones (more capacity as well) for the same price as sending the old ones away.