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    How to tell my drives?

    Ok, I have 2 old hardrives I wanna use as storage bins for music and movies on a new computer I hope to build, but I wanna know if its worth it, AKA: if they are really slow in RPMs or something else. I wanna know if there is a program that can tell me about my hardrives, like CPU-Z for hardrives... I have tried looking up the model #s but that didn't work too well cause of their age.

    Thanks in advance!
    Matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neffirithion
    Ok, I have 2 old hardrives I wanna use as storage bins for music and movies on a new computer I hope to build, but I wanna know if its worth it, AKA: if they are really slow in RPMs or something else. I wanna know if there is a program that can tell me about my hardrives, like CPU-Z for hardrives... I have tried looking up the model #s but that didn't work too well cause of their age.

    Thanks in advance!
    Matt
    HDtach. That will tell you the speed they are performing at. Google hdtach.

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    Senior Member Know Nuttin's Avatar
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    Post the model numbers here. There's a wealth of knowledge in this forums regarding hard drives, and I'm sure someone will come up with spec's.
    AMD Phenom II X4 965BE, Asus M5A88-V Evo, 8GB Mushkin Blackline DDR3-1600 , Coolermaster Hyper212+, OCZ Vertex Plus 60GB, Seagate 7200.11 500GB, Antec EA-380
    Lenovo X200, P8400 C2D, 8GB, 120GB OCZ Vertex 3.

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