Best 80,120,160,200 GB HDD??

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    i am looking to buy a HDD .Can u plz give details of best HDD and their prices...
     
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    buy 200 GB HDD Seagte Company.....

    cheap n Best

    Price 3850 /- ( In Hyd )

    SATA 7200 RPM..

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    what is the serial no.. of that HDD like ST...
     
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    hard disks
    Samsung

    non-sata
    40 Gb 1850
    80 Gb 2300
    120 Gb 3100
    160 Gb 3350
    200 Gb 4100
    SATA
    40 Gb 2150
    80 Gb 2470
    120 Gb 3550
    160 Gb 3750
    200 Gb 4100
    Seagate[/b]
    non-sata

    40 Gb 1850
    80 Gb 2200
    120 Gb 3200
    160 Gb 3350
    200 Gb 4100
    sata

    40 Gb 2200
    80 Gb 2400
    120 Gb 3550
    160 Gb 3750
    200 Gb 4100



    NOTE:all prices are appox only in mumbai
     
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    You can buy either Seagate or Western Digital harddisks.
    Go for 80 or 120 GB atleast. By the way you have not
    mentioned what your motherboard supports? Check if
    your motherboard supports SATA , otherwise you
    should go for PATA.
     
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    yes my motherboard supports SATA..
    Plz mention the serial no of HDs so that i can buy the correct product..
     
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