Hard Drive Head-2-Head (Seagate Sata2 320GB vs. Western Digital Sata 2 320GB)Former staff writer -
As we can see from the tests above, the Seagate wins in most of the tests. For the experienced or even novice computer techies, the Seagate would be a better choice. With a 5 year warranty, compared to the Western Digital’s 3 years, the Seagate comes in as slightly cheaper, though that may also depend on your supplier. But this, in my eyes, makes the Seagate a better overall drive. Longer warranty, cheaper, and slightly higher speeds give the Seagate an A+ in my books. So whether you are a gamer, performance nut, or an average user, this Seagate SATA2 16MB Cache drive is for you.