Hard Drive Head-2-Head (Seagate Sata2 320GB vs. Western Digital Sata 2 320GB)Former staff writer - November 27, 2006
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.