When playing games, will a 80 GB 5400 rpm harddrive perform that much differently than a 60 GB 7200 rpm harddrive? Exactly what differences might I notice when playing a game? Lastly, if you bought a laptop for gaming and you could either have it now with the 80 GB 5400 rpm drive or in 2 to 3 months with the 60 GB 7200 rpm drive, which would you choose? (Assume that you don't currently have a laptop and that you don't NEED one immediately for business purposes--you'd just like to play games ASAP).
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4/7/05 at 5:41pm