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Difference in RPM with HDD write/read speeds?

SAS drives are (still I believe) used in the enterprise quite a bit. They are used for fast file access on servers at a lower cost than an enterprise SSD.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I am currently looking at parts for my PC I wish to build, and I came across a 10025 RPM HDD. This sparks a question for me, in what case would someone need a HDD of that speed? And are there any benefits that justify the $300 cost for a 450 Gb 10025 RPM HDD? 

https://pcpartpicker.com/product/zsR48d/toshiba-internal-hard-drive-mbf245lrc


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probably someone who does stuff with big files sizes 


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Just now, Legendarypoet said:

That's an SAS enterprise drive. You couldn't use that w/o a proper controller.

Ah, Okay I did not realise this. But I must say, that is one fast drive....


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SAS drives are (still I believe) used in the enterprise quite a bit. They are used for fast file access on servers at a lower cost than an enterprise SSD.

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2 hours ago, BadluckBrian said:

Ah, Okay I did not realise this. But I must say, that is one fast drive....

Yeah I used to have a TON, but this was an older version of SAS before SSDs came out. Jumped on SSDs right away.

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