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Seagate announces larger Barracuda drives.

Seagate announced a new, larger Barracuda V series of hard drives. Using the same technology that made the Barracuda IV series so popular with quiet PC enthusiasts, these new drives will support 60GB per platter and support Serial ATA in addition to “regular” ATA. In addition, the Serial ATA drives, expected to ship later this month, will offer an 8MB cache, which should make for a nice increase in performance on these 7,200RPM drives.

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