Perhaps that is just the right category. I try nonetheless ...
Can we make a significant performance boost by moving from a 7,200 RPM (Seagate, WD, etc) up to a WD Raptor at 10,000 RPM?
It will serve as a system disk and since it is part expensive than in 7200 RPM, I would also like to make a quicker response on opening the programs and the like (loading of RAM). Is that something you observe?
Requires disk extra cooling and noise level in relation to a conventional 7200 RPM?