- Temperature testing against the two hard drives yielded a minimal difference; no overheating will occur with a 7200 rpm drive, ostensibly.
- Installing demos after downloading off the PSN had an average of ten seconds shaved off due to the higher rpm drive, except that Tony Hawk demo, with destroyed over forty seconds of install time. Impressive.
- Loading games generally yielded minimal results, unless you consider 2 seconds of load time a big deal.
7200 rpm HDD may increase your PS3's performance
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