I agree with @spice house
. You will find far more insight in NewEgg pages.
However, there is one thing that caught my attention from the specs that have been posted here. A lot of people are using Raid 0 for their HD's. If that's for a working computer, where you put valuable files in those HD's, then RAID 0 IS A BIG NO NO tutt.
The reason for this is that data is striped amongst 2 or more drives, but with no redundancy, so any small failure, in ANY of the drives, means your whole array will fail, and you will most certainly loss all your data.
MTTF (group)= MTTF (disk)/number of drives, so the failure probability of the array INCREASES with the number of disks in Raid 0 configuration.
So, unless you use another type of Raid array, or do backups regularly, or something similar, I suggest you not use Raid 0.