Capacity wars have been going on for years in the magnetic storage hard drive arena. First, it was Hitachi with the 1 TB hard drive, then came Seagate with a 1.5 TB drive a couple of years ago, and then the capacity crown was snatched by Western Digital last year with an unprecedented 2.0 TB hard drive. This one was the first 2 TB drive with platters spinning at 7,200 RPM. Even though solid state storage is the storage standard to look out for, we have the predominant storage standard with towering capacities and plummeting prices. We have with us today the 2.0 TB juggernaut of data - WD Caviar Black WD2001FASS. The Black moniker means that this is tuned with performance in mind and is therefore aimed at the enthusiast and gamer community. Read on to find out how well this hard drive performed in our tests.