Originally Posted by DanishDevil
Nope, the WD Greenpower series runs "5400-7200RPM" and each drive apparantly has been tuned to its own unique RPM to minimize noise and vibrations. That is bollocks, and they're all basically 5400RPM drives.
Greenpower is supposed to be very low energy consuming, very quiet, and very cool running, and they do that well. Perfect for file storage.
If you want the best of both worlds (silence, low temps, and performance) get a Caviar Blue, which are 7200RPM. WD Caviar Blacks are performance drives at 7200RPM, and then you have the Raptors and Velociraptors which are enthusiast at 10kRPM.
As far as the OP's question, I've got no idea.
mmmmmmm, interesting so the green one good for offices pc's