Disks these days are pretty good at hiding bad sectors from the host. If it gets bad enough that the OS starts seeing bad data then the drive is probably on it's last legs and will soon fail completely. In any case monitoring the SMART logs will usually catch a drive that is gradually degrading without the frustrating fsck delays.
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