I would not suggest that you use either of those pipes.
The problem with the pipe with ½” holes is that any rock up to ½” diameter can get into your pipe and over time those pipes usually get backed up with sand and gravel.
In addition to solid pipe and pipe with holes the corrugated Polyethylene is also made as a slotted pipe. The slotted pipe has small slots about 1/16” wide and ½” long continuously along the wall of the corrugation. This type of pipe actually has more open cross sectional area to allow water to enter than what the type with holes does, but because the slots are only 1/16” wide it will not permit pebbles to get into your pipe so there is far less risk of the pipe being blocked up by silt, sand, pebbles or other debris.
Your local home supply store may or may not have the slotted pipe. Personally I would suggest you check out a local agricultural supply center such as TSC (Tractor Supply Company), Agway, or Farm Bureau Store first because the slotted pipe is commonly used as drainage tile in large agricultural fields and generally they have a much cheaper price on the pipe.
At the farm supply you will commonly find the pipe in 35’, 50’, 100’, 250’ and by special order sometimes they have 500’ rolls.
The corrugated pipe is much easier to lay than PVC because being flexible it will tolerate a trench that may not be exactly straight.
In regards to strength, with as little as a 24” burial the corrugated pipe will routinely tolerate operating heavy farm equipment that weighs in excess of 10 tons over it so I doubt that you would have any need to worry about the pipe collapsing under home use.
I am attaching a link to TSC (Tractor Supply Company)
They have a store locator on their home page and you can browse there catalog to see their pricing.
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