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This 160GB Maxtor SATA Hard Drive 7200rpm 8MB cache Retail Box. with Cables included is £35.53 delivered from Microdirect.

Description: Maxtor DiamondMax hard drives are ideal for entry and mainstream home and office PC applications and an excellent solution for integrators and system builders. If you are building mainstream ATA storage solutions, there is a DiamondMax drive that is just right for you and your budget. The DiamondMax family of drives provides the right combination of capacity and performance with reliability and value for entry-level PCs, home desktop PCs, business desktop PCs, non-traditional ATA storage applications and external storage.
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[SIZE=1]Hard Drive[/SIZE]

Form Factor - 3.5"
Capacity - 160 GB
Interface - Serial ATA-150
Buffer Size - 8 MB
Features - Fluid Dynamic Bearing (FDB) motor

[SIZE=1]Performance[/SIZE]

Drive Transfer Rate - 150 MBps (external)
Seek Time - 9.3 ms (average)
Spindle Speed - 7200 rpm

[SIZE=1]Expansion / Connectivity[/SIZE]

Interfaces - 1 x Serial ATA-150 - 7 pin Serial ATA Compatible Bays - 1 x internal - 3.5"

[SIZE=1]Miscellaneous[/SIZE]

Cables Included - 1 x Serial ATA cable Mounting Kit - Included
Compliant Standards - CE Package Type - Retail

[SIZE=1]Software / System Requirements[/SIZE]

Software Included - MaxBlast
OS Required - Apple MacOS 8.6 or later, Microsoft Windows 98 Second Edition / Windows ME, Apple MacOS X 10.1 or later, Microsoft Windows 2000 SP3 or later, Microsoft Windows XP SP1 or later

[SIZE=1]Manufacturer Warranty[/SIZE]
Service & Support - 2 years warranty
Service & Support Details - Limited warranty - 2 years
#2
Thanks for this Cat :)
#3
Maxtor... you ll get bad sectors within a few months :whistling:
#4
Should point out it's only a SATA 1 drive hence price - unless you have a really old mobo would probably be better off with a SATA II drive which you can get for about £40 delivered. :)
banned#5
smokedog
Maxtor... you ll get bad sectors within a few months :whistling:


Probably in the old days, but Seagate have owned Maxtor since the end of 2005 :p
#6
LongDongDave
Probably in the old days, but Seagate have owned Maxtor since the end of 2005 :p


I didnt know that! You learn something new every day! Saying that ive got a 3 year old maxtor 120 in my xbox and thats still going strong! But seagate are good ive got three x 250gigs in my pc and they seem faster than any others ive had!
#7
This isn't such a great deal considering that 250Gb drives generally have a much better price/gigabyte.

A 250GB drive at the same price/GB as this one would cost £55. There are plenty of 250GB SATA-II drives around that will ship for less than that.

e.g. this one from Ebuyer (get free delivery by adding something cheap like a usb-key to bring your order up to £50).
or this from lowestonweb (£47.92 delivered).

EDIT: In fact, you should have posted the 250GB Maxtor drive at Microdirect. It is much better value for money.
#8
LongDongDave
Probably in the old days, but Seagate have owned Maxtor since the end of 2005 :p


yeah in name only, maxtor are still manufacturing their own maxtor branded crap, seagate just bought them to gain market share.

i've had 6 out of 6 80gb versions of these fail within one year - including one replacement.
#9
In the late 90's and early 2000's I had a run of bad luck with Maxtors where I worked

but in my home machine I've had a Maxtor 80gb (it even had a mechanical click from day one) for just over three years with no other problems and it is running between 12-16 hours a day

so I would say Maxtor are far, far better than they ever were

saying that though, the link a couple posts up for the sataII 250gb Maxtor is a better deal than this one :)

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