1TB (1,000GB) Samsung f3 HDD & 4Gb Corsair DDR3 DDR3 1600 £69.59 @ Scan - HotUKDeals
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#1
1TB not GB
#2
denejc
1TB not GB

Nope, 1 TiB. :p
#3
LOL, I must have slipped back into the 80's :)
I have 4 of the F3's. Love 'em. Fast & quiet.

Edited By: djfluff on Jan 31, 2011 16:54
#4
Nice deal. The price is good, but not much better than the separate items. And personally I would go for a 2TB 5400rpm disk now - you can never have enough space.
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MrPuddington
Nice deal. The price is good, but not much better than the separate items. And personally I would go for a 2TB 5400rpm disk now - you can never have enough space.
True, you can never have enough space, but having 2x 1tb drives gives you more options than a single 2tb drive. Like having one system drive and one for storage will speed things up, or having two separate drives for storage means you're less likely to lose all your data (if one drive fails you'll only lose the data on that drive - with a single 2tb drive, if it failed you'd lose everything). Then you've got RAID options - RAID0 for twice the speed, albeit at twice the risk of failure, or RAID1 for an automatic backup of everything. And these drives would be good for any of that.
#6
1 tb is 1024 gb :P
#7
Good deal RAM normally 40 has been 35 fir last week or so f3 40 fir a week or so.£5 saving plus free post with av forum. Bought along with Trupower 650w modular. My sandybridge set up is coming along nicely although seeing the recall news I may wait a while longer on getting CPU and motherboard!!!
#8
freezingnics
1 tb is 1024 gb :P


yeah, but realistically after you've plugged it in and it's installed it's drivers etc, you'll have around 1000gb
#9
what's up with the pic? Its cute!
#10
uzziedaman
freezingnics
1 tb is 1024 gb :P
yeah, but realistically after you've plugged it in and it's installed it's drivers etc, you'll have around 1000gb

931 gb ntfs 1,000,202,240,000 bytes

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Terabyte


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gigabyte#Consumer_confusion
#11
bargain, i have two of these in my system, one for windows one for pure storage, very reliable and fast,

but do i need another??? mmmmmmm
#12
unknown-singh
bargain, i have two of these in my system, one for windows one for pure storage, very reliable and fast,

but do i need another??? mmmmmmm

Yus. :p

Edited By: Arther on Feb 01, 2011 04:05
#13
got a link to the thumbnail picture?
#14
mus_ne
got a link to the thumbnail picture?

It's on http://www.icanhascheezburger.com . Sorry, at work now, so can't get the exact link ..
#15
they're fighting again who is right and who is wrong, who is bright and who is not, this is a deal website and not a university...is there a professor here...lol...
#16
reddragon105
MrPuddington
Nice deal. The price is good, but not much better than the separate items. And personally I would go for a 2TB 5400rpm disk now - you can never have enough space.
True, you can never have enough space, but having 2x 1tb drives gives you more options than a single 2tb drive. Like having one system drive and one for storage will speed things up, or having two separate drives for storage means you're less likely to lose all your data (if one drive fails you'll only lose the data on that drive - with a single 2tb drive, if it failed you'd lose everything). Then you've got RAID options - RAID0 for twice the speed, albeit at twice the risk of failure, or RAID1 for an automatic backup of everything. And these drives would be good for any of that.

I have 4 X 1Tb F3's attached to an onboard intel Matrix Raid controller. I have them configured so i have 1.5TB mirrored and a 1Tb Stripe :)

(the Matrix controller lets you do a mirror and a stripe using only 2 drives !)

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