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1Tb Hitachi Deskstar SATA-2 Hard Drive now only £59.69 delivered @ Aria Tech

£59.69 @ Aria PC
Yet another price drop on 1TB drives! The Deskstar 7K1000.B hard drive provides an exceptional blend of power efficiency and performance making it an ideal solution for power-friendly consumer and … Read More
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7y, 10m agoFound 7 years, 10 months ago
Yet another price drop on 1TB drives!

The Deskstar 7K1000.B hard drive provides an exceptional blend of power efficiency and performance making it an ideal solution for power-friendly consumer and commercial PCs. Leveraging seventh-generation power management technology as well as power-saving innovations pioneered on the popular 2.5-inch line of notebook hard drives from Hitachi, this new breed of desktop drive delivers best-in-class power management and thermal emissions, while maintaining high standards of performance.
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#2
£65.53 at Novatech delivered!
#3
loopie;5370147
£65.53 at Novatech delivered!

Not if you change the delivery to FREE... what is it with people not looking!
#4
These have earned thier nickname of IBM DeathStar. Avoid Avoid Avoid!
#5
joylove;5370276
These have earned thier nickname of IBM DeathStar. Avoid Avoid Avoid!

Yeah... when they were IBM many many moons ago - we are talking 6 years now.
suspended#6
joylove
These have earned thier nickname of IBM DeathStar. Avoid Avoid Avoid!


Sorry but that was many years ago, hitachi drives are now one of the best drives. They are seriously under looked when compared to WD and samsung, both great drives but these hitachis are quieter and quicker !.

Voted cold though since it is cheaper at novatech and i prefer them :).
#7
Hudson92;5370363
Sorry but that was many years ago, hitachi drives are now one of the best drives. They are seriously under looked when compared to WD and samsung, both great drives but these hitachis are quieter and quicker !.

Voted cold though since it is cheaper at novatech and i prefer them :).

Spot on. :thumbsup:
#8
joylove
These have earned thier nickname of IBM DeathStar. Avoid Avoid Avoid!


I knew someone would say that, lol

Out of curiosity have you had a personal experience or just heard about it?

EDIT: These are only £60 delivered from SCAN if you have an AVForums account :)
suspended#9
are these really faster and more reliable than Samsung, WD or any other brand?
#10
I remember reading an article over at the tom's hardware site and the Hitachi drives came out tops overall so they must be fairly good :)
#11
benwoodcock
are these really faster and more reliable than Samsung, WD or any other brand?


nope
suspended#12
benwoodcock
are these really faster and more reliable than Samsung, WD or any other brand?


It seems they are, my friend needs a good fast hard drive for photo editing or some computer aided design work and his hitachi drive (1tb or 640gb) performs better than his WD and samsung f1. Reliability is about the same for every companies drive, this isnt worse and his hasnt failed yet after nearly 2 years so all good so far.
#13
sparkygeezer
I knew someone would say that, lol

Out of curiosity have you had a personal experience or just heard about it?

EDIT: These are only £60 delivered from SCAN if you have an AVForums account :)


Yes I have, I had factory fitted 3.5" Deskstar and 2.5" Travelstar both failed catastrophically and amost overnight in around 13-15 months. I have WD drives that were bought before them and are still going strong after several years.
#14
Just bought this, tried to save a pound by getting it from the novatech site but it would'nt go through, something up with the servers as it just sits there indefinately after clicking confirm order.

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