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320 GB Seagate Barracuda® £64.61 Inc VAT

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1d, 4m agoFound 1 decade, 4 months ago
320 GB Seagate Barracuda® ATA100 7200rpm 16MB cache oem (Manufacturer's 5yr Warranty)

Product Description Seagate Barracuda 7200.10 - hard drive - 320 GB - ATA-100 * Type Hard drive - internal * Form Factor 3.5" x 1/3H * Dimensions (WxDxH) 10.2 cm x 14.7 cm x 2.6 cm * Weight 0.6 kg * Capacity 320 GB * Interface Type ATA-100 * Connector 40 PIN IDC * Data Transfer Rate 100 MBps * Spindle Speed 7200 rpm * Buffer Size 16 MB * Manufacturer Warranty 5 years warranty * tockcode HAR320SEAID7216 * Manufacturer Seagate * Last Updated 29/06/2006 14:50:30 * Manufacturer Code ST3320620A

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#1
Hi Steve. Thanks for the deal. When posting a deal, please include delivery charges as well, which would bring this up to £70.48 in this case.
#2
Good drives these and that price looks good too. 5 yr warranty shows that Seagate are confident that it won't break.
#3
LOL what a coincidence!


Just bought this hard drive yesterday from MicroDirect.co.uk

Got dispatched yester at 7pm, should come later on today!
#4
a WD3200JB Caviar 320GB 8MB Cache is £70.28 deliveried from ebuyer.

http://www.ebuyer.com/customer/products/index.html?action=c2hvd19wcm9kdWN0X292ZXJ2aWV3&product_uid=95681

has a 3 year warrenty but the seasgate ofer is still better because of the 16MB Cache but the Cache is not entirely required to be that fast for normal users of computers
#5
Nice find :) Thanks for this!

Ravster, thanks for the feedback, let us know how good their delivery is please ;)
#6
[SIZE=2]I usually prefer the Western Digital the.capt, although I wouldn't mind this Seagate :)[/SIZE]
#7
Looks like an IDE drive though, thought ATA was SATA?
#8
No ATA is PATA [parallel] IDE and SATA is serial.
#9
The drive just arrived about 30mins ago, nicely packaged.

Chose next delivery for around £8. Pretty good as it only got dispacthed yesterday at 7.38pm.
#10
Hi Rayman. Ive just bought one of these and had it delivred. Only to find out it looks like i need a sata drive for my pc. medion MD 8800. You sound like you have a technical understanding of these things. Do you know if there is anyway this drive will work in my pc?

tia pixel:thumbsup:

rayman
No ATA is PATA [parallel] IDE and SATA is serial.
#11
[SIZE=2][COLOR=navy]You might find[/COLOR] [COLOR=blue]this webpage[/COLOR] [COLOR=navy]useful for understanding the difference between the two. I think it is possible to use a PATA drive in a SATA computer. But you would lose one of your DVD/CD ROM drive 40 pin IDE connections. Hard drive as master, CD/DVD ROM drive as slave.[/COLOR][/SIZE]


[SIZE=2][COLOR=navy]Sorry I only just got round to this by the way. I'm sure there are lots of people here with a lot more knowledge on this than I have and will let you know for certain whether it's correct[/COLOR] :)[/SIZE]
#12
Hi Rayman. Thanks for your reply and your insight. most appreciated. I have managed to return the drive already and will be getting one of the sata 2 drive & connector from microdirect.

pixel:grin:

rayman
[SIZE=2][COLOR=navy]You might find[/COLOR] [COLOR=blue]this webpage[/COLOR] [COLOR=navy]useful for understanding the difference between the two. I think it is possible to use a PATA drive in a SATA computer. But you would lose one of your DVD/CD ROM drive 40 pin IDE connections. Hard drive as master, CD/DVD ROM drive as slave.[/COLOR][/SIZE]


[SIZE=2][COLOR=navy]Sorry I only just got round to this by the way. I'm sure there are lots of people here with a lot more knowledge on this than I have and will let you know for certain whether it's correct[/COLOR] :)[/SIZE]
#13
pixelpidgeon
Hi Rayman. Thanks for your reply and your insight. most appreciated. I have managed to return the drive already and will be getting one of the sata 2 drive & connector from microdirect.

pixel:grin:
Great :) It's best to stick the better and more appropriate bits and pieces ;)

Let us know how you get on with the SATA drive please!

Thanks for the feeback on MicroDirect Ravster :pirate:

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