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4TB WD Green internal Hdd £106.99 sold by comtronics fulfilled by amazon

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#1
Sold by comtronics, fulfilled by Amazon. Free delivery available.
#2
good price
#4

Why, can you take the hdd out of the enclosure?
#5
good deal
#6

Is that a low heat green drive?
#7
JPS77
Why, can you take the hdd out of the enclosure?

You can, but it wouldn't do much good - the drive firmware is allegedly crippled and doesn't support AHCI.
#8
Razor_777

Is that a low heat green drive?

Does it matter? It's obviously designed to run at safe temperatures in it's caddy and supports usb3 so will run just as fast as sata in yer case
#9
JPS77

Why, can you take the hdd out of the enclosure?

Would you really need to? USB3 will run it just as fast as internal SATA
#10
paulpso
JPS77

Why, can you take the hdd out of the enclosure?

Would you really need to? USB3 will run it just as fast as internal SATA
paulpso
Razor_777

Is that a low heat green drive?

Does it matter? It's obviously designed to run at safe temperatures in it's caddy and supports usb3 so will run just as fast as sata in yer case

Of course it matters, I'm looking for a high capacity replacement for my HD dune media player otherwise I wouldn't be asking. USB has nothing to do with it - stop making assumptions and defending your link.

Edited By: Razor_777 on Dec 20, 2014 19:31
#11

I think most people buying 4TB drives aren't just looking for £/GB, and this just isn't the same type of product
#12
Razor_777
paulpso
JPS77

Why, can you take the hdd out of the enclosure?

Would you really need to? USB3 will run it just as fast as internal SATA
paulpso
Razor_777

Is that a low heat green drive?

Does it matter? It's obviously designed to run at safe temperatures in it's caddy and supports usb3 so will run just as fast as sata in yer case

Of course it matters, I'm looking for a high capacity replacement for my HD dune media player otherwise I wouldn't be asking. USB has nothing to do with it - stop making assumptions and defending your link.

I think most folk are simply expanding their PCs storage, and don't really care much where the drive is. Besides, I'm not your mummy, you speak as if I'm telling you which you have to buy. Get what ever you want/need. No one cares.
#13
That's a lot of data to lose in one drive crash ;)

Edited By: cb-uk on Dec 21, 2014 05:46
#14
I use 4tb internal drives and each one is backed up to an external 4tb drive which is kept off site. Yes, a drive will likely fail at some point so I make sure I have a shadowing copy.
#15
paulpso
[quote=Razor_777]
I think most folk are simply expanding their PCs storage, and don't really care much where the drive is. Besides, I'm not your mummy, you speak as if I'm telling you which you have to buy. Get what ever you want/need. No one cares.

Yes you're right no cares, except you judging by the way you had to answer *everyone* else's question with a sarcastic comment. If you don't understand then don't answer an innocent question. The most amusing thing here is that the link you provided that you're so desperately defending isn't even your own. :lol:



Edited By: Razor_777 on Dec 21, 2014 09:15
#16
Razor_777
paulpso
[quote=Razor_777]
I think most folk are simply expanding their PCs storage, and don't really care much where the drive is. Besides, I'm not your mummy, you speak as if I'm telling you which you have to buy. Get what ever you want/need. No one cares.

Yes you're right no cares, except you judging by the way you had to answer *everyone* else's question with a sarcastic comment. If you don't understand then don't answer an innocent question. The most amusing thing here is that the link you provided that you're so desperately defending isn't even your own. :lol:


http://www.port-magazine.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/Boris-Johnson-walrus-yawn.jpg
1 Like #17
paulpso
Razor_777
paulpso
[quote=Razor_777]
I think most folk are simply expanding their PCs storage, and don't really care much where the drive is. Besides, I'm not your mummy, you speak as if I'm telling you which you have to buy. Get what ever you want/need. No one cares.

Yes you're right no cares, except you judging by the way you had to answer *everyone* else's question with a sarcastic comment. If you don't understand then don't answer an innocent question. The most amusing thing here is that the link you provided that you're so desperately defending isn't even your own. :lol:


http://www.port-magazine.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/Boris-Johnson-walrus-yawn.jpg

Oh don't cry princess.

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