500GB Samsung HD502IJ Spinpoint F1 + Xigmatek HDC-D801 Aluminum 3.5" HDD Cooler with 80mm Quiet Fan £43.18 Delivered - HotUKDeals
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500 GB Samsung HD502IJ Spinpoint F1, SATA 300, 7200 rpm, 16MB Cache, 8.9 ms, NCQ
+ Xigmatek HDC-D801 Aluminum 3.5" HDD Cooler with 80mm Quiet Fan

Also there have the 1000GB Samsung HD103UJ Spinpoint F1, SATA 300, 7200 rpm, 32MB Cache, 8.9 ms, NCQ + Xigmatek HDC-D801 Aluminum 3.5" HDD Cooler with 80mm Quiet Fan for £91.64

Free delivery if you have an account for that (see AV forums offer etc.)
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#1
Decent price for 500gb of storage, can't believe how much prices have fallen in recent months ......

BUT

I think the AV forums free delivery has been stopped. I tried to make an order the other day and postage was not deducted at checkout. I voted with my feet and ordered at Ebuyer instead :p
#2
Thanks, just ordered one.
#3
great find
#4
Shows as free postage for me. Free postage stopped if you havent joined. Unfortunately I bought the 750gb one from Novatech yesteday for 59 quid :(
#5
ermm join up with Hexus forums ladies and gentlemen..

Think it's scan and hexus forums that give you free delivery.
banned#6
Yes - apparently only 20 spamless posts needed... which isn't a lot on a good forum like hexus.
#7
Does the cooler give this an outer case so you can use it as external disk
#8
father murphy
Yes - apparently only 20 spamless posts needed... which isn't a lot on a good forum like hexus.


Yes it's reasonable good idea to join up before they increase it to 100 posts.

see you there :)

See a lot of you there too.
#9
Umm - I'm looking for an additional HD between 500- 750 gb depending on the price.

Cheapest I can find is £54 for a 750GB seagate from Aria. Scan's 750gb Samsung is tempting when it eventually goes comes back into stock @ about £60. I'm a bit hesitant about a Samsung drive though as there seems to be significant feedback about Spinpoint drives dying. To me slight differences in access speed and the cache size are secondary to reliability. The seagate 5yr guarantee may sway me in the end.
#10
I've had bad experience with my Samsung, WD all the way for me:
http://www.scan.co.uk/Product.aspx?WebProductId=530765
#11
Seagate and Maxtor are not what they used to be since production moved to China, too much heat and noise imho. WD still made in Thailand/Malaysia/Singapore
#12
More expensive, but then YPFWYG in my experience and an extra tenner V loss of data and messing about with a replacement isn't necessarily a greater expense.

Thanks
#13
I've had 4 Samsung 500Gb drives in a RAID array for about 18 months now. I've had 3 die including one of the replacements.

Thankfully because its RAID I haven't lost any data and the warranty service has been excellent:

1. fill in online claim with serial, send in drive on day #1,
2. drive arrives and replacement sent out on day #2,
3. new drive received on day #3.

This is Samsung warranty by the way, not the retailer.

However when I upgrade to 4 x 1TB drives I think I'll be going with Seagate...
#14
i got one of these in the post today as a replacement for another one which went bad after 2 months. GUess what? its dead to the world. I will never buy samsung again
#15
redondo5
Does the cooler give this an outer case so you can use it as external disk


No, its one of these:

http://www.scan.co.uk/Images/Products/700903-a.jpg
#16
Shame about Samsung's HDD rep having seemingly gone pear shaped. I have 4 Samsung drives and have never had any problems and all are now over 4 years old..must be something to do with the more recent models and increased production to satisfy demand.
Just to mention how impressed I am with Scan....requested a RMA on Monday 7 July which was actioned within the hour, returned failed USB stick the same day and received a replacement this morning.
#17
currychops
Shame about Samsung's HDD rep having seemingly gone pear shaped. I have 4 Samsung drives and have never had any problems and all are now over 4 years old..must be something to do with the more recent models and increased production to satisfy demand.
Just to mention how impressed I am with Scan....requested a RMA on Monday 7 July which was actioned within the hour, returned failed USB stick the same day and received a replacement this morning.


Im not sure how the quality like on the new Samsung F1 model, but there really quiet and faster than other brands standard sata hard drives. I like my PC silent :whistling:

Scan prices are really competitive against ebuyer cheap prices, especially if your a member with the free delivery offer. Although I still prefer ebuyer with RMA becase if postage cost more than £5 to send the faulty item ebuyer will arrange a courier to collect for free as long as it faulty with warrenty of course:p
#18
Agree that my samsung drives are quieter and quicker than others and have had no problems.
#19
Will never buy Seagate again... had 3 consecutive drives die within months of replacement. Had major issues with Maxtor, too. I'd love to trust Samsung, but can't risk it. WD for me every time! :)
#20
I've had this hdd for about 5 months now and It's just started playing up :(
Keeps freezing and beeping of late.
banned#21
mint...hot brah
#22
What's happened with Samsung reliability lately ? All I seem to hear about on computer forums is Samsungs failing. I would definitely steer clear at the moment. In fact I did, recently bought a Western Digital 640gb drive to add to my collection of WD's.
#23
Pretty good,
but get the 1TB version for around £85-£90
:)
#24
Samsung are ace Samsung are bobbins Get A WD Don't touch Maxtor...

My head... It melteth!!!

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