Hitachi Deskstar 1TB Hard Drive - £36.99 + £4.18 Postage @ Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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previously posted, however as far i can tell all those are now expired

Cheap internal 1tb Hdd, cant go wrong

currently 632 in stock

as always with ebuyer its over £50 for free delivery, shame but still a good deal if you can fill the basket with other bits, or if you want 2tb

Product Description
The Deskstar 7K1000.C hard drive is a 7200 RPM 3.5-inch hard drive that provides an exceptional blend of power efficiency and performance, making it an ideal solution for powerfriendly consumer and commercial desktop computers. Leveraging eighth-generation power management technology, as well as power-saving HiVERT innovations pioneered on the popular 2.5-inch line of notebook hard drives from Hitachi, this desktop drive provides up to 18% idle power savings over the previous model, delivering best-in-class power management and thermal emissions.
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good deal. hot!

edit: shame on the delivery, but for the product, its a good price.

Edited By: rev6 on Mar 23, 2011 18:09
how does this compare to samsung f3?
how does this compare to samsung f3?

I vouch for F3 rather then this one.
Got one of this in 2009 and it is failing, checked the RMA on their website and they ask me to send it to USA (Got to be kidding me...) (and yeah they only allow you to return to country where you bought from)
Can't remember where I bought it from but it is definitely an import one :(
F3 is deffinately a quicker drive
2 people above must have been a little unlucky.

I've had 5 of these running in a RAID5 box for nearly 2 years, and all still silent and faultless.
They are also very energy efficient and stay fairly cool to touch.

Edited By: jukkie on Mar 25, 2011 15:47

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