Samsung F4 EcoGreen 2TB 32MB 5400RPM 3.5 inch SATA-II Internal Hard Drive - £72.98 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Samsung F4 SATA-II 3.5" 2TB 32MB 5400rpm Internal Hard Drive

- Spinpoint F4EG
- capacity : 2TB
- interface : Serial ATA 3.0 Gbps
- buffer memory : 32 MB

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#1
Same price at ebuyer - LINK Free del on super saver






Edited By: P089 on Oct 17, 2010 22:17: .
1 Like #2
5400rpm? It's too slow.
3.5"? It's too big.
Internal? How inconvenient.
Samsung? Wouldn't touch them with a bargepole, most unreliable drive out there....

OK, that's summarised the next twenty posts from people who only want perfection, so here's my view. Nice drive, nice price, if I hadn't recently tidied up my PC I'd have been buying one. Thanks! :)
#3
wait a minute, you forgot "will this fit in my PS3"



slimy31
5400rpm? It's too slow.
3.5"? It's too big.
Internal? How inconvenient.
Samsung? Wouldn't touch them with a bargepole, most unreliable drive out there....

OK, that's summarised the next twenty posts from people who only want perfection, so here's my view. Nice drive, nice price, if I hadn't recently tidied up my PC I'd have been buying one. Thanks! :)
#4
only make of drive I buy.... Having had drives from 5 other big manufactures at my place of work (over 100drives bought) and all brands failing, I switched to Samsung and have had no problems what so ever since the swap 3 years ago!!!!!!!!
#5
i've been using samsung spinpoints for the last 7 years and all of them are still going strong, however I still have everything backed up
#6
I would deffo buy 2 of these! HOT!!!
#7
isn't this still cheaper?

Linky from a few days back

just thinking out loud here.


Edited By: 5nowman on Oct 17, 2010 00:25: edit link
#8
blackster
wait a minute, you forgot "will this fit in my PS3"


For anyone wondering:
It should do. Just remove the mainboard and blu-ray drive, when you install it.
#9
depends if your preferred retailer is Amazon or SaverStore.

5nowman
isn't this still cheaper?

Linky from a few days back

just thinking out loud here.

#10
are amazon shipping hard drivers properly now? there were stories (http://www.geek.com/articles/news/amazons-frustration-free-packaging-ruins-customers-hard-drives-20100331/) a few months ago regarding problems.

Edited By: bindadesi on Oct 17, 2010 10:40: added working hyperlink
#11
True.

Kinda was thinking about getting 2. Looks like there are price wars starting on the 2tb drives.

2 would be in essence roughly £5 cheaper on sava. (pay delivery once?) Look like good drives though. Thanks for posting op.

Gazzie
depends if your preferred retailer is Amazon or SaverStore.
5nowman
isn't this still cheaper?Linky from a few days backjust thinking out loud here.
#12
yup - my one was cheaper even more so if you buy more than one or collect
#13
drspa44
blackster
wait a minute, you forgot "will this fit in my PS3"


For anyone wondering:
It should do. Just remove the mainboard and blu-ray drive, when you install it.


No need to do that, just mark an inch line on the hard drive and cut it down... :)
#14
torn between this and the ST3200542AS - 2TB Seagate Barracuda at 70.49 today at scan
#15
Have a look at a few of the benchmarks b4 deciding. I've gone for the F4 as they've squeezed more data onto three platters. Supposed to give near 7200rpm transfer rates from a 5400rpm drive... Or something like that.
#16
I went for the F4 - still a bit annoyed by the noise the seagate makes in my NAS!

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