Samsung HD204UI Spinpoint F4 2TB Hard Drive £50 delivered @ ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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Samsung HD204UI Spinpoint F4 2TB Hard Drive SATAII 32MB Cache - OEM. Posted many times from many retailers, but this is the cheapest yet I think. I have this drive and am very pleased with it, Make sure you select the Free super Saver delivery option (on the checkout page) for free delivery.
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#1
Ordered 1 thanks
#2
Make sure you check the warranty situation with them before you order
#3
vik1
Make sure you check the warranty situation with them before you order



Why ? 3 years should mean 3 years, isn't it ? would not send a faulty used hdd for repair anyway
#4
Says 3 years on specs. That will do for me! Thanks.
1 Like #5
waiting for Amazon to pricematch this.

Just has 2 of the 1Tb Samsungs fail on me and Amazon's CS is just the best to deal with. They refuned me the 2nd time, so in the market now for a 2Tb.
#7
Customer reviews on Amazon saying it's a gray import.
#8
vik1
Make sure you check the warranty situation with them before you order
There is no 'warranty situation', it's been known for a very long time that Ebuyer provide the 3 year warranty on these drives, as do almost every other retailer that sell these grey imports.


WalterSmith
waiting for Amazon to pricematch this.

Just has 2 of the 1Tb Samsungs fail on me and Amazon's CS is just the best to deal with. They refuned me the 2nd time, so in the market now for a 2Tb.
You're more likely to need Amazon's CS due to them going back to their awful packaging every other week.
Personally I'd stick with Ebuyer, at least you know it'll arrive in one piece.


Edited By: jukkie on Jun 09, 2011 10:09
1 Like #9
The failure rates on these are too high for my liking.
#10
can this be used in a Sky box?
many thanks
#11
can this be used in a Sky box?
many thanks
#12

Sweet, same here Amazon are a much better company to deal with, however this is grey import so only 12m warranty

Edited By: *Sloman* on Jun 09, 2011 12:08
#13
voted cold as the postage is not free to N. Ireland with ebuyer but it is with amazon.
#14
Price now £49.98

Free postage at spend over £49.99

Someone at eBuyer realised they could drop it 2p and force you to either pay postage or buy something else - sneaky.
#15
sane
Price now £49.98

Free postage at spend over £49.99

Someone at eBuyer realised they could drop it 2p and force you to either pay postage or buy something else - sneaky.


i got free 5 day Del at 49.98! just add to basket

http://i.imgur.com/1sM5r.jpg proof!

Edited By: *Sloman* on Jun 09, 2011 12:54: blah
#16
yeah think the 2p cut is just to undercut amazon - free delivery still works.
#17
Are the fail rates high on these?
I thought they were very reliable and has one of the best performances.
Personally I haven't had any failed drives.
Can anybody comment on the reliability of these drives?
No matter how cheap, if reliability is poor then I won't bother with these drives.
Not worth risking data loss.

simate
The failure rates on these are too high for my liking.
banned#18
This is a great price I might fill up my WD sharespace.
#19
kyeung
Are the fail rates high on these?
I thought they were very reliable and has one of the best performances.
Personally I haven't had any failed drives.
Can anybody comment on the reliability of these drives?
No matter how cheap, if reliability is poor then I won't bother with these drives.
Not worth risking data loss.

simate
The failure rates on these are too high for my liking.

I personally have a few Samsung drives, and whilst some have been fine, quite a few have not. I personally will be looking else where (Seagate/WD/Hitachi being the only other options really). Must be a reason why they so cheap IMO.

Edited By: my-planet on Jun 09, 2011 15:35
#20
I bought one of these recently to replace a very old 160gb Seagate drive and so far had no problems with it.
#21
ive got 7 of these running in my system. all working fine
#22
i bought a seagate 3.5 internal 1tb sealed for £15 at our local booty, wish id bought the rest of them now!
#24
Had three of four drives fault on me. I loved the one gb series but two seems less stable. Just my own experience
1 Like #25
Does anyone have any statistical evidence of failure rates rather than mere anecdotal stories of a handful of drives?
#26
vgopal
ive got 7 of these running in my system. all working fine

Good for you. How long for? What is your 'system'? What PSU? How long is your 'system' stay on for? What is it used for? Any RAID setup? What's the cooling like? etc etc.
#27
austinc
i bought a seagate 3.5 internal 1tb sealed for £15 at our local booty, wish id bought the rest of them now!

With no warranty, you're mad to just have bought one. I would have bought the lot and used either RAID Stripe mirrors for speed and resiliency or 5
#28
I have 4 of these they need the firmware upgrading which is a pain. Mine shipped with a firmware that makes the drive loose data. Fail samsung. Will stick to WD from now on
#29
Pay the xtra £5 and get the non-grey import version with updated firmware.
#30
Where do you buy from Satan to be sure of non-gray import and updated firmware?

Cheers

Dave
#31
£54.99 now ahh missed it :(
#32
Amazon are still doing it for 50 though.
#33
spleenharvester
Amazon are still doing it for 50 though.


that's a grey import unless I'm mistaken?
#34
my-planet
austinc
i bought a seagate 3.5 internal 1tb sealed for £15 at our local booty, wish id bought the rest of them now!

With no warranty, you're mad to just have bought one. I would have bought the lot and used either RAID Stripe mirrors for speed and resiliency or 5


you completely lost me on that last part, but i thought it was worth a gamble at £15!

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