Samsung SpinPoint F1 TB Hard Drive SATAII *32MB Cache* - £83.95 DELIVERED WITH SUPERSAVER - HotUKDeals
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The Samsung Spinpoint F1 drive offers a superior combination of density, recording quality and reliability. It also features Samsung's industry-leading NoiseGuard and SilentSeek technologies to eliminate acoustic noise. Servers, high-end desktops, RAID systems and DVRs are among the applications well suited to the Spinpoint F1 drive.
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banned#1
Good deal.

I think these will be around £50 mark towards end of year.
#2
http://www.aria.co.uk/SuperSpecials/Other+products/1TB+Samsung+Spinpoint+F1+SATA2+7200RPM+32MB+cache+?productId=30998

Cheaper here, I know this is before postage which is usually 4.95-6.95 but if you add a few other super specials you can write that off.
#3
jonohanson
http://www.aria.co.uk/SuperSpecials/Other+products/1TB+Samsung+Spinpoint+F1+SATA2+7200RPM+32MB+cache+?productId=30998

Cheaper here, I know this is before postage which is usually 4.95-6.95 but if you add a few other super specials you can write that off.





But with Aria you need to submit a separate order if you want to buy more than one.

Is Aria one of the companies with free postage via AV Forums?
banned#4
aria + Ebuyer - 1 yr warranty

SCAN 3-5 year warranty
#5
They should all have the same warranty, that being 3 years as the warranties aren't normally handled by the e-tailer, but by a separate company
banned#6
Nope.

OEM disks are purchased differently to RETAIL ones.

OEM are for system builders and only have a 1 year warranty.

Retail ones have full 3 year warranty.

from aria:

Hi,

What is the warranty? is it 3 years? or is this oem 1 yr?

Answer by adamg on Wednesday, May 14, 2008
This is an OEM drive sold with a 12 month warranty.




From SCAN:

Remember ALL our Hard Drive brands we sell are official 3 or 5 year Maximum Warranty Product. Peace of Mind!

Many of our competitors sell Grey/imported or system integrator product with only 1 year warranty! to achieve a cheap price
#7
BlkKnight
aria + Ebuyer - 1 yr warranty

SCAN 3-5 year warranty


i bought one of these from scan and it had the sata connector snapped off, scan wouldn't replace/refund it, samsung wouldn't replace it. i ended up getting visa to get the money back from scan. nice warranty that is.

ebuyer all the way - i've returned hard disks to them and they've picked them up via courier no problems, no cost, no hassle.

i'd prefer a good 1 year warranty to a useless 5 year warranty. apart from which in 5 years these will not be worth the the shipping costs!
banned 1 Like #8
I wouldn't want that one in the picture, it looks like it's been taken apart, there's no case on it.

Poor. No wonder it's so cheap.
#9
DanJackson
I wouldn't want that one in the picture, it looks like it's been taken apart, there's no case on it.

Poor. No wonder it's so cheap.


Either you're being sarcastic or stupid.

Good price OP. I'll be in the market for a TB HDD soon to consolidate my other 6.
banned#10
borandi
Either you're being sarcastic or stupid.


Hopefully it's the former rather than the latter. But you never can tell on the internet can you?

Also, heat added, good price.
#11
Hot! That's a lot of disk - I'll need a second one just so that I've got a backup device!
#12
DanJackson
I wouldn't want that one in the picture, it looks like it's been taken apart, there's no case on it.

Poor. No wonder it's so cheap.



That's brilliant!!!!
#13
Usually sarcastic comments have the appropriate smiley, however. :):thumbsup::roll: Though looking at your previous comments, most seem like spam.
banned#14
borandi
Usually sarcastic comments have the appropriate smiley, however. :):thumbsup::roll: Though looking at your previous comments, most seem like spam.


Some people wouldn't need to be pointed in the direction of blatant sarcasm with a bloody great smilie.

And one person's spam is another man's chuckle. Nothing wrong with a bit of harmless fun every now and then to brighten the place up !
#15
HOT. thnx.
banned#16
Slightly related question - does anyone know if there's a resource on t'internet that lists all the hard drives that are PS3 compatible?
banned#17
Hey, for anyone that knows, i have a few questions:

1) I have 2 ide hard drives at the moment, and if i bought this, would i be able use this alongside them? i.e make this primary or just a storage drive
2) if i had both a sata and ide's, would i really benefit from the speeds of the new sata, if i dont have a another sata to transfer from/to
3) about RAID 0 and 1, are they only applicable if i have 2 sata drives? Because im under the impression that with one its just plug and play like is the case with the ide's (minus jumpers).
4) whats the difference between oem versions ive seem of this and the normal ones? Whats better?
5)How long is the manufacturers warranty with this and does any other website offer longer? I wouldnt mind paying more for a longer warranty on this, because ive heard allot of hit and miss stories about this product.

I would be greatful if someone could answer these so that i can decide whether to purchase this or not. Thanks.

Also,
#18
I live 2 mins from Scan, and there warranty services are shocking. If they can get out of something believe me they will!!
#19
DanJackson
Some people wouldn't need to be pointed in the direction of blatant sarcasm with a bloody great smilie.

And one person's spam is another man's chuckle. Nothing wrong with a bit of harmless fun every now and then to brighten the place up !


First you get serious by saying a smiley isn't necessary, then you say have a laugh?

I've been through your previous posts, most are superfluous and spam. I use this website for deals (hence the name, HotUKDeals if you hadnt noticed), and there are plenty of other websites for funny and witty stories and remarks; which brings me to another point - most of your posts are neither funny nor witty.


In response to Adnan:

1) Depends on your motherboard. There are a fair few that support IDE and SATA connectors, though not all. I'd check your motherboard details in it's manual or online.
2) Yes, for loading mainly. IIRC, Sata is 150mb/s (Sata II, like this if your mobo can support it, is 300mb/s), whereas IDE is 133 at most.
3) SATA is plug and play when its in the proper port, however I don't think you can RAID them with IDE without the appropriate controller.
4) OEM come without cables or fancy boxes, and usually with a shorter warranty. So it all depends on OEM vs. Normal price and how much you want to spend.
5) OEM is usually a year, though depending on the website you may get 3 years. I suggest checking with the retailer.

Overall, this is a good buy if you like the retailer. 8p per GB is not to be sniffed at! The last HDD I bought (admittedly it was a Raptor, which offered a 25% plate speed increase at the time) was £1/gb.
#20
DanJackson
Slightly related question - does anyone know if there's a resource on t'internet that lists all the hard drives that are PS3 compatible?

Firsty, this drive wont fit. Its a 3.5" not 2.5". Secondly, I dont think there is a YES/NO list. Read this, it'll give you a guide and drives that work

http://boardsus.playstation.com/playstation/board/message?board.id=ps3media&thread.id=32840
banned#21
illmonkey
Firsty, this drive wont fit. Its a 3.5" not 2.5". Secondly, I dont think there is a YES/NO list. Read this, it'll give you a guide and drives that work

http://boardsus.playstation.com/playstation/board/message?board.id=ps3media&thread.id=32840


Excellent, cheers (sorry for the slight de-rail)
#22
DanJackson;2678668
Some people wouldn't need to be pointed in the direction of blatant sarcasm with a bloody great smilie.

And one person's spam is another man's chuckle. Nothing wrong with a bit of harmless fun every now and then to brighten the place up !


The problem is that this is the internet and it is filled with ignorant people, especially when it comes to hardware. It's impossible to tell if someone is at least of reasonable intelligence and are just mucking around or the former.

You get some genuinely stupid questions/comments on here...
banned#23
PoisonJam
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You get some genuinely stupid questions/comments on here...



Ha ha! I look forward to reading them then!:p
#24
I'm struggling to vote hot here... yes this is a good price and the drive itself is fantastic value for money but it's been floating around this price for a while now. Warm from me.
#25
PoisonJam


You get some genuinely stupid questions/comments on here...


will this hard drive work as a door stop? or will I need an ide one?

:whistling:
#26
ChipSticks
will this hard drive work as a door stop? or will I need an ide one?

:whistling:

you'll need to check the sill of your door the distance from the floor to confirm if it will work. If its less, this might be incompatible and you might need the thinner 2.5" or even a 1.8" version.

I would, with all my IT experience ;), advice to check compatibility first. :p
#27
DanJackson;2678530
I wouldn't want that one in the picture, it looks like it's been taken apart, there's no case on it.

Poor. No wonder it's so cheap.


LOL and also LOL @ the person who thought you were serious.....
#28
borandi;2678907
First you get serious by saying a smiley isn't necessary, then you say have a laugh?

I've been through your previous posts, most are superfluous and spam. I use this website for deals (hence the name, HotUKDeals if you hadnt noticed), and there are plenty of other websites for funny and witty stories and remarks; which brings me to another point - most of your posts are neither funny nor witty.

If you don't like his posts then don't read them. There was nothing nasty of harmful in them so what's the problem. Perhaps there should be a site call nochitchatandnothingbutdealsanddefinitelynothingelseotherthandiscussionaboutdealsuk.com just for you......
#29
alchemistkevin
you'll need to check the sill of your door the distance from the floor to confirm if it will work. If its less, this might be incompatible and you might need the thinner 2.5" or even a 1.8" version.

I would, with all my IT experience ;), advice to check compatibility first. :p


I'm not sure how to measure the door, do include the frame? also, do i need to move the cat first?

I think I'm going to have to spend the afternoon on the phone to an 0870 number to try and sort this out!

:-D
#30
306maxi
nochitchatandnothingbutdealsanddefinitelynothingelseotherthandiscussionaboutdealsuk.com


I think that domain is available! ;-) :)
#31
ChipSticks;2679290
I'm not sure how to measure the door, do include the frame? also, do i need to move the cat first?

I think I'm going to have to spend the afternoon on the phone to an 0870 number to try and sort this out!

:-D


You also need to factor in the fact that you made a joke and that Borandi will be on your back saying "Got in himmel! Das ist not deal discussion! Cooler 20 days!"
#32
306maxi
You also need to factor in the fact that you made a joke and that Borandi will be on your back saying "Got in himmel! Das ist not deal discussion! Cooler 20 days!"


or maybe i saw some grumpy pants about and decided to be daft just 'cuz i can' .. hehe

:whistling:
#33
DanJackson;2678530
I wouldn't want that one in the picture, it looks like it's been taken apart, there's no case on it.

Poor. No wonder it's so cheap.


Living up to the avatar there ;-)
banned#34
borandi
First you get serious by saying a smiley isn't necessary, then you say have a laugh?

I've been through your previous posts, most are superfluous and spam. I use this website for deals (hence the name, HotUKDeals if you hadnt noticed), and there are plenty of other websites for funny and witty stories and remarks; which brings me to another point - most of your posts are neither funny nor witty.


In response to Adnan:

1) Depends on your motherboard. There are a fair few that support IDE and SATA connectors, though not all. I'd check your motherboard details in it's manual or online.
2) Yes, for loading mainly. IIRC, Sata is 150mb/s (Sata II, like this if your mobo can support it, is 300mb/s), whereas IDE is 133 at most.
3) SATA is plug and play when its in the proper port, however I don't think you can RAID them with IDE without the appropriate controller.
4) OEM come without cables or fancy boxes, and usually with a shorter warranty. So it all depends on OEM vs. Normal price and how much you want to spend.
5) OEM is usually a year, though depending on the website you may get 3 years. I suggest checking with the retailer.

Overall, this is a good buy if you like the retailer. 8p per GB is not to be sniffed at! The last HDD I bought (admittedly it was a Raptor, which offered a 25% plate speed increase at the time) was £1/gb.


Hi. Thank you for replying.

1) my motherboard supports both ide and sata. I have the msi 7185 socket 939. My question was whether i could have a mix or is it one way ot the other, i.e ide or sata or any combination.
2)Loading? Do you mean startup of computer etc, if i had it as primary and loaded my os on it? I know my motherboard has sata but i dont know if this is I or II and i cant find info online either for it.
3)Can i just have both and use both without configuring RAID, i just need extra space to be honest and SATA is cheaper then IDE
4)Do you know the cheapest retail price of this HDD? Or the difference. Is this retail: http://www.scan.co.uk/Product.aspx?WebProductId=723884
5) Im mostly concerned about losin my data, and this seems to be a contemporary issue with this brand which is why im thinking the longer the warranty the better. Ebuyer would be a better retailer to buy it from i think, as their products sell quite well, the chances of getting a drive from a faulty batch would be reduced....right? lol

Sorry for the anooying questions, but its better asking them now then when the product arrives.
#35
Adnan786;2678783
Hey, for anyone that knows, i have a few questions:

1) I have 2 ide hard drives at the moment, and if i bought this, would i be able use this alongside them? i.e make this primary or just a storage drive
2) if i had both a sata and ide's, would i really benefit from the speeds of the new sata, if i dont have a another sata to transfer from/to
3) about RAID 0 and 1, are they only applicable if i have 2 sata drives? Because im under the impression that with one its just plug and play like is the case with the ide's (minus jumpers).
4) whats the difference between oem versions ive seem of this and the normal ones? Whats better?
5)How long is the manufacturers warranty with this and does any other website offer longer? I wouldnt mind paying more for a longer warranty on this, because ive heard allot of hit and miss stories about this product.

I would be greatful if someone could answer these so that i can decide whether to purchase this or not. Thanks.

Also,

1) it'll work fine
2) IDE drives never saturated the bus speeds and neither do SATA drives so you won't really see much of a slowdown in that sense.
3) don't think about mixing drives in a RAID. SATA+SATA or IDE+IDE only :)
4) No difference
5) Most components fail within the first year so I wouldn't be too worried about warranty.
1 Like #36
Adnan786;2679346
Hi. Thank you for replying.

1) my motherboard supports both ide and sata. I have the msi 7185 socket 939. My question was whether i could have a mix or is it one way ot the other, i.e ide or sata or any combination.
2)Loading? Do you mean startup of computer etc, if i had it as primary and loaded my os on it? I know my motherboard has sata but i dont know if this is I or II and i cant find info online either for it.
3)Can i just have both and use both without configuring RAID, i just need extra space to be honest and SATA is cheaper then IDE
4)Do you know the cheapest retail price of this HDD? Or the difference. Is this retail: http://www.scan.co.uk/Product.aspx?WebProductId=723884
5) Im mostly concerned about losin my data, and this seems to be a contemporary issue with this brand which is why im thinking the longer the warranty the better. Ebuyer would be a better retailer to buy it from i think, as their products sell quite well, the chances of getting a drive from a faulty batch would be reduced....right? lol

Sorry for the anooying questions, but its better asking them now then when the product arrives.

1) Yes you can mix drives. It's no problem. You just can't RAID them
2) SATA 2 is backwards compatible so no need to worry about that.
3) If you don't want to RAID then you don't need to RAID the drives :)
4) www.froogle.co.uk is your friend :)
5) Warranty won't help if your data goes. If the hard drive fails it fails. Do a backup and you won't lose it. Samsung will only replace the drive, they won't recover your data. The best thing you can do is make sure the drive is cool and is well insulated from vibration if that's possible with your case.
#37
2) SATA 2 is backwards compatible so no need to worry about that.


A lot of SATA deives are at 3.0gb/s by default (sata II). If you have an older motherbord that only has SATA 1 (1.5gb/s) , you will need to change the jumper settings on the hard-drive to change it to 1.5gb/s before your system can see it. (ive known lots of people to get caught out by this, and think that their new drive is faulty!) :thumbsup:
#38
djfluff;2679617
A lot of SATA deives are at 3.0gb/s by default (sata II). If you have an older motherbord that only has SATA 1 (1.5gb/s) , you will need to change the jumper settings on the hard-drive before your system can see it. (ive known lots of people to get caught out by this, and think that their new drive is faulty!) :thumbsup:

True. I should have said that above :)
#39
BlkKnight
Nope.

OEM disks are purchased differently to RETAIL ones.

OEM are for system builders and only have a 1 year warranty.

Retail ones have full 3 year warranty.

from aria:





From SCAN:


Well this 1TB product at ebuyer ( http://www.ebuyer.com/product/134684 ), while a Seagate, is 5 year warranty and OEM, so do be careful - not all OEM are 1 year. My last Samsung was OEM and had a 3 year warranty .

This Maxtor 1TB OEM is also 3 year warranty

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/141472
banned#40
306maxi
1) Yes you can mix drives. It's no problem. You just can't RAID them
2) SATA 2 is backwards compatible so no need to worry about that.
3) If you don't want to RAID then you don't need to RAID the drives :)
4) www.froogle.co.uk is your friend :)
5) Warranty won't help if your data goes. If the hard drive fails it fails. Do a backup and you won't lose it. Samsung will only replace the drive, they won't recover your data. The best thing you can do is make sure the drive is cool and is well insulated from vibration if that's possible with your case.


Dude, thank you very much for your help, very appreciated, rep added.

Also, for those considering to buy this HDD it may be worth visiting http://tinyurl.com/4fkzz5

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