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Seagate 2TB 3.5" SATA II Hard Drive £108.03 delivered @ Aria

£108.03 @ Aria PC
Features - Low-power drives provide immediate cost savings during operation. - Reduced power consumption and heat generation enable systems to run cooler and can increase their useful life. - Low p…
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Features
- Low-power drives provide immediate cost savings during operation.
- Reduced power consumption and heat generation enable systems to run cooler and can increase their useful life.
- Low power doesnt mean slow power with the Barracuda LP drive.
- The drives enable a faster, more energy-efficient system.
- A range of capacities up to 2TB for greatest flexibility in building drives and systems for ever-expanding, storage-hungry applications
- Whisper-quiet acoustics for a quiet PC environment
- Low-power, super-cool drives increase reliability
- Ships with the worlds most reliable and proven perpendicular magnetic recording technology
- Thirteenth generation of the most widely used Barracuda desktop line
- Meets rigorous green design and manufacturing standards that are built into every Seagate drive
- Low power consumption enables eco-friendly systems.
- Complies with RoHS directive and all major non-regulatory restrictions
- Capacity 2 TB
- Interface type Serial ATA-300
- Data transfer rate 300 MBps
- Spindle speed 5900 rpm
- Buffer size 32 MB
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#1
Everyone can get free shipping on this item, not just Aria forum members!

Not free shipping here ?
#2
mikerr
Not free shipping here ?


Well, it was free shipping included @ £111.61. Now it's not free shipping but cheaper WITH UK mainland delivery @ £108.83 :)
#3
tempting. I really should get rid of the junk filling up my current drives though
#4
Excellent deal, much better than all those useless Hitachi drives being posted recently.
#5
Going_Digital
Excellent deal, much better than all those useless Hitachi drives being posted recently.


I've got an Hitatchi, have had for 5 odd years and its still running!

Great deal also.
#6
Going_Digital
Excellent deal, much better than all those useless Hitachi drives being posted recently.


+1 here,had 2 hitachis die on me recently,1 external 1tb and a 750gb one,got a raptor,seagate and a sammy and none of them have ever giv en me any trouble at all
#7
Hitatchi's are awful, awful drives. THey dont have the nickname change from deskstar to deathstar for nothing. Seagate & WD for me every time, Samsung F series is also top notch.
#8
i have had a Hitatchi thats ran smooth for over 4 years now where as ive had 2 seagates that have failed on me
#9
I went for the Samsung F2 1.5TB for £69 on Scan Today Only.
#10
is there any difference between sata and sata 2 connections and if my motherboard supports sata will it support sata 2?
#11
jskyner
is there any difference between sata and sata 2 connections and if my motherboard supports sata will it support sata 2?


1) SATA 2 cables still work in SATA 1 sockets.

2) SATA 2 drives will still work with motherboards that only have SATA 1 sockets.

So you will be ok with this drive :)
#12
It doesn't seem that long ago that people on here were saying "I'm waiting for the price of a 1TB disk to go below £100".
#13
Warranty Information

Warranty Period (yrs) 1


since when did Hard Drives come with 1yr Warranty ?
#14
brookheather
I went for the Samsung F2 1.5TB for £69 on Scan Today Only.


Yeah, ordered that too - is that deal on here?

[edit] it is: http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/599755/1-5tb-samsung-ecogreen-69-31-sata-h
#15
hawt :thumbsup:

the 1 year warranty is related to people seeking higher capacity all of the time. HDD makers can lower their return costs and invest in higher densities thus satisfying demand.

check out the bathtub curve for more info
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/6/6e/Bathtub_curve.jpg/350px-Bathtub_curve.jpg

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bathtub_curve
#16
Never go for Hitachi - always trust seagate.

I build and maintain various computers for a few of my friends and always install seagate drives - they are the power!
#17
jskyner
is there any difference between sata and sata 2 connections and if my motherboard supports sata will it support sata 2?


1.5 vs 3.0 Gbps. Sata III is 6.0Gbps but the drives wont be mainstream till the end of the year.
#18
laws-army
Never go for Hitachi - always trust seagate.

I build and maintain various computers for a few of my friends and always install seagate drives - they are the power!


I've fount recent seagate drive less reliable than others, including hitachi - YMMV

All drives fail at some point, whether its sooner or later, so just ensure you always keep proper backups.
#19
Aria also have the 2Tb Hitachi at the same price but with 7200rpm instead...

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/612536/hitachi-2tb-3-5-sata-ii-hard-drive-
banned#20
do u hav any code or anything else to get the free delivery
#21
Aria are continuing this pricing so grab it while you still can :thumbsup:
#22
Great price, heat added. I've always been cautious with Hitachi what with the whole "deathstar" phase, but they have gotten better.Before the prices changed the Hitachi was cheaper wso I went with that instead of the Seagate. The drive arrived faulty, so I returned it for a refund and got this instead, very happy with. Aria were excellent during the RMA process as well.

Make of that what you will, all hard drives fail eventually as previously mentioned. The people who prefer a certain make usually have had problems with others and that is just statistics and luck tbh.

Either way if I had to recommend one or the other with them being the same price I'd go Seagate, I've had less problems with their drives and their direct RMA service is excellent.

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