Seagate Barracuda 7200.10 160GB SATA-II 8MB £19.99 @ OcUK - HotUKDeals
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I thought this was a very good price.


The Barracuda 7200.10 is the largest, most reliable disc drive around. New

perpendicular recording technology supports vertically stored data bits, enabling increased areal density and dependability for workstations and performance PCs.

- Capacity: 160GB
- Cache: 8MB
- Interface: SATA-II
- Spin Speed: 7200RPM
- Seek Time: 8.5ms
- Warranty: 5 Years
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#1
3.5"?
del???
#2
Yeh its 3.5?
#3
'is the largest, most reliable disc drive around.'

They forgot to put 'in 2003'
#4
Best thing about this is the 5 year warranty.
I'd rather get more than 3 times the size for less than double the price.
#5
It's slow. It's small. It's big. It's cold.
#6
killie99
'is the largest, most reliable disc drive around.'

They forgot to put 'in 2003'


Was SATA around in 2003?
#7
I can remember paying £130 or so for this back then....mind you I can also remember paying £500 for a 1 megapixel camera and £145 for a DVDRW at one time....oh, and it's still going strong as I gave the PC to a mate and it's still in use.
#8
I dont think SATA II was around in 2003 .
#9
It's not actually a bad drive, just small, released around 2006 time, uses perpendicular recording and SATA-II (so supports NCQ) so has a reasonable turn of speed. Fine for a cheap system.
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patscorpio
3.5"?
del???

2nd class £3.26
#11
I ordered 2 yesterday , ideal for cheap builds . There on there way already ,good old overclockers.
#12
ricko
I ordered 2 yesterday , ideal for cheap builds . There on there way already ,good old overclockers.


They're run by a guy who makes Hitler look like a moderate so I guess they would be efficient.

We should get him to run the trains too...
#13
Who's run by Hilter lookalike ? Seagate or Overclockers ?
tbh , I dont give a ***** , as long as it's legal ,not knocked off stuff and new .

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