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Not as cheap as last time but will do for my new hp micro server (:

Seagate 1TB-per-disk technology marks another major milestone for the hard drive industry. To make this happen, Seagate engineers had to pack 340,000 hard drive tracks into the width of a single inch. This means that, when reading and writing data, the read/write head needs to accurately follow a track that is a mere 75 nano meters wide. That's about 500 times smaller than the period at the end of this sentence. Seagate AcuTrac technology helps enable this incredible feat-reliably and accurately following these nano tracks even in challenging operating environments, like an all-in-one PC with the music turned up. Barracuda 1TB-per-disk hard drives now include a host of refined technologies to further boost performance. Combined, these improvements squeeze even more performance out of storage already known for pushing the envelope.

Best-Fit Applications: Desktop or all-in-one PCs; Home servers; PC-based gaming systems; Desktop RAID; Direct-attached external storage devices (DAS); Network-attached storage devices (NAS).

Main Features:
Seagate Barracuda 7200.12 Hard Disk Drive
2000GB Capacity
SATA 6Gb/s NCQ interface
64MB cache
12th generation of the world’s most popular desktop hard drive
Reliability demonstrated by low predicted annualized failure rates of less than 1%
Seagate SmartAlign technology means a transparent, no-hassle transition to Advanced Format 4K sector hard drives
Seagate OptiCache Technology and AcuTrac Technology
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Zaim2012#1
I'd get the 2TB WD Green for £83 from amazon over this.
chuf#2
Zaim2012
I'd get the 2TB WD Green for £83 from amazon over this.

If its a better spec why not post it then? Would rather people get a better deal if there is one.
thecresta#3
chuf
Zaim2012
I'd get the 2TB WD Green for £83 from amazon over this.

If its a better spec why not post it then? Would rather people get a better deal if there is one.

It has already been posted.
chuf#4
thecresta
chuf
Zaim2012
I'd get the 2TB WD Green for £83 from amazon over this.

If its a better spec why not post it then? Would rather people get a better deal if there is one.

It has already been posted.

Put the link to the other post, better choice for people then :)
pow3rboy#6
WD GREEN is slow.
Zaim2012#7
pow3rboy
WD GREEN is slow.

Really ? care to provide some evidence of this? I have about 10WD Green drives, they are not slow. May not be as fast as this 7200rpm drive but be realistic, 2TB+ is generally used for storage/backups and the WD Green is far from slow.
winni77#8
How is with the warranty?
Zaim2012#9
winni77
How is with the warranty?

If you mean how long is the warranty then its 1 year :)
winni77#10
Not great then. Any other brand gives more than a year? Then used to give even 5 years. What's happened?
Zaim2012 1 Like #11
winni77
Not great then. Any other brand gives more than a year? Then used to give even 5 years. What's happened?

Western digital give a minimum of 2 years warranty on OEM Blue/Green drives, that can be extended to 3 years for £10. WD Blacks still carry 5 years warranty.
winni77#12
Thnx :)
Shoesize#13
Now £87. Jagholes.

Edited By: Shoesize on Aug 03, 2012 18:44

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