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Seagate Barracuda 7200.9 400GB internal hard drive only £64.49!!

£64.49 @ BT Shop
This Seagate Barracuda 7200.9 400GB is only £64.49 delivered from Dabs! I think that is a pretty nice price for that kind of storage! Details: Barracuda 7200.9 is a member of the Seagate 3.5-inch fam… Read More
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1d, 5m agoFound 1 decade, 5 months ago
This Seagate Barracuda 7200.9 400GB is only £64.49 delivered from Dabs! I think that is a pretty nice price for that kind of storage!

Details: Barracuda 7200.9 is a member of the Seagate 3.5-inch family of high-capacity desktop drives targeted at mainstream and high-performance PCs and advanced storage applications. The product enables OEMs and system builders to qualify one family of drives from a premier provider for a wide range of storage applications.
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#1
Voted hot. :)

Please bear in mind this is the SATA version.
#2
Very nice emma, voted hot
#3
Storage has never been so cheap. Think this is hot.. oh yeah!
#4
Very hot deal! Seagate are always my choice for storage.If I had some spare cash Id treat myself.
#5
Thanks guys, thought it was a bargain!! :thumbsup:
#6
Great find :)
#7
Hi, Nice find Emma.
Voted Hot.
#8
Dont forget the 3% on quidco from dabs
#9
Chanser
Voted hot. :)

Please bear in mind this is the SATA version.



err...wot differencedoes that make?? :whistling:
#11
Deal! :thumbsup:
#12
Voted hot - I'm going to get this myself :D

EDIT: Damn, they're currently unable to process orders though!

EDIT2: Nevermind, it's up again, must've just been a quick bit of downtime.
#13
Well surely it'd be rude not to at this price.

Saves keep having to find things to move and delete :)
#14
Welcome to the forums Mattitude :)
#15
emmajk42
Welcome to the forums Mattitude :)


Thank You, and thank you for the heads up :thumbsup:

EDIT: Just got the confirmation email, and checked the order status straight after and it says Awaiting Stock.... typical :(
#16
It's so annoying that DABS is about 3 miles from me, but I can't collect it. Postage is such a pain.
#17
Just to say that this is one of the older seagate drives (.9) which is probably why the price is pretty low. They will probably be noisier than their newer cousins. However perforance difference is likely to be negligible :)

Remember you can use SATA drives just like IDE drives (so long as you have sata ports on your motherboard :P ) you don't have to set up a RAID array or anything like that :)

Ian
#18
:) .......................... :)
#19
spock1958
It's so annoying that DABS is about 3 miles from me, but I can't collect it. Postage is such a pain.

You could do at one time, to be honest I'd not noticed you couldn't anymore.

Dabs.com rules. It is the place to shop IMO.
#20
Voted hot, i've ordered one. Thank you Emma.
#21
crazygunuk
err...wot differencedoes that make?? :whistling:


This is not only a SATA drive, it's a SATA II. The difference is the interface speed. SATA interfaces are 150 mega bit per second (MBPS) and SATA II interfaces are 300 MBPS. The older IDE drives (ATA) are 133 MBPS.
#22
SATA interface on a 20year old technology like these magnetic drives amuse me, especially when the ceiling per 7200rpm drive like these is still approx 55-60megabytes/sec and has been around that mark for many years.

When hybrid Solid State Drives SSD's, merge with magnetic ones will it be a benefit and possibly a bottleneck when they can be made to do gigabytes/second, or SSD alone drives, possibly, but that is still expensive technology, for now.
#23
As schizoboy implies, the 300mbps is just marketing talk so don't let that sway you either way. The only worthwhile features of the SATA II spec are the ones which are ignored on most hard drives, such as NCQ.
#24
Just what the doctor ordered....voted hot.
#25
Thats brilliant!
#26
very hot, but I don't have sata connections on motherboard :(
#27
Fantastic value! Ordered one and left rep! Nice one!
#28
out of stock

wonder when they will get more
banned#29
Chanser
Voted hot. :)

Please bear in mind this is the SATA version.


sorry for my ignorance,,,, but do u need a motherboard which can cope with SATA ....not simply an IDE - sata cable.

I have IDE drives at the moment,,,, any tips?

many thanks
#30
Hi, I have a Mac, are there any mac experts out there? I have an internal 250gb hard drive in it.

It's a G5 Imac 20", non intel.
As far as I know, it's a SATA ATA (I think)

can anyone tell me if this is as good as as the original hard drive in it already?

thanks
#31
Mancunian
sorry for my ignorance,,,, but do u need a motherboard which can cope with SATA ....not simply an IDE - sata cable.

I have IDE drives at the moment,,,, any tips?

many thanks



you could buy a sata to ide conveter, so it works on your motherboard

there about £5 on ebuyer
#32
techmob
you could buy a sata to ide conveter, so it works on your motherboard

there about £5 on ebuyer

Though you might be better just getting a IDE drive as there's plenty around and the performance is petty much identical.
#33
Performance is definately not identical!
I have an IDE drive and a SATA I drive, and the latter is obviously quicker in all respects.
#34
Are they identical drives aside from their interface?
#35
Bought. Voted h-o-t.
#36
willdashwood
Are they identical drives aside from their interface?



interface is different and speed

sata > ide
#37
As schizoboy points out above, SATA is obviously the faster of the interfaces but not even the latest consumer hard drives would utilise all PATA/IDE has to offer, let alone SATA.

schizoboy
SATA interface on a 20year old technology like these magnetic drives amuse me, especially when the ceiling per 7200rpm drive like these is still approx 55-60megabytes/sec and has been around that mark for many years.

When hybrid Solid State Drives SSD's, merge with magnetic ones will it be a benefit and possibly a bottleneck when they can be made to do gigabytes/second, or SSD alone drives, possibly, but that is still expensive technology, for now.
#38
Grabbed 2 to replace my 320GB RAID setup - cheers OP. Voted HOT.
#39
delivery appears as (0.762kg) £6.00
bringing the total to £65.99
Is this correct as orignal posting said £64.49?

Cheers,
G
banned#40
techmob
you could buy a sata to ide conveter, so it works on your motherboard

there about £5 on ebuyer


many thanks

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