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By the way this is a 2.5inch drive not the 3.5 inch!! :)

Toshiba MK1059GSM 1TB 2.5" SATA 5400rpm for ony £76.33, I think this a good price?
I am considering ordering but does anybody know if this is PS3 compatible? I think it is?
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#1
Reasonably low, but just seen it for £75.45 @ Ebuyer with Free delivery, in stock.
#2
Nige
Reasonably low, but just seen it for £75.45 @ Ebuyer with Free delivery, in stock.
ah ok, this is free deivery as well though
#3
No these are 12.5mm too big for most laptops / PS3 as regular size is 9.5mm. OK for unibody Macbooks
#4
jpearn
No these are 12.5mm too big for most laptops / PS3 as regular size is 9.5mm. OK for unibody Macbooks
oh! :( I'll have to look elsewhere for PS3 then, any suggestions? (1tb preferably and around sameprice)?
#5
Blimey I looked at this and then realised this is a 2.5" drive!!

Have some heat! Good point about Ebuyer chose 5 day super saver for free P&P also

Full specs:

Size: 69.85 mm (2.75") x 100.0 mm (3.94") x 12.5 mm (0.49")

Review from Tom's Hardware Positive review.




Edited By: frownbreaker on Jan 29, 2011 20:27: comment
1 Like #6
kev_gordon
I believe the 1st and 2nd gen PS3, i.e. that fat ones, takes a 12.5mm drive, but i might talking rubbish.....


The bold is true.
#7
kev_gordon
I believe the 1st and 2nd gen PS3, i.e. that fat ones, takes a 12.5mm drive, but i might talking rubbish.....
ah maybe but eevn if they don't the 12.5mm wil fit if the hdd enclosure is dismanted :)
#8
jj15
kev_gordon
I believe the 1st and 2nd gen PS3, i.e. that fat ones, takes a 12.5mm drive, but i might talking rubbish.....
ah maybe but eevn if they don't the 12.5mm wil fit if the hdd enclosure is dismanted :)

the phat ps3 will need modifying for this to fit. they only take 9.5 drives too. but this can be squeezed in
#9
Yep a simple mod to the caddy on the PS3 and this will fit - takes about 5 mins ;-)

Edited By: Squelds on Jan 29, 2011 22:27
#10
Squelds
Yep a simple mod to the caddy on the PS3 and this will fit - takes about 5 mins ;-)
by modifying it does that mean i could use a 3.5 inch HDD instead? as they are considerably cheaper?
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A word of warning to anyone upgrading their PS3 HDD, with the firmware 3.56 update users trying to upgrade their HDD quite simply can't, when you come to connect a USB drive with the firmware update in the PS3 / UPDATE folder you get a data corrupt error.

If you have 3.55 stick to that and do not upgrade for now, wait until Sony release a fix.

ps. guess what I spent my Sunday morning doing :(

Edited By: cra1g0s on Jan 30, 2011 19:46
#12
Have had two toshiba hard drives in the past. Both failed in month 13.
May have been a bad model, but I'd always be inclined to wait for a Western Digital or Seagate equivalent...
#13
it is great with an ext hdd case
#14
This would be perfect for my Jtag.
Still got around 160GB/298GB Free, so gonna hold off for a while yet.

cra1g0s
A word of warning to anyone upgrading their PS3 HDD, with the firmware 3.56 update users trying to upgrade their HDD quite simply can't, when you come to connect a USB drive with the firmware update in the PS3 / UPDATE folder you get a data corrupt error.

If you have 3.55 stick to that and do not upgrade for now, wait until Sony release a fix.

ps. guess what I spent my Sunday morning doing :(


Maybe Sony are doing everything they can to *try* & stop people updating via USB - what with all the Jailbreaking & discovery of private keys :p

Edited By: K1LLER HORNET on Jan 30, 2011 23:24
#15
I have three of these racked up in a home server and can't complain. They're cheaper than the SAS versions and don't take up much space.
#16
so, um, how hard is it to shove these into a PS3SLIM? anyone here actually tried it?
#17
cra1g0s
A word of warning to anyone upgrading their PS3 HDD, with the firmware 3.56 update users trying to upgrade their HDD quite simply can't, when you come to connect a USB drive with the firmware update in the PS3 / UPDATE folder you get a data corrupt error.

If you have 3.55 stick to that and do not upgrade for now, wait until Sony release a fix.

ps. guess what I spent my Sunday morning doing :(


My mate updated his drive to 750gb. He was on fw 3.55
#18
Alyosha
so, um, how hard is it to shove these into a PS3SLIM? anyone here actually tried it?

http://psx-scene.com/forums/f177/info-about-1tb-2-5-hdd-into-60gb-ps3-66470/
Not sure if this is slim or phat
#19
They are price matching ebuyer it is now £75.45!
#20
hmsq82
They are price matching ebuyer it is now £75.45!
indeed they are
#21
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