Toshiba P300 3TB 3.5'' SATA High-Performance Hard Drive (OEM) £68.98 @ Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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Toshiba P300 3TB 3.5'' SATA High-Performance Hard Drive (OEM) £68.98 @ Ebuyer

£68.98 @ Ebuyer
Last posted 6 months ago. Considering this to replace my 2 of my HD's Free delivery Read More
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Last posted 6 months ago. Considering this to replace my 2 of my HD's

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2 Likes #1
Known Toshiba drives to fail after 6 months, personally I'd stick to WD or Samsung.
7 Likes #2
All makes of drives have been known to fail after 6 months to be fair.

Edited By: ianbeany on Dec 14, 2016 09:52
3 Likes #3
Cold from me - ebuyer will always let you down if things go wrong
1 Like #4
kevin1961
Cold from me - ebuyer will always let you down if things go wrong
But at least you can rely on them. :D
#5
phantomhobo
Known Toshiba drives to fail after 6 months, personally I'd stick to WD or Samsung.


Yep, my last two brand new Toshiba hd's failed on warranty expiry. Wasn't impressed tbh.
#6
Toshiba that bad?
4 Likes #7
Dan__
Toshiba that bad?
No .... 2016 HDD Stats
1 Like #8
phantomhobo
Known Toshiba drives to fail after 6 months, personally I'd stick to WD or Samsung.


Samsung were acquired by Seagate a few years ago so good luck with that! Seagate doesnt have a great reputation for it's drives. I have some 7 year old Samsung drives still going strong. Not had any issue with Toshiba, but mine are only 2 years old.
#9
I bought one 3tb Toshiba drive years ago for less and directly from eBuyer, stuck it in a machine for someone along with a brand new SSD as a primary drive.

The person literally never wrote anything to the secondary 3tb Toshiba ever, it was merely powered on and off each time the system was used.

The day I went to do a reinstall for them and temporarily transfer their SSD data across to the 3tb it literally died.

That was just out of warranty too.
#10
Bough my Toshiba 3TB DT01ACA300 3 years ago (Jan 2014) from Ebuyer for 78.99. Works without any problem, and it's not surprising- statistics (see Bargainmad post) show Toshiba are quite good, more reliable than WD or Seagate.
#11
Always thought Toshiba was among the good manufacturers when it comes to hard drives. Im on 4tb 7200 toshiba drive and its still going strong after 2 years. Its a loud drive but its fast.
1 Like #12
phantomhobo
Known Toshiba drives to fail after 6 months, personally I'd stick to WD or Samsung.

http://s2.quickmeme.com/img/f3/f3c1ddbd2d53336899ca2a1d83fb09c29f90ae370047cedc0f8c3f2cf7c4b4e9.jpg
1 Like #13
HGST for the reliability win
#14
Thought Hitachi were pretty decent too, but also echo the HGST drives scoring well for reliability
1 Like #15
Literally just finished gutting an external i paid a quid more for to put in a PC... ugh.
#17


damn... I bought mine from amazon yesterday... :(
#18
Heat. Just ordered from Amazon.

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