1.5TB Samsung HD154UI 32MB Cache SATA-II hard drive + eScan AntiVirus @ Scan £68.99 + delivery or free for AVForum users
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1.5TB Samsung HD154UI 32MB Cache SATA-II hard drive + eScan AntiVirus @ Scan £68.99 + delivery or free for AVForum users

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Found 7th Oct 2009
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5 Comments

"Model HD154UI/JP1 is NOT designed to be used in Desktop but specifically made for use with Docking/Rack/Caddy Use Only, these are being sold cheap!"

Sort of puts me off a bit, I would like 2 of these in my readynas but unsure with that comment in the description.

How is it comparing to F3 series?

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ro888;6506299

How is it comparing to F3 series?



This review of the 1Tb F3 includes results from the 1.5TB F2...

bit-tech.net/har…w/1

Both drives use 500Gb platters but since the F2 is an Ecogreen drive of lower RPM it makes it really more suited for storage than outright performance.

Cuddy;6506388

This review of the 1Tb F3 includes results from the 1.5TB … This review of the 1Tb F3 includes results from the 1.5TB F2...http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/storage/2009/10/06/samsung-spinpoint-f3-1tb-review/1Both drives use 500Gb platters but since the F2 is an Ecogreen drive of lower RPM it makes it really more suited for storage than outright performance.



Thanks mate, it's a good deal for storage.

nightshot;6506060

"Model HD154UI/JP1 is NOT designed to be used in Desktop but specifically … "Model HD154UI/JP1 is NOT designed to be used in Desktop but specifically made for use with Docking/Rack/Caddy Use Only, these are being sold cheap!"Sort of puts me off a bit, I would like 2 of these in my readynas but unsure with that comment in the description.



Should be OK in your NAS, they are really just saying there are better options for a boot drive - best option for that use would be an "F3 drive"
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