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1TB Western Digital WD10EADS Caviar Green, Hard Drive.SATA 3Gb/s, IntelliPower, 32MB Cache, NCQ £56.75 @ SCAN
1TB Western Digital WD10EADS Caviar Green,  Hard Drive.SATA 3Gb/s, IntelliPower, 32MB Cache, NCQ £56.75 @ SCAN

1TB Western Digital WD10EADS Caviar Green, Hard Drive.SATA 3Gb/s, IntelliPower, 32MB Cache, NCQ £56.75 @ SCAN

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As hard drive capacities increase, the power required to run those drives increases as well. WD Caviar Green drives make it possible for energy-conscious customers to build systems with higher capacities and the right balance of system performance, ensured reliability, and energy conservation.

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Hot, WD are the most reliable drives in the industry. For £7 I would rather vastly reduce the chances of loosing my data

hot,perfect for people who have just bought a popcorn hour

Same price at Amazon and it doesn't rely on you being eligible for free delivery which the Scan one does - though Scan do next day delivery.

amazon.co.uk/Wes…X3G

As hard drive capacities increase, the power required to run those drives … As hard drive capacities increase, the power required to run those drives increases as well.



Correction: Sorry this statement is not true. Do a little research - bigger hard drives use less power. I work for a storage company - we make systems that take 1000+ hard drives in a system so power and cooling is obviously very important. The larger drives now run much cooler than *older* smaller drives... and contrary to popular belief - Flash/SSD drives are actually very power hungry/hot when compared to old-style mechanical drives.

To be fair, the OP is only quoting from Scan's website!

( Does not appear in the compatibility list for the Netgear ReadyNAS )

lol I retract that statement

Computerman;6119426

cold, cheaper drives here … cold, cheaper drives here http://www.hotukdeals.com/search?action=search&keywords=1tb



dont be a fool, WD are much better than that tosh

My WD external HD is starting to play up and read really slowly so was thinking of putting a HD into my Dell Vostro 200 desktop PC. What cable would I need to add a 2nd HD?
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