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Hitachi 3.5" 1TB SATA HDD 32mb buffer - £94.99 @ amazon
Hitachi 3.5" 1TB SATA HDD 32mb buffer - £94.99 @ amazon

Hitachi 3.5" 1TB SATA HDD 32mb buffer - £94.99 @ amazon

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From reading reveiws and my own personal experiece over 4 years of using Hitachi drives, Hitachi hard drives really are the business. This 1TB drive is a great price, less than 10p per GB and free delivery from Amazon.

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could be cheaper

PC Pro magazine's latest issue, which hit the newsstands in the last few days, has a comprehensive hard-disk review AND as they made a printing error they've put it online available for download at
movies.itpro.co.uk/pcp…pdf

The PDF is 9 pages, 5MB in size and compares about 20 drives including a few Hitachi, as most people will have guessed it's the Samsung F1 model that triumps.

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PC Pro magazine's latest issue, which hit the newsstands in the last few … PC Pro magazine's latest issue, which hit the newsstands in the last few days, has a comprehensive hard-disk review AND as they made a printing error they've put it online available for download athttp://movies.itpro.co.uk/pcpro/labs/166/166harddisks.pdfThe PDF is 9 pages, 5MB in size and compares about 20 drives including a few Hitachi, as most people will have guessed it's the Samsung F1 model that triumps.



Gonna have a read of that, cheers.

Typically i bought a Sammy 1tb and had nothing but errors and problems for 2 weeks so tried a reformat before it totally gave up the ghost so sent back for a refund .. on testing the supplier authorised a refund straight away. I'd also read the 3 platters at around 340GB each could be a source of some problems ?? Personally not sure on this though.

So hopefully your pdf might point me in the right direction of a replacement.

mk-donald;2363625

PC Pro magazine's latest issue, which hit the newsstands in the last few … PC Pro magazine's latest issue, which hit the newsstands in the last few days, has a comprehensive hard-disk review AND as they made a printing error they've put it online available for download athttp://movies.itpro.co.uk/pcpro/labs/166/166harddisks.pdfThe PDF is 9 pages, 5MB in size and compares about 20 drives including a few Hitachi, as most people will have guessed it's the Samsung F1 model that triumps.



Thanks for that link mate.
I'm out to buy some 1TB HDDs at the moment, so that review came in very handy ! :thumbsup:

Western Digital RE2-GP if it's for data storage!
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