HPHP 3 TB 3.5-Inch DP MDL Hard Drive £71.79 @ amazon
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HPHP 3 TB 3.5-Inch DP MDL Hard Drive £71.79 @ amazon

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Found 26th Jan
1 in stock more on the way

highest price on pricespy is £178.50

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HP 3TB 6G SAS 7.2K rpm LFF (3.5-inch) Midline 1yr Warranty Hard Drive. Hard drive interface: Serial Attached SCSI (SAS), Hard drive capacity: 3000 GB
Hard drive size: 8.89 cm (3.5"). Width: 11.07 cm, Height: 2.64 cm, Depth: 18.87 cm
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Brand HP
Product Dimensions 18.9 x 11.1 x 2.6 cm
Item model number 625031-B21
Series 625031-B21
Hard Drive Size 3 TB
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Price: £316.00 + £12 UK delivery
psmith195814 m ago

Price: £316.00 …Price: £316.00 + £12 UK delivery


the last one sold it did say more on the way it may have been a price error but it was the stated price. perhaps someone could comment if they got one
now gone up to over 400£ it was a price error
ITMA1 h, 1 m ago

Thanks for posting. That was an awesome price.


did u get it?
i purchased it then cancelled , you can get refurbished ones for £72 on ebay also if anyone needs one
Edited by: "sunkissed" 26th Jan
sunkissed19 m ago

i purchased it then cancelled , you can get refurbished ones for £72 on …i purchased it then cancelled , you can get refurbished ones for £72 on ebay also if anyone needs one


so it was a price error, but over 400£ for a 3tb drive i just don't get why there so expensive whats so special about them (genuine question)

i saw the rrp and thought bargain and had to share it,
It's a Dual Port SAS drive rather than SATA, so you'd need a SAS controller to be able to talk to it, dual port means it can actually talk to 2 SAS controllers, such as a primary and a backup for use in a redundant storage system (E.g a SAN) - bit slow at 7.2Krpm but yeh it's not your typical consumer drive.
dragon261126th Jan

It's a Dual Port SAS drive rather than SATA, so you'd need a SAS …It's a Dual Port SAS drive rather than SATA, so you'd need a SAS controller to be able to talk to it, dual port means it can actually talk to 2 SAS controllers, such as a primary and a backup for use in a redundant storage system (E.g a SAN) - bit slow at 7.2Krpm but yeh it's not your typical consumer drive.


i think i get it, mainly used in servers if im not mistaken aren't they im still learning about m2 sata and m2 pcie just bout a laptop with both ports but i cant use both at the same time.
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