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320GB SATA 3.5" Hard Drive £10.35 - Sold by Artio International Limited and Fulfilled by Amazon (+£4.49 non-prime)

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Posted 21st May

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

NEW 320GB SATA 3.5 Hard Disk Drive

4 those who moaned at the used low cost 320GB HDDs...... Just for u, 4.35 more and New... if u get shipping for free vs inc shipping charges in that.

Low cost HDD, perfect for folks on budget.

perhaps u just build a low cost 240GB SSD and need something extra to tide u over and dont have £30 for a 1tb... or 50 odd for a 2tb.......

affordable option.......



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1tb?
A bit misleading post...
There not new, had hard drives from these people in the past... You end up getting drives from 2012 etc, there just wiped clean
MeistroUK21/05/2020 18:00

There not new, had hard drives from these people in the past... You end up …There not new, had hard drives from these people in the past... You end up getting drives from 2012 etc, there just wiped clean


Agreed, whilst it isn't a given that you will get an old one, I don't even think they make these drives anymore. The biggest issue isn't even the age though, it's that they're going to (very likely) be old 5400 drives.

If your only use case is a small backup then it would suffice fine, but shouldn't be used for anything further, haven't voted either way
NarodWicked21/05/2020 18:12

Agreed, whilst it isn't a given that you will get an old one, I don't even …Agreed, whilst it isn't a given that you will get an old one, I don't even think they make these drives anymore. The biggest issue isn't even the age though, it's that they're going to (very likely) be old 5400 drives.If your only use case is a small backup then it would suffice fine, but shouldn't be used for anything further, haven't voted either way


You can also get used 500gb drives on ebay which are usually pulled from sky boxes etc for less
MeistroUK21/05/2020 18:17

You can also get used 500gb drives on ebay which are usually pulled from …You can also get used 500gb drives on ebay which are usually pulled from sky boxes etc for less


They would be a better buy then tbh
I find it impossible to recommend anyone buy this for any use case when a 250gb SSD is around £30 brand new these days.
Would rather spend the extra on a new 240 ssd
andymk321/05/2020 18:22

I find it impossible to recommend anyone buy this for any use case when a …I find it impossible to recommend anyone buy this for any use case when a 250gb SSD is around £30 brand new these days.


I know ehh, a third less space for 3x the price - impossible!
jesper1021/05/2020 18:38

I know ehh, a third less space for 3x the price - impossible!


And faster
Does it come with leeches?
jesper1021/05/2020 18:38

I know ehh, a third less space for 3x the price - impossible!


If you want space then you're not buying a used 320GB drive.

If you need a boot drive an SSD is immensely faster and more reliable with warranty.
Just enough capacity for the next call of duty update
so someone who doesnt have £30 odd for 1tb...

can get this for a tenner... and itll tide them over? or as an alt back up for photos storage on a sep harddrive....

u mention u might as well get 240gb ssd for 3x more? but then u might as well get 1tb.. hdd?.... logic to the argument none...

for anyone who needs something cheap as chips for some extra storage its a good option, hence the idea of the cheap used option at first.... but then u get folks moaning its used....... for them theres this.. lol either way u cant win..

its all about... spending £30 odd on extra storage. but perhaps they dont have £30.....?.... anyone ever think of the buyers around here then themselfs?
Edited by: "sarden84" 21st May
I'm buying 500GB's for 8 quid on Ebay at the mo. They are going to be SATA 1 but good for storage. These are probably from DVR & 5900RPM's. if your got room for 4 drives in a case nowadays your lucky and you if keep these active and available to seek be waste of electric. These would be way slow when you compare to low end SSD's. Would only be OK for backing up but then your backing up to probably 5000+ hour drives would you risk it ?

The warranty will be bin your old one and we will send you one from the sh*t pile. These would be a bugger to recover anything from if they fail.
Kankan10121/05/2020 20:33

I'm buying 500GB's for 8 quid on Ebay at the mo. They are going to be SATA …I'm buying 500GB's for 8 quid on Ebay at the mo. They are going to be SATA 1 but good for storage. These are probably from DVR & 5900RPM's. if your got room for 4 drives in a case nowadays your lucky and you if keep these active and available to seek be waste of electric. These would be way slow when you compare to low end SSD's. Would only be OK for backing up but then your backing up to probably 5000+ hour drives would you risk it ?The warranty will be bin your old one and we will send you one from the sh*t pile. These would be a bugger to recover anything from if they fail.


Raid.
wayne.pearsall22/05/2020 02:46

Raid.



It is worth it with old old kit with potential thousands of hours usage already.
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