PS4 Hard Drive Upgrade Cover - DongCoh Game Bar for PlayStation 4 £29.89 Sold by DongCoh Electronics and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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PS4 Hard Drive Upgrade Cover - DongCoh Game Bar for PlayStation 4 £29.89 Sold by DongCoh Electronics and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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Found 10th Mar 2016
Cheaper than the Nyco version ( unless you shop around on ebay ).
Not tried myself but was considering getting it to upgrade my ps4 hard drive.
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Messiah

Game Bar?https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HTN6Du3MCgI


you had a link to that a little too quick
If only it didn't have "Dongcoh" plastered over the front...
wozukSilencer

you had a link to that a little too quick



It literally took him a minute
The customer service is based in China, but since it is being sold by Amazon, you should be able to return the product in case of DOA but then the question is what would happen if it developed any faults after the period Amazon would not support anymore? Anyone had any real experience with this company at all?
who hasn't got that in their favorites?
Ive done this myself but using a Sata/Molex setup as im not paying more per GB for a crap slow 2.5" drive as anyone should know that TO MANY PS4 games now have ludicrous loading times before and during levels so every second saved helps.
What an odd idea. Haven't come remotely close to filling the 2TB drive I shoved in my PS4 when I bought it. And it's a 2TB 7200rpm Samsung jobbie that cost me under 70 quid.
Edited by: "Stealth_Fox" 10th Mar 2016
Stealth_Fox

What an odd idea. Haven't come remotely close to filling the 2TB drive I … What an odd idea. Haven't come remotely close to filling the 2TB drive I shoved in my PS4 when I bought it. And it's a 2TB 7200rpm Samsung jobbie that cost me under 70 quid.



Same here...
I'm with you on that one
Am I missing the point of this? It's incredibly easy to swap out the drive in the PS4. I got a 1TB hybrid drive for just over £30. Who would want this beast with an extra noisy/chunky 3.5" drive on top of their console?
Incredibly overpriced for its function
cannibalwombat

Am I missing the point of this? It's incredibly easy to swap out the … Am I missing the point of this? It's incredibly easy to swap out the drive in the PS4. I got a 1TB hybrid drive for just over £30. Who would want this beast with an extra noisy/chunky 3.5" drive on top of their console?

Someone who wants 6TB... and hides his PS4 in a dark cupboard.
I was under the impression the max recommended for the PS4 was 2TB which the 2.5" version is what around £79 ish maybe less?

So everything you save doing it this way (not to mention the more power you drain from the PS4's PSU) is outweighed by just buying the right drive in the first place?

I personally have a 2TB Samsung in my PS4 and would rather have that than this ugly thing.
shu123

Incredibly overpriced for its function

I'm sure I could modify a USB HDD to take it's power from the caddy but send the data back to the PS4 over a long SATA cable...
Might give it a go actually - got a couple of caddies lying about
I was just saying to my wife how we should really invest in a DonCoh upgrade for the ps4...... funny old world.
anyone else think the first user review on amazon is an employee at the Doncoh corporation. blatant
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personally i think 2tb is enough, but if you have a spare 2tb going or your just a crazy person who likes 6TB so that one day you will own every ps4 digital title then this is for you.

So this does not appeal to everyone but a very niche group.

Who doesnot want Dongcoh.

Also its been documented for a long time that you can do a DIY version of this, but not everyone is tech savvy or wants it to look messy.
Stealth_Fox

What an odd idea. Haven't come remotely close to filling the 2TB drive I … What an odd idea. Haven't come remotely close to filling the 2TB drive I shoved in my PS4 when I bought it. And it's a 2TB 7200rpm Samsung jobbie that cost me under 70 quid.


Cool, I've been looking for an upgrade myself, could give a link for your drive please?
I haven't found any 2TB 7200rpm 2.5 drives anywhere, cheers!
Stealth_Fox

What an odd idea. Haven't come remotely close to filling the 2TB drive I … What an odd idea. Haven't come remotely close to filling the 2TB drive I shoved in my PS4 when I bought it. And it's a 2TB 7200rpm Samsung jobbie that cost me under 70 quid.



I have an xbox one and the 4tb hard drive i have on that is almost full, gove 400gb left and the 360 (odd in the internal hard drive, and the xbox is my main console.

I also have a 2tb 7200 hard drive but from seagate and that is almost full and i dont have that many games to be honest. (Well i dont know the space now as im not sure if its my os4 or my hard drive thats constantly failing and causing my machine to crash and have to be reinitialised)
clemo1981

I have an xbox one and the 4tb hard drive i have on that is almost full, … I have an xbox one and the 4tb hard drive i have on that is almost full, gove 400gb left and the 360 (odd in the internal hard drive, and the xbox is my main console. I also have a 2tb 7200 hard drive but from seagate and that is almost full and i dont have that many games to be honest. (Well i dont know the space now as im not sure if its my os4 or my hard drive thats constantly failing and causing my machine to crash and have to be reinitialised)



Can't imagine how frustrating that is. I'd be going nuts if every time I turned on the ps4 and found that I have to reinstall/download all my games
I'm constantly selling PS4 games to make space,only have a 500gb I one though! Guess it's kinda good in a way though, makes you get rid of old games once they are done
I bought one as I have a spare 3tb HDD and couldn't be bothered to fork out £85 for 2.5" 2tb. Installed the device and restored the date which I backed up to 500gb USB HDD. I've used up 800gb already so glad I bought it
Looks awesome
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