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Samsung Spin Point F3 SATAII 1TB 32MB Cache Hard Drive £62.98 Delivered @ Novatech
Samsung Spin Point F3 SATAII 1TB 32MB Cache Hard Drive £62.98 Delivered @ Novatech

Samsung Spin Point F3 SATAII 1TB 32MB Cache Hard Drive £62.98 Delivered @ Novatech

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Thanks to jukkie posting on another deal I thought it worthy of it's own one.

Just noticed there's possible 3% Quidco as well bringing price to £61.09

General
Width 101.5 mm
Length 147.0 mm
Height(max.) 26.1 mm

Drive Configurations
Capacity* 1 TB
Interface Serial ATA 3.0Gbps
Buffer DRAM Size 32 MB
Byte per Sector 512 bytes

Performance Specifications
Average Seek time(typical) 8.9 ms
Average Latency 4.17 ms
Data Transfer Rate / Media to/from Buffer(Max.) 250 MB/sec
Data Transfer Rate / Buffer to/from Host(Max.) 300 MB/sec
Drive Ready Time(typical) 10 sec

Reliability Specifications
Non-recoverable Read Error 1 sector in 10^15 bits
Start/Stop Cycles 50,000

Acoustics
Idle 2.5 Bel
Performance Seek 2.8 Bel

Environmental Specifications
Temperature / Operating 0 ~ 60 °C
Temperature / Non-operating -40 ~ 70 °C
Humidity(non-condensing) / Operating 5 ~ 95 %
Liner Shock(1/2 sine pulse) / Operating 70 G
Liner Shock(1/2 sine pulse) / Non-operating 350 G
Altitude(relative to sea level) / Operating -300 to 3,000 m
Altitude(relative to sea level) / Non-operating -300 to 12,000 m

Power Requirements
Voltage +5V±5%, +12V±10%
Spin-up Current (Max.) 2.0A
Seek (typical) 4.8W
Read/Write (typical) 5.1W
Idle (typical) 3.9W
Standby (typical) 1W
Sleep 1W

5 Comments

Deal stealer :-o

Just kidding, I wasn't going to post it anyway :-)


These drives are EXCELLENT. Probably the best performing HDD's you can buy (they beat WD Raptors in many tests).

Sorry lurch, £5 cheaper at Scan using the AVForums/Hexus free delivery method -

hotukdeals.com/ite…-sa

Original Poster

Ha quality!, well done that man I checked Scan earlier and they were £60.44 +Delivery

lurch;8022714

Ha quality!, well done that man


Was just surprised they had them on the 'Today only' page, thought they normally only put items that weren't selling too well on there. From what I know, these drives have a fairly high turnover.

jukkie;8022001

Sorry lurch, £5 cheaper at Scan using the AVForums/Hexus free delivery … Sorry lurch, £5 cheaper at Scan using the AVForums/Hexus free delivery method - http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/625579/1tb-samsung-hd103sj-spinpoint-f3-sa



You can only use the Scan/AVF free delivery option if you done 20 or more posts on the AVF forum. This means that, for me, the Novatech deal is cheaper than the Scan one. Hot
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