Seagate 1TB 2.5" SSHD SATA 6GB/s 64MB 9.5mm Hard Drive £69.99 @ Dabs
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Seagate 1TB 2.5" SSHD SATA 6GB/s 64MB 9.5mm Hard Drive £69.99 @ Dabs

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Found 15th Jan 2014
Good price for a 1TB SSHD with great ratings.

3 day free delivery period. Also available from eBuyer at the same price, but with a 5 day free delivery period.

Don't forget 2.1% TopCashBack.

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Flash memory capacity is 8GB.

Wouldn't it be more cost effective to have a 2 to 3tb SATA HDD in conjunction with a MSATA OCZ, Kingston SSD 16/32gb as cache?

ukez

Wouldn't it be more cost effective to have a 2 to 3tb SATA HDD in … Wouldn't it be more cost effective to have a 2 to 3tb SATA HDD in conjunction with a MSATA OCZ, Kingston SSD 16/32gb as cache?



This is more for a laptop I would have thought?

I'm considering upgrading the hard drive in mine..

This is a good alternative towards upgrading the PS4's HDD.

ukez

Wouldn't it be more cost effective to have a 2 to 3tb SATA HDD in … Wouldn't it be more cost effective to have a 2 to 3tb SATA HDD in conjunction with a MSATA OCZ, Kingston SSD 16/32gb as cache?


Do you have links for these ie 3tb drive and a 32gb ssd. Thats well worth £70.

Boxer

Do you have links for these ie 3tb drive and a 32gb ssd. Thats well worth … Do you have links for these ie 3tb drive and a 32gb ssd. Thats well worth £70.



Who said that you can get a 3TB drive and 32GB ssd for £70?

ukez

Wouldn't it be more cost effective to have a 2 to 3tb SATA HDD in … Wouldn't it be more cost effective to have a 2 to 3tb SATA HDD in conjunction with a MSATA OCZ, Kingston SSD 16/32gb as cache?



Eh? How would that work in my laptop?

lordminty

Eh? How would that work in my laptop?



My bad I thought this was the 3.5 Seagate..

ukez

My bad I thought this was the 3.5 Seagate..



Is this worth the extra money over buying a normal 2.5 HD? It's only about £20 more I think. Despite your slight mistake, you appear to know your stuff so any advice appreciated. Thanks.

picnick

Is this worth the extra money over buying a normal 2.5 HD? It's only … Is this worth the extra money over buying a normal 2.5 HD? It's only about £20 more I think. Despite your slight mistake, you appear to know your stuff so any advice appreciated. Thanks.



Yep, this SSHD drive is well worth the extra £15 to £20 more that the standard 2.5 HDD for the performance gains that you are going to feel when using your laptop, with boot times and load times.

This seems to be the cheapest one around at the moment, so go for it.. Treat yourself!

Have a look at these below just to get an idea:
youtube.com/wat…Y7Y
youtube.com/wat…u6U

Edited by: "ukez" 19th Jan 2014

ukez

Yep, this SSHD drive is well worth the extra £15 to £20 more that the s … Yep, this SSHD drive is well worth the extra £15 to £20 more that the standard 2.5 HDD for the performance gains that you are going to feel when using your laptop, with boot times and load times. This seems to be the cheapest one around at the moment, so go for it.. Treat yourself!Have a look at these below just to get an idea:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tu5xKDcFY7Yhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sra_lWl8u6U



Thanks for that. I was thinking of doing a dual thing with SSD in hard drive space and an HDD in the DVD Drive bay but this all-in-one solution seems to be a more economical solution.
Edited by: "picnick" 19th Jan 2014

iancwatkinson

Cold, cheaper at Amazon.



Could you tell me where I can find it on Amazon for less than £69.99? I was going to buy one but will wait. Thanks.

picnick

Could you tell me where I can find it on Amazon for less than £69.99? I … Could you tell me where I can find it on Amazon for less than £69.99? I was going to buy one but will wait. Thanks.



Apologies, on the mobile, didn't spot this was a hybrid drive as this came us when I was looking for regular drives.

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