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Seagate 2TB SATA 6Gbps Hard Drive (latest one) ST2000DL003 at £65.99inc VAT with free shipping to forum members! @ Overclockers
Seagate 2TB SATA 6Gbps Hard Drive (latest one) ST2000DL003 at £65.99inc VAT with free shipping to forum members! @ Overclockers

Seagate 2TB SATA 6Gbps Hard Drive (latest one) ST2000DL003 at £65.99inc VAT with free shipping to forum members! @ Overclockers

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Seagate Barracuda Green SATA 6Gb/s 2TB Hard Drive - OEM (ST2000DL003) at £65.99 inc VAT and free shipping to any forum members with the free shipping enabled. Saw this and figured I would post it up. The site says they have stock too so this could be a cool drive to rival the F4 2TB? I bought one anyway :P

Johnny

Barracuda® Green drives from Seagate save you time. Available now with SATA 6Gb/s interface and 64MB cache and combined with the industry's only 5900-RPM spin speed, you can be sure you're getting the best performance in the green-power drive category.

Seagate SmartAlign™ technology simplifies your transition to the Advanced Format (AF), 4K standard. There is no need for time-consuming integration utilities required by similar AF drives.

- Direct Attached Storage devices–USB/FireWire/eSATA
- Network Attached Storage devices and Windows storage servers
- Eco friendly PCs
- High-capacity desktop storage

Features

- A unique 5900-RPM speed delivers the fastest-performance eco friendly drive available.
- Seagate SmartAlign technology allows you to get all the benefits of the new Advanced Format 4K sector standard without any hassle–no utilities, no extra steps.
- The SATA 6Gb/s interface and 64MB cache maximize performance.
- Low power consumption combined with leadership in the use of environmental compliance materials means you don't have to sacrifice environmental stewardship for performance.
- Cool, quiet operation

- Capacity: 2TB
- Interface: SATA 6Gb/s
- Spindle speed: 5900RPM
- Cache size: 64MB
- Warranty: 3 Years

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£74.69 delivered

how does this compare to a 7200rpm 2TB drive?

What's the best deal on a 7200 drive?
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