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Seagate BarraCuda 2TB SATA III 3.5" Hard Drive £52.98 Delivered @ CCLOnline
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Seagate BarraCuda 2TB SATA III 3.5" Hard Drive £52.98 Delivered @ CCLOnline

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Posted 19th FebEdited by:"benhornsby1999"

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1TB £36.95 - cclonline.com/pro…82/

Key Features:
  • 2TB Capacity
  • 7200RPM Spin Speed
  • SATA III Interface
  • 256MB Cache
  • 3.5" Form Factor
  • 2 Year Warranty
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I was just looking at the 1tb drive for my plex build but this is a food price for double the storage.

1tb is also now £33
Edited by: "BenHunt" 19th Feb
Just under £2 cheaper on amazon with prime, if it’s the exact same as this one - Seagate 3.5 Inch 2 TB BarraCuda Internal Hard Drive - Silver amazon.co.uk/dp/…879
buyer10119/02/2020 18:26

Just under £2 cheaper on amazon with prime, if it’s the exact same as this …Just under £2 cheaper on amazon with prime, if it’s the exact same as this one - Seagate 3.5 Inch 2 TB BarraCuda Internal Hard Drive - Silver https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B075WWN4QJ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_P2xtEb55EK879


I "think" that might be an older model, as the "click here for a new model" is £54.47

amazon.co.uk/Sea…55Q
But I think you're right looking at the manufacturers codes
Edited by: "zcaprd7" 19th Feb
Seems pointless to pay so much per Terabyte for such a small drive
zcaprd719/02/2020 18:50

But I think you're right looking at the manufacturers codes


I had a quick look at work earlier. Heat added anyway, I’m looking for a 2TB for games and doubt it’ll get cheaper looking at graphs. Maybe with an eBay code.
Edited by: "buyer101" 19th Feb
This is a deal, definitely. But it's silly that we're still having to pay this much for 2TB HDDs in 2020...
Very specific but I have a Lenovo thinkcentre pc that appears to have a failing hard drive. If I was to purchase one of these do I just pop in in place of the existing seagate sata? I'm not a computer expert but have upgraded ram on a few machines over the years but that's about it!
OFAH19/02/2020 22:28

Very specific but I have a Lenovo thinkcentre pc that appears to have a …Very specific but I have a Lenovo thinkcentre pc that appears to have a failing hard drive. If I was to purchase one of these do I just pop in in place of the existing seagate sata? I'm not a computer expert but have upgraded ram on a few machines over the years but that's about it!



If the failing drive is NOT the boot drive, replace and go. Format in your OS, ready to use.

If the failing drive IS the boot drive, you should seriously consider replacing with an SSD instead, and have an HDD as a secondary / data drive. This gets more involved and requires drive cloning or - better still - a fresh OS install, but is likely worth it.
Edited by: "chischis" 19th Feb
I just bought one yesterday from CCL. Ordered more than £50 for free delivery and it was £49.99. get something cheap, like a sata cable for £1.09 and get them both for £51.08, £1.90 cheaper than this alone. Also, go via Quidco for 1% off. Gotta do it right, fella!
Edited by: "Blurigard" 20th Feb
SSD drive or this for games?
BobbyUK20/02/2020 12:19

SSD drive or this for games?


SSD will be faster but more expensive/GB. So it depends on your needs and budget.
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