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Seagate BarraCuda 4TB SATA III 3.5" Hard Drive (2 Year Warranty) £71.06 @ CCL eBay
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Seagate BarraCuda 4TB SATA III 3.5" Hard Drive (2 Year Warranty) £71.06 @ CCL eBay

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Posted 5th FebEdited by:"DealsDen101"

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Good price for a very high capacity HDD
Versatile. Fast. Dependable, Seagate have around 40 years experience of bringing speed and reliability to our home or work storage options and continue to produce outstanding quality hard drives throughout their entire range.

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The Seagate BarraCuda drive represents the pinnacle of versatility. The 3.5" form factor version slotting straight into any supporting desktop – Seagate BarraCuda is the perfect solution for any storage issue you may have. Depending on the size of the job, Seagate has a drive for you, the 3.5 inch is available in multiple capacities including 1TB, 2TB, 3TB, 4TB, 6TB and 8TB.

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Multi-Tier Caching Technology Seagate BarraCuda hard drives are equipped with MTS or Multi-Tier Caching Technology which takes your PC to a whole new level and allows you to load your applications and files faster than ever before. By applying layers of DRAM, NAND Flash and media cache technologies, Seagate BarraCuda delivers improved read and write performance by optimising data flow.

Fantastic speeds are consistently delivered by Seagate and the new BarraCuda brings through an amazing transfer rate of 6 GB/s over the SATA interface and up to 220 MB/s sustained rate depending on the drive size. Combined with spin speeds of 7200 RPM, the BarraCuda will power through any tasks and provide a solid base to install anything from games to work documents.



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The Seagate BarraCuda series of reliable hard drives are here to stay for years to come. Backed by a 2 year warranty and with more than 20 years experience, Seagate manufactures and delivers super-reliable hard drives. Seagate BarraCuda is often recognised by leading publications and consumers.



Main Features
  • Seagate Barracuda 3.5 inch Hard Disk Drive
  • 4TB Capacity
  • 5400RPM spin speed
  • SATA 6Gb/s interface
  • 256MB cache buffer
  • Seagate AcuTrac Technology
  • Versatile HDDs for all your PC needs bring you industry-leading excellence in personal computing
  • Advanced Power modes help save energy without sacrificing performance
  • 4TB Capacity
  • 5400RPM Spin Speed
  • SATA III Interface
  • 256MB Cache
  • 3.5" Form Factor
  • 2 Year Warranty
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I think for 40 years and not 20 years

Seagate
developed the first 5.25-inch hard disk drive (HDD), the 5-megabyte ST-506, in 1980. They were a major supplier in the microcomputer market during the 1980s, especially after the introduction of the IBM XT in 1983. Today Seagate, along with its competitor Western Digital, dominates the HDD market.
ShootistUK05/02/2020 13:39

I think for 40 years and not 20 yearsSeagate developed the first 5.25-inch …I think for 40 years and not 20 yearsSeagate developed the first 5.25-inch hard disk drive (HDD), the 5-megabyte ST-506, in 1980. They were a major supplier in the microcomputer market during the 1980s, especially after the introduction of the IBM XT in 1983. Today Seagate, along with its competitor Western Digital, dominates the HDD market.


Thanks, didnt know that, I will update the info
Thanks op!

Managed to get a 4TB Ironwolf for my Nas for £86.78:

ebay.co.uk/itm…ff7

Bargain!
ShootistUK05/02/2020 13:39

I think for 40 years and not 20 yearsSeagate developed the first 5.25-inch …I think for 40 years and not 20 yearsSeagate developed the first 5.25-inch hard disk drive (HDD), the 5-megabyte ST-506, in 1980. They were a major supplier in the microcomputer market during the 1980s, especially after the introduction of the IBM XT in 1983. Today Seagate, along with its competitor Western Digital, dominates the HDD market.


5MB
Good price. Thanks
darthbacca3705/02/2020 13:44

Thanks op!Managed to get a 4TB Ironwolf for my Nas for …Thanks op!Managed to get a 4TB Ironwolf for my Nas for £86.78:https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Seagate-IronWolf-4TB-SATA-III-3-5-Hard-Drive-5900RPM-64MB-Cache-/182432448503?hash=item2a79d23ff7Bargain!


Christ, that's tempting. I'm running a pair of 2TB drives at the moment and have been on the fence about moving to 4TB. I've just got a new interest free credit card with a ridiculous limit after seeing a post on HUKD too. This place will ruin me if I'm not careful.
daveroy05/02/2020 14:04

Christ, that's tempting. I'm running a pair of 2TB drives at the moment …Christ, that's tempting. I'm running a pair of 2TB drives at the moment and have been on the fence about moving to 4TB. I've just got a new interest free credit card with a ridiculous limit after seeing a post on HUKD too. This place will ruin me if I'm not careful.


If your 2tb drives are still fine try to not buy it if you can resist
Edited by: "DealsDen101" 5th Feb
daveroy05/02/2020 14:04

Christ, that's tempting. I'm running a pair of 2TB drives at the moment …Christ, that's tempting. I'm running a pair of 2TB drives at the moment and have been on the fence about moving to 4TB. I've just got a new interest free credit card with a ridiculous limit after seeing a post on HUKD too. This place will ruin me if I'm not careful.



I wouldnt be on the look out if I had not been having emails the last few days from my NAS with Bad Sectors starting to creep up. Im currently using 2 old HDD Drives, Almsot 6 years old. Total of 4TB but as they are failing, it was time to bite the bullet and pull the trigger
darthbacca3705/02/2020 14:21

I wouldnt be on the look out if I had not been having emails the last few …I wouldnt be on the look out if I had not been having emails the last few days from my NAS with Bad Sectors starting to creep up. Im currently using 2 old HDD Drives, Almsot 6 years old. Total of 4TB but as they are failing, it was time to bite the bullet and pull the trigger


My drives are fine fortunately but I need more space. I'm have to manage my versioning a little harder than I'd like to stay within the 2TB. I'm not sure whether to stick with what I have and make do, upgrade to two 4TB drives or buy a four bay enclosure and a couple of extra 2TB drives.
My last Seagate Barracuda 2tb was 7200rpm, have they stopped making the faster drives?
rav4cas05/02/2020 15:24

My last Seagate Barracuda 2tb was 7200rpm, have they stopped making the …My last Seagate Barracuda 2tb was 7200rpm, have they stopped making the faster drives?


no they still make them but if you want cooler, quieter and lower power you could buy this 5400rpm for say as a backup drive
ShootistUK05/02/2020 13:39

I think for 40 years and not 20 yearsSeagate developed the first 5.25-inch …I think for 40 years and not 20 yearsSeagate developed the first 5.25-inch hard disk drive (HDD), the 5-megabyte ST-506, in 1980. They were a major supplier in the microcomputer market during the 1980s, especially after the introduction of the IBM XT in 1983. Today Seagate, along with its competitor Western Digital, dominates the HDD market.


Cripes what is this the 80s.. 5400RPM,
rav4cas05/02/2020 15:24

My last Seagate Barracuda 2tb was 7200rpm, have they stopped making the …My last Seagate Barracuda 2tb was 7200rpm, have they stopped making the faster drives?



sure i read somewhere the baracuda "pro" is the 7200rpm version
darthbacca3705/02/2020 13:44

Thanks op!Managed to get a 4TB Ironwolf for my Nas for …Thanks op!Managed to get a 4TB Ironwolf for my Nas for £86.78:https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Seagate-IronWolf-4TB-SATA-III-3-5-Hard-Drive-5900RPM-64MB-Cache-/182432448503?hash=item2a79d23ff7Bargain!


How you getting that price for 4tb, has it gone up?
Edited by: "WuckFit" 5th Feb
WuckFit05/02/2020 20:46

How you getting that price for 4tb, has it gone up?


Looks like it's gone up £12 :/ damn!
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