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Seagate Barracuda 7200.9 500GB SATA-II 8MB Cache - £68.15 or £77 delivered
Seagate Barracuda 7200.9 500GB SATA-II 8MB Cache - £68.15 or £77 delivered

Seagate Barracuda 7200.9 500GB SATA-II 8MB Cache - £68.15 or £77 delivered

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Don't know if this will work as it's my first time posting something but here goes.

It's a week only offer so I'm guessing it'll be on for he next 7 days

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[SIZE=2]This is for a SATA not IDE type hard drive folks. Make sure you know what you need before buying.[/SIZE]
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[SIZE=2]Very good drive though - my home build from last year uses 300GB versions of this drive.[/SIZE]

Get the 16mb cache version from ebuyer from the same price, £10 less if the googlecash thing is still running

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datamile

Get the 16mb cache version from ebuyer from the same price, £10 less if … Get the 16mb cache version from ebuyer from the same price, £10 less if the googlecash thing is still running]http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/97633



I thought I'd never say this, but ebuyer has better customer services and reputation than OCers

Not in my experience. I've never had any trouble from Overclockers, but loads from ebuyer. They still owe me money!

Check out this review of the first 1TB (1000GB, base 10 not base 2) HDD: tomshardware.co.uk/200…uk/

Sorry gotta vote cold, better spec for less at ebuyer.
Oc's return process is horriffic - £20 or so charges for testing AND you get stung for postage at an insane rate if they deem it to be working.

Banned

Don't buy from OCUK unless you're a card carrying member of the KKK or BNP.

borandi

Not in my experience. I've never had any trouble from Overclockers, but … Not in my experience. I've never had any trouble from Overclockers, but loads from ebuyer. They still owe me money!Check out this review of the first 1TB (1000GB, base 10 not base 2) HDD: http://tomshardware.co.uk/2007/04/17/hitachi_7k1000_terabyte_hard_drive_uk/



Patterned media could be ready for market at around 2010, while Hitachi doesn't expect thermally-assisted writing to be ready before 2013. Combining both technologies could yield a capacity of up to 50 TB in 3.5" drives or 12 TB in a 2.5" drive for notebooks.

Imagine that going wrong with 50TB of downloads on it lol
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