Toshiba P300 2TB 7200RPM 3.5" SATA Hard drive  - Amazon
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Toshiba P300 2TB 7200RPM 3.5" SATA Hard drive - Amazon

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Found 24th Feb
HDWD120UZSVA Toshiba P300 2TB 7200RPM 3.5" SATA

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heard Toshiba aren't the most reliable drives
kamikazilucas14 m ago

heard Toshiba aren't the most reliable drives


All anecdotal. My anecdote is that I bought 5 2TB drives back in about january 2015, one of those drives failed 6 months outside the 2 year warranty and the rest are going strong.

This particular model is however really noisy! Definitely not suitable for a living room media PC or a bedroom server.
kamikazilucas14 m ago

heard Toshiba aren't the most reliable drives


I hear that about every manufacturer at some point.
Backblaze publish drive reliability reports for a large sample size from their data centres.
CampGareth41 m ago

All anecdotal. My anecdote is that I bought 5 2TB drives back in about …All anecdotal. My anecdote is that I bought 5 2TB drives back in about january 2015, one of those drives failed 6 months outside the 2 year warranty and the rest are going strong.This particular model is however really noisy! Definitely not suitable for a living room media PC or a bedroom server.


The most noisiest drive I have , pushed me to move my server to the loft although that was always going to happen eventually.
Wow! Finally a 2TB hard drive which is cheaper than before the 2011 Thailand Tsunami. I paid £55 for a Seagate 2TB drive 'back in the day'
good price. I bought one( for £60) April 2017 and I'm really impressed it's performance.
Edited by: "tuziol84" 24th Feb
Interesting last few deals you've posted, hard drives and soft prawn.
Must be all the coffee machines keeping you awake at night.
Keep on trucking.
friar_chris5 h, 8 m ago

Wow! Finally a 2TB hard drive which is cheaper than before the 2011 …Wow! Finally a 2TB hard drive which is cheaper than before the 2011 Thailand Tsunami. I paid £55 for a Seagate 2TB drive 'back in the day'



Exactly the WD greens were £50 and they have never recovered since I expected 3tb drives to be £50 or less.
Bought this drive from Amazon earlier this week. Running in a system consisting of 2 x SSD’s with this as the backup drive I can’t hear a sound out of it, so not sure where the complaints about noise come from.
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