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Western Digital Caviar WD10EACS 1TB SATA drive
Western Digital Caviar WD10EACS 1TB SATA drive

Western Digital Caviar WD10EACS 1TB SATA drive

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Cheapest ever 1TB drive?

Western Digital Caviar GP 1TB WD10EACS SATAII 7200rpm 16mb Cache - OEM

Same drive and spec as the recent offer from Aria but slightly cheaper. Plus the Aria one only lets you buy one drive at this price. I just bought four of these from Tekheads for a 4TB RAID array.

Postage is from £5.50 for next day or collect for free!

8 Comments

Original Poster

No problem.

Can't understand the cold votes. Any of you care to explain?

mbriody;3007337

No problem.Can't understand the cold votes. Any of you care to explain?



Probably Technophobes, looks good to me, I paid around £90 a month ago for my 1TB Seagate SATA HD.

Have some heat. :thumbsup:

Slight error in the description, this is a 5400rpm drive not a 7200rpm ones.

A great drive though, good performance, very quiet and much less power consumption than other 1TB drives. A very nice price too, although it's a shame they're charging so much for postage.

Original Poster

Most of the sites I've checked quote this as a 7200 RPM drive. This review ]here (linked to by Western Digital) states that it achieves its low power rating by "variable spinning speed: 5,400 - 7,200 RPM".

EndlessWaves;3007657

Slight error in the description, this is a 5400rpm drive not a 7200rpm … Slight error in the description, this is a 5400rpm drive not a 7200rpm ones.A great drive though, good performance, very quiet and much less power consumption than other 1TB drives. A very nice price too, although it's a shame they're charging so much for postage.

For this price you can get a Samsung F1 from Aria (SuperSpecials) - so voting cold

Jakg;3009075

For this price you can get a Samsung F1 from Aria (SuperSpecials) - so … For this price you can get a Samsung F1 from Aria (SuperSpecials) - so voting cold



Gotta agree there

mbriody;3007337

No problem.Can't understand the cold votes. Any of you care to explain?



Most people like to see delivered price. Apart from that this only have 16mb cache.

personally after dealing with company i'd go elsewhere,i had to chase them up for a refund which took around 8 weeks in total,and ended up paying a restocking fee of 20% as they supplied a monitor with dead pixels but there policy is not to give a full refund if theres less than 7? factor in the 20% and its always going to be cheaper to go elsewhere
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