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Seagate BarraCuda - 4 TB internal hard drive, Silver,ST4000DM004 £85.49 @ Amazon
Found 8th JulFound 8th Jul
Cheap 4 TB, great price for additional storage, thinking of getting two for a CCTV DVR

Curry's will price match.


Did Seagate fix their longstanding reliability issues?


Around 8th of May Amazon had a good price on this HDD :)


They're usually this price so nothing special. Been around this price since march


Standard Amazon warning about buying hard drives - put some cushions under your letterbox as they'll pack this in a cardboard envelope and lob it through your letterbox. Just hope that the delivery driver doesn't throw it around, drop it or put anything on top of it for the remainder of it's journey .....

Integral 120GB P Series 5 SATA III 2.5" SSD Drive £24.99 but £21.69 with 4% Quidco + £2.50 Quidco Bonus + Free Delivery @ MyMemory
Found 28th JunFound 28th Jun
Currently selling on MyMemory for £24.99. Go via Quidco to get 4% cashback (tracking at £0.83), plus £2.50 bonus cashback (activate it beforehand!), making it only £21.69!!! Bargai… Read more
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Dam feel sorry for you if your wife is like that, obviously chats a lot of rubbish and sounds very high maintenance


Use a lot of software and stuff so would be unsuitable for my purposes


Oh joy, mine just failed after a whole 80 hours of on-time, can't erase,clone,boot etc and hangs my system if plugged in waiting for i/o How's the MyMemory customer support? :( Thankfully nothing of value lost (test rig ssd) but a definite word of warning from me!


you sound like my wife on her hen do to the dam (party)


cheers OP will be lovely boot SSD for the 2016 server.

Heads Up. New Product. 2.5'' --9.5mm-- Toshiba L200 SATA 2TB PMR 5400rpm Internal Hard Drive + free 5 day delivery. @ Ebuyer
Found 25th JunFound 25th Jun
A standard spinning rust internal SATA hard drive but with a 2TB capacity in a 9.5mm form factor using Perpendicular Magnetic Recording - PMR not Shingled Magnetic Recording (slowe… Read more
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If this is bulk, the warranty is likely to be 12 months I had a Toshiba drive fail after 2 yrs 6 months and even though the toshiba warranty site said it was in warranty, because it was a bulk/oem drive, they said the warranty wasn't valid. The retailer (ebuyer) said the warranty with them was 12 months so tough. Their site says: Service & Support Limited warranty - 3 years but it says Manufacturer Warranty. This is unlikely to be true as it's not a retail product.


Seagate Barracuda 2.5" 2TB is 7 mm form factor so compatible with much more laptops for £63.64. The Seagate SMR firmware is perfectly fine and just as fast as most PMR drives. Or if you don't like that, you could always get the FireCuda with SSD caching when it goes on sale. I wouldn't buy anything from eBuyer any more, but deal regardless.


More cowbell.


But no HDMI though...


And yes this would work inside a PS4

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WD WDBBGB0080HBK-EESN My Book Desktop Hard Drive - 8TB - Black £155.98 @ Amazon
Found 11th JunFound 11th Jun
Equipped with WD Backup software for Windows and Apple Time Machine compatibility for Mac Works with acronis true image WD edition software to schedule full system backups Passwo… Read more
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Check out Slickdeals and maybe use the alert and it might drop to the special $135 while you are there. If you go in best buy make sure to get the made in Thailand version of the Easystore rather than China. Usually these drives are in 2 sections of the store.


I just checked the US best buy site and it's currently discounted to $169 (plus taxes depending on state). Still a better deal, but not as big a price difference. I only checked because I'm going to be in the USA soon and would jump at the chance to get this stuff so cheap! This is a good deal, considering the price it usually goes for in the UK.

malhal I have received two "my book 8TB" today from a german electronic market and have taken them apart: 2x WD80EZAZ (White label with metal strips) = US7SAL080 = Ultrastar He10-8 SATA (3.3v reset, source WDBBGB0080HBK-EESN) MADE IN THAILAND, 5400 rpm, 256MB Cache, Date: AUG 2017 TLER / SCT Error Recovery Control: Disabled BUT enableable with "smartctl -l scterc,70,70 <disk>" My "solution" was to pull the 3.3V (orange) wire from that particular sata connector and cap/tape it off (shown in linked pics). Look at that, immediately spun up and working. I've seen other people say use a molex to sata adapter as that also ignores the 3.3V line, but I've also seen a lot of posts about these melting, so do with that what you will.


Ah thanks that's good to know I will run that tool to see what it is without shucking. Luckily these are for a NAS so all good. We always pay over the odds so I am happy to save with these at least. Cheers.


Even if it is a red or has a generic white label its the same helium drive by HGST whom WD acquired. White obviously has lower resell value and can have enterprise power connector which needs a pin disconnected to work with some power supplies. The cache can also very. You can use DriveDX to see the model without shucking. If it is made in Thailand rather than CHina it is your best chance at a 256MB cache WD Red (vs 128MB in others). Still too expensive tho, cheaper in USA at $130 at Best Buy. These drives are extremely noisy so not suitable for inside a desktop

Seagate BarraCuda 4TB Desktop Hard Drive 3.5" SATA III 6GBs 256MB Cache - £85.49 @ Novatech
Found 2nd JunFound 2nd Jun
£10 cheaper than i can find elsewhere. Needed to find a bigger drive for all my games, and this came up via pc part picker. Bought one, installed in my PC and no issues so far. 2… Read more
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Says 3tb on pc photo btw


This seems to be the best price per TB I could find. Would be nice if they started stating the price per TB beside the main price. Also take into consideration that these are 5400RPM, good for storage and holding files, but would recommend the slightly faster RPM if you plan to have this as say your secondary drive for games you don't need so much on demand.


Is it dribble though? They are valid points to someone who completely forgets to take such things into consideration, but yeah dribble if you argue it's not a good buy. Better to fit one HDD in your computer rather than say four, just to play it safe, but if you don't see yourself reaching 50% capacity then it's not dribble, you're basically over purchasing and the days you end up filling it will be the days you lose the drive.


Can anybody comment if these are noisy? I had a 1TB WD that vibrated my pc like crazy


I’m sure it’s a good deal but having just tried to swap the head array assembly on my 5.4 year old ST3100524AS and noticed that the original heads crashed into the platter, I’m gonna take a break from Seagates for a while.

Seagate BarraCuda 2 TB 2.5 Inch Internal Hard Drive (7 mm Form Factor, 128 MB Cache SATA 6 GB/s Up to 140 MB/s) - £62.61 @ Amazon *Dropped another pound from yesterday and no longer prime exclusive*
Found 2nd JunFound 2nd Jun
Seagate BarraCuda 25 2.5" 2TB 5400RPM SATA 6Gb/s HDD have been searching for another internal drive for my laptop and dound this. Under 'other sellers' there are new drives for sa… Read more

Not sure, however I do know that Seagate make it VERY difficult to return a drive to them for refund; if you cannot return via the people you bought it from, you are screwed. Why?? Because they specify a HDD packaging box that can only be bought in packs of 200; and that I have never seen sold "Retail" individually. The 200 pack costs far more than most consumer HDDs, and returning a faulty drive in anything else - even the HDD box it came in; and you dont get a refund OR replacement. For this reason, I dont buy Seagate; in fact the only Seagate drives I have laid hands on in the last 10 years are ones that family and friends got inside pre-built systems, all of which died.


I was told by Seagate that warranty is from date of manufacture and not date of purchase.... i.e. I paid through the nose for an Enterprise and got less than 5 years warranty. Is this the same with other manufacturers?


Seagate HDD drives are the most unreliable on the market - hence so many recertified offers popping up on here. Western Digital failure rates are about 25% of Seagates, and Hitachi failure rates are about 1% of Seagates. (Toshiba rates are somewhere inbetween WD and Hitachi). Which brand do you really want to trust your data to??


SEAGATE Backup Plus Portable Hard Drive - 2 TB, Black - £66.99 Would be this be a better buy? I've seen videos on YouTube that show easy disassembly. Then the old drive could be used as smaller external drive. Does anyone have one and are the 2018 ones easy open and more importantly are the drives Sata? or have they changed them since the YouTube vids seem old. P:)


Depends on the game too i guess

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Seagate Barracuda - 2 TB internal hard drive (3.5", 64 MB SATA cache from 6 GB/s up to 210 MB/s), silver £49.99 @Amazon
Found 22nd MayFound 22nd May
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They don't come as 4 or 5TB models.


I said earlier in post go for seagate firequda because they are top of the range ones and free 5 years warranty.


You need with 5 years warranty if you use for cctv. I was dull when bought with 2 years and had to replace after 2.5 years.


Thanks for the advice @RiverDragon8 & @wizk1 Does anybody know what hard drives comes as standard in the VM TIVO boxes?


WD Discontinued their green line for 3.5" hard drives. For surveillance, I agree with the recommendation for purple.

Seagate Backup Plus Hub 8TB External Desktop Hard Drive Storage (STEL8000100) @ Amazon £147.01 US Import
Found 13th MayFound 13th May
Two integrated high-speed USB 3.0 ports on the front allow you to connect and recharge your other USB devices Formatted for Windows computers out of the box Install the provided … Read more

You are missing nothing !!! US Kit with no UK Plug and No Warranty -------> All Risk & Costs !!! Only of use to people who will be pulling the drives for use elsewhere i.e. their own NAS's or Servers etc and will take the Warranty hit for the saving. Personally, for one or two drives it is a NO. For more where there will be some coverage via their use as 'SPARES' in a RAID or ZFS setup for instance, it may be worth it. BTW: The price is constantly moving upwards due to exchange rates etc.


Am I missing something? Amazon UK offering this for £147.34, including delivery and import fees deposit: Here


Not much use without warranty !!! Unless you intend to pull the drives out and use them elsewhere, when you would lose the warranty anyway. Drives do fail and warranty at least gets the drive replaced.


No UK plug adaptor supplied?

Toshiba 3TB SATA III 3.5" Hard Drive £58.91 @ CCL
Found 11th MayFound 11th May
Free Delivery

Has went up a couple quid. Will expire


£60.76 for me :(


Cracking drives with a great reputation, but no the cheapest out there for them. These do quite well for heavier uses too, have a pair of them running in a homeserver with non-24/7 usage and they work great as backup drives. Keep the more expensive NAS drives for the hot data. :)


Under £20 per TB new, very nice! Have some heat


Shows up as £61.27 for me. EDIT: Ignore this, desktop version of site shows this price.

Toshiba MK3276GSX 320GB SATA 3GB/s 5400rpm 2.5 Inch Internal Hard Drive £20.49 @ Number 1 Hard Drive Specialist - Bipra Limited Amazon
Found 24th AprFound 24th Apr
Price:£20.49 & FREE Delivery in the UK this might not be for everyone but seems a cheap drive if you have got an oldish laptop thats got a lot of life left in it and have got… Read more

Please, be-have yourself original poster - what an atrotious idea you thought you had


If it works for you that's fine of course, out of interest do you have an SSD in a PC?


personally i cannot see the problem,i do not want a super fast laptop thats why i posted this deal,i just want one that i can use for internet and store files and for videos,it does not bother me about boot times,and i have never had a mechanical hard drive fail on me yet touch wood ,but thats just me thanx for your input


To be honest I'd rather a £25 china crap 60GB SSD drive with no storage and make do with the cloud or USB stick than ever go back to mechanical drives. My work laptop still has a mechanical drive and I hate every single millisecond that I have to use it....sorry OP, I think you'd have to be insane to willingly install one into a laptop or PC, other than for a person that you particularly dislike :D


I went by the reviews, look at the one star ones all suggest they are old second hand drives. "Have just arranged a return, it’s blatantly not new, I only checked after seeing 2013 on it and you can see the marks where it had been screwed in previously."

WD My Book 8TB Desktop Hard Drive £164.89 at Amazon (UK)
Found 22nd AprFound 22nd Apr
Style Name: 1 Bay Capacity: 8 TB Product information Technical Details Brand name: WD Item Weight: 962 g Product Dimensions: 13.9 x 4.9 x 17.1 cm Item model number: WDBBGB0080HB… Read more

And there I was trying to save my money... this is too good of a deal to miss. Thanks OP


I used this video as guidance. Did not require any 3.3v mod mentioned elsewhere.


It actually works out as just under £160 from the US...


One of the two previous "Deals" threads I quoted in the thread description provides this information: [ ] tatoo1 24th Mar --- So shucked the driving which took about 5mins. Inside was a white label. WD80EZAZ. 5400 rpm, 256MB Cache. Ran a few tests and have thrown it into a NAS and it fired up fine. ---


anyone knows what drive inside is?

Seagate 6TB Backup Plus HUB External Desktop Hard Drive (+ possible Quidco/TCB), for £104.99, at Maplin
Found 20th AprFound 20th Apr
Seagate 6TB Backup Plus HUB External Desktop Hard Drive (+ possible Quidco/TCB), for £104.99, at Maplin. Now before anyone asks, this external hard drive is excellent for XBOX. B… Read more

I'd so rip the hard drive out and stick it in a 3.5inch bay with a sata cable.


BoSton not Bolton


Dammit, got excited there, Bolton is only 11 miles away from me. Put in my postcode and they have one in BOSTON 115.1 miles away!!! (mad) Maybe next time (lol)


Any good for xbox one !!!!!!


I saw those. At least 100 miles from me. I'm not going to vote it hot, sorry, the sheep may :)

Inateck USB 3.0 to SATA Hard Drive Enclosure for 2.5 Inch SATA HDDs/SSDs for £9.10 prime /  £13.08 non prime Sold by Inateck and Fulfilled by Amazon
Found 18th AprFound 18th Apr
Use This coupon code ZOR6Q7T7 for discount Package Content: FE2013 x 1 USB A 3.0 to USB A 3.0 Cable (50 cm) x1 Manual Instruction x1 Parameters: Dimensions: 132.6x81.5x15.6m… Read more
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You love your inateck deals don't you Luke seeing it's all you've posted deals for. I got one of these free to review, talk about unreliable. Even for free I couldn't bring myself to give the obligatory five star review.


The newer ones come with USB C/ USB 3.1 interface which is much faster.


I bought one of these for £8. They're a tenner now, but you don't have to have Prime to get that price


There is also this one for£7.99 in the price comparison.


I bought an older version of this (FE2010) a couple of years ago and was very pleased with the speeds. Good price, heat added.

Transcend 240GB SSD220S, 2.5 inch Solid State Drive SSD £49.97 @ Amazon
Found 17th AprFound 17th Apr
As an alternative to the ebuyer deal

you were 100% right - i installed from fresh - no problems previously i had cloned the windows 10 os via this guide carefully - which didnt work


£68.60 now.


can't see why not but why, not much space for games and ssd for system alone is not gonna change much that's certainly down to either formatting, partitioning or clonning. it should work.


£64.16 now.


if you happen to own an older hp compaq DC7800 model (or that ilk) - dont buy this or any other SSD for it - they'll not be recognized I cloned the os partition onto the integral ssd (deal of recent days) and it just will not see it (skeptical)

Seagate Backup Plus Hub 8TB External Desktop Hard Drive Storage £138.73 Sold by
Found 16th AprFound 16th Apr
I have been looking for one of these for a while. I know a slightly cheaper version has been posted, but that model doesn't have the connectivity of this. Use a fee-free card to g… Read more
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20+ purchases. Not a single issue to date. Super efficient and reliable. Just read their T&C. It is all in there and they guarantee no extra costs.


I know just wondering what peoples experience of Amazon Global had been like so far, seems too good be true buy cheap and avoid admin fees from couriers


The whole point of Amazon Global is that you are paying them to pay the customs. Their guarantee is that if it costs more than they charged, they will NOT charge you any more, but if it costs less, they WILL refund you. Personally never had a refund or heard of anyone who has but their charge always seems a little on the low side of what customs would cost me after the event if I had shipped it myself anyway.


How are Amazon Global at paying customs? Anyone had any problems? This is the only worry I have buying from £30 saving would be easily wiped out by problems with vat


Oh, I know. It was just to counter the usual folk who come on and state "already posted/cold as posted cheaper". This is a decent drive and I haven't seen it at this price before. Hopefully will help someone else as well.

Seagate 4 TB BarraCuda 3.5 Inch 5400 RPM Internal Hard Drive, £82.22 delivered from
Found 12th AprFound 12th Apr
Best price on this drive as I was looking to upgrade my storage. Roughly £9 cheaper than the next option. Some buyers may end up paying postage. But should still work out cheaper
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Can be used as weapon. I wish they made light weight version s of these


I doubt many people buy a 5400rpm drive as a boot drive and 5400rpm is fine for anything else.


Yeah I actually posted it to equal around £74, I guess the mods changed it to accommodate costs and postage


Not bad for the capacity however 5400rpm is woefully slow these days...


Thanks for the deal, came out slightly cheaper for me. EUR 84,90 + 5.86 delivery. Should be around £78.53 using a no fee card and paying in euros instead of using Amazons conversion rate.

2TB Crucial MX300 SSD - £239.98  Ebuyer
Found 10th AprFound 10th Apr
This is really cheap for a 2TB SSD, price elsewhere, using amazon as an example is £424.43. Just ordered one myself, 18 in stock.
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Cancelled my website and eBay order.


Guessing they cancelled everyones order?


Discounted on website and no longer available on eBay. Guessing end of line clearance or someone's cocked up on the pricing. Great find anyway!


Those 3 sold out about 10 minutes after my post


Out of stock but still 3 available on Ebuyer eBay site here: Although a little more at £255.90 but still a great price


Thanks just grabbed one from amazon £49.99 now


I have got my game coupon code on 26 March basicaly a day after purchase.


Not a bad price in 2011 before the Tsunami. Oh wait, that was 7 years ago.....why so expensive STILL?! Also eBuyer: you may as well have had you warranty washed away by a tsunami wave.


AVOID EBUYER! They will not honour the warranty if item fails with a replacement. In my case a Hard Drive failed with 10 months of purchase, Ebuyer provided me with an RMA label to return the item to them. Once I returned the item, they emailed me to so they will issue a partial refund of my purchase price as the item was used for 10 months. Just buy from Amazon and save yourself the poor customer service experience. Just advice...


Back in stock at Amazon for £52.95.

Crucial MX500 1TB £203.99 - Amazon - £203.99
Found 29th MarFound 29th Mar
Just got a notification from camelcamelcamel that this drive has dropped in price to £203.99. Lowest price It's been on Amazon. Description: Sequential reads/writes up to 560/5… Read more

Every time I see a SSD "deal" I appreciate more and more the Black Friday deal I was able to get 2 years ago. Crucial 750GB payed 120€ in Amazon Spain. The same day, the 500GB version was 130 and the 250GB was 98.


It's this price as they price matched ebuyer.


Still a long way to go. I picked up an MX300 750gb for £104 in late 2016. Ok it was a super hot deal at the time but we are a long way from anything like that price now.


Good price


Looking at all the ssd talk, 20 to 30% is being quoted for reduction in prices this year. Buy or wait, can't make up my mind.

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