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Seagate 4TB External Hard Drive £79.04 Samsung Evo+ 256GB Micro SDXC U3 Card £68.80 Mymemory with code
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It's not misleading at all, you and the other bloke need to learn how to read.


Clearly structured post - no need to be angry for your duplicate post


Cold. Misleading title. Poorly structured post. Doesn't even mention the TopCashBack you can get, not that the mods care!


There is a price after each item like on every multiple post on this site - no idea why some people would think it's misleading


Maybe a quick edit to say Seagate 4TB External Hard Drive £79.04 "or" Samsung Evo+ 256GB Micro SDXC U3 Card £68.80 Mymemory with code

Seagate Expansion 4TB USB 3.0 Desktop Drive - Black £82.99 @ Argos eBay store
Found 17th JunFound 17th Jun
Seagate Expansion 4TB USB 3.0 Desktop Drive - Black -From the Argos Shop on ebay Brand New With a 12 Month Argos Guarantee The Seagate Expansion portable drive is compact and per… Read more

Works with Xbox made up. Came today. Thanks

anuruddha Is it same like amazon selling for £96 currently? Is it 2018 model?(highfive)


It is portable. Just a usb connection with no power supply needed


Thanks, is it desktop or portable


Delivered today and it’s 2.5

QNAP 8TB TS-453A-4G with 4 x Seagate ST2000VN004 Ironwolf HDD Bundle - £409.97 @ Amazon
Found 12th JunFound 12th Jun
currently out of stock, can still order it
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Not dispatched yet ETA is Monday


Delivered this morning. I am working away at the moment so won't be able to set it up for another week. I already have an older QNAP (TS-459) which never had problems running PLEX media server so I expect this to be able to be okay as well.


Any sign of yours? Amazon emailed me to say it's delayed.


Only got the drives although have the 2 bay version but afraid don’t use Plex and away from home at present or would have setup to try it


Any of you lads received yours and set it up wondering if you use plex and its transcoding well on it?

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Seagate Expansion 4TB usb 3 / pc / Xbox/ PlayStation £77.98 used good/ £88.61 new @ Amazon Warehouse
Found 5th JunFound 5th Jun
Neatly organise and store all your files, without having to worry about running out of space.  Plug and play With no software to install, you'll find installation has never been… Read more

Ordered a new one, cheers OP (y)


Mains powered meh


Effectively no warranty, so why bother?


If this doesn't go mega hot I will lose all my faith in HOUKD


I'd definitely go for new for the minimal price difference. Good find OP! Lots of hard drive deals lately.

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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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.


Don’t want to put this post down at all as for the price it is hot, but my personal preference with hard drives are the HGST drives which have very good ratings and and the lowest drive failure rates according to Backblaze. Imo it’s worth spending more if the data you store is important but obviously you should have backups separately. Just my two cents (embarrassed)


I've been building PCs for about 28 years. In that time I've had 3 Samsung spinpoint drives die, about 6 seagate drives die, 1 maxtor (pre seagate) which was about 10 years old and 0 WD drives die. The Samsung drives were those dodgy 3TB drives which had a high failure rate. Didn't have many read or write cycles as they were part of a server raid. I had 2 seagate drives which died after 18 months in a Raid. Died within a couple of weeks of each other. One external that died after being filled first use. One dead on arrival. One that went pop in a PC. Component on control board exploded. One had bad pins on the sata connector which bent when plugged into a Dock. Had to solder wires directly to the control board to get data off. Personal experience over a long time with different models, form factors, sizes and technologies can only point to one thing for me. Seagate drives are often cheaper than the equivalent WD but for me I'm only using WD from now on.


All hard drives fail eventually depending on load and usage. Everyone swears by one manufacturer and belittles anyone who disagrees with them - personal experience is good but if you want to make informed decisions based off of real testing take a look at Backblaze:

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 4 TB Game Drive, Xbox One (Plug and Play) Game Pass Special Edition £99.99 also PS4 option available @amazon
Found 1st JunFound 1st Jun
Sick of running out of storage and having to delete games off your Xbox One to make room for others ? I am .. you need one of these Seagate STEA4000407 4 TB Game Drive, Xbox Game P… Read more

Sorry bud .. i have no idea if affects the game play .. good question that


Are these drives partly responsible for how the game runs or are these merely a source point for the data to run the game? Bare with my question as I may be incorrect but do some of these drives work at quicker data transfer rate than others? If so does that rate have any bearing on frame rate and gameplay etc?




I know that bud, just someones commented about it works for ps4 and xbox one as there is different options when purchasing .. i would of thought they had different formats for the plug and play without messing with any settings .. get the 2 month game pass as a bonus with the xbox special edition special branded one


Anyone know what actual drive is inside? I got a WD 4TB for this purpose and it was a 5400rpm drive inside, but it seems okay so far. Is this Seagate one a 7200rpm drive inside?

Seagate Game Drive Hub for Xbox 8TB Storage With Dual USB Ports (STGG8000400) at Amazon for £149.99
Found 30th MayFound 30th May
Official Designed for Xbox accessory - 8TB capacity with storage for 200+ Xbox games Dual front-facing USB 3.0 ports Plug-and-play setup gets you up and playing in seconds and pr… Read more
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I am using the last one I bought and its running at around 120MB/s write - this is on a 10Gb network with a 40Gb backbone. I guess not all of these were made equal :)


The one I have just received is ST8000DM004-2CX188. Sequential Read/Write is 178/176 MB/s.


So no real proof then. Yep lets leave this here.


Still one in stock - can't justify it when I can buy a 1Tb Xbox One from MusicMagpie for the same! Heat added btw!

Thahleel This sort of explains the process of semiconductor binning. A very similar strategy is used for hard drive binning, as discussed in this academic reference which investigates the case of image retrieval: If you still don't believe me, I don't have to explain any further, and neither do I have time to be squabbling about facts about manufacturing in the technology industry.

Seagate 4TB USB 3.0 Portable 2.5 Inch External Hard Drive @ Amazon
Found 30th MayFound 30th May
Twice the storage capacity of comparably-sized portable drives Ideal add-on storage for your PC, Xbox One or PS4 Drag and drop file saving, right out of the box Powered by USB, … Read more
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Hello all, just wanted to share with you the features of this drive.


How would any of us know what you see? Why don't you say whether or not you can see it?


Not seeing a £5 promo code on the android app here?


Have been using a Seagate drive for the last 3 years. And no problems yet

Seagate STEB4000200 Expansion 4 TB USB 3.0 Desktop 3.5 Inch External Hard Drive for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 - Black, £88.61​, at Amazon
Found 29th MayFound 29th May
Seagate STEB4000200 Expansion 4 TB USB 3.0 Desktop 3.5 Inch External Hard Drive for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 - Black, £88.61, at Amazon. It's now even cheaper now, then this… Read more

(highfive) :{


I have this its great, loads games faster than the stock ps4 pro HDD by about 20% (there is a video online somewhere) the only thing I dislike is you need to plug it in! I have no plug sockets left now lol .. TV, Soundbar, ps4 pro, xbox, pc, router etc (lol)




Thanx. Correct. Try here instead: Thanx.


But that's a different model this post isn't for a backup plus model? :/

Seagate 6 TB Backup Plus Hub USB 3.0 Desktop 3.5 Inch External Hard Drive for PC and Mac with 2 Months Free Adobe Creative Cloud Photography Plan, £114.99​, at Amazon
Found 29th MayFound 29th May
Seagate 6 TB Backup Plus Hub USB 3.0 Desktop 3.5 Inch External Hard Drive for PC and Mac with 2 Months Free Adobe Creative Cloud Photography Plan, £114.99, at Amazon. It's now eve… Read more

Sorry to hear, but on the plus side though, you eventually came up trump's still? (no U.S. Presidential reference intended, hehehe). So you're now good to go. :-) Ps. Personally speaking, I haven't heard of Disk Drill before ... I'm going to have to research me some of that too I think?, lol. Thanx for that head's up also. :-)


I've managed to get 'Disk Drill' to access the drive (Foolishly HFS+ formatted originally so limited to Mac). Allows you to mount the faulty drive and from there could copy over all files to a new drive. Cost £62 which I didn't want to spend, but at least I've got everything back. Found a 10% discount code online for it (HLP-WNNCR)


Yes yes, I forgot about that File Scavenger data recovery software ... lol. Another useful (and free), data recovery software, is this one also, called PC Inspector File Recovery. Both are worth a looking into I reckon?. :-)


Driver issue so operating at USB 2.0, or you had it set as a Quick removal device instead of Performance with write caching. If the drive spins up you should try File Scavenger. Just for future reference, you should run Crystal Disk Info in Resident Mode, then it will alert you if one of your drives starts to have issues which normally means its about to fail, you can run Crystal Disk Info at startup.


********** Update: ********** SeaTools, DiscWizard, and/or Seagate Drive Settings, for Seagate Drives ( + non-Seagate Drives) Profressional level Diagnostic Tool's, here: DiscWizard: SeaTools for Windows: Seagate Drive Settings: Tools from the above link's could perhaps also be worth baring in mind for future reference too, etc, etc, etc ... I've personally used both in the past - though to be fair, that was about a Decade ago?, lol. And needless to say, more Tool's (of varying level's of 'sophistication', and the like), from it's competitor's have since both come and gone (both been born, and suffered a timely death also). But all in all, this one still remains. So possibly worth baring in mind nonetheless?. :-)

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 2tb sea of thieves Xbox external drive with Dlc and gamepass Costco £71.98
LocalLocalFound 20th MayFound 20th May
Seagate 2tb sea of thieves Xbox external drive with in game gun dlc and 1 month Xbox gamepass Costco £71.98 £79.99 most places including Amazon.

Oh I see.


The offer is no longer available but Microsoft were selling 1 month for £3 it cost £33 for 11 months and got a month free for enabling auto renew


Oh why can't people just tell me things?


Should have kept reading the thread, the answers you seek will reveal themselves.


N'aww look at him - trying to think he's grown up. Cute :)

Xbox One X + 2 Controllers + 4TB Seagate Hard Drive £400 (£359 without 4TB hard drive) @ Microsoft Germany (via CjsCdkeys)
Found 17th MayFound 17th May
Description: 1) You need to purchase 11 x 50 euro gift cards from this site. Important a pop up will appear giving you a 5% discount code, it is important that you copy this c… Read more
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I'd choose it for multiplatform games, the 4K player, some good exclusives and the BC feature.


It's just one controller included from what I can see. I know the pic shows two but the description only mentions one unless I'm missing something? Still good as the HDD is ~£100 on its own, but the extra controller would've been sweeter (and makes me feel a little better for not ordering in time!)


Managed to place an order with CJS and Microsoft - will work out to about 300 quid for the console all told. Excellent deal. I cant speak for anyone else's order, but my experience with CJS is good. Certainly not scammers.


Why should I get the Xbox over a Ps4 pro


Thanks for the info.

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?

Seagate Barracuda 7200 Desktop 1 TB Hard Drive £34.98 Amazon
Found 11th MayFound 11th May
I think its currently the cheapest 1TB hard drive on amazon and it's from a reputable company

Yeah hotukdeals used to always say Seagate was the realiable one to buy. So saying this is a bit silly.


all for extra £3.02 :)


Seagate have quite a low rep for reliability in the IT sector. WD and HGST are generally far more reliable if you value your data.


There is this if you have prime: £32.99

Seagate Expansion 4TB USB 3.0 Desktop External Hard Drive £86.09 delivered @ Ebuyer
Found 7th MayFound 7th May
4TB Seagate expansion plus 2 year warranty Will work on PS4 and Xbox as an external hard drive to store your games Simple add-on storage for your PC USB 3.0 and 2.0 connecti… Read more
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See my other comment I found a better internal drive for slightly less money All it takes is a Google search


Just under a £100 for a standard HDD, unfortunately this is cheaper, but rightfully so as the speed of this HDD is 5200rpm which is less than the standard 7200rpm.


Here WD 4 TB Desktop Hard Drive - Blue I'm sure I can find one cheaper if I looked around That was just a quick search on Amazon Edit: found a few Seagate ones


External drives are almost always cheaper than internal. Find a 4TB internal for this price and post as a deal.


Couldn't you just buy a normal 4tb harddrive for cheaper? External hard drives cost more and the whole point on them in Portability and too save people effort of installing a drive

Seagate Expansion 4Tb Xbox/PlayStation/PC - £90 @ Amazon
Found 7th MayFound 7th May
Works with USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 to deliver fast transfer speeds and universal compatibility, whether you're connecting it to a brand new computer, or one that's a few years old. Wi… Read more

Post it then...? There isnt one. You’ll post a 3.5” drive that needs an external power connection.


I've made all the points I wanted to make, I'm not going to keep re-iterating them just so you can bitch and moan which you seem to love doing. A quick google search will bring up a 7200rpm 3TB external hard drive for slightly less money.


But there aren’t really any smaller, or larger, or same capacity USB3 2.5” hard drives that run at 7200rpm (there used to be a couple of niche 1TB drives, but they were unreliable and expensive so they’ve long been discontinued) Your comments are still irrelevant. You need to chill out even more than before. Im not sure why you don’t understand. You say the downside to this product is that it’s not X product, but X product doesn’t exist, therefore the downside to this product doesn’t exist.


No, you've just stupidly inferred that I said or thought it was a bad deal when in actuality all I did was point out one small downside (didn't even vote cold, in fact I voted hot) as opposed to smaller hard drivers that can run a little faster and was worth pointing out for anyone that might value the extra speed over capacity. There doesn't need to be an equivalent 7200rpm hard drive for me to point that out. So like I said, either chill out or "calmly" stop bitching, whichever comes first.


What makes you suggest I’m not chill? im just calmly pointing out that you’re suggesting this isn’t a good deal because it’s not a 7200rpm drive. But there aren’t any equivalent 7200rpm drives so your comments are totally irrelevant. Your comments are as relevant as me saying “the downside to this drive is that it isn’t an attack helicopter wearing edible underpants” Chill out.


Hybrid drive. A mix of ssd (the fast/flash memory style drives) and older mechanical drives. The ssd part is usually only a really small part of the drive though, so on a 2tb Sshd you might get, say, 100gb of ssd.




Why would you buy one of these over say an SSHD? A 2TB costs only slightly more than this. An inexpensive case for it can be had on amazon for 7 quid as well. I'm not questioning the deal, just asking a genuine question as I would like to upgrade my PS4 pro's storage but I'd quite like some better load times as well. SSHDs do improve load times, but over time.


I’ve bought 2 1TB refurbished drives from here and they’re fine. Using one for my PS4, works a treat.


I think it depends a lot on how the drives are treated. Ive known people who drop them and generally abuse them then get annoyed when they fail. A sharp shock/knock will paralyse most drives regardless of manufacturer.

Samsung 850 EVO 500GB SSD + Seagate 2TB HDD + Cleaning Wipes = £149:99 + £5.48p&p @ Scan
Found 4th MayFound 4th May
Just noticed this bundle and it seems like a decent deal. Pretty sure the SSD is normally about £120 on it's own. 2TB about £45 so some saving to be had. 500GB Samsung 850 EVO … Read more

I did check to see if it was posted but I didn't see anything. Ill expire this one.


Yeah, thought I had seen this one already too. :{


69p price increase?

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