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(Open Box) Refurbished PC Specialist Tornado R5 Gaming PC AMD Ryzen 5 3600 8GB, 1TB+128GB SSHD, 1660 6GB £659.99 ebay / laptopoutletdirect
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Posted 11th Aug 2020Posted 11th Aug 2020
(Open Box) Refurbished PC Specialist Tornado R5 Gaming PC AMD Ryzen 5 3600 8GB, 1TB+128GB SSHD, 1660 6GB £659.99 ebay / laptopoutletdirect£659.99£719.998% offeBay Deals
Parts come to a similar price of PCPartPicker! Powerful processing Game until your heart’s content with the PC Specialist Tornado R5 Gaming PC. Featuring an AMD Ryzen 5 processor,… Read more
Horrorwood

£10 less with 12 months warranty here https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/PC-Specialist-Tornado-R5-AMD-Ryzen-5-3600-8GB-GeForce-GTX-1660-Desktop-PC/184383213675

Medion Akoya P15645 15.6" Gaming Laptop Core i5-8265U, 8GB / 1TB+128GB SSHD / MX250 2GB Graphics £567.99 Delivered using code @ eBay / LO
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Posted 29th Apr 2020Posted 29th Apr 2020
Medion Akoya P15645 15.6" Gaming Laptop Core i5-8265U, 8GB / 1TB+128GB SSHD / MX250 2GB Graphics £567.99 Delivered using code @ eBay / LO£567.99£6198% off Free P&P FreeeBay Deals
£25 cheaper than last sale price, so may be of interest to someone looking for this model :) Use the code PERCENT20 at checkout,. Intel Core i5 8th Gen. / 1.60 GHz Proces… Read more
cannibalwombat

Not only is it not really a gaming laptop, but the price isn't great for the spec.

MrKrabs

I think there should be a legal definition off a gaming laptop, must be able to reach 60fps @ 1080p in default high settings across 5 most popular titles. So hitting it in minecraft, fortnight but not battlefield V or metro means no. Hopefully means anything 1650 or lower can't call its a gaming laptop

nascent

Bought this for the misses. A day later ordered a webcam - because the one it comes with is useless unless you just want people to see your neck, some keyboard-letter stickers because the keyboard is unreadable (white on light grey? insane!), additional ram (8gb for a £500+ in 2020 is just sad), and a cooling pad because for some reason the air vents are at the bottom of the laptop, so wheen you have it on a desk (or lap) it starts to overheat as there's nowhere for the warm air to go. Things to bear in mind if you're gonna buy. Although I can't say I regret getting it, whilst the keyboard was hard to read, at least it's not american. Every half decent single sub £1000 laptop i've seen has an american keyboard now. Who knows why.

thedealz

Having the word gaming in is just a marketing gimmick. Will be limited to older games at 720p resolution settings on low at most. The lenovo offerings are better value. The Ryzen 5 processors with their integrated graphics will offer similair performance at a lower cost.

Seagate FireCuda ST2000LXZ01/LX001 2.5" Internal solid state hybrid hard disk (2TB, SSHD) for PC, XBOX One and PS4 - £67.96 @ Amazon
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Posted 23rd Mar 2020Posted 23rd Mar 2020
Seagate FireCuda ST2000LXZ01/LX001 2.5" Internal solid state hybrid hard disk (2TB, SSHD) for PC, XBOX One and PS4 - £67.96 @ Amazon£67.96Amazon Deals
Recently fitted one these to my sons XBOX One, replacing a failing 500Gb drive. This is a good price for a drive highly recommended by so many, hope this helps someone else. Curre… Read more
proudohyou

Sshd - perfect for ps4 and xbox

deleted2467190

Super

Spectral

For this this drive you are right. For the difference between an SSD and a mechanical HDD way off. While its nice that SSD's reduce boot time, it isn't the primary benefit. Its the random access times that are much much faster. With the OS(Windows,Linux,etx) installed to an SSD the entire system is far more responsive and less laggy. To the degree that its one of those things that once you've had you would never want to go back.

Spooooooooooooon

For my money I’d get a proper 1TB Crucial SSD from Amazon for £74.99 https://www.amazon.co.uk/Crucial-BX500-CT1000BX500SSD1-Internal-NAND/dp/B07YD579WM/ref=sr_1_2?crid=22ETWW5QOEL8C&dchild=1&keywords=crucial+bx500+1tb&qid=1585127296&sprefix=crucial+bx%2Caps%2C139&sr=8-2

paperdragon

So it sounds like a halfway house between ssd and hdd. This makes me laugh a bit as we are only talking seconds apart between the three versions. Maybe a big thing for a gamer, but hardly a major upgrade for everyone one else. Am I correct or have I got it all wrong?

Seagate FireCuda Laptop 2TB Hybrid Hard Drive (SSHD) 2.5" 7mm SATA III 6GB' £61.64 @ Ebuyer Ebay
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Posted 7th Jan 2020Posted 7th Jan 2020
Seagate FireCuda Laptop 2TB Hybrid Hard Drive (SSHD) 2.5" 7mm SATA III 6GB' £61.64 @ Ebuyer Ebay£61.64eBay Deals
These hard disks are popular among gamers as they fit in the PS4 and they have a special feature that makes reloads faster (good if you're like me and keep having to repeat levels … Read more
MRP

This is decent for a ps4. If you stick to one game at a time, it clearly makes a difference. The game will load much quicker after 2-3 times. Those cheap SSD arent bad for a PS4 either though nowadays. Especially if you game a lot. SSD made a huge difference to games like Destiny 2 or FFXIV where the Seagate has limitations.

deleted2423096

I have a 1st gen Seagate MomentusXT 500GB, a MomentusXT 750GB (<-- that's the old name for the FireCuda) and a 2TB FireCuda. Looking at my order history I can see I bought the 750GB at the start of 2013, I'd guess the 500GB one is a couple years older... only had the 2TB since May 2017. Been using them in Gaming PC builds and they've outlasted a fair few CPUs and GPUs now.... So far so good... all still going strong, hope I havent just tempted fate ;p A big fan of these... ~90% of the real world performance of an SSD at sometimes better than twice the GB/£

r200ti

Thats true that failures are rare generally and people only complain when it does fail. That said youll never find a thread with a complaint about HGST :) And id go as far to split HGST and WD, WD's own disks dont enjoy anything like the rep HGST has. The pattern ive noticed is disks tend to die either when they are fairly new or after extensive use. I err towards HGST as they do seem incredibly reliable, but i think as long as you buy the right disk for the job its horses for courses.

LabRat69

Heat added put one of these in my son PS4 over 2 year and no problems

Shutupbruv

I have fitted this 2TB SSHD to my PS4 and my mates PS4 a few years back as well as more recently my friends Dell laptop. All are still working fine, I actually checked my PS4 SSHD recently using HD Tune and DriveDx and it shows no bad sectors or health errors. I paid about £85 at the time for each so this is a great price.

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Seagate FireCuda Laptop 2TB Hybrid Hard Drive (SSHD) 2.5" 7mm SATA III 6GB £61.67 @ ebuyer eBay
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Posted 19th Nov 2019Posted 19th Nov 2019
Seagate FireCuda Laptop 2TB Hybrid Hard Drive (SSHD) 2.5" 7mm SATA III 6GB £61.67 @ ebuyer eBay£61.67eBay Deals
Ideal if you want to upgrade your game console. 2TB Capacity 5400RPM Spin Speed SATA III Interface 2.5" Form Factor 5 Year Warranty
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addsimpson

This is available again using the latest eBay code PREP2020

muppetrider

Ignore ignorant Seagate hater trolls. Price per performance makes this an intelligent buy. If your data is crucial: backup.

NAZGULL

So many failures, but if there any different drive in that price range to upgrade PS4?

iDealYou

I'm surprised Amazon honoured the warranty when it being used in a PS4. eBuyer would definitely argues this case. (lol)

Ega_Hacass

Seagete = cold.

Seagate 2TB FireCuda 2.5" Laptop Hybrid Hard Drive (SSHD) SATA III 6GB's 5400RPM £67.98 Box.co.uk
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Posted 19th Nov 2019Posted 19th Nov 2019
Seagate 2TB FireCuda 2.5" Laptop Hybrid Hard Drive (SSHD) SATA III 6GB's 5400RPM £67.98 Box.co.uk£67.98Box.co.uk Deals
Looks like price for 2TB laptop hybrid hard drive has been dropped to £67.98. It was higher in previous deal.
daz73

If you buy one of these make sure you've got rock-solid backups of all your data!

HUKDdpa

I wouldn't worry about it unless you consistently send a large percentage of your stuff back.

deleted1428883

Does that include items sold by sellers on there? I've had some bad luck with stuff recently so don't want to send them back and then be kicked off!

deleted1428883

Yeah true. Guess I'll just have to deal with it. Frustrating though. It's like £20.

HUKDdpa

This has been their policy for as long as I have known. The prices on Amazon fluctuate all the time, I assume this is to bypass constant refunds. Less people will be willing to return at cost than send a message, plus next week it might go down again with another refund request etc (too many returns vs putchases and they get rid you)