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Seagate Desktop HDD 750GB 3.5" SATA II 750GB Serial ATA II hard disk drive

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Long product name Seagate Desktop HDD 750GB 3.5" SATA II 750GB Serial ATA II hard disk drive :
The short editorial description of Seagate Desktop HDD 750GB 3.5" SATA II 750GB Serial ATA II hard disk drive

Barracuda 7200.11 750GB 3.5" SATA II
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Seagate Desktop HDD 750GB 3.5" SATA II 750GB Serial ATA II hard disk drive:
The official marketing text of Seagate Desktop HDD 750GB 3.5" SATA II 750GB Serial ATA II hard disk drive as supplied by the manufacturer
By combining proven components and state-of-the-art technology, the 11th generation Seagate Barracuda 7200.11 family delivers up to 1 TB of storage for your digital life.

Seagate has a proven track record of consistently delivering reliable products in volume, and the new Barracuda 7200.11 family is no exception. Designed with up to four platters and the only second-generation perpendicular recording technology in the industry, the Barracuda 7200.11 drive offers the ideal balance of world-class technology and value, providing customers with an optimal overall solution. The capacity, reliability and performance of this drive, along with its 5-year limited warranty, ensure the longevity of digital content for years to come.
Key Features and Benefits

- Proven second-generation perpendicular recording technology
- Massive capacities of 1 TB, 750 GB and 500 GB
- Up to 32-MB Cache
- Fast SATA 3Gb/s NCQ interface
- Speedy performance at 105Mb/s sustained data rate
Short summary description Seagate Desktop HDD 750GB 3.5" SATA II 750GB Serial ATA II hard disk drive:
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Seagate Desktop HDD 750GB 3.5" SATA II, 3.5", 750 GB, 7200 RPM, Serial ATA II, 16 MB, HDD
Long summary description Seagate Desktop HDD 750GB 3.5" SATA II 750GB Serial ATA II hard disk drive :

Seagate Desktop HDD 750GB 3.5" SATA II. Hard drive size: 3.5", Hard drive capacity: 750 GB, Hard drive speed: 7200 RPM, Hard drive interface: Serial ATA II, Device type: HDD, Drive device, buffer size: 16 MB

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Hard drive
Hard drive capacity *
750 GB
Hard drive interface *
Serial ATA II
Hard drive speed *
7200 RPM
Hard drive size *
3.5"
Device type *
HDD
Drive device, buffer size
16 MB
Write seek
9.5 ms
Read seek
8.5 ms
Average latency
4.16 ms
Bytes per sector
512
Hard disk number of heads
6
Start/stop cycles
50000
Power
Start-up current
3 A
System requirements
Windows operating systems supported
Yes
System requirements
Linux operating systems supported
Yes
Operational conditions
Operating temperature (T-T)
0 - 600 °C
Storage temperature (T-T)
-40 - 70 °C
Operating relative humidity (H-H)
5 - 90%
Storage relative humidity (H-H)
5 - 95%
Operating altitude
-2400 - 120000" (-61 - 3048 m)
Non-operating altitude
-2400 - 480000" (-61 - 12192 m)
Operating shock
63 G
Non-operating shock
300 G
Weight & dimensions
Width
4" (101.6 mm)
Height
1.03" (26.1 mm)
Depth
5.79" (147 mm)
Weight
22.3 oz (633 g)
Source Testseek summary Average rating
Reviews
Updated:
2013-11-02
Testseek has collected 99 expert reviews for Seagate Barracuda 7200.11 750GB 16MB Cache SATA2 and the average expert rating is 88 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
88%
Source Review comments Score
techtree.com
Updated:
2013-11-02
While hard drive capacity wars have been stagnant for quite some time (and it may be so until the dawn of next year), the war that is going on right now is about speed, energy efficiency and cost. We have reviewed the WD5000AAKS 500GB hard drive some w...
Good Super fast speeds, runs cool, huge capacity, SATA-II.
Bad None.
Bottom line In the real-world copy test, we created a 1 GB RAM drive using Farstone Virtual Hard Drive Pro and used this as a host drive for testing the read and write speeds of the Barracuda. This eliminates the need to have a faster host drive and gives the abs...
100%
cluboc.net
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2013-11-02
Seagate has done an amazing job with the 1.5TB Barracuda 7200.11. The data transfer performance is just out of this world and its hard to believe the 1.5TB drive is even in the same series. The performance increase is so great across the board that Se...
100%
cluboc.net
Updated:
2013-11-02
Seagate has a lot of titles under their belt, but the first company to produce a 1 Terabyte hard drive isnt one of them. Regardless of who came in first, the only thing that matters is who is best and Seagate has proven to the world time and time agai...
100%
techtree.com
Updated:
2013-11-02
After staying put at the Gigabyte storage capacity for a couple of years, Seagate has upped the ante with the Barracuda 7200.11 1.5 TB desktop hard drive. After missing out being the first one to bring out the Terabyte hard drive, Seagate has finally p...
Good Blazing speeds, the only 1.5 TB drive at present, Silent, SATA-II, Good price.
Bad None.
Bottom line The Seagate Barracuda ST31500341AS mostly is in a class of its own when compared to just about any drive we have tested so far. The data transfer rates are huge and the results are reflected not only in the synthetic tests, but also the real-world fil...
100%
umlan.com
Updated:
2013-11-02
As the technologies change so does the demand for storage. With more applications comes a greater need to store information. There are many different types of media available out there for the average user but not all of them might seem to worth a buck...
Good Great performance under low speeds, Very low sonar levels, Great value for a buck, Whooping 5 year warranty, Keeps cool...
Bad None that we could find.
Bottom line It looks like we have a winner here. Barracuda name has been out for a very long time and has established itself as one of the best on the market. Today it continues to turn heads as it accomplishes great results at low rotational speeds. Going back to...
100%
i4u.com
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2013-11-02
Today we are looking at the recently launched Seagate Barracuda 7200.11 ST31000340AS 1TB internal HDD. This drive is Seagate’s entry in the massive 1TB storage market where Hitachi launched the first salvo with its Deskstar 7K1000 1TB internal HDD...
Good Fast speeds, Huge storage capacity, Faster than a Raptor HDD...
Bad Expensive...
Bottom line After all the tests were done, the Seagate Barracuda 7200.11 ST31000340AS 1TB internal HDD ran neck in neck with the Hitachi Deskstar 1TB drive. The Seagate drive ran away from the Hitachi in the HD Tach tests and the Hitachi pulled slightly ahead in S...
95%
pcmag.com
Updated:
2013-11-02
Buying a little bit of extra storage is going to get tougher, soon. With drives like the Seagate Barracuda 7200.11 1.5TB selling for only $180 on the street—and that includes a 5-year warranty—you may have to settle for a lot of storage. As yo...
Good Huge capacity. Good price. Impressive areal density. Fast transfer speeds.
Bad Access time, overall performance a bit slower than the competitions.
Bottom line The Seagate Barracuda 7200.11 1.5TB drive is a touch slower than high-end drives but offers tremendous capacity at an affordable price...
90%
trustedreviews.com
Updated:
2013-11-02
It's well over six months since I reviewed the first commercially available 1 terabyte hard drive, the Hitachi Deskstar 7K1000 . Back then I predicted all the other big names in hard drive manufacture would shortly be joining Hitachi at this milestone. Ho...
90%
maximumpc.com
Updated:
2013-11-02
We were pumped when we heard that Seagate had broken through the terabyte barrier with its 1.5TB Barracuda drive—it’s not only the biggest consumer drive available, but also represents the largest jump in capacity we’ve seen. We typically expect capac...
Good A huge leap in capacity without sacrificing too much speed or dough.
Bad Random access times slower than the WD Caviar Black and Seagate HD103UJ terabyte drives.
90%
sharkyextreme.com
Updated:
2013-11-02
Desktop hard drives are pushed by two main factors, performance and capacity. End users want to cram as much data as possible onto a single drive, but also need data transfers and drive access to be lightning fast. This is a difficult dual-requirement...
Good Excellent Performance, 1TB of Capacity, 32MB Cache...
Bad Default Jumper at 1.5 Gb/s...
Bottom line The Seagate Barracuda 7200.11 1TB hard drive offers a prime upgrade in terms of both performance and data capacity, while maintaining the quality and warranty that has made Seagate such a popular brand. Its not a quantum leap, but the upgrade to 32MB...
90%
monster-hardware.com
Updated:
2013-11-02
Seagate ST3750330AS 750GB HDSATA Hard DrivesFor most of us (HD Video enthusiasts excluded) long gone are the days of racing to replace your hard drive because you are out of space. So frustrating was the lack of space and glacially slow access times th...
Good Fast, Cheap, Quiet, Five year warranty (If new)...
Bad May need firmware update...
Bottom line With the exception of the firmware issue discussed below there really isnt much to dislike here. The Seagate ST3750330AS hard drive is in nearly every way superior to the ST3500641AS. Data transfer rate were faster, seek times were better, the drive w...
90%
Bjorn3d.com
Updated:
2013-11-02
Last year Seagate launched a 750GB 1st Generation Perpendicular hard drive to the world. When released the Barracuda 750GB 7200.10 was the largest hard drive was the largest drive available, notice we say was. This 750GB drive at the time was only bet...
Good 1 Terabyte of storage, 32MB cache, Better cost/GB ratio than SCSI, 5 year warranty, 3.0 gigabits/sec I/O threshold, with the option to decrease to 1.5 gigabits/sec, Generation 2 Perpendicular Recording technology...
Bad Price may be of concern to some general consumers...
Bottom line We were a little worried that a drive the size of Barracuda 7200.11 1TB would not perform well. So much for those thoughts the 1TB Seagate is a fast drive with a good sustained throughput and very good access times. Even though a few of the benchmarks...
90%
gwn.com
Updated:
2013-11-02
Ties or outperforms the competition; 32 cents per gigabyte cost; Price per gigabyte is equally equitable for both 750 GB and 1 TB drives. Lows500 GB version provides best bang for buck value; No feature that really sets the drive above the crowd. Final...
Good Ties or outperforms the competition; 32 cents per gigabyte cost; Price per gigabyte is equally equitable for both 750 GB and 1 TB drives.
Bad 500 GB version provides best bang for buck value; No feature that really sets the drive above the crowd.
Bottom line Seagate’s newest hard drive continues the company’s tradition of competitive hard drives.
90%
maximumpc.com
Updated:
2013-11-02
With new teams entering the terabyte storage market, it was only a matter of time before one smacked down the great Hitachi 7K1000 1TB drive. That distinction goes to Seagate’s 1TB Barracuda 7200.11 drive. The Barracuda and Western Digital’s Caviar GP...
Good You’re staring at the fastest terabyte drive on the market.
Bad The Barracuda’s burst speeds aren’t quite on par with Western Digital’s. That’s a minor detail, but a detail nonetheless.
90%
tweaktown.com
Updated:
2013-11-02
Today’s storage requirements are growing at an exponential rate. Back when PC’s were used primarily for office work, hard disks only stored word documents, spread sheets and email, all of which would require only a fraction of what today&rsquo...
Bottom line Hard disks by far are the slowest part of the computer today when it comes to the mechanical nature of them; granted, DVD drives are slower still, but they aren’t used for storing the Operating System or Virtual Memory which the hard disk plays the...
90%
techtree.com
Updated:
2013-11-02
Recently, we got ourselves Seagates new 1 TB behemoth, the ST31000340AS ES.2. This hard drive is an enterprise-grade server hard drive but is similar to the 7200.11 series drives in many ways. Therefore, we expected a performance similar to the ST3500...
Good Fast speeds, Silent, Huge capacity, 32 MB buffer, PMR, SATA-II, High MTBF.
Bad Expensive, Heats up a little.
Bottom line In the real-world copy test, we created a 1 GB RAM drive using Farstone Virtual Hard Drive Pro and used this as a host drive for testing the read and write speeds of the Barracuda. This eliminates the need to have a faster host drive and gives the abs...
90%
computershopper.com
Updated:
2013-11-02
Remember when a one-terabyte (TB) hard drive for $300 was a bargain? Seagate has shot that scheme full of holes with its $149 Barracuda 7200.11 1.5TB drive. While the drive is available in capacities as low as 160GB, it’s hard to contain...
Good Large capacity; low cost per gigabyte; no speed degradation with the extra platter; five-year warranty...
Bad May not work with all motherboard chipsets; early drives had a non-destructive write flaw...
83%
pcworld.com_techhive.com
Updated:
2013-11-02
82%
extremetech.com
Updated:
2013-11-02
Now imagine you hear a harsh clicking sound coming from your PC, and your hard drive dies. Of course, you made backups of everything, right?Even if you did, replacing a hard drive and restoring all your data is a huge inconvenience. If you have a lot o...
Good Low power usage; massive capacity; surprisingly good performance; quiet and cool; cost-effective; good reliability numbers.
Bad Performance is a little below the competition.
Bottom line While the RE2-GPs performance wont amaze, the relatively quiet and cool operation, plus the great price will appeal to users looking for good value...
80%
Computerpoweruser.com
Updated:
2013-11-02
3Gbps SATA; 7,200rpm; 8.5ms advertised read seek; 32MB cache; NCQ; 4 platters/8 heads; 27 to 32dB; 8.3 to 10.8W; 277Gbpsi; 350G (nonoperating, 1ms); 5-year warranty Besides price, hard drives can still holler “neener, neener” at SSDs about capacity. Yo...
70%
pcworld.com_techhive.com
Updated:
2013-11-02
Good Largest single drive capacity to date, Fiveyear warranty...
Bad Lots of capacity comes at a higher price...
Bottom line Great performance plus gargantuan capacity makes this a great drive for storing large media collections...
60%
hothardware.com
Updated:
2013-11-02
Seagate was surprisingly late to join the small, but elite club of storage manufacturers shipping one terabyte (1TB) class hard drives. Somewhat expectedly, the first out of the gate was Hitachi, who made it to market several months beforehand with...
Bottom line From a technical standpoint, the Seagate Barracuda 7200.11 is one of the most advanced consumer level hard disks on the market. The drive showcases second generation perpendicular recording, 32 MB of cache, excellent multi-tasking performance, very...
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xbitlabs.com
Updated:
2013-11-02
Hard disk drives are quickly and constantly growing up in capacities. Of course, every one of us would be glad to be presented a large HDD as a gift, but when it comes to purchasing one for your own money, there are other factors to consider. Some user...
Bottom line Now that we’ve come to the end of today’s test session, we should name the fastest 500GB hard disk drive available today. There are actually two winners: the Seagate Barracuda 7200.12 and the Western Digital Caviar Black. The former has somewhat higher...
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tomshardware.com
Updated:
2013-11-02
Those who wanted to ship their terabyte hard drives fast came in late this time. Im referring to Samsung and Seagate, who intended to overtake Hitachi by providing terabyte hard drives based on a higher data densities, and thus using a smaller platter cou...
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Techreport.com
Updated:
2013-11-02
Seagate consistently snags the largest slice of the hard drive market, and it was the first manufacturer to push capacities to 750GB. However, the company has been slow to the terabyte mark, handily beaten to the punch by Hitachis Deskstar 7K1000. Wes...
Bottom line With 250GB platters, 32MB of cache, and a 7,200-RPM spindle speed, the Barracuda 7200.11 should be the fastest high-capacity drive on the market. Except that it isnt. Results from our performance testing are mixed at best, with the new cuda excelling...
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silentpcreview.com
Updated:
2013-11-02
On the outside, Seagates 7200.11 1.5TB drive looks no different than the 1TB model. On the inside however, the platters are much more massive: 375GB vs. 250GB. Performance should be improved but will that be accompanied by extra noise?...
Bottom line We view the 1.5TB 7200.11 from Seagate favorably — it is a fairly good compromise between noise and performance. Acoustically, it is a minor improvement over their 1TB drive — slightly quieter when idle with a bit less vibration, though this m...
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silentpcreview.com
Updated:
2013-11-02
Seagates Barracuda 7200.11 shows signs of significant changes, and it is claimed to be quieter, less power hungry, and faster than previous versions. And it is. But how much quieter?...
Bottom line Although the 7200.11 represents a step forward for Seagates acoustics (the first in a while), its still not quite good enough to compete with the quietest drives. A year or two ago, the single decibel difference between idle and seek noise might hav...
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xbitlabs.com
Updated:
2013-11-02
Some three months ago we welcomed early hard disk drives based on 500GB platters but now the situation is completely different. 1.5- and 2-terabyte models from Samsung, Seagate and Western Digital are all available for purchase today, even though all o...
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computerworld.com
Updated:
2013-11-02
Youre probably thinking that by the time a product hits its 11th generation, it might be starting to wear a little thin. But if you have that notion about Seagates Barracuda 7200.11 series of hard drives, youll need to revamp your preconceptions. N...
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pcquest.ciol.com
Updated:
2013-11-02
Hitachi began the Tera Era by being first to launch a1TB hard drive. Now the race is on to go beyond that. The first to outdo everyone is Seagate with the launch of its 1.5 TB drive. Apart from Capacity and faster spindle speeds, now Green being the...
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Techreport.com
Updated:
2013-11-02
Its been more than 18 months since Hitachi reached the terabyte mark with the Deskstar 7K1000. In that time, all the major players in the hard drive industry have spun up terabytes of their own, and in some cases, offered multiple models targeting dif...
Bottom line The first terabyte hard drive debuted at $345, or a whopping 35 cents per gigabyte. Hard drive prices have plummeted since, with terabyte models currently selling for between $120 and $150. Surprisingly, though, the Barracuda 7200.11 1.5TB doesnt carr...
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viperlair.com
Updated:
2013-11-02
Consumer drives are now up to a terabyte. Thats a lot of storage, but just as important is performance.
Bottom line Normally, as new things come out you would think they would get faster. This isnt exactly the formula for hard drives though and for the Seagate Barracuda 7200.11, this is not the case either. The Barracuda 7200.11 finishes very strong in some tests...
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techwarelabs.com
Updated:
2013-11-02
As many of you know, recently Seagate released one of the largest consumer drives on the market: the Seagate Barracuda 7200.11 ST31500341AS . The drive’s capacity is 1.5 TB (1500 GB) or approximately 1.397 TB. The drive specifications are decent an...
Bottom line It looks like Seagate inadvertently created something marvelous by creating arguably the best consumer drive on the market. As you have seen from the benchmarks, the Barracuda 7200.11 ST31500341AS outperforms the Velociraptor in almost all categories...
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barefeats.com
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2013-11-02
the Seagate Barracuda 7200.11 One Terabyte 3G SATA drive (ST31000340AS). It out-performed the other three drives in 7 out of 8 tests. The one test it didn rate first was the small random write test. Its pretty amazing to see a 7200rpm drive transfer at o...
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barefeats.com
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2013-11-02
Seagate has set a new standard for capacity in 7K SATA drives with their 1.5TB Barracuda 7200.11. We tested it against some of the fastest SATA drives to see how it performed inside the Mac Pro. GRAPH LEGENDBarracuda 1.5T = Seagate Barracuda 7200...
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extremetech.com
Updated:
2013-11-02
We recently received a newsletter advertising Seagates 7200.11, 1.5 terabyte hard drive: $180. click on image for full view Think about that for a moment. One point five terabytes of storage costs just twelve cents a gigabyte. Now thats cost effectiv...
Good 1.5TB; impressive areal density; fast transfer speeds; cost effective...
Bad Access time and overall performance is a bit slower than the competition...
Bottom line Seagates 1.5TB drive is a touch slower than the competition, but offers tremendous capacity at an affordable price.PCMark Vantage Disk...
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anandtech.com
Updated:
2013-11-02
When one manufacturer has a breakthrough in hard drive capacity, the other manufacturers rush to make sure their product line contains at least one entry at the new capacity level. However, it can sometimes take a while for actual product to arrive af...
Bottom line Western Digital and Seagate clearly had very different goals in mind when they created their respective drives, and the benchmark data shows that they each had some success in achieving those goals. Their strengths certainly come with weaknesses attac...
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pcquest.ciol.com
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2013-11-02
Seagate has added two new 1 TB drives to its Barracuda fleet of HDDs, namely the Barracuda 7200.11 and ES.2. These use Perpendicular Magnetic Recording (PMR) technique on four platters, which results in higher data density than achieved with tradition...
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rage3d.com
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2013-11-02
Nearly 18 months ago, we published a review () of the then new Seagate 7200.11 1Tb, comparing it with the previous generations. Since then Seagate has stayed in the headlines for the 7200.11 series – and not for the best of reasons. Defective firmware...
Bottom line The firmware SD1A certainly doesn’t appear to have harmed the ST31000340AS drives. Performance is robust, and reliability unaffected thus far. Current pricing makes them a very attractive buy, but certainly not the only choice – currently Samsungs 1Tb...
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tomshardware.com
Updated:
2013-11-02
Seagate is the first hard drive vendor to offer a 1.5 TB drive in the 3.5” form factor. Meanwhile, WD sent us its RAID Edition 3 (RE3) drive. We...
Bottom line Seagate is the first hard drive maker to deliver a hard drive with a capacity exceeding 1 TB. The Barracuda 7200.11 family now sports a 1.5 TB top model, and its test results are ambiguous. On the plus side, the drive delivers excellent throughput of...
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smartcomputing.com
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2013-11-02
Barracuda 7200.11 Seagate has joined Hitachi in the terabyte (1TB, or about 1,000GB) club with this new hard drive. The Barracuda 7200.11 uses PMR (perpendicular magnetic recording) to pack all that data onto four hard disks. We remember a time when i...
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xbitlabs.com
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2013-11-02
Our customary practice is to review hard disk drives of the same or similar storage capacity but this review is an exception. We will compare products that differ as much as twofold in terms of storage space. Why? We have just happened to obtain HDDs w...
Bottom line We’d like to start summing everything up by answering the question if the transition to new platters has added more speed? Perhaps unexpectedly, our answer is No. The speeds have got higher somewhat, but not much so. Right now, the performance benef...
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xcpus.com
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2013-11-02
Bottom line The 1.5TB Barracuda is an impressive drive by any standards. It has surpassed my expectations. The capacity is second to none, and the performance comes close to the legendary Velociraptor (even besting it in some tests). The price is also surprisin...
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xbitlabs.com
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2013-11-02
Recently we have taken a look at our HDD section and found that our previous roundup of 1-terabyte models is almost 1 year old. It is an eternity by the standards of the IT industry. Of course, we have been busy writing reviews of 750GB drives and 640G...
Bottom line We will do some summarizing now. First of all, we can name the fastest 1-terabyte drive in all our tests. It is the WD RE3 (WD1002FBYS). This is the best buy if you prefer maximum performance. But if you don’t like its high price, you can take the W...
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Seagate Desktop HDD 750GB 3.5" SATA II 750GB Serial ATA II hard disk drive Seagate Desktop HDD 750GB 3.5" SATA II 750GB Serial ATA II hard disk drive
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ST3750330AS 750GB 3.5" SATA II USD 60,00
(excl. VAT)
USD 69,00 (incl. VAT)
Seagate Desktop HDD 500GB 3.5" SATA II 500GB Serial ATA II hard disk drive Seagate Desktop HDD 500GB 3.5" SATA II 500GB Serial ATA II hard disk drive
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ST3500320AS 500GB 3.5" SATA II USD 43,00
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USD 51,60 (incl. VAT)
Seagate Desktop HDD 1000GB 3.5" SATA II 1000GB Serial ATA II hard disk drive Seagate Desktop HDD 1000GB 3.5" SATA II 1000GB Serial ATA II hard disk drive
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ST31000340AS 1000GB 3.5" SATA II USD 108,75
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USD 125,06 (incl. VAT)
Seagate Desktop HDD 500GB 3.5" SATA II 500GB Serial ATA II hard disk drive Seagate Desktop HDD 500GB 3.5" SATA II 500GB Serial ATA II hard disk drive
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ST3500620AS 500GB 3.5" SATA II USD 59,98
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USD 68,98 (incl. VAT)
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