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Seagate BarraCuda ST1000DM010 1TB 7200 RPM 64MB Cache SATA 6.0Gb/s 3.5" Hard Drive Bare Drive - OEM

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[Newegg] Seagate BarraCuda ST1000DM010 1TB 7200 RPM 64MB Cache SATA 6.0Gb/s 3.5" Hard Drive Bare Drive - OEM

Cost-effective storage upgrade for laptop or desktop computers
Store all your games, music, movies and more with up to 4TB of storage
SATA 6Gb/s interface optimizes burst performance; 64MB Cache
Seagate Secure models for hardware-based data security
Instant Secure Erase allows safe and easy drive retirement
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pls put price in title
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Scrayjonsh wrote: Cost-effective storage upgrade for laptop or desktop computers
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I know its cut and paste, but I want to see this 3.5" drive in a laptop...
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knapper wrote: I know its cut and paste, but I want to see this 3.5" drive in a laptop...
Gorilla glue it to the back of the screen, snake a SATA cable out from one of the fan grills..

????

Profit!

On a serious note, be careful with smaller seagate drives as they could be SMR. Large cache sizes is often an indicator too
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OP has never shopped for hard drives before.
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Keny wrote: Is the 2TB HD a better deal?

Seagate BarraCuda ST2000DM008 2TB 7200 RPM 256MB Cache SATA 6.0Gb/s 3.5" Hard Drive Bare Drive $69.99
https://www.newegg.ca/seagate-barracuda ... 6822184773
Is it not as bad as paying $10 less for a 1 TB drive? Yes. Is it a good idea? No.

You can get an 8 TB drive for around $160 if you're patient and willing to shuck. There may have been even lower prices this year, but I don't remember exact details.
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Wait , new egg is still around ? HOW ??
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knapper wrote: I know its cut and paste, but I want to see this 3.5" drive in a laptop...
A really big laptop for big people. Bigger people have bigger laps, so it makes sense.
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1 TB? These days we want 10TB minimum lol
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saudor wrote: Gorilla glue it to the back of the screen, snake a SATA cable out from one of the fan grills..

????

Profit!

On a serious note, be careful with smaller seagate drives as they could be SMR. Large cache sizes is often an indicator too
Will not work, laptop's SATA connector can't provide 12V to such desktop HDDs.
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smartfish wrote: Will not work, laptop's SATA connector can't provide 12V to such desktop HDDs.
That's where the ???? part comes in.
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Two posts... inaccurate text... mild to cold deal: bot?!
Deal with it.
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recordman wrote: A really big laptop for big people. Bigger people have bigger laps, so it makes sense.
Works great on those portable desktops!
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Hmmm....I guess it was time for Newegg to get into the bot business for free (frigid) hyping. Not their best try IMHO.
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$60/TB is perhaps the worst HDD deal I have ever seen on RFD. Most people shoot for $20/TB (slightly worse for lower capacities) and I don't think anyone buys 1TB drives anymore with 10TB ultra-premium helium PMR drives going for $200 on the regular and 6-8TB even cheaper.
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CanadaCPU wrote: $60/TB is perhaps the worst HDD deal I have ever seen on RFD. Most people shoot for $20/TB (slightly worse for lower capacities) and I don't think anyone buys 1TB drives anymore with 10TB ultra-premium helium PMR drives going for $200 on the regular and 6-8TB even cheaper.
I don't downvote but better value (not price) alternatives... BB had a 8TB HDD WD promo'd last week for $149... Costco had a 1TB External (USB 3.0 / USB-C) SSD Seagate for $139
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This is way too big for my needs and my budget
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knapper wrote: I know its cut and paste, but I want to see this 3.5" drive in a laptop...
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