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Toshiba 3.5-Inch 1TB 7200 RPM SATA3/SATA 6.0 GB/s 32MB Hard Drive DT01ACA100

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  • Capacity: 1 TB
  • Rotational Speed: 7200 rpm
  • Cache: 32 MB
  • Interface: SATA 6.0 Gb/s
  • Single Track Seek Time (Read): 0.6 ms
  • Optimized for use in power-friendly consumer and commercial desktop computing systems, the drive?s power management technology provides significant power consumption savings at 5.2 watts (or less) active idle, and 1.0 watt standby and sleep power requirements.
  • Ramp Load technology restricts the drive?s recording head from touching the disk media, resulting in improved protection of the drive while being transported and less wear to the recording head.
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Technical Details

Capacity: 1 TB
  • Hard Drive: 1024 GB 7200 rpm Serial ATA-600
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Product Details

Capacity: 1 TB
  • Product Dimensions: 4 x 1 x 5.8 inches ; 1.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00A0KXK7U
  • Item model number: DT01ACA100 / HDKPC03
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (168 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: February 14, 2013

Product Description

Capacity: 1 TB

Toshiba DT01ACA100 1TB 7200RPM SATA3/SATA 6.0 GB/s 32MB Hard Drive (3.5 inch)

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Customer Reviews

Drive installed and was working fine.
Kamemaster
And because of Amazons return policy of 30 days, I am stuck with a defective Hardrive.
Robin Auch
Replacement drive developed bad sectors after 2 months.
Rodney

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

27 of 27 people found the following review helpful By MaxP on May 5, 2013
Size Name: 3 TB Verified Purchase
I have purchased four of these in the last six months and the have all been flawless. They are plenty fast, have a large cache and will hold more data than I will ever need for not that much more than either a two or one terabyte version. I monitor them carefully as they are installed in a NAS and run 24/7 and to date, the oldest one has been working perfectly. I am very pleased and highly recommend it.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By shomizu9 on February 15, 2014
Size Name: 3 TB Verified Purchase
After reading a few other reviews on here and elsewhere, thought I'd clear up a bit of confusion about large drives.

If you have Windows and you are going to initialize the disk for the first time, you are usually prompted to partition as MBR (Master Boot Record) or GPT (GUID Partition Table). If you chose MBR (like I did at first), you will notice the unallocated space is split in two.

If you choose GPT instead of MBR, or convert the disk to GPT, you will have your contiguous 3TB of unallocated space. For why this is so, search for "GPT vs MBR" or something similar on the internet.

So far the drive has performed well, no issues.

Hope this helps!
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By INTRAX on September 18, 2013
Size Name: 3 TB Verified Purchase
These are from the Hitachi drive division sale to Toshiba. I use them in RAID for nearline storage and so far so good.
Bought previous batches and so am a repeat customer of these drives.
No problems with it, packaging from AMAZON direct is the best! Individually boxed for protection.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By btchfem06 on January 23, 2014
Size Name: 3 TB Verified Purchase
Bought this as a gift to give a Christmas-gift homebuild for a family member some more storage space. Always hesitant of using mechanical hard drives for storage of important things when they're not in a RAID 1 mirrored array.
The likelyhood of a mechanical HDD failing is over 20% in the 1st yr, ie, 1 in 5 or worse HDDs will fail w/in the 1st year(according to a couple different cloud storage firms). So, I ran it 24hrs a day for 3 days with constant reads and writes before putting it in the PC. Seemed to take it like a champ, and was decently quick on transfer rates too, can't recall the exact MB/s, but I was mildy impressed nonetheless.

I would recommend stress testing all your HDDs you depend on for at least a couple days if not longer. If it's going to fail under normal/heavy usage, it's better for it to fail right after you get it, before you put anything important on it, than it is 6mo down the line w/ crucial data on it. Of course keeping a backup is important, but restoring a backup is time consuming and isn't always 100% up to date. Better to root out the bad ones and minimize the likelyhood of needing to use that backup; or, your backup drive fails, lol.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Joseph L Kowalski on March 14, 2014
Size Name: 3 TB Verified Purchase
I've purchased 2 of these 3TB units for use in a software raid-1 setup. Both drives arrived sealed in Toshiba packaging and cleared initial testing (read full drive, write drive full of random data, read the drive again, wipe drive with zeroes, hammer with bonnie++ for a day, run SMART long test). These format to about 2.7 TiB each, which is expected. Performance on raw sequential writes (directly to the disk - no filesystem) on these start out at about 187~ MiB/s at the beginning of the drive, 140~ MiB/s towards the end of the drive. Not too shabby.

As for reliabliity, there is a reason why I have these set up in a raid-1. I won't be surprised if there are failures. But for the price, performance and capacity, that's a dice roll I'm willing to take.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Marshall D. on May 13, 2014
Size Name: 500 GB Verified Purchase
I ordered 2 of these December 2013 to create a mirrored raid. That went well until February when the first of the 2 drives failed. Amazon was great about allowing the return. I replaced it with a Seagate drive (ST3500641AS-RK). It is now May 2014, 6 months after the initial purchase and the 2nd of the two drives failed. Again Amazon has been great about a return for credit and refund (combination). I will be going back to Seagate for a replacement.

Consider this carefully before you buy. Two failures in two drives in 6 months. To my mind, it doesn't matter how fast a drive is if it fails and takes all your data with it with no warning in a very short time frame.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Justin Baker on June 25, 2014
Size Name: 2 TB Verified Purchase
The hard drive was manufactured in June of 2013, I purchased it in September 2013. This morning, I noticed it was not being detected by my PC. Turns out, it was no longer spinning up, seemingly unable to receive any kind of power. I'm currently looking for a replacement circuit board in the hopes that I can recover any of the data on the drive.

Don't by Toshiba hard drives unless you like losing data. Stick with Western Digital or Seagate.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Electronic Nut on June 18, 2014
Size Name: 3 TB Verified Purchase
Decided to try this Toshiba drive due to price, as I accumulate various forms of digital media over time, from pics, MP3/FLAC, and now HD vids. Mostly use WD Green, as they run cool and low power (speed is not a priority), with the occasional Seagate thrown in.

The Toshiba failed twice in less than 6 months, currently trying to recover the lost data as I write this. Got the "drive needs to be formatted" message again. Nearly 2gb of MKV and mp4 files might have gone poof. Not sure if this has any bearing, but the drive has Made In China on it with a Sep 2013 manufacture date, about a month before I bought it.

Not sure I will pursue a warranty replacement, as really, what's the sense? Guess I will check out the current price of WD drives right after posting this.
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