|Standing screen display size||3.5 Inches|
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Seagate BarraCuda 1TB Internal Hard Drive HDD – 3.5 Inch SATA 6 Gb/s 7200 RPM 64MB Cache for Computer Desktop PC (ST1000DM010)
|Digital Storage Capacity||1 TB|
|Hardware Interface||SATA 6.0 Gb/s|
|Type of product||3.5-Inch|
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|Compatible Devices||Laptop||mac, windows||Mac, PC||This drive is compatible with servers and arrays that accept M.2 2280 PCIe drives||Backwards compatibility to SATA Rev. 2.0 (3Gb/s)||Windows|
|Data Transfer Rate||750 Mb per second||6 Gb per second||6 Gb per second||550 Mb per second||350 Mb per second||750 Mb per second|
|Device Type||Bare or OEM Drives||Internal Solid State Drive||Internal Solid State Drive||Internal Solid State Drive||Internal Solid State Drive||Internal Solid State Drive|
|Digital Storage Capacity||1 TB||500 GB||500 MB||1 TB||240 GB||500 GB|
|Hard Disk Form Factor||3.50 inches||2.50 inches||2.50 inches||3.50 inches||2.50 inches||2.50 inches|
|Hardware Interface||SATA 6.0 Gb/s||SATA 6.0 Gb/s||SATA 6.0 Gb/s||Solid State Drive||SATA 3.0 Gb/s||SATA 6.0 Gb/s|
|Hardware Platform||PC||PC, Mac||PC & Mac||—||laptop||PC|
|Item Dimensions||5.79 x 4.00 x 0.79 inches||3.94 x 2.76 x 0.27 inches||4.00 x 0.30 x 2.80 inches||0.87 x 3.15 x 0.90 inches||3.94 x 0.28 x 2.75 inches||3.94 x 2.75 x 0.28 inches|
|Item Weight||6.70 ounces||3.04 ounces||1.31 ounces||1.76 ounces||1.44 ounces||0.39 ounces|
Store more, compute faster, and do it confidently with the proven reliability of BarraCuda internal hard drives. Perfect for designers, musicians, photographers, and video editors using multiple applications at once, these solutions offer uninterrupted performance, optimized read/write caching technology, and a variety of capacities and form factors to choose from. The result is a seamless experience backed by a two-year limited warranty and 20 years of hard drive innovation.
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- Have to RMA my drive after only 3 months. Read below for details and updates.
I purchased this Hard Drive at the end of August 2017. So I've owned it for a little over three months as of the date of this writing. This is the first time I've bought a Seagate drive for my personal build in exactly 10 years. I have mostly used Western Digital drives in builds because I bought into the mindshare many years ago that they were somehow better. After having a less than enjoyable experience with WD's reliability and customer service, I decided to come back for a cheap 1TB drive.
I pride myself on a quiet gaming computer and usually keep it running 24/7. After about 2 and a half months or so, I would be sitting probably 2-3 feet away and I began to hear a faint but distinct clicking noise come from my computer every 15-30 seconds. This drive is used strictly for storage of files, photos, videos, etc. The OS resides on an SSD and there are no programs installed on this drive. I know this "tick" noise all too well, and it sounds much like a clicking noise that a dead hard drive would make. Nonetheless the drive works flawlessly, reads and writes fast, and makes almost no noise during regular operation. I thought nothing of it. After two weeks, the tick started to annoy me slightly, and I also began to get worried about the reliability of the drive. The sound it makes is definitely not normal. So I downloaded SeaTools and ran some tests. Every test passed but I decided to contact Seagate support anyways.
11/26/2017 - I contacted Seagate support. This day is a Sunday.
11/27/2017 - I received a rather generic support response, claiming that the noise is most likely normal, but out of precaution to run some tests using SeaTools for DOS (loaded on a bootable USB drive). On the same day, I created the bootable USB drive and attempted to run the recommended tests. But for some reason, my Keyboard and Mouse don't work with Bootable USB drives that well. I decided to record the noise and send it in my update, as well as inform them of my inability to run the tests outside of the Operating System.
11/28/2017 - Support contacted me again stating that the sound clip of the noise I sent them was "disturbing" and recommended I RMA the drive at once.
The RMA process is pretty straight forward, but as I expected they want you to send the drive back first before they send you out a new one. This was not an option for me, so I had to pay ~$12 for them to send me a replacement first. The replacement was shipped the day after I filed for the RMA and will arrive via UPS tomorrow (12/6/2017, so exactly a week).
Overall: The drive is quiet and fast when operating normally. I must've gotten a defective drive and after a much better experience with Seagate's support versus their competitors, I'll be going with them again in the future. The drive performs quite well, especially when you factor in the price. so I've only docked 1 star for the fact that they expect people to back up potentially terabytes of data to send in a defective drive. Expect more updates to come.
UPDATE 12/19/2017 - Received my refurbished drive approximately two weeks ago. This one is made in China, not Malaysia like the original. Interesting. It also doesn't have the cool Green/White/Black sticker on it. BUT what it does do is operate just as fast as the other one and makes no clicking noises, even when being written to or read from. Seagate just received my defective unit as of today and closed the case. Customer Support was courteous and acted swiftly to replace my drive. I'm a little bitter that it cost me $12 to send them a new HDD in advance, but I'm also grateful they didn't drag out the troubleshooting process on what was obviously a defective unit. Remains 4/5 stars.
2nd UPDATE 2/4/2019 - The replacement drive mentioned above has started making constant ticking noises ("The Click of Death"). For now the drive can still be written to and read from (albeit slowly), but the noises that it makes are horrendous. Sounds like the arm is fighting against itself whenever it needs to sweep across the disk. This is a re-certified / refurbished disk, so I'm a little surprised this is happening again. I have to shell out another $12 to get a replacement shipped to me again. At this point, I'm going to consider snagging a 1TB SSD and just accepting the high cost. I haven't had an SSD fail on me ever, but I've somehow had two HDDs fail on me in less than two years. Docking another star.
Traditional "Spinner" hard drive or SSD? I did a lot of research and decided the risk of a sudden failure or silently corrupted files was not worth the price no matter how fast SSD's run.
Speed - Comparing the performance of the old hard drive I would say this is 30% or mor faster and lots more space - 250GB vs 1TB. System boots much quicker and programs start faster. The large cache memory seems to make the drive faster than it really is... more about this in "CONS" below.
Speed - Fast as mentioned above BUT... there is some magicians slight of hand going on involving the cache memory. Ordinary read / write activites happen fast but large file copes start fast and slow way down. I partitioned the drive so that there was a D: drive - to store a backup inamge of the C: drive (I also put a copy on my home computer in case the entire drive failed). I was shocked at how slow a file transfer was from C: to D: (two different partitions on the same drive) it should normally be 1/2 the speed as it is a read and write operation. I also did a speed test of copying the same large files over my home network through and Ethernet cable and a usb drive. In all cases the drive has a speed burst then the cache memory runs out and the copy fell to speeds like 7 to 10 MB/s! - can't remember exact speeds. Most people don't do these types of file operations so it should not matter.
I also bought the same 1TB drive (Except the 5.25" desktop version) at the same time from amazon for my Desktop PC and it did not have such dramatic slowdowns.
Again, I purchase hard drives based on price and value. This purchase seems to "fit the bill".
Nothing but western digital black and blue for me from this point on. Seagate is a manufacturer of trash.
They came well packaged in plain brown boxes with warranty brochure included. Seagate website verified warranty good until Feb 2021.
Both drives were easily formatted for Mac OS HFS+ Journaled using the Mac Disc Repair utility and appear to be working flawlessly on a 27 " 2009 iMac and a 21.5" 2017 iMac, both running OS 10.13.6 (High Sierra).
Time will tell, and I will update this review, if needed.
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Imaginez un carton fin de 30x20x20 cm avec à l'intérieur le disque dur dans une pochette cartonnée (même pas une enveloppe bulles).
Ajoutez, pour lui tenir compagnie le ventirad commandé en même temps et qui lui, était dans son emballage fabricant.
Il reste à ajouter un morceau de papier craft froissé, le tout occupant à peine le tiers du carton. Tout ça a joué au "flipper" pendant l'expédition et je me suis étonné que le disque dur fonctionne à la réception. Si ce n'était l'impatience de mon fils pour remonter son PC, je l'aurai réexpédié dans le même carton par retour de courrier. Quand Amazon fera-t-il un effort d'emballage pour les disques durs ?????
I also purchased a Rshtech cady to enable the clone.
On plugging the seagate into the caddy and powering it up, the seagate did not spin.
To find out wether the caddy or the seagate was at fault.
I removed the Hitachi drive from my computer and tried that in the caddy.
It spun up as expected and on conection to a laptop all its files could be seen.
So the supplied seagate drive was not working and is faulty.
I am returning it for a refund.
I was surprised by this as I have always bought seagate, I have 3 - 1tb external Seagate drives and they have worked perfectly for many many years.
My RAID contrallor picks up on it straight away, however my other PC only finds the smartevent error after a full scan.
SmartEvent means drive is likely to fail in the near future.
Drive is getting 1 Star, which is a shame because I got other Seagate drives that are 6 years old and still going.
I think the main issue is the packaging used to deliver the product does not provide adequate protection in tranisit.