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Seagate Barracuda 3.5 Inch 2Tb 7200 Rpm 64Mb 6Gb/S Internal Sata Drive

3.4 out of 5 stars 21 customer reviews

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Seagate Barracuda 3.5 Inch 2Tb 7200 Rpm 64Mb 6Gb/S Internal Sata Drive Barracuda 7200.12

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Summary : Screen Size, Screen Resolution, Graphics Coprocessor, Graphics Card RAM
Screen Size 3.5 inches
RAM 2000 GB
Brand Name Seagate
Item model number ST2000DM001
Item Weight 11.4 ounces
Product Dimensions 4.9 x 3.2 x 0.6 inches
Item Dimensions L x W x H 4.86 x 3.19 x 0.57 inches
Hard Drive Rotational Speed 7200 RPM

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ASIN B008FXHKVQ
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3.4 out of 5 stars 21 customer reviews

3.4 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #176 in Computers & Accessories > Data Storage > Internal Hard Drives
Shipping Weight 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First Available November 10, 2011

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By Gene P. Louie TOP 500 REVIEWER on October 19, 2015
Of all computer components, the most critical is the hard drive. You have your OS, application programs, and work files stored. The latter is the most important. Spreadsheets, word processor files, emails, photos, homework, announcements, work related files, and anything important are saved on this device. When the hard drive crashes and there is no backup, everything is lost - many are not replaceable and some represent hours of work. Not as important is the boot drive containing your operating system and application programs. When they are gone, time is needed to reinstall the software. For these reasons, common sense dictates the purchase of a reliable storage unit.
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So, which brand is the best and what is to be avoided?
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The definitive research on the longevity of hard drives was published in EXTREMTECH on April 10, 2015. BackBlaze tested 41,000 units in a three year period. The results were very informative. The best was HGST with 1.4% failures. Hitachi followed with 2.0%. Western Digital had a respectable 7.6%. The worse was Seagate with 40%.
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From personal experiences in the past two years, I concur with the study. My 3TB HGST DeskStar has lasted six years and still works. My six 2TB Seagate Barracudas have expired between one month to 1.1 years. My four WD Enterprise Grade HDs have died between one month to 2.1 years. Three replacement hard drives from Western Digital and Seagate also malfunctioned within this time period.
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The latest Backblaze report came on December 11, 2015.
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I received and installed this on a Thursday, and it worked fine. Until Sunday. It's now Monday and this drive is on its way back to the seller, and a new drive (not made by Seagate) is on its way to my house.

What a disappointment. At least it died before I had a chance to put any valuable data on it and while it's still under warranty. Lesson learned - no more Seagate drives for me.
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Seagate quality is terrible and is getting worse. Several things support this trend.
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1. Barracuda drives use to have a five year warranty - activated on the date of sale. Through the years, the warranty has gone down to three and then to two years - beginning on the date of manufacture. According to one study, manufacturing, shipping, distribution, sale often take six months. If my math is correct, the typical warranty is really 1.5 years at best. If Seagate is so confident of its products and their reliability, why has it reduced hard drive warranty by 333%?
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2. From personal experience, I purchased six SATA 2TB Barracudas in the past two years. All died within one month to 1.1 years of usage. Two were OEMs from Asus CM1831 computer systems. Four were retail purchases from Frys Electronics. Because of premature deaths, two were sent back factory for replacements. So, I technically experienced eight 2TB Seagate Barracuda failures in a very short time.
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My experience was not a rare aberration or bad luck. If you just check the Amazon user reviews, one popular hard drive models registers a 20% total dissatisfaction rating - two stars and lower. The typical complaints are DOA and short life. Of the millions of computer users who use Seagates, this percentage extrapolates to a huge number of defective merchandise. . . . Poor quality seems to be the normal.
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3. Scientific and empirical research supports my experiences. On April 10, 2015, EXTREMTECH reported a BackBlaze study. The research took 41,000 hard drives from all the major manufacturers and ran them 24/7 until they failed. For the record, there were 15,528 Seagates, 22,902 Hitachies, 1,174 Western Digitals, and 47 Toshibas.
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I replaced the HD in my HP laptop with this drive. I personally have not had any issues whatsoever with it. It really sped up the computer as compared to the 7200 rpm HD that came with it. Also, plenty of space to store pretty much everything.
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I got this drive for under 90 bucks. It's basically my media drive and it's fast enough. Games load quickly and so on.

One word though, make sure to update the firmware. Otherwise this drive will make a screeching sound periodically and freeze your computer for a second or two. the firmware update fixes this issue.

Updating the firmware is a little complicated. You can't just run an .exe on teh desktop, but instead have to burn a cd and then boot off of that.
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Avoid at all costs if you care about your data. The 3TB model (ST3000DM001) has very high failure rates as discussed elsewhere, and unfortunately it looks like the others in this series are equally bad. Mine lasted less than 1.5 years with average use before errors started, and just 2 years until terminal failure. After other Seagate failures in the last few months (an external portable drive and my laptop's drive) this has been the tipping point for me, there's no way I'll ever buy another Seagate drive. Even if they're cheaper than some of their competitors, it's just not worth the amount of hassle when you have to try and recover data and/or reinstall everything on a system.

For some reason there are few reviews of this drive here, but if you take a look at the reviews on amazon.co.uk you'll see plenty of other making the same complaints. STxxxxDM001 drives are to be avoided.
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