1TB Hitachi HDS721010CLA332 3.5" SATA II Hard Drive - HDD

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SATA 3GB/s, 7200RPM, 32MB Cache, 1 Year Warranty

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This item is currently discontinued and at present, we have no replacement on order.
Quickcode: 39369  
Stock code: HDA-HDS721010CLA332
Manuf. code: HDS721010CLA332
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Description:

The Deskstar 7K1000.C hard drive is a 7200 RPM 3.5-inch hard drive that provides an exceptional blend of power efficiency and performance, making it an ideal solution for power friendly consumer and commercial desktop computers. Leveraging eighth-generation power management technology, as well as power-saving HiVERT innovations pioneered on the popular 2.5-inch line of notebook hard drives from Hitachi, this desktop drive provides up to 18% idle power savings over the previous model, delivering best-in-class power management and thermal emissions.

The Deskstar 7K1000.C demonstrates Hitachi's ecological leadership with its halogen-free design and power-efficient operation. Both these features helped qualify the drive for the Hitachi EcoTrac classification, which identifies products that minimize environmental impact in the areas of product design, manufacturing, operation and disposal.

Warranty Information:

Manufacturer hitachi
Warranty Type Direct with Manufacturer
Manufacturer Website http://www.hitachi.com/
Manufacturer Phone 0207 133 0032
Warranty Period (yrs) 1

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Question  Caddy\\'s and enclosures by martchap

I use these hard drives in my pegasus raid system and I'm looking for a way to store them when they are full. Has anyone bought a caddy or enclosure for these hard drives and if so could you point me in the right direction? I'm having trouble finding any.

Thanks

Answer by dmurfitt on Wednesday, January 4, 2012
Quickcode 44776 would do the job :)

Question  price triple by concerned

i think it ridiculous the price of hdd in the past week how they have risen is wd whose got a problem not hit the rest!!!

Answer by daniele on Wednesday, November 9, 2011
The large-scale flooding going on in Thailand (where 25% of all global hard drive assembly takes place) has meant many manufacturers are struggling to meet demand as they deplete stock, pushing up prices. For more info on this, check out http://goo.gl/6uK3I and http://goo.gl/7Jn4T

Question  Rising Price - Thailand floods by Andyc

Hi, I could be wrong, but across the board the price of Hard Drives seems to be increasing. Is this as a result of the Thailand floods causing a shortage? How long would you expect this to last if this is the case?

Many Thanks,

Answer by daniele on Thursday, November 3, 2011
Yes, that would be correct:
The large-scale flooding going on in Thailand (where 25% of all global hard drive assembly takes place) has meant many manufacturers are struggling to meet demand as they deplete stock, pushing up prices. For more info on this, check out http://goo.gl/6uK3I and http://goo.gl/7Jn4T
How long it is likely to last is anyones guess really but from reading around t'interwebs, it looks like it will be towards christmas/into Q1 '12 before prices fall to a similar level that they were at pre-floods.

Question  will this work with by assim

will this work with m5a78l-m/usb3 motherboard. thanks

Answer by andrewn on Monday, August 15, 2011
Should work fine with any motherboard with SATA connectors on it, really.

Question  Question by anonymous

i would like to know if this is a silent hard drive

Answer by andrewn on Wednesday, August 10, 2011
Only SSDs are silent, so strictly the answer is no. Is it quiet? Different people have different tolerances to noise. My experience of these drives is that it's fairly quiet, but if noise levels are your highest priority you might want to look at the 5200 RPM drives rather than 7200 RPM models. Or even invest in an SSD, which really are silent.
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