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4TB Seagate Barracuda ST4000DM000 3.5" SATA III Hard Drive - HDD

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SATA 6GB/s, 5900RPM, 64MB Cache, 2 Year Warranty

This item is currently discontinued and at present, we have no replacement on order.
Quickcode: 54551  
Stock code: HDR-SOV1TB-ST4000DM0
Manuf. code: ST4000DM000
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The 12th generation Barracuda® hard drive continues a long tradition of Seagate technology leadership resulting in new capacity milestones, faster performance and rock-solid reliability.

The drive delivers 1TB-per-disk densities with the fast performance and huge capacities to power today’s storage-hungry applications at prices more affordable than ever!

- Interface: SATA 6Gb/s.
- 5900rpm Rotation Speed.
- 64 MB cache.
- 4TB Capacity.
- Designed with industry-leading acoustics and low power levels.

Warranty Information:

Manufacturer seagate
Warranty Type Direct with Manufacturer
Manufacturer Website
Warranty Period (yrs)2
Rotational Speed5900
Storage Capacity -GB4000
Read Speed0
Write Speed0

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Question  compatible with gigabyte ga -970A-UD3P? by kid

Is this compatible with motherboard gigabyte ga -970A-UD3P amd socket am3+ ?

Answer by samuelm on Monday, January 12, 2015
It is.

Question  What is the RPM? by Yosh

Title states 5900RPM: "SATA 6GB/s, 5900RPM, 64MB Cache, 2 Year Warranty"

Description states 7200RPM: "7200rpm Rotation Speed."


Answer by samuelm on Monday, September 1, 2014
The drive speed is 5900RPM, apologies for the confusion.

Question  Compatible with Z77-DS3H by Tom Hart

Will this HDD work with a Z77-DS3H MoBo?

Answer by stewartz on Sunday, February 9, 2014
That should be fine.