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Hitachi Ultrastar 300GB C10K600

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Hitachi Ultrastar 300GB C10K600

The Hitachi Ultrastar 300GB C10K600 is an internal hard drive that has 39 recording zones. It also supports 6/6/3 Data Heads (physical) and 3/3/2 Data Disks, 341 areal density (Gbits/sq. in.), 64 MB data buffer, 10,000 rotational speed (RPM), 3 Latency Average (ms), 1893 media transfer rate (Mbits/seconds), 600 interface transfer rate (MB/seconds), 176-109 sustained transfer rate (MB/sec, typ.), 3.7 seek time (read, ms, typical), and 2 hours of mean time before failur…

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Hitachi Ultrastar 300GB C10K600

The Hitachi Ultrastar 300GB C10K600 is an internal hard drive that has 39 recording zones. It also supports 6/6/3 Data Heads (physical) and 3/3/2 Data Disks, 341 areal density (Gbits/sq. in.), 64 MB data buffer, 10,000 rotational speed (RPM), 3 Latency Average (ms), 1893 media transfer rate (Mbits/seconds), 600 interface transfer rate (MB/seconds), 176-109 sustained transfer rate (MB/sec, typ.), 3.7 seek time (read, ms, typical), and 2 hours of mean time before failure. The Hitachi Ultrastar C10K600 measures 14.8 x 70 x 100.6 mm and weighs 204 g.

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The Hitachi Ultrastar C10K600 is a 2.5-inch 10,000 RPM hard drive with a capacity of 300GB that provides users with 18% faster sequential and up to 15% random performance. Supporting SAS 6Gb/s interface, the hard drive supports a 64MB cache buffer to optimize the read/write response time, is designed in a 10K RPM 2.5-inch form factor, uses 22% less power during operation; has a 300GB capacity which enables 3.5- to 2.5 inch form factor transition; and has a halogen-reduced design. It is compatible for Enterprise-class servers, Networked storage arrays, space and/or power constrained environments, Gaming PCs, small-form-factor video devices, databases and Online Transaction Processing (OLTP), Blade and 1U/2U rack-mounted servers and Cloud Computing.

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