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Seagate 300GB Savvio 10K.3 (ST9300603SS)

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Seagate 300GB Savvio 10K.3

The Seagate Savvio 10K.3 is a 2.5-inch is a hard disk drive that was unveiled in March 2011. It supports the 6-Gb/s SAS interface. This 2.5-inch drive comes with the Seagate PowerTrim technology. It comes with Protection Information that features enhanced data integrity. Available in a capacity of 300GB, this drive has better 75% power savings than most drives. It offers the TCG-compliant Self-Encrypting Drive (SED) option that helps to cut down on IT drive retirement expen…

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Seagate 300GB Savvio 10K.3

The Seagate Savvio 10K.3 is a 2.5-inch is a hard disk drive that was unveiled in March 2011. It supports the 6-Gb/s SAS interface. This 2.5-inch drive comes with the Seagate PowerTrim technology. It comes with Protection Information that features enhanced data integrity. Available in a capacity of 300GB, this drive has better 75% power savings than most drives. It offers the TCG-compliant Self-Encrypting Drive (SED) option that helps to cut down on IT drive retirement expenses and at the same time, securely protecting data. It comes with the FIPS Self-Encrypting Drive option. It measures 15.00mm (H) x 70.10mm (W) x 100.45mm (L) and weighs 227g.

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The Seagate 300GB Savvio 10K.3 hard disk drive comes with a range of interesting features for consumers. There’s the Seagate PowerTrim technology that helps to reduce power for the drive. It provides 40% reduction in $/IOPS than most drives. It offers 60% improvement in system-level performance than most drives. It has support for 6Gb/s transfer rates and the SAS 2.0 feature set. It offers a spin speed of 10,000 RPM. It provides a data transfer rate of 124MB/s. It offers a random read seek time of 4.0ms and a random write seek time of 4.4ms. It has an I/O data transfer rate of 600MB/s. Its annual failure rate is at 0.55%.

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