Reviews and Problems with Western Digital Caviar Blue Sata 300 7200RPM 250GB 16MB (WD2500AAKS)
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Ryan M., Newegg
14 October 2013
Pros: Only had this about a month now but it seems to be working fine, quiet, fast transfer speeds. $35 is a fair price compared to whats out there, cant believe the current price is $50
Cons: I swear WD, seagate, and whatever few HDD manufacturers are left are engaging in price fixing. I was looking to get a 1TB drive and it being a couple years since I bought a hard drive---something i've been buying once every 12-24 months since 2003---I expected to be able to find a TB by now for $55 or so. Nope, not unless I wanted to get an off brand. Funny how the small companies without the benefit of economies of scale can make and sell a 1TB HD for $35 but WD and ...
Summary: The first HD that I received ended up being defective. Other than that, it was easy to setup on my Dell Inspiron Desktop. It was a very simple plug and play since I was replacing a hard drive that went bad.
Summary: In diesem Bericht möchte ich euch meine, zurzeit in meinem Rechner verbaute, Festplatte vorstellen. Und zwar handelt es sich um das Modell Caviar SE16 von Western Digital mit 250GB Speicher. Warum diese Festplatte? Sagen wir es mal so: Ich hatte keine andere Wahl! Als sämtliche Teile meines neuen Rechners angekommen sind und ich mit dem Zusammenbauen gerade fast fertig gewesen bin, fiel mir auf, dass das neue Mainboard nur einen IDE-Controller, aber 6 S-ATA Controller...