Reviews and Problems with Western Digital Caviar Blue Sata 300 7200RPM 320GB 16MB (WD3200AAKS)
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Works like a champ
J.M. "Mr. DIY", Amazon
11 August 2014
Summary: I bought this HDD because I’m finally getting around to putting Win7 this machine as I have some of my others (vista is getting phased out as ME did and XP finally did). This computer had (well still has) the bigger WD6400AAKS as the sole HDD. The 640GB one is going on 5 years old now and has gotten hours of use on an almost daily basis.
Summary: Love this drive. Did exactly what I wanted it to. Did not make any checks to see precise speed values etc. I can say however that it seems to be on point as it relates to boot time, program installation and opening programs. I don't think you can lose when you go with a Western Digital drive. They are yet to let me down. Seller is also worthy of the 5 stars. Courteous and prompt. Always appreciate that.
Summary: I purchased this hdd to add OSX to my current build which was only running windows 7. I have always had WD hard drives and I have yet to have a problem with any OEM models i have purchased. This drive is no exception. I have been using this drive for a couple months now and i am able to switch back and forth between this drive and my other WD drive with no issues.
Summary: I purchased this hard drive as a replacement for the one that Dell installed in my XPS CPU years ago. As with most computer components this unit did not have any interfacing problems into the rack. There was no problems with installing Windows 7 and data processing and retrieval seem to work great. I've been running the hard drive for about three week now and I'm happy with it.