Samsung Spinpoint F2 EcoGreen HD103SI – Disco duro interno de 1TB (3,5 pulgadas, SATA II, 5400 RPM, caché de 32MB)
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Descripción del producto
Altura: 26,1 mm
Ancho: 101,5 mm
Bytes por sector: 512
Capacidad de disco duro: 1024 GB
Ciclo comenzar/detener: 50000
Color del producto: Negro
Interfaz del disco duro: SATA
Intervalo de temperatura operativa: 0 - 60 °C
Peso: 610 g
Profundidad: 147 mm
Promedio de latencia: 5,52 ms
Tiempo de busqueda entre pistas(lectura/escritura): 8,9 ms
Tiempo para unidad preparada: 12 s
Unidad de dispositivo, velocidad de transferencia: 300 MB/s
Unidad, tamaño de búfer: 32 MB
Velocidad de rotación de disco duro: 5400 RPM
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Built two systems at the same time, one using this, one using a 1tb WD-Black... running the two side by side, there IS a noticeable difference between the two...
The samsung f3 spins up faster, seeks faster, writes about the same...
The WD is louder, is warmer to the touch, and already has had several bad sectors show up (common in 1tb+ drives still)
Both cost about the same at time of purhase, but I've now found this F3 drive cheaper at certain online vendors...
The only thing I can state is I have no idea what the longevity of this HDD will be, I have heard issues about QC, but I've had them with WD, and now avoid seagate because of 4 HDDs going bad.
So as for a final review, I can really vouch that I love the performance of the F3 and WILL be ordering more.
After fully describing to customer service in an email and leaving packaging feedback....The replacement was packed just as bad, if not worse than this first. Just one air pillow on one side, nothing on other sides. Nothing on top and bottom. This is a bare OEM drive, not in retail packaging, so requires complete padding around whole unit.
Since Amazon, clearly can't figure this out. I advised them this time, to go to any hard drive manufacturer's web site. Look there to see how they demand hard dives be shipped back to them for warranty repair.
Reporting on the drives themselves: Of the two I've had. Both run extremely cool. The noise level is not too loud, but also not without chatter, but the platters are well balanced and there is very minimal vibration. The speed is fine and gives a 5.9 WER. Same as the Seagate 640 GB in same chassis. Long turn reliability, is yet to be determined and may vary widely, based on how it was shipped to the customer.
I've had the drives for 2 weeks now and have put them through their paces. One drive already has 750gb stored on it, and the other drive has 250gb. I was actually replacing several smaller drives, so I filled the first one up quickly. Performance is really very good. The drives are very quiet, and they don't appear to put off much heat. HDTach lists the average read speed as 120mb a second, and the burst speed is about 240mb a second. That's phenomenal performance for a mechanical drive at this price.
Im no novice to computer hardware. Ive built 3 of my pc's, overclock my i7 to 4.64ghz (not for every day usage), and post regularly on pc enthusiast forums. I made attempts to stop the vibrations by installing the mounts with rubber O rings as well as placing 1/4" pads under the feet of the pc. My tower is an HAF 932 and it is built for silent operation of components. I posted on pc enthusiast forums for solutions and other people's experience with this hdd. Conclusion was 3 others had the same problem as me. Particularly if the tower is resting on a desk rather than on the floor (where it is subject to more dust and debris). No remedy was found.
From my experience this hdd is unacceptable. Went back to using a hdd manufacturer that is more reliable despite being slightly slower.
Regarding Amazon packaging. I wouldnt say that I have ordered dozens of hdd's but I have ordered 8-10 OEM hdd's. This packaging is typical. I dont think its unusual to get a plastic bag and the cardboard box. If you expect cables and delicate wrapping then you probably need to buy from a different source, or avoid OEM items.