Western Digital Scorpio Blue - Disco duro interno 2.5" de 320 GB (SATA Buffer 8 MB)
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|Precio||EUR 47,19||EUR 44,54||EUR 53,00||EUR 58,67||EUR 46,18||EUR 57,83|
|Envío||EUR 6,00||Envío GRATIS||EUR 6,00||EUR 3,95||Envío GRATIS||Envío GRATIS|
|Vendido por||Xtreme Drives||MercadoActual||Xtreme Drives||nrsolutions||MercadoActual||HANDEL INFORMÁTICA|
|Tecnología de conectividad||SATA||SATA||Serial ATA||Serial ATA||SATA||SATA|
|Velocidad de transferencia de datos||375 MB por segundo||750 MB por segundo||6 GB por segundo||750 MB por segundo||6 GB por segundo||375 MB por segundo|
|Tamaño de la memoria flash instalada||—||—||0||0||0||0|
|Factor de forma||2.5 inches||2.5 inches||2,5 pulgadas||2.5||3.5 inches||2.5 inches|
|Descripción del disco duro||HDD 5400 rpm||HDD 5400 rpm||HDD 5400 rpm||HDD 5400 rpm||HDD 7200 rpm||HDD 5400 rpm|
|Tamaño del disco duro||320 GB||500 GB||500 GB||750 GB||1.000 GB||1 TB|
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In Verwendung mit: 34943 - Western Digital WD Scorpio 320GB 8MB 5400rpm
In Verwendung mit: 34946 - Western Digital WD Scorpio 320GB 8MB 5400rpm
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Habría que comprobar cuanto tiempo dura funcionando bien...
WD siempre es buena marca y teniendo en cuenta el precio...
He utilizado varios WD y nunca he tenido problemas con ellos.
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Does it work? Yes. It allows you to install games and applications on it.
Does it work well? Not at all. I first noticed the horrible lag and stuttering in Ninja Gaiden Sigma and then again in MGS4 and Wipeout HD. I'd imagine any game that is going to make frequent reads from the hard drive is going to be noticeably slow and sluggish.
I feel dumb knowing that I stopped my research on replacement drives for the PS3 with the reviews on Amazon. Had I searched a little more I would have found that 4k cluster drives became mainstream in 2011 and finding a legacy 512b drive is a little tougher. I would have also found that the Ps3 doesn't play well with Western Digital 4k drives.
In the mean time I've ordered a WD 320GB Black series 7200rpm drive that is not stricken with the "advanced format" branding of the one I am reviewing here.
I bought this Hard drive, got it in 1 day from amazon, I took out the old hard drive and re installed windows 7 on the Toshiba Laptop and about an hour later it was back up and running like new, my brother is happy he did not go and spend $500 for a new laptop. I noticed this Hard drive is really really quiet with a speedy performance. 5 Stars!!
Follow up: This drive has been - as expected - reliable if a tad sluggish. If you want to add some grunt to an older laptop - this drive will not do it. But if you are not in need of a speed increase - this is reliable. Below is some comparisons for people upgrading older systems.
I have a D620atg has the Kingston SSDnow, and a D620 has a HGST Travelstar 7200rpm sata3, and finally - a D820 has a Kingrich SSD sata2 (I use an after market media bay drive and put a 5400rpm sata2 drive in it - so the Kingrich has the OSs - one Windows, one Linux and all files are saved to the WD Blue 320. I also have an alt Linux distro and Windows set up on this drive and can boot to it as opposed to the OSs on the Kingrich - via bootgrub).
The Kingston is the fastest upgrade. Next up is the Kingrich 32gig SSD sata2 (which is dirt cheap) was a notch below (no surprise). The HGST HDD is a mild surprise. It replaced a 7200 sata1 drive and the difference was pretty amazing. It also seems not too far behind the Kingrich. Plus the 500gigs of space at a good price - makes it an excellent upgrade option for older systems. Note: The extra speed of the HGST comes at a cost. I manually set the cooling fan to high, and keep the laptop on a cooling pad as much as possible. The Dell D620 id fairly small and doesn't discipate heat all that well. So if you go with a 7200rpm drive - use an after market software - like I8kfanGUI, to manually crank up the internal fan and expect the laptop to get a bit warm compared to using a more modest 5400rpm drive.
Installation was difficult since the old laptop used Vista. Had to have the computer geeks at work help me with formatting the hard drive the same as the old one, "imaging", and downloading all the updates; took about 8 hours over two days. Required additional equipment one of the guys had which inserted the old hard drive and used a USB cord to the laptop with the new hard drive.
The company decided to contact me and apologized about the issue and gave me my money back and said they would give me a full refund and ship me a new one. So I decided I would give them another chance and told them a different address to ship it to, which is in a different state than the first one, and they shipped it to the state that the first one was shipped to so I didn't even get it, and by this point I was flustered, I emailed them and told them to forget it. They said they would send me another one, so I was like fine. I ordered another hard drive from a different company and figured I would send the one I ordered back if this one "the third one" would actually be correct. Boy was I wrong! They finally sent me one to the correct address, and guess what ....It was a refurbished hard drive. 3 times I dealt with these people, 3 times unpleased with my order. DO NOT ORDER FROM THIS COMPANY!!! MARK PATEL IS A CHEAP SCAPE!!! I WOULD NOT BELIEVE ANYTHING THIS PLACE SELLS THAT IS "NEW" BECAUSE IT IS NOT. THANK YOU MARK PATEL FOR THE USELESS HARD DRIVE I HAVE.