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SteveColes

Steve
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I've upgraded a few of my disk drives on my home computer and NAS. I have some older ones to give away. There is:


[strike]WD WDE6400 640GB. SATA 3.0 Gb/sec 7200 RPM
[/strike] -------Ben325e

[STRIKE]WD WD7500AACS 750GB SATA 3.0 Gb/sec 7200 RPM[/STRIKE]-----RayH

[STRIKE]Hitachi hde721010sla330 SATA 3.0Gb/sec 1TB 7200 RPM [/STRIKE] -------zapdafish
[STRIKE]WD WD10EACS 1TB SATA 3.0 Gb/sec 7200 RPM[/STRIKE]------- Manfre
[Strike]WD WD7500AACS 750GB SATA 3.0 Gb/sec 7200 RPM[/Strike]-----peteb301


No cost, no guarantees.:gar-La;
The only thing I ask is that they NOT be sold. Just pay forward, please.

I can't ship. PM me if you are interested. First come first serve
 
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SteveColes

Steve
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Re: Update -added another Drive. Large sata disk drives for FREE

BUMP - Showing 640GB still available and another 750GB now available. Also for checklist purposes, who is getting what is now mentioned
 

zapdafish

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Re: Update -added another Drive. Large sata disk drives for FREE

Kinda curious what size are you upgrading to? My station at work just got upgraded to a 1TB drive. Hard to imagine having to upgrade to something bigger.
 

CaptnA

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Re: Update -added another Drive. Large sata disk drives for FREE

Mr Steve, this is exactly the sort of thing I'd expect to see here.
I just wish I knew what more of that meant! :rotflm:
 

SteveColes

Steve
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Re: Update 1 640GB left. Large sata disk drives for FREE

The last 750 is spoken for. Only thing left is the 640
 

Ben325e

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Re: Update -added another Drive. Large sata disk drives for FREE

Id be happy to have the remaining drive - currently have 200 gig :"-(
 

ehpoole

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Re: Update 1 640GB left. Large sata disk drives for FREE

Storage is such a funny thing. I have untold terabytes of storage on my home network and I STILL need to get around to building a new RAID NAS to add on to my network. :eusa_doh:

And oddly enough, I still remember my first 10, and 40MB harddrives. I especially remember my first 1GB drive back in '92 (about $2K, was a full-height 5-1/4" monster SCSI drive that drew nearly 30-Watts). And to think I scraped by with an old 40MB hard drive (that I actually still have in a drawer) for my BBS PC back in the mid-to-late 80s!

Then again, I remember a period in the late 80's when RAM prices spiked to $1K/MB -- and my brand new 386 needed 2MB... *ouch* I don't even recall what the 150MB ESDI drive sold for back then.

The irony being, of course, that I could not even fathom owning just a single 1TB (much less 2TB) harddrive back in the 80's... I could only begin to remotely fathom a TB once I got my first 1GB drive... now I'm trying to imagine a PB (Petabyte) drive in the future.

Thanks for sharing your hand-me-downs with others. :icon_thum
 

manfre

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Thanks Steve!

:XXcompute The 1 TB drive works like a charm! It was good chatting with you and I hope your back is feeling better.
 

SteveColes

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Thanks Steve!

:XXcompute The 1 TB drive works like a charm! It was good chatting with you and I hope your back is feeling better.

great, I hope you get some reliable use from it. It was a pleasure to meet and talk with you. I hope I wasn't too rude, but the discomfort really got the best of me today.
 
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