Seagate Barracuda 7200.11 Pro Reviews
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"We heartily recommend this this product to anyone looking for a huge storage capacity and excellent performance all rolled up into one sweet drive."
"As of today, Seagates Barracuda 7200.11 1 TB is a bit more expensive compared to WDs and Hitachis 1 TB hard drives, but not to the point where we think greatly hurts its value. Seagate has a longer warranty compared to the competition, and is the only drive which has a four platter design combined with 32MB of cache. Currently, this drive sells for about $330 online, which is 0.33 cents per GB. Hitachis 1TB drive sells for roughly 0.31 cents per GB, whereas WDs Caviar GP goes for about 0.27 cents per GB. In comparison, 500GB 7,200 RPM hard drives can be had for about 0.19 cents per GB today, so if you just need raw capacity and dont care about noise/heat, these are still better values. However, if you want a boatload of storage space with excellent Vista performance and near inaudible acoustics, the Barracuda 7200.1 1TB drive is a great option."
"After all the tests were done, the Seagate Barracuda 7200.11 ST31000340AS 1TB internal HDD ran neck in neck with the Hitachi Deskstar 1TB drive. The Seagate drive ran away from the Hitachi in the HD Tach tests and the Hitachi pulled slightly ahead in Sandra benchmarks. The Seagate Barracuda 7200.11 ST31000340AS 1TB internal HDD is a speedy drive with lots of storage space that is perfect for heavy media users. If you want one of the biggest, baddest hard drives on the planet, the Seagate Barracuda 7200.11 ST31000340AS 1TB internal HDD is it."
"The Seagate 1TB drive swept all the other drives in the HD tune benchmark and took two out of four in the Sandra benchmark, which gives an overall total of about 80% in the win column. The 1 TB Barracuda is a second generation perpendicular recording drive, hence the 7200.11 as opposed to the 7200.10 that the 750GB Barracuda, so this could possibly be the reason why it does a little better than its little brother. Or could it be that my 750GB drive is starting to wear down a little considering the punishment Ive put it through."
"If you want a high performing drive that offers the largest storage capacity in its class coupled with performance equal to or better than the smaller drives, then the 11th generation Seagate Barracuda 1.5 Terabyte drive is for you. It's the perfect mix of performance and storage size that can be used in any type of system from a work station up to high end gaming rigs."