Western Digital Caviar Black

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About the Product

The Caviar Black is available in 750/1000GB storage capacities and has 32B cache, and 7200RPM rotational speed. It supports Serial ATA interface, and features perpendicular magnetic recording. 5 year limited warranty.

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Western Digital Caviar Black Reviews Rating: 90 out of 100 based on 3 ratings.

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Hardware.Info  --- Mar 01 '13
Hardware.Info  --- Dec 03 '13
HardwareCanucks  --- Nov 04 '09
HardwareCanucks  --- Dec 03 '12
PC Perspective  --- Feb 14 '10
t-break  --- Nov 24 '11
Tech Report  --- Oct 26 '09
Tech Report  --- Feb 17 '10
Techgage  --- Dec 23 '09
ThinkComputers 10/10 Dec 15 '10
Tweak Town 90% Dec 09 '09
Futurelooks.com 8/10 Feb 18 '09
HardwareCanucks  --- Apr 06 '09
PC Stats 86% Jun 17 '09
Tech Report  --- Aug 28 '08
ThinkComputers 9/10 Dec 23 '08
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Western Digital Caviar Black Roundups and Shootouts

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Western Digital Caviar Black Review Hardware Secrets -- Sep 30 '09
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Western Digital Caviar Black Review PC Perspective -- Sep 07 '09
Western Digital Caviar Black Review Hardware Secrets -- Jun 18 '09
Western Digital Caviar Black Review t-break -- Dec 14 '08

Futurelooks.com on Feb 18 '09

"Well in the end, it’s hard to deny the Western Digital Caviar Black as a viable option for someone looking for a large reliable drive for their performance system. It’s not as fast a VelociRaptor,..."

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Hardware.Info on Mar 01 '13

"We have to be honest here. The Western Digital Caviar Black 4TB is a bit of a letdown. It came out more than 6 months after the Hitachi 7K4000 4TB, yet the Hitachi is faster, cheaper, quieter and..."

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Hardware.Info on Dec 03 '13

"If you will use both a hard disk and an SSD, you don't need to spend money on an expensive 7200 rpm model. The Western Digital Caviar Green 3TB and Seagate Desktop HDD.15 4TB are more affordable..."

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HardwareCanucks on Apr 07 '09

"If we had to summarize this drive in only one phrase that phrase would be “jack of all trades”. It’s not the best choice for every occasion but it certainly is right up there in darn near every..."

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HardwareCanucks on Nov 05 '09

"We can go on and on about how good this pricey drive is, but in the end we think that the best thing we can say about is we have never loved a hard drive as much. If you are looking at the..."

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