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Toshiba X300 6TB Desktop 3.5 Inch SATA 6Gb/s 7200rpm Internal Hard Drive
$169.98
https://www.amazon.com/Toshiba-Desktop-7200rpm-Internal-Drive/dp/B013JPLKJC


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Another Toshiba drive sale , is the TOSHIBA P300 HDWD130XZSTA 3TB 7200 RPM 64MB Cache onsale at Newegg w/code ESCENEG36 for $80 (regular price $110)

Price is good till 9/5/16 .

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16822149633 

or at Amazon for $85

I needed a larger drive. Great price OP!

Toshiba X300 6TB Desktop 3.5 Inch SATA 6Gb/s 7200rpm Internal Hard Drive
$169.98
https://www.amazon.com/Toshiba-Desktop-7200rpm-Internal-Drive/dp...

$210 now

ronghairh said:   Toshiba X300 6TB Desktop 3.5 Inch SATA 6Gb/s 7200rpm Internal Hard Drive
$169.98
https://www.amazon.com/Toshiba-Desktop-7200rpm-Internal-Drive/dp/B013JPLKJC 

$210 now

  Look to the right side of the page for other sellers , and find Amazon as the seller ; price is still $169.98 .

think price will be less nearest future

Fry's Electronics (in store only) has this Deskstar 3.5" 4TB CoolSpin SATA 6Gb/s Internal Desktop Hard Drive Retail Kit (0S03359) $119.99 - $30.99 (coupon code 3381244) = $89.00 + sale Tax. I don't know if this is any better than the Toshiba P300 3TB Desktop 3.5 Inch SATA 6Gb/s 7200rpm Internal Hard Drive, but decided to placed an order and going to pick it up from a local Fry's Electronics store.

PittMDN said:   Fry's Electronics (in store only) has this Deskstar 3.5" 4TB CoolSpin SATA 6Gb/s Internal Desktop Hard Drive Retail Kit (0S03359) $119.99 - $30.99 (coupon code 3381244) = $89.00 + sale Tax. I don't know if this is any better than the Toshiba P300 3TB Desktop 3.5 Inch SATA 6Gb/s 7200rpm Internal Hard Drive, but decided to placed an order and going to pick it up from a local Fry's Electronics store.
  The HGST Deskstar is a 5400 rpm drive , and the Toshiba P300 is 7200 rpm ; depends on your preference of rpms and what your use of the drive would be .

I do like HGST drives though  , but prefer (and use) the HGST NAS version (7200 rpm)  which has worked great for my main rig purely as a game drive (with ssd on top/os drive) ; but unfortunately the NAS drives are quit abit more $$$ even onsale .  I did  order the Toshiba P300 3TB for myself  a few days ago to try out as a extra drive for movies and such especially for the sale price .   I had also bought the P300 2TB version for a buddy's gaming rig a while back and he's very pleased with it , fast and quite from his experience with it  ; hence part of my reasoning and decision for purchasing the P300 for myself .

stereo55 said:   
PittMDN said:   Fry's Electronics (in store only) has this Deskstar 3.5" 4TB CoolSpin SATA 6Gb/s Internal Desktop Hard Drive Retail Kit (0S03359) $119.99 - $30.99 (coupon code 3381244) = $89.00 + sale Tax. I don't know if this is any better than the Toshiba P300 3TB Desktop 3.5 Inch SATA 6Gb/s 7200rpm Internal Hard Drive, but decided to placed an order and going to pick it up from a local Fry's Electronics store.
  The HGST Deskstar is a 5400 rpm drive , and the Toshiba P300 is 7200 rpm ; depends on your preference of rpms and what your use of the drive would be .

I do like HGST drives though  , but prefer (and use) the HGST NAS version (7200 rpm)  which has worked great for my main rig purely as a game drive (with ssd on top/os drive) ; but unfortunately the NAS drives are quit abit more $$$ even onsale .  I did  order the Toshiba P300 3TB for myself  a few days ago to try out as a extra drive for movies and such especially for the sale price .   I had also bought the P300 2TB version for a buddy's gaming rig a while back and he's very pleased with it , fast and quite from his experience with it  ; hence part of my reasoning and decision for purchasing the P300 for myself .

I have two Seagate GoFLEX Home units, i.e. one still has no HDD while the other that has the original 1 TB SATA HDD 5400 RPM has been working flawlessly. I thought perhaps this inexpensive 4 TB SATA HDD will be a great storage for my Seagate GoFLEX Home unit. I don't know how much more power is needed by a 7200 RPM SATA HDD, but I just wanted to be on the safe side not to blow my Seagate GoFLEX Home AC/DC adapter (I believe rated 110VAC @2A). I have not tried to stream any videos yet, but for my purposes as a NAS, the 1 TB version has been working flawlessly.



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