Western Digital Ships First 3 TB HDD

Posted: Oct 19 2010, 11:23am CDT | by , in Shopping | Peripheral

 

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Western Digital Ships First 3 TB HDD
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For hoarders.

Do you need three terabytes of storage? Probably not. In fact, almost certainly not. That kind of storage space is only meaningful for people with thousands of dollars to spend on media...or a bizarre, near-compulsive need to torrent and archive high-definition films and television. Whether you're rich or crazy, the Caviar Green internal HDD from Western Digital is the right tool for the job. (UberGizmo)

Caviar Green is the first HDD to hold 3 TB. It packs 750 GB per platter and is designed for 64-bit operating systems. It also includes an Advanced Host Controller interface adapter that allows 32-bit Vista and Windows 7 machines to use the OS. This drive spins at 5,400 RPM and has a 64 MB cache plus SATA and SATA II support. Expect to pay $239 for this monster.

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