This is incorrect, a 3.5" drive is not a notebook internal drive, that is 2.5". The drive at MC is retail box version of same drive as thread topic, newegg also sells it but the price is higher than this OEM drive currently
Hmmm, care to explain why this drive has half the access time as the supposed Retail model, MC advertises that one as OEM so it is not a boxed retail drive
And the folks at Toshiba may know something about their own product[toshiba.com], what do you think?
Last edited by sr71; 02-02-2013 at 05:47 PM..
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Think you're mistaken no mention of retail on Newegg and 14ms seek would be abysmal for modern desktop HDDs. Not to mention the specs on the data sheet just don't mesh for something as basic as bare drive vs retail pkg. They have a full data sheet for this drive http://storage.toshiba.com/docs/p...t01aca.pdf
and only one mention of the supposed retail drive, you'd think it'd be the other way around if that were the case.
Btw your link points to an irrelevant comparison involving enterprise drives which the MC clearly isn't.
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