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Posted 04-11-2017 by bb989 at 12:12 AM

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The code for the 2TB Firecuda expired yesterday. That deal is dead.

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#3
The sshd isn't particularly a good deal, but Hitachi makes good drives.
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#4
An sshd is the same as an ssd right?
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An sshd is the same as an ssd right?
No I don't believe so http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/buying...d-3520515/
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SSHD is a mechanical HDD with a small area of flash memory to cache files. The performance is much better than a standard HDD for certain things, but still far from a true SSD.
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SSHD is a mechanical HDD with a small area of flash memory to cache files. The performance is much better than a standard HDD for certain things, but still far from a true SSD.
Yes, exactly. Also, something to note is that it depends on the use of the drive. For example, upgrading the PS4's standard HDD to an SSHD will show you some great improvements to loading times, boot times, etc. and the difference between an SSHD and an SSD for the PS4, the difference is pretty much negligible. As for PC use, the gap between performance for an SSHD and an SSD are much greater where you will experience extremely fast speeds, even with the entry level SSD's compared to an SSHD.

Just my 2 cents. Great deals OP! woot
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anyone know... whats the largest capacity SSHD that can be used for an INTERNAL upgrade to a PS4 regular (not a pro)

danke
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Quote from campboy1982 View Post :
An sshd is the same as an ssd right?
It's midway between a HDD and an SSD. It has properties of both.
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anyone know... whats the largest capacity SSHD that can be used for an INTERNAL upgrade to a PS4 regular (not a pro)

danke
You'd be at the same limitations of any HDD for the PS4. It should fit just fine.
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anyone know... whats the largest capacity SSHD that can be used for an INTERNAL upgrade to a PS4 regular (not a pro)

danke
The Seagate SSHD is the best model on the market for a PS4 upgrade right now. The theoretical maximum capacity the PS4 regular can accept is 4TB but I don't believe there are any 4TB drives on the market that will physically fit in the console right now.
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Expired?
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An sshd is the same as an ssd right?
hybrid
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Promo code not working for the SSHD.
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I think the issues might be related to a problem newegg is having with their site. I also noticed promo codes are popping up on stuff that are clearly labeled as being expired three weeks ago.
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