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Western Digital Blue 2TB HDD (3.5) 7200 RPM WD20EZEX SATA 6GB/s $59.95 + free shipping

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Central Valley Computer Parts, an online computer part retailer is having a hard drive sale.

The deal that stands out the most is their 2TB WD blue drive for 59.95
The best part is its 7200 RPM and not 5400rpm.
No coupon code needed, its just the price of the drive.

Some additional details I found after research,
They're on eBay and Amazon, It looks like this is their direct website.
They look pretty good on their feedback

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is there an order limit by chance?
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I ordered 4 not too long ago, so if they had a quantity limit , its more than 4 Big Grin
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Is this company reputable? Never heard of em
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Is this company reputable? Never heard of em
I did some research before I decided to buy ... looks like they're an ebay seller http://stores.ebay.com/Central-Va...-Parts-Inc

i just went off their feedback
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trying to debate if I want to build a PC with this rather than just use an SSD. Obviously trying to keep cost to a min, I can prob get a 120-240gb SSD for the same price. Do you guys think that performance over having alot of storage space is worth?
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trying to debate if I want to build a PC with this rather than just use an SSD. Obviously trying to keep cost to a min, I can prob get a 120-240gb SSD for the same price. Do you guys think that performance over having alot of storage space is worth?
I couldn't imagine using a computer these days without an SSD. At least put your OS on it, otherwise it's torture.

Space is going to be a problem though, I recommend getting both. You can always add a HD later when you need the space.
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trying to debate if I want to build a PC with this rather than just use an SSD. Obviously trying to keep cost to a min, I can prob get a 120-240gb SSD for the same price. Do you guys think that performance over having alot of storage space is worth?

definitely install OS on SSD and keep your data on a regular HDD
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trying to debate if I want to build a PC with this rather than just use an SSD. Obviously trying to keep cost to a min, I can prob get a 120-240gb SSD for the same price. Do you guys think that performance over having alot of storage space is worth?
looks like everyone replied before I did. If you can, get both. OS on SSD for really fast booting, and a large HDD for all of your crap. You can prob manage to install a game or two on your SSD to help it load faster if thats what you're into. I also regularly see SSD's on sale too soo you can prob just do a search on the main page tbh
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Can I use this on my surveillance camera?
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Thanks a bunch! I needed one for my main rig to replace a wonky seagate green I've had forever (still works, just won't let my computer shutdown properly.)
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Can I use this on my surveillance camera?

i would get a WD Red drive because of the constant read and write
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Can I use this on my surveillance camera?
You can use a blue, but a Purple is probably better.
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Can I use this on my surveillance camera?
I think you can if its a SATA connection. You might have to format it first though ( im not too familiar with those systems)

I remember the guy at best buy tell me that you need to buy a hard drive that is rated for staying active along time for my TiVo box, and I think a surveillance system works the same... way? right? Someone would have to confirm that. I think you have to buy a purple or black drive? I'm not too hard drive knowledgeable.

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I think WD blue was initially created for budget purposes. Red is recommended for storage purposes but it will come with a hefty price tag. :/
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