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5TB Western Digital WD_BLACK P10 Portable External Hard Drive EXPIRED

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Best Buy via eBay has 5TB Western Digital WD_BLACK P10 Portable External USB 3.2 Gen 1 Hard Drive (WDBA3A0050BBK-WEBB) on sale for $99.99. Shipping is free. Thanks Jaimefbh

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I have been looking for one of these and the cheapest i have seen is 109.

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FYI: Non-shuckable, USB connector is soldered on where the SATA connector is. Amazon review pictures show it.
I grabbed one of these recently, thinking I'd be able to install some PS4 games on it, and then also use it to e.g. back stuff up from my computers -- Nope.

However the PS4 "prepares" the drive for its use assimilates the whole drive, killing any existing partitions, and makes it unreadable to Windows. No options to choose a partition or tell it how much of the drive to use.
I'm not sure I understand why this is any better than the $90 WD 5TB on sale the other day. This seems like a "gamer" drive that's only a gamer drive because of branding...

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Would anyone know if running games off of Steam from this would affect performance vs ssd or is it basically longer load times? I can live with the wait to save $$$
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FYI: Non-shuckable, USB connector is soldered on where the SATA connector is. Amazon review pictures show it.
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I grabbed one of these recently, thinking I'd be able to install some PS4 games on it, and then also use it to e.g. back stuff up from my computers -- Nope.

However the PS4 "prepares" the drive for its use assimilates the whole drive, killing any existing partitions, and makes it unreadable to Windows. No options to choose a partition or tell it how much of the drive to use.
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I grabbed one of these recently, thinking I'd be able to install some PS4 games on it, and then also use it to e.g. back stuff up from my computers -- Nope.

However the PS4 "prepares" the drive for its use assimilates the whole drive, killing any existing partitions, and makes it unreadable to Windows. No options to choose a partition or tell it how much of the drive to use.
Doesn't even show up in disk manager then?
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Would anyone know if running games off of Steam from this would affect performance vs ssd or is it basically longer load times? I can live with the wait to save $$$
Seems to work fine for me. I don't notice any longer load time either.
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Is this as good as WD Passport for regular use? or just specific for game drives?
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Got this for $95 during Amazon Prime Day. Works fine.. maybe slightly faster than Passport, but not by much.
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I grabbed one of these recently, thinking I'd be able to install some PS4 games on it, and then also use it to e.g. back stuff up from my computers -- Nope.

However the PS4 "prepares" the drive for its use assimilates the whole drive, killing any existing partitions, and makes it unreadable to Windows. No options to choose a partition or tell it how much of the drive to use.
What about formatting it in windows as FAT32 then trying it on PS4?
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Is this as good as WD Passport for regular use? or just specific for game drives?
It's just as good for reg. use.
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Would this be fine for a PS5/Xbox Series X to play backwards compatible games or is an SSD much better?
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