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Testseek.co.uk have collected 32 expert reviews of the Seagate Barracuda 7200.9 SATA300 ST3-AS Series and the average rating is 83%. Scroll down and see all reviews for Seagate Barracuda 7200.9 SATA300 ST3-AS Series.
 
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  Published: 2006-05-01, review by: expertreviews.co.uk

  • Abstract:  This drive isnt twice as fast as old-style SATA predecessors, but its a great performer for the price. The Seagate is fast. And with a cost per gigabyte of just 29p, its very economical too. To the untrained eye, the Seagate Barracuda 7200.9 is no...

 
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  Published: 2006-03-01, review by: alphr.com

  • Abstract:  A lot of storage, together with good performance make this a tempting drive. But it isnt the best value for money If you keep a lot of media on your PC, the Barracuda 7200.9, which offers 465GB of storage after Windows formatting, is a seriously temp...

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  Published: 2006-01-27, review by: itreviews.com

  • Abstract:  huge capacity serial ATA drive: The new range of Seagate 7200.9 hard drives is available in a range of capacities that start at 80GB and work up through 120GB, 160GB, 200GB, 250GB, 300GB and 400GB to the top of the heap ...

 
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  Published: 2005-12-16, review by: tomshardware.co.uk

  • Abstract:  At a total capacity of 500 GB per hard drive, the industry should seriously consider to split between high capacity and high performance hard drives, because the latest Seagate drive makes a step backwards in performance. Seagate wants it all these d...

 
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  Published: 2005-03-01, review by: custompc.co.uk

  • As with all of the largest hard disks, the 500GB 7200.9s biggest downside is its price. At 51p per GB, this drive is more costly than Hitachis equally massive Deskstar 7K500, and you could pick up three Deskstar T7K250s for the same money and have 50...

 
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  Published: 2007-07-05, review by: madshrimps.be

  • Abstract:  I find my hard drive getting smaller by the day; some of you might have the same feeling. With photos and videos being created daily from my growing family, it is time to look for larger hard drive. Hard drives are becoming a good bargain lately, as lo...

 
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  Published: 2007-06-18, review by: ixbtlabs.com

  • Maxtor and Seagate did not allow Hitachi GST to enjoy being the only manufacturer that offers a high-capacity series for long (Deskstar 7K500 series). They have crossed the 500 GB line for a single desktop hard drive using newer technologies (platters...

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  Published: 2007-05-16, review by: monster-hardware.com

  • Fast, Decent price/performance ratio, Five year warranty (If new)
  • Not as quiet as some other drives
  • Other than the slight noise issue mentioned earlier I have no complaints with the Seagate ST 3500641AS hard drive. While some of you might have concerns about the fact that this hard drive is factory re-certified and not brand new, I havent had any re...

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  Published: 2007-01-01, review by: rage3d.com

  • Abstract:  At my disposal I had three sets of four Seagate Barracuda drives. Representing the 7200.9 era is the ST3250624AS, a 7200rpm 250Gb drive with 16Mb cache and a claimed max sustained transfer rate of 76.6 MB/sec..

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  Published: 2006-09-26, review by: Thetechlounge.com

  • Abstract:  I have discussed the perils of storage before. Like with money, the more you get, the more you want! And the storage industry has been all too happy to feed our growing need to stash our digital junk. Personal video players, media PCs, DVRs, and MP3 pl...

 
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