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What is a hard drive? A hard drive is one of the key components of a modern computer. The hard drive is where all of your programs and files are stored. How does a hard drive work? A traditional hard drive uses similar technology to cassette and VHS to store your data. Inside the hard drive there are several delicate metallic platters. Just as a head inside of a cassette or VHS player reads the data on a tape there is a head inside of the hard drive that moves over the platters reading and writing data. When you turn on your computer the platters immediately begin to spin up to speed. The platters in a modern hard drive will spin between 5400rpm and 7200rpm, you may be able to hear a slight hum from your PC when your fan is not running and this will be the sound of your hard drive. When your computer is on but you are not accessing the drive the platters will continue to spin. The arm with the heads on it (called...
Tom takes a look at the new Transporter from Connected Data that allows anyone, anywhere to setup their own cloud storage system.
2.5" x 7mm Western Digital drive with a 1TB capacity
After taking 30 years to ship their first 1 billion Seagate have demolished that record due to the increased demand for storage.
The Centria won awards at CeBIT and we were keen to see exactly what it has to offer.
Once you've built your computer you may want to improve or expand it using expansion cards such as graphics cards, WiFi cards, controller cards, etc. they are super simple to fit and in this guide I'll show you how.
Building your own computer is not only rewarding but it gives you many more options with regards to future upgrades. The best thing about building your own computer is also that it's not as difficult as people may think.
Western Digital could tip Seagate off the throne as storage king.
A small stick with a hefty byte. Prepare your wallet.
CCL Choice 22x DVD+/-RW Drive
Seagate Barracuda 500GB SATA III 3.5" Hard Drive - 7200rpm, 16MB
Toshiba MK2552GSX 250GB SATA II 2.5" Hard Drive - 5400rpm, 8MB
Samsung 24x Internal DVD Writer
Western Digital Red 3TB SATA III 3.5" Hard Drive - 5400rpm, 64MB
Seagate 7200.14 1TB SATA III 3.5" Hard Drive - 7200rpm, 64MB Cache
CCL Choice 320GB SATA II 3.5" Clean Pull Hard Drive - 5400rpm, 8MB
Hitachi Touro Mobile MX3 2.5" 500GB External Hard Drive
Seagate 7200.14 2TB SATA III 3.5" Hard Drive - 7200rpm, 64MB Cache
Seagate DB35.5 160GB IDE 3.5" Clean Pull Hard Drive - 7200rpm, 2MB
Crucial M4 (32GB) Solid State Drive 6.0Gb/s mSATA (Internal)
Kingston DataTraveler SE9 (64GB) Special Edition USB Flash Drive
Kingston DataTraveler Micro (64GB) USB 2.0 Flash Drive (Black)
Kingston DataTraveler 101 (128GB) (G2) USB 2.0 Flash Drive (White)
CCL Choice 8GB USB Drive - USB 3.0
CCL Choice 16GB USB Drive - USB 3.0
CCL Choice 32GB USB Drive - USB 3.0
CCL Choice 64GB USB Drive - USB 3.0
Asustor 2U Rackmount AS-609RS Network Attached Storage (9 Bay/S-ATA/6Gb/s/2 x Gigabit)
Asustor 1U Rackmount AS-604RS Network Attached Storage (4 Bay/S-ATA/6Gb/s/2 x Gigabit)