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Seagate BarraCuda Desktop 1TB SATA III 3.5"

  • 1TB Capacity
  • 7200RPM Spin Speed
  • SATA III Interface
  • 64MB Cache
  • 3.5" Form Factor
  • 2 Year Warranty
CCL Code: HDD1319
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£67.35 inc VAT

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Seagate 1TB-per-disk technology marks another major milestone for the hard drive industry. To make this happen, Seagate engineers had to pack 340,000 hard drive tracks into the width of a single inch. This means that, when reading and writing data, the read/write head needs to accurately follow a track that is a mere 75 nano meters wide. That's about 500 times smaller than the period at the end of this sentence. Seagate AcuTrac technology helps enable this incredible feat-reliably and accurately following these nano tracks even in challenging operating environments, like an all-in-one PC with the music turned up. Barracuda 1TB-per-disk hard drives now include a host of refined technologies to further boost performance. Combined, these improvements squeeze even more performance out of storage already known for pushing the envelope.

Best-Fit Applications: Desktop or all-in-one PCs; Home servers; PC-based gaming systems; Desktop RAID; Direct-attached external storage devices (DAS); Network-attached storage devices (NAS).

Main Features:

  • Seagate Barracuda 7200.14 Hard Disk Drive
  • 1000GB Capacity
  • SATA 6Gb/s NCQ interface
  • 64MB cache
  • 12th generation of the world’s most popular desktop hard drive
  • Reliability demonstrated by low predicted annualized failure rates of less than 1%
  • Seagate SmartAlign technology means a transparent, no-hassle transition to Advanced Format 4K sector hard drives
  • Seagate OptiCache Technology and AcuTrac Technology
Hard Disk
Disk Capacity 1000 GB
Drive Capacity 1000 GB
Drive Size 3.5 Inches
Disk Size 3.5 Inches
Disk Speed 7200 RPM
Interface SATA 6Gb/s
Drive Interface SATA 6Gb/s
Data Buffer/RAM 64 MB
Platters 1
Cylinders 16,383
Heads 2
Bytes per Sector 4K Sector with Emulation
Sectors per Track 63
Average Seek Time Read: 8.5ms • Write: 9.5 ms
Average Latency 4.16 ms
Seek Time (Track to Track) Read: 1.0ms • Write: 1.2 ms
Data Transfer Rates 600 MB/s
Power Requirement Spin Up (Max) 5.9 Watts
Power Requirement Idle (Ready) 3.36 Watts
Operating Temperature 0 to 60 °C
Non Operating Temperature -40 to 70 °C
Relative Humidity 5 to 95 %
Shock (Non Operating) 350Gs for 2ms
Vibration (Operating) 0.5Gs
Vibration (Non-Operating) 3.0Gs
Acoustics (Seek Mode) 2.4 dB
Acoustics (Idle Mode) 2.2 dB
Altitude (Operating) -60.96 to 3,048 m
Altitude (Non-Operating) -60.96 to 12,192 m
Temperature Gradient 20 °C per hour
Form Factor Hard Disk Drive
Enclosure type Internal
Width 10.16 cm
Depth 14.69 cm
Height 2.0 cm
Weight 0.4 kg
Barcode 7636490025914
Spicers Number 134043
ISPC Code 40363
Item Details
Manufacturer Seagate
Part Number ST1000DM003
EAN 7636490025914
Condition New

Do you have you a question about the Seagate Barracuda 7200.14 1TB Hard Drive (7200rpm) SATA 64MB (Internal)?

Q: I bought this for my new build. But my problem is that although it is SATA, it is recognized as SCSI in my win 7 64 bit device manager.How can i make windows recognize it as SATA?Will it affect performance (working like SCSI not SATA)?
Answer by Website User on 12th January 2015
I don't believe this is particularly an issue. Western Digital have an article on the matter that indicates that all will be fine: http://wdc.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/1433/~/serial-ata-hard-drive-is-detected-as-a-scsi-device-in-windows -Danlevan
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Q: My pc is an ACER ASPIRE M1310. using windows vista home premium.4GB MEMORY INTEL PENTIUM(R)DUAL CPU 2140 1.60GHZ.will this drive be ok for my pc?
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Q: Does this come with a SATA cable, or would I need to buy one?
Answer by Dan on 21st February 2014
No, this drive would not come with a SATA cable. -Danlevan
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Q: CCL Code: HDD1319 Mnfr Code: ST1000DM003 Description states drive has a 2yr warranty, is this correct ? most places state 1 yr, and one of the answers in your Q+A states it's 1yr ?
Answer by Website User on 19th February 2014
These drives previously had a 1 year warranty in 2012, this has since been extended to 2 year by Seagate. -Danlevan
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Q: Bought this, installed it and lo, Win7 doesn't recognise it. I can see it in the device manager but I can't put an operating system on it because Win7 doesn't have the correct drivers. Any ideas before I go down the returns option ?
Answer by Website User on 7th February 2014
Please try going to Control Panel > Administrative Tools > Computer Management then select disk management under storage and check the status of the drive you can format and initialise the drive making it visible in windows. Although when trying to install Windows from Power up/ boot up the installer should recognise any un-formatted un-inisilised drives. If the drive fails to format that will indicate that it is faulty and you would need to send back for a replacement.
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Q: is the hard drive compiatble with the Asus M5A97 LE R2.0 AMD Socket AM3+ Motherboard
Answer by Dan on 22nd January 2014
Yes, this will be compatible. -Danlevan
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Q: My computer has sata 1 connection and is running XP will there be any issues with this drive
Answer by Dan on 12th January 2014
No, this should be fine. -Danlevan
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Q: Hi I have a Dell Inspiron 580 with a ST31000528AS ATA hard drive that has crashed. Would this hard drive be a suitable replacement Thanks
Answer by CCL on 12th September 2013
The ST31000528AS comes up as being a SATA hard drive, so yes this should be just fine. -Danlevan
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Q: does this work well in a mac pro 1.1. i hear could be problem in this drive being recognised and does it slot into the bays or does it need additional leads.
Answer by CCL on 8th May 2013
You shouldn't have any problems using this with a Mac Pro as a SATA hard drive connection is universal. I'm not certain on the internal fittings of a Mac, it may have a bay with connections already present, but I would assume it would be like a PC and require you to connect it with a SATA data cable. The power supply should have available connections to power the drive, though splitters are available if not. -Danlevan
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Q: will this fit in a mac pro 1.1. desktop. hear they could be problems with this one but i wasn't pleased with the advice i found on the internet. could you help me with this please. thanks.
Answer by CCL on 6th May 2013
3.5 inch hard drives are a standard size, and any hard drive correctly formatted should be fine with a Mac Pro. -Danlevan
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Q: The manufacture stipulates that the interface for this model is SATA3 6gb. Your details say SATA2 3gb interface? Can you clarify
Answer by CCL on 19th April 2013
I believe Seagate have updated the spec of this drive at some point from its original setup on our system so it is now shipping listing a SATA III connection, however as a mechanical drive there is no speed difference between running it on a SATA II or III connection. -Danlevan
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Q: Please can you tell me if this drive is backwards compatible with my Asrock 775Dual-VSTA motherboard which has Sata 1.5Gb/s connectors?
Answer by CCL on 18th February 2013
Yes, this will work fine with that board as they use the same physical connection. -Danlevan
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Q: The Hitachi 500GB (raid) drive in my 2009 year HP computer has failed. I wish to buy replacement of 500GB or 1TB, and I think I would need the appropriate installation software. I am more concerned with reliability than the price. Any advice or comments welcome, Thank you, Douglas Brady
Answer by CCL on 19th September 2012
This drive is supplied drive only, but if your hard drive has failed the only software that could come with a drive would not be of use, as this would be cloning software to copy existing data. The only thing you would need along with this drive would be Windows installation media. -Danlevan
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Answer by CCL on 19th September 2012
Seagate are an excellent brand of hard drives and have a great reliability record. Hard drives generally require no installation software, as such these drives do not come with any discs. -MR
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Q: how long is the warranty on this product?
Answer by CCL on 8th September 2012
This drive has a 1 year warranty. -Danlevan
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Website User on 29th October 2012
I bought this hard-drive and it stopped working, i took it back and got a brand new hard drive which is working brilliant... thanks
Customer on 21st August 2012
Works great. Didn't need to install any extra software, such as the Intel Rapid Storage Technology since Windows 7 has NCQ built in. Cheaper than Caviar Blue's and have better read/write speeds too. My only gripe is the packaging. Granted, it wasn't damaged in any way but the 'box' it came in was little more than cardboard shell with no bubble wrap. I'd still definitely recommend this drive to anyone looking for 1TB.

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