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Mushkin Enhanced Chronos 2.5
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  • neweggOwned For: more than 1 year

Pros: It has a 3 year warranty. Mushkin will replace faulty drives with refurbs quickly. <The refurbs are just as faulty and will soon fail>

This product is great to use when you want to silently screw someone over. Install it as their OS drive and watch them cry 2 months later as their computer won't boot up. Install it as a storage drive and you can giggle in anticipation for when the time comes that they lose all the work they've saved.

Cons: This drive is not heavy enough to make a decent paper weight.

Since buying this drive back in 4/2012, it has failed 4 times. Failed meaning it is no longer detected or recognized by multiple computers. I have had it replaced by Mushkin 3 times. After the 3rd death, I requested Mushkin send me an alternative model as it is obvious that this model has design flaws. They refused, but were happy enough to send me the same horrible drive that will randomly die with no warning.

Well, I'm done with mushkin. I still have time to request a replacement, but I have no interest in using or owning an unreliable hard drive.

Other Thoughts: As I have found the ownership experience of this Mushkin product so frustrating and distasteful, I will ensure that all devices I now order for my employer never include any Mushkin hardware. Thanks for the drive failures.

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Seagate Desktop HDD ST1000DM003 1TB 64MB Cache SATA 6.0Gb/s 3.5
  • Verified Owner
  • neweggOwned For: 1 day to 1 week

Pros: Haven't had the drive very long, but was a quick install and I've used this brand and model before without problems. I purchased this particular drive because it was a single platter TB drive with a solid 64mb cache. In my experience, I've noticed that single platter desktop drives tend to be a bit more reliable, generate less heat, and make less noise. Have yet to do any Read/Write speed tests, but it did take some data quickly, and it's quiet, as in I heard nothing over the 3 case fans in my computer.

Cons: Warranty is only 2 years.

Other Thoughts: I did not see any cables or screws advertised that someone else posted and the software is available to download from seagate's website for free. For those that want all the accessory cables and screws, buy retail and pay retail prices. A box and a $2 cable will cost you $50 more.

Also those claiming a 3tb drive is locked at 750GB, that's a PEBCAK error and you should probably drop your 5 star tech level to a 2 star.

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Seagate Desktop HDD ST1000DM003 1TB 64MB Cache SATA 6.0Gb/s 3.5
  • Verified Owner
  • neweggOwned For: 1 day to 1 week

Pros: Haven't had the drive very long, but was a quick install and I've used this brand and model before without problems. I purchased this particular drive because it was a single platter TB drive with a solid 64mb cache. In my experience, I've noticed that single platter desktop drives tend to be a bit more reliable, generate less heat, and make less noise. Have yet to do any Read/Write speed tests, but it did take some data quickly, and it's quiet, as in I heard nothing over the 3 case fans in my computer.

Cons: Warranty is only 2 years.

Other Thoughts: I did not see any cables or screws advertised that someone else posted and the software is available to download from seagate's website for free. For those that want all the accessory cables and screws, buy retail and pay retail prices. A box and a $2 cable will cost you $50 more.

Also those claiming a 3tb drive is locked at 750GB, that's a PEBCAK error and you should probably drop your 5 star tech level to a 2 star.

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Stephen D.'s Profile

Display Name: Stephen D.

Date Joined: 12/05/07

  • Reviews: 31
  • Helpfulness: 16
  • First Review: 12/18/07
  • Last Review: 04/10/15
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