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Uber Geek
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Topic # 242388 25-Oct-2018 21:00
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Ive got a Seagate 500GB Thin SSHD.

 

 

 

500GB spinning disk, with 8GB MLC NAND cache, and a little voodoo mixed in to make it work without any setup/intervention.

 

Its a 2.5inch laptop form factor, thin 7mm z-height, SATA.

 

It's from a Dell thats been upgraded to full SSD storage.

 

 

 

Review here:https://hexus.net/tech/reviews/storage/58853-seagate-laptop-thin-sshd-500gb/?page=3

 

Application load times, Booting OS, and game load times are about 3x faster than a regular HDD. So it has tangible benefits.

 

 

 

If nobody wants it I might use it as an intermediate storage tier between my SSD's and HDD's particularly for game loading.

 

 

 

Looking for $20.

 

Pickup in Tauranga, or shipping could be arranged.


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  Reply # 2114433 26-Oct-2018 13:44
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Pm sent.



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  Reply # 2114434 26-Oct-2018 13:48
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Its pending sold now.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 2114436 26-Oct-2018 13:59
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And not to me either unfortunately!



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  Reply # 2114437 26-Oct-2018 14:02
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Nope sorry, and I've got a small queue if its falls through too.

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