|Item Height||0.22 centimetres|
|Item Width||2.22 centimetres|
|Hard Disk Description||Solid State Hard Drive|
|Hardware Platform||PC, Linux|
|Are Batteries Included||No|
|Item model number||ZP1000CM3A001|
|Product Dimensions||8.02 x 2.22 x 0.22 cm; 45.36 Grams|
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- Amazing speed with next-level 3D TLC NAND and a PCIe Gen3 ×4, NVMe 1.3 unlock sequential read/write speeds of up to 3400/2180MB/s
- The trusted dependability of the BarraCuda brand with a 5-year limited warranty, and MTBF of 1.8M hours
- Slim form factor with single-sided M.2 2280 for ultra-thin/ultra-small laptops, mini PCs, and desktop PCs
- Low power consumption with up to 5.3W active power and multiple low power modes make for longer battery life and cooler running speeds
- Extend laptop battery life with BarraCuda SSD drives that reduce power consumption
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The Seagate BarraCuda 510 SSD-legendary storage designed for taking your data to the next level of performance, reliability, and efficiency. Best-Fit Applications: Ultra-thin laptops. Business PCs and laptops. Workstations and all-in-one PCs. 1TB storage capacity.
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Reviewed in the United States on 28 January 2019
Performance would start okay for quite a while, then go horribly, horribly slow for a long stall out, before getting back to normal speeds again. I've tracked it down to the software I have probing the drive's temperature. Either there's a bug in the drive electronics, or it's just so underpowered that requesting that SMART data while the drive is quite busy reading/writing will stall out the drive for up to a couple minutes at a time. It's horrid, and not something I've had any issue with, with other brands of drives.
The read/write performance is pretty disappointing. An 8TB WD Red (not "pro" either) with similar RPM rate, reads/writes 33% faster than this 8TB Segate. That's no small difference, but a huge bottleneck when backing up or restoring your data. I'd put up with it, if not for all the other problems.
The warranty terms are pretty nasty, too. Not only is it just a 2 year warranty, but they have strict limits on how much data you can read/write to your drive in the warranty period. If you happen to backup your drive a lot, or regularly zero/scrub it for secure data deletion, or anything else like that, you can find your warranty void much earlier, for no good reason. And you'll only discover that after having paid to ship your drive back to them.
And for all these drawbacks... Seagate drives are barely any cheaper than WD drives. I have no affiliation with either WD or Seagate. I used to prefer Seagate drive, many years ago, but they seem to have really given up and fallen behind their one major competitor. Even as I have issues with WD drives and decide to try Seagate again, I find they've only gotten worse along the way. AVOID!
For those unaware, SMR is Shingled Magnetic Recording versus the Conventional Magnetic Recording. The way shingled works is much like your roofing shingles, where bits are laid down in order. The issue is that when a single bit needs to be rewritten, the ENTIRE shingle sector must be written (yes, I'm simplifying the tech a little intentionally).
Not a problem UNLESS you rewrite portions of the drive regularly... Like in a RAID configuration.
This was not disclosed and as such, entirely NEW drives and a NEW enclosure must be purchased to replace this unit which is ALREADY IN SERVICE.
As such, AVOID THESE DRIVES except for offsite backup purposes as otherwise you will have HORRIBLE issues with them. Seagate should be ashamed that they intentionally mislead the consumer and then when the new became public, blamed the consumer for choosing to not buy more expensive corporate drives.
At this point, I've heard that Toshiba drives are not being misrepresented, so they will be my future purchases from here on out, as Seagate has lost my trust forever from this.
The drive I had was the 8TB model: ST8000DM004.