Western Digital 5TB P10 Game Drive Portable External Hard Drive, Black (PC, PS4, Xbox One)
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- Up to 5TB that can hold up to 125 games, so that you can save old favorites and still have room for new titles. Number of games based on a 36GB average per game. The number of games will vary based on file size, formatting, other programs, and factors.
- Portable and durable form factor that provides fast access to your gaming library, anywhere you go.
- High-performance HDD to optimize your console or PC gaming experience and drive your game.
- Purpose-built for gamers based on WD Black quality and reliability so you can play without limits.
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The WD Black P10 Game Drive gives your console or PC the performance-enhancing tools it needs to keep your competitive edge. It's a top-tier external HDD in available in capacities up to 5TB, built specifically for gamers looking to expand the potential of their console or PC by saving their game library in an on-the-go form factor. Now, with WD Black P10 Game Drive, you can drive your game the way you choose.
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Recognised as 4.5TB and not 5TB as per the box.
The free 2 months code offer had already expired (offer expired in June, item arrived in July). Sad.
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Follow the pictures attached for details. Opening the drive is very easy. Use a 2mm hex screwdriver on each of the four corners of the aluminum plate. Gently pry the plate up and off, there will be some resistance because it's held in place by four gentle adhesive strips. From there, pop out the four plastic tabs which are holding the drive in the enclosure. At this point, you can effortlessly lift the drive up and out of the enclosure.
Upon inspection, I found a Western Digital drive with a model number of "WD50NMZW". The interface is USB and the control board soldered on. It's possible the developer re-used old controller board design, because as you look to the left of the USB port, you see solder points that match a SATA port, in the location where you'd expect to find a port.
In any case, I learned what I needed, put the drive back together and now it serves me as an external USB drive.
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5400RPM 5TB (4.54TB useable) was hoping for a 7200RPM model...I guess that's the 3.5 inch drives.
The 'up to' 140MB/s claim was a bit aggressive.
Amazon didn't add any additional protection to the shipping of this physical hard drive. Came in a bubble wrap bag and manufacturer packaging.
Western Digital Packaging was nice.
Rubber feet arent 100% sticky, will slide if pulled by the cord
Not Impressed too much. $160 after taxes.
Seagate MyBackup Plus 5TB is under $130.
Edit: set it on a mousepad and the sound is near silent
Being a hard drive... It is best to not be rough with it, moving parts and all. I haven't tested the durability, but it seems like it could withstand a drop or two.