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Seagate FireCuda Gaming SSHD 2TB SATA (Upgrade Internal PS4/XB1) $82.90 Delivered @ Newegg

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Looking for a upgrade to my internal PS4 HDD
after a little research, This seemed like the one for me
Also recommended upgrade if going to be using alot of PSVR

Best offer on StaticICE $134

Dont Forget your 1% Cashback!

Fastest 2.5-Inch PC compute and gaming Hard Drive
5 year warranty within a thin 7mm z-height
Up to 2TB capacity store up to 80x 25GB games
Flash-accelerated technology delivers up to 5x faster load times
Multi-tier caching technology (MTC) boosts performance

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  • +1 vote

    Can upgrade your PS3 with your old PS4 HDD also if its bigger..

    But you will loose whats on it so be sure to back up!

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    Wow this is actually tempting to throw in as a secondary drive. Hmmmm, the smart thing to do would be to put direct storage upgrades to my NAS though. Must. Resist.

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    Does the Pro get much benefit from an SSD?

    Edit- found a review here https://www.eurogamer.net/articles/digitalfoundry-2017-seaga...

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      For price / performance ratio, I get SSHD for my PS4 PRO. You'll be paying $400 if you want 2TB of SSD storage.

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      It feels like these drives were made specifically for the PS4. They aren't expensive but you still feel the benefits of an SSD as the game will be loading in the same assets consistently, hence the SSHD will cache that data in the SSD portion of the drive.

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      I have an external SSD for my pro and load times are significantly better. GT sport was halved.

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    Good deal and really tempted, have anyone ever see 2.5" 4TB SSHD? I cannot google any
    I have 1TB HD internal and 2TB HD external on my PS4, I really want to get rid the external one (it looks messy).

    • +1 vote

      It will be too thick to fit in even if it exists.

    • +1 vote

      I don't think those sorts of drives exist at the moment. If you really wanted to fit a 2.5" 4TB inside your PS4, you'd have be looking for a 2.5" 4TB SSD which are really expensive.

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      2TB is the max if you want it to fit in most devices that accept a 2.5" drive.

  • +1 vote

    Why do you recommend it for PS VR? Isn't it just for quicker load times?

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      I logged in to ask this too.
      Why specifically vr?

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    How hard is it to swap the Xbox One's internal drive?

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      If you don't value warranty….. It's awful to suggest it.

    • +2 votes

      Not hard per se but it requires taking apart the Xbox One and voiding the warranty. They are not designed to be opened by the average consumer and you gotta break open the clips and take out lots of screws to fully access the inside of the console. Best to Google. If your Xbox is still under warranty then I would buy an external hard drive (I use a 3TB portable on mine).

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      I run an SSD as my external on my one x. Just got a 1tb drive and a caddy. Works a treat

  • +1 vote

    Ah damn I bought one of these for 136 a month ago :(

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      Thoughts? Worth getting?

      • +1 vote

        Works great on my PS4. Games load about the same as a standard hard drive but after playing for a while the loads time shorten by quite a bit. I would recommend it.

      • +1 vote

        Check out the digital foundry review. If you play the same game all the time then you will see a definite reduction in loading times but if you change games all the time you might not see much of an improvement.

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    Not working for me

    Code applies now, but final price shows $84.40

    Did they change something?

    • +1 vote

      Exchange rates?

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      It showed me that price to..
      But when you go to. Final screen it changes…

      Not sure why

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    Will this fit the HDD slot in the Lenovo E485?
    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/419545

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      7mm, it should. Nobody seems to make the slimmer ones anymore.

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        ?
        7mm is the slimmer one.
        9.5mm is standard.

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          Seagate (and perhaps others) used to make a 5mm. Seagate Laptop Ultra Thin. I sold a few on ebay which came in my laptops back in the day and upgraded to SSD.

          I don't think 5mm ever went beyond 500GB and HDD manufacturers have moved to the cheaper easier thicker form factors now because nobody cares about a 5mm HDD with SSD's now mature. I won't be surprised to see 7mm phased out next. It's cheaper to just stack more platters in.

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    Nice price! Does that price include GST charged when it enters the country?

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      Yes inc gst

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    Whoa… nice product, nice price!

    YEAH 2018!!

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    Has anyone had experience with this? reliability? I am planning to add it as hdd to make clone of my main 3.5 hdd.

    Edit: Ordered one. Thanks OP.

    • +1 vote

      Been using one for 4 months and haven't had any issues.

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        Is it a lot faster in boot up speed for Windows?

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          A lot of reviews (Inc one above) for SSHD. Shows the general point, that repeated loading of files get faster & faster. First load, meh.

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    Wondering if this would be a better alternative for a desktop than a 120Gb SSD for C: and a regular WD Blue for the remainder of the storage.

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      If you want speed (you have a 2nd larger drive for data) then pure SSD will win over this hybrid. Often this will perform at regular spinning disk speeds - not much higher SSD speeds. Only 8GB commonly used data will get the SSD benefit.

      That said, if its a pain to have 2 drives, then this is a compromise of speed vs space.

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    This has sold out (at the good price) - there is 3rd party seller (bleepbox) with stock but their price is over double.

    Shame as Id like to order one !

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    My HDD is still in the US after all this time… Hopeless!

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      Yeh mine fgot delivered yesterday

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        Mine just got delivered today! About time. Hopefully it works unlike the other poster :(

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    Got mine but my ps4 pro doesn't recognise the had. I've got an error msg.
    Man I don't wanna go through refund or exchange process especially with USA

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      Man that sucks. Just got mine today. Hopefully it works :/

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        And I also got a reply I can't get a replacement coz it's an international order.

        Wtf is this

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    How can I get it replaced? They only have refund options.
    The cheapest on statistics is $139!!