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Seagate Ships 3TB Barracuda XT

To deal with the 2.1 TB storage capacity limit in legacy PC BIOS designs and device drivers that are used by older operating systems such as Windows XP, Seagate offers a configuration software package that allows Windows XP and PC BIOS as well as the new UEFI BIOS to access the full storage capacity of the drive. The software can be downloaded free of charge from the manufacturer's website.

The new 72000 RPM 3.5-inch drive ships with 64 MB cache and 6 Gb SATA interface. Seagate claims a sustained data transfer rate of 138 Mb/s and an average operational power consumption of 9.23 watts. The suggested retail prices has not been announced.    

  • fenixkane
    Might want to fix the RPM. One too many zeros methinks.
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  • dormantreign
    72000Rpm eh? And only 130Mb/s read rate.....Holy!
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  • Insedeel
    72000 RPM eh? Might want to change that to 7200. :) Pretty cool stuff though! Can't wait to get one of those drives.
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  • kimyeang88
    if the price is 99$, it would be great lol:D
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  • noggie12
    did they mean 7200 rpm, cuz if not... 72000 is BEAST!
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  • crazitrain02
    72000 RPM!!!
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  • mp562
    Holy cow, that's the fastest hard drive ever -- 72000 RPM's ?!?!?! LOL
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  • mp562
    Must be the new land speed record hard drive Seagate has been working on -- 72000 RPM version.
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  • ltbob
    The new 72000 RPM 3.5-inch drive ships

    IMPOSSIBLE SPEED! or is it a typo..

    3tb ftw!
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  • easdfqwer
    72000 RMP !! DO WANT
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