|Hard Drive||1 TB|
MaxDigitalData 1TB 32MB Cache 7200PM SATA 3.0Gb/s 3.5" Internal Surveillance CCTV DVR Hard Drive (MD1000GSA3272DVR) - w/ 2 Year Warranty
|Digital storage capacity||1000 GB|
|Hard disk size||1 TB|
|Form factor||3.5 inches|
|Cache size||32 MB|
|Hard disk rotational speed||7200 RPM|
|Item dimensions L x W x H||14.7 x 10.2 x 2.5 centimetres|
About this item
- 1TB Capacity, 7200RPM 32MB Cache 3.5in Surveillance HDD
- Estimate Record : 30 Days (30FPS, 720P)
- Heavy Duty, Perfect for CCTV DVR, Surveillance System
- Designed for 24/7 Operation, Enhanced for Video Stream, Optimized for Surveillance
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MaxDigitalData 1TB 32MB Cache 7200PM SATA 20Gb/s 3.5" Internal Surveillance CCTV DVR Hard Drive (MD2000GSA3272DVR) - w/ 2 Year Warranty is a product made by major hard drive factory that manufactured for other companies (OEM Hard Drive Reseller/VAR) re-brand to make it appear as if they made it or for large volume special application or system integration. Designed for 24/7 Operation, Perfect for Surveillance System, Security System CCTV DVR Devices
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The drive is recognized as a Hitachi, and I'm not sure if that means just the HDD controller is a Hitachi chipset, or if the entire drive is Hitachi based. But after the whole Hitachi "Deathstar" Deskstar debacle, and subsequent purchase of Hitachi by Western Digital, Hitachi upped their game. And in my experience, started making really reliable drives that only performed slightly worse than it's competitors, and usually did so at an undercut price.
But one things for sure, the drive sounds like a good ol' loud and clunky Hitachi. And if it's recognized as a Hitachi, and sounds like a Hitachi, it probably is a Hitachi. And if it is a Hitachi, it will probably be just reliable enough not to be disappointing with it's sub-par seek rate and transfer speeds.
Considering the price, I wouldn't be surprised if this is a new-old-stock drive from the "Deathstar" era, just with a more modern HDD controller. Only time will tell, but, so far, so good.
it's just loud and shakes my machine when in use, wouldn't recommend as your main drive but a great drive for the price.