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    big hard drives

    I was wondering when you were expecting the 1TB cinestar drives from hitachi or the 750GB db35 seagate drives?
    I currently am using a normal seagate 750GB drive in my sky HD box but it is quie noisy.

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    interested in any 1tb hard drives as well.

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    These products have not been added to our new products list as yet by the manufacturer. Our manufacturer's have access to add new products directly onto this list so I will watch out for these for you

    Best Regards

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    Ok thanks chris

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    Bigger drives nice, need to get some drives out of my machine tbh...

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    mmm 1TB in RAID1

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    1TB hdds will cost ££££

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    Yes but if I get 2 of them I can take the rest of my drives out lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by h4x3r920 View Post
    1TB hdds will cost ££££
    they're RRP is $399

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