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Thursday, 14 October 2010 11:30

3TB drives listed in Germany

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Die Deutschen like them big
Two 3TB drives have popped up on a German e-tail site, but they’re still not available and there’s no pricing info.

Schottenland.de is currently listing Seagate’s 3TB Barracuda XT (ST33000651AS), a 7200rpm drive with 64MB of cache. Apart from the size, the Barracuda’s main selling point will probably be SATA 6gbps support.

The site has also listed a somewhat more conservative Western Digital Caviar Green (WD30ERZS). This is a 5400rpm drive with 64MB of cache, but it lacks SATA 6gbps support.

Sadly it’s still unclear when the drives will actually show up in stock and we don’t know the price, either.

You can check out the listings here.

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