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Seagate Barracuda 7200.11: ST3750330AS

 

This drive belongs to the latest, eleventh, generation of Seagate’s Barracudas. The platters of this generation do not break any records: while Samsung’s 1GB drive is based on three platters, Seagate employs four. The reduction of the storage capacity helped use a 3-platter design for the 750GB model, though.

Logically enough, the desktop version of the drive is accompanied with an enterprise version.

Seagate Barracuda ES.2: ST3750330NS

 

It seems to be a twin brother of the previous drive. You’ll see in our tests if they are indeed identical in terms of firmware and speed.

 
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