Consistent 1 TB Hard Disk for Desktop

Consistent 1 TB Hard Disk for Desktop
May 5, 2021 No Comments Hard Disk freeweddingpv

Price: ₹ 4,999.00 - ₹ 2,950.00
(as of May 06,2021 21:28:13 UTC – Details)

Consistent Hard disk, Magnetic storage medium for a microcomputer. Hard disks are flat, circular plates made of aluminum or glass and coated with a magnetic material. Hard disks for personal computers can store up to several gigabytes (billions of bytes) of information.
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The hard drive is the component that stores your data. You’ll often see the term “hard drive” abbreviated to “HDD.” There are several reasons you might want to buy one:

  • You are out of space on your current HDD and need a bigger one
  • You are noticing that it takes a long time to open documents or export large files like videos
  • You are building a new PC from scratch

Whatever the situation, understanding why you want or need a new drive will help you know what you want and need. Once you’ve got that figured out, it’s time to know more about the different types of hard drives and the trade-offs between them.

SATA drives

Introduced in 2003, SATA (or Serial Advanced Technology Attachment) is the default interface for most desktop and laptop hard drives. They are referred to as SATA hard drives, but they are actually rotary hard drives with spinning platters and a moving needle that writes data to consecutive sectors on each platter. SATA hard drives are incredibly fast compared to their predecessor, the PATA hard drive, and can write to the disk with an interface rate of 6 Gb/s with a throughput of 600 MB/s.

A single drive can range from 500 GB to 16 TB and are available at a lower cost than any of the other drive types discussed here. They are good drives if you need a lot of cheap storage and don’t need extremely high reads or writes. Since data is physically written to a disk, it can also become fragmented, meaning that different sectors can be spread across different areas of the disk, slowing down the drive. They also are vulnerable to shock and sudden movement since there are moving parts in each drive, which makes them a poor choice for laptops.


  • Low cost
  • High disk sizes


  • Not good for laptops
  • Requires regular de-fragmentation
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