WD Black 1TB 3.5" SATA Desktop Internal Hard Drive (WDBSLA0010HNC-NRSN)
- Internal SATA desktop hard drive offers 1TB capacity for plenty of room to store your important files
- Transfer files at blazing-fast 6Gb/s SATA speeds, so you spend less time waiting and more time getting stuff done
- Compatible with both PC and Mac computers
- 3.5" WD Black 7200 rpm Desktop Hard Drive
- Mounting Screws
- Quick Install Guide
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Of the 612 reviewers who responded, 591 would recommend this product.
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- Good Drive- April 21, 2018
I had looked at buying a WD Black drive for quite a while. I own a 1TB WD Blue Drive but I finally ended up just buying a 1TB WD Black drive just to save some cash rather than pay for the higher cost of a 2TB WD Black Drive. I can't say I see too much difference in real world uses between the WD Blue vs the WD Black, such as what I mainly bought it for which is gaming. I would recommend a 1TB WD Blue Drive if you are looking into 1TB storage but otherwise the higher capacity WD Black drives are very worth the money, since WD Blue Drives above 1TB slow down to 5400 RPM meanwhile the WD Black Drives above 1TB retain their 7200 RPM.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- A favorite with Gamers for reliability- June 15, 2019
My old HDD was 7 years old. The old HDD was producing the dreaded "click of death." Anything beyond the manufacturers warranty period and you risk losing valuable files. Recovery of files on a failed HDD is iffy at best. This 7200rpm drive comes with a 5 year limited warranty. The drive installs easily with no special tools or expertise required. The WD Black tested and reviewed performance and reliability compares favorably with NAS and Enterprise drives. A good value if you value what goes on your HDD (irreplaceable photos?).Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Great drive for a heavy usage situation- December 8, 2018
I need to run statistical calculations on my workstation, which means running 24/7 for days. I decided to use Linux for these and the drive holds my Linux partition (original drive is still Windows). Drive is really well packed when it is shipped and comes with mounting screws and a really easy to understand set of installation instructions. I had no problems installing and formatting it. WD has a link to allow downloading a special version of Acronis if you are intending to replace one drive with another. I did not use that, but have used Acronis software in the past and it seemed to work fine. I specifically bought the black because I expect the computer will be running calculations a good deal of the time and am banking on the reputation for reliability of these drives.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.