4TB USED DESKTOP HARD DISK
Capacity: 4TB (Terabytes) – This is the amount of storage space available on the drive.
Form Factor: 3.5 inches – Desktop HDDs typically use the 3.5-inch form factor, which is larger than the 2.5-inch form factor commonly used for laptop HDDs.
Interface: SATA (Serial ATA) – Most desktop HDDs use the SATA interface for connecting to a computer’s motherboard. SATA III (6 Gbps) is a common standard for modern desktop HDDs.
RPM (Revolutions Per Minute): 7200 RPM – A 7200 RPM drive is a standard speed for desktop HDDs. It provides a good balance between performance and power consumption.
Cache: Desktop HDDs often have a cache (also known as a buffer) to temporarily store data for faster access. Cache sizes can vary, but it’s common to find 64MB or 128MB of cache in a 4TB desktop HDD.
Seek Time: The seek time refers to how quickly the drive can access data. Typical seek times for desktop HDDs are around 9-12ms.
Data Transfer Rate: The data transfer rate indicates how quickly data can be read from or written to the drive. This rate can vary, but modern desktop HDDs can offer speeds of up to 150-200MB/s, depending on the specific model.
Noise and Power Consumption: Desktop HDDs can produce some noise during operation, and their power consumption can vary depending on the model. Some HDDs may also have low-power or “green” versions that consume less energy.
Reliability and Durability: The reliability and durability of a desktop HDD can vary by manufacturer and model. Some drives are designed for long-term use in a desktop environment, while others may be optimized for specific use cases, such as NAS (Network Attached Storage).
Warranty: Desktop HDDs typically come with warranties that can range from 1 to 5 years, depending on the manufacturer and the specific model.