Samsung Spinpoint F4 2TB Review

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I just posted the article Samsung Spinpoint F4 2TB Review..

MyCE is proud to review the Samsung Spinpoint F4 2TB hard drive.

Read the full article here: [http://www.myce.com/review/samsung-spinpoint-f4-2tb-review-37108/](http://www.myce.com/review/samsung-spinpoint-f4-2tb-review-37108/)

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#2

Nice review vroom. Glad you found nothing bad to write about this drive, cause I just bought one recently for video backups/ISO’s to play on my HTPC. :slight_smile:

I personally have had no issues, but haven’t had it long enough for a meaningful user review.


#3

[QUOTE=Kerry56;2559813]Nice review vroom. Glad you found nothing bad to write about this drive, cause I just bought one recently for video backups/ISO’s to play on my HTPC. :slight_smile:

I personally have had no issues, but haven’t had it long enough for a meaningful user review.[/QUOTE]

Thanks Kerry.
It’s a very nice drive, quiet/fast and above all it never get hot. Not much more to ask from a 5900rpm drive.


#4

Thanks for the review :clap:
Negative : None :iagree:


#5

Good to see that sammy’s are holding their own, still.

I’ve practically bought samsung HDD’s since the 500GB’s (and I have 500, 750, 1000, 1500 & 2000GB drives)… They all seem to still be running fine.
If it wasn’t for a recent deal on Seagate 2TB hdd’s, I’d be samsung all the way :wink:
I’m also exempting laptops, which come with whichever oem is selling cheapest shortly before assembly time.


#7

Nice review, thanks Vroom.


#8

Nice review vroom and a useful one to have here.

[B]Wombler[/B]


#9

There is only one place for a 5400rpm drive - the laptop/notebook!


#10

[QUOTE=Millennium12;2562255]There is only one place for a 5400rpm drive - the laptop/notebook![/QUOTE]
I disagree. I prefer my notebook to be usable.
I’ll digress on super long battery life ultra portable machines - but wouldn’t a low capacity SSD be better anyway?

5400RPM drives are great for storage in desktop machines - they’re the evolutionary mid-step between the current drive capacity @ 7200rpm and a 7200RPM version of a new HDD with increased capacity.

Primary / OS drive should be blazingly fast 7200rpm HDD or an SSD :wink:


#11

I have 4 x F4’s running in FlexRAID and am very happy with their performance so far.


#12

I found below link about this Drive… update mine hope no more problem… i like samsung HDDs…


#13

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