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Welcome to Myceâ€™s review of the Seagate ST2000DX001 2TB Desktop Solid State Hybrid Drive (â€˜SSHDâ€™).
We recently reviewed Toshibaâ€™s latest SSHD offerings for mobile devices, in a 2.5in form factor, and found them to be impressive performers. Today, we review Seagateâ€™s offering for Desktops in a 3.5in form factor.
At the heart of the SSHD value proposition is the idea of marrying the low cost per Gigabyte of a traditional rotating magnetic disk (HDD) with the speed of NAND Flash Memory to deliver an SSD type user experience. The key to success is a caching algorithm that intelligently places a specific userâ€™s most frequently accessed data in NAND memory so that a higher proportion of data access is performed at SSD like speeds â€“ Seagate refers to this as its â€˜Adaptive Memory technologyâ€™.
The Seagate Desktop SSHD has 8GB of Toshiba MLC NAND memory married to an inherently fast Desktop 7200RPM HDD.
Let’s see how it performs
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