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Seagate - Momentus Thin 500 GB 2.5" 5400RPM Internal Hard Drive

( 2.7 Average / 7 Ratings )

Specifications

Manufacturer

Seagate

Part #

ST500LT012

Capacity

500 GB

Interface

SATA 3 Gb/s

Cache

16 MB

RPM

5400

Form Factor

2.5"

GB/$1.00

12.94

Price/GB

$0.077

Prices

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( 24 new from $29.00, 3 used from $23.27. Last updated 3 hours ago. )
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Reviews

pizzaguy312 13 points 38 months ago
from completed build First PC - Mixed use

Funny story here. This is the HDD that came out of my laptop when I upgraded that to an SSD (Samsung 850 EVO 250GB) and has been my mass storage ever since. It seemed to be failing in the laptop, but after a zeroing it on a mac, seems to be running fine. Of course, I won't be keeping vital data on it, but it works as video and mass media storage.

nitrotech 4 points 11 months ago
from completed build Blunt Force Trauma

So this is where it gets funky. I was on a tight budget and really didn't have the money to buy a nice SSD, a hard drive, or windows 10. So me being the resourceful person I am decided to rip this thing out of piece of garbage in the shape of a box called the Alienware alpha (some weird steam machine thing). Long story short it worked but my computer had a mental breakdown thinking it was an Alienware so I wiped the drivers and stuff only keeping windows 10. This thing literally sucks and apparently it's a laptop HDD even though the alpha is a desktop ???. Will definitely upgrade to WD 1TB and an SSD.

acarlso1 5 points 7 months ago
from completed build First Build - Ryzen Fun

Took from an old laptop that got upgraded to an SSD

IndiaGolf99 3 points 4 months ago

Cheap refub. from Newegg

Well these were bought in an emergency during my previous build, when I dropped my main HDD. They work fine considering the fact that I got these refurbished from Newegg for 12 bucks each! They get bogged down a good bit on startup but since I split heavy applications between the second one and my SSD, I never have that much of a problem even though these are only 5400RPM.