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2TB internal drive for PS4
#1
what do I go for ?
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#2
The one I got:

Samsung 2TB for some reason it's gone up in price to £80.04 since December, I got it for a tenner less
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#3
I followed this article http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/digita...ps4-to-2tb

and ordered the seagate external drive STBX2000401

if you are careful removing the drive, you wind up with a caddy for the existing drive in the ps4
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#4
Your article is for a Samsung/Seagate ST2000LM003 Spank - which is the one I linked to previously?

Your other link is to an external drive which whilst cheaper Ted would have to get out its housing - he can just get the internal and fit it striaght away as it slips straight into the PS4's current drives caddy?
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#5
Read failure.

I bought the STBX2000401 and yes it comes in a caddy and if you are careful breaking it open (quite easy), you have a caddy for the drive you remove from the ps4
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#6
think I will go the easy option and just get the one Phil has,
cheers guys
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#7
Talking of drives. Mate at works has had two seagate hybid SSD's in his mini itx case fail in just under 12 months???? Last one failed this week and is a 4 tb drive so he is gutted. Andy - comments? (as in isn't that pretty damn poor?)
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#8
does sound very funny, but not all brands are created equal.

might be a heat issue, especially as its a itx system
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#9
ended up with a ST2000LM003 for better or worse !
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#10
have you dropped it in yet?
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#11
ps4 was backing up last night, so will do it tonight after work
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#12
straight forward, just takes hours backing up and restoring to the new harddrive,
the actual swap is a few mins,
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#13
Yeap, swap is easy
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