Western Digital WD Raptor WD740GD Hard Drive

Western Digital WD Raptor WD740GD Hard Drive

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Description

WD Raptor is a new class of hard drive that matches SCSI reliability and performance while providing simplified connectivity for less cost than Parallel SCSI drives.

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Description

WD Raptor is a new class of hard drive that matches SCSI reliability and performance while providing simplified connectivity for less cost than Parallel SCSI drives.

Specifications

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Interface TypeSATA
Internal/ExternalInternal
Form Factor Width3.5"
Drive TypeHard Drive
Normalized-Capacity74000
Normalized-Rotational Speed10000
Normalized-Cache Size8
Storage
Capacity74 GB
Interface
Interface ConnectionSerial ATA - 7 pin
Performance
Rotational Speed10000 rpm
Cache Size8 MB
MTBF1200000 Hour
Dimensions
Dimensions1.03" Height x 4" Width x 5.79" Depth
Weight1.60 lbs
Warranty
Warranty Information5 Year
More Info
URLhttp://www.wdc.com
Additional Specifications
Number of Drives Supported1
Product LineRaptor
SATA Pin7-pin
Height1 in
Host Transfer Rate150 MBps (1.2 Gbps)
Drive Interface StandardSATA/150
Form Factor Height0.33 in
Brand NameWD
Normalized-Height25.4
Shipping Weight1.79 lb
Drive InterfaceSATA
Average Latency2.99 ms
Drive Height1/3H
Drive Width3.5"
System TypePC
Normalized-Weight25.6
SKUDWD740GD
DescriptionRaptor WD740GD 74GB Serial ATA 10,000 RPM Hard Drive
Width4 in
Compatible Drive Bay Height1/3H
Depth5.8 in
Maximum Internal Data Transfer Rate102 MBps (816 Mbps)
Average Seek Time5.90 ms
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  • 500

    Western Digital 740GD Raptor

    Maximum PC

    What else is there to say? The numbers do all the talking. In just about every benchmark we ran, the 74GB Raptor blew us away, not to mention the competition. All we can do now is wait until the other manufacturers release their own 10,000rpm SATA drives. Then it will surely be go time! Read more

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