Reddit Reddit reviews Seagate BarraCuda 1TB Internal Hard Drive HDD – 3.5 Inch SATA 6 Gb/s 7200 RPM 64MB Cache for Computer Desktop PC (ST1000DM010)

We found 47 Reddit comments about Seagate BarraCuda 1TB Internal Hard Drive HDD – 3.5 Inch SATA 6 Gb/s 7200 RPM 64MB Cache for Computer Desktop PC (ST1000DM010). Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Seagate BarraCuda 1TB Internal Hard Drive HDD – 3.5 Inch SATA 6 Gb/s 7200 RPM 64MB Cache for Computer Desktop PC (ST1000DM010)
Store more, compute faster, and do it confidently with the proven reliability of BarraCuda internal hard drivesBuild a powerhouse gaming computer or desktop setup with a variety of capacities and form factorsThe go to SATA hard drive solution for nearly every PC application from music to video to photo editing to PC gamingConfidently rely on internal hard drive technology backed by 20 years of innovationEnjoy long term peace of mind with the included two year limited warranty
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47 Reddit comments about Seagate BarraCuda 1TB Internal Hard Drive HDD – 3.5 Inch SATA 6 Gb/s 7200 RPM 64MB Cache for Computer Desktop PC (ST1000DM010):

u/xBarneyStinsonx · 90 pointsr/buildapc

Go to Amazon and get one of the following:

u/theknyte · 23 pointsr/gamingpc

Really getting shorted on the CPU, RAM, and HDD. Those are all cheap. I think the seller is just hoping people see a 6GB 1060 in a pre-built for around $1K, and not look at the other components. I mean, a $45 hard drive?

u/johnnywahl · 7 pointsr/buildapcsales

Was just about to comment that. Not worth it considering you can get a 1TB and new WD drive for only ~45.

EDIT: Looks like the Seagate Barracuda is also around that price range.

u/jerryeight · 6 pointsr/buildapc

If you get him a hard drive, make sure it is 7200 RPM. 5400rpm drives are seriously soul sucking.

This 1tb from Seagate is a bit more than the WD Blue, but it is significantly faster.

If SSD, 256gb is the sweet spot. 120gb out of the box after formating to NTFS is about 95gb to 105gb, then you subtract 25gb for Windows and Windows updates. You are left with 60gb to 80gb for everything else. Do keep in mind that a drive perforforms best when it is more than 50% full. So with a 256gb, you are still left with at least 190gb after formatting and Windows.

u/thefeeltrain · 5 pointsr/installation01

Use eBay.

u/BamOuellet · 5 pointsr/bapcsalescanada

Same price at If you prefer it for any reason!

Seagate BarraCuda 1TB 3.5-Inch SATA III 6 Gb/s Internal Hard Drive (ST1000DM010)

u/XscorpkillerX · 5 pointsr/bapcsalescanada

Free shipping! It's a pretty good deal. Also available on ( for the same price! Don't forget that some provinces don't pay provincial tax with, so that might be the better choice for you!

u/thefinn93 · 5 pointsr/buildapcsales

Direct link to the drive, minus as much amazon URL BS as I know how to remove:

u/anonymousxo · 5 pointsr/buildapcsales

don't click this to drive (no referral code)

u/hopelessly_positive · 3 pointsr/buildapcsales

Promo code for easy copy-paste: EMCRJRC27

Model number ST1000DM010

Amazon link

It runs at 7200 RPM

u/whydoyouaskmethat · 3 pointsr/buildapc

IMO, I'd get this psu instead -- roughly the same price, WAAAY more reviews (so, presumably, more consistent).

Also, for a couple more dollars, you can double your HDD storage.

u/wcaps1996 · 3 pointsr/bapcsalescanada

same price at but with prime shipping. seems to have less cache tho (64mb at, 32mb at amazon) but the same model #. link

how do these compare to WD blue?

u/bobobo1618 · 2 pointsr/DataHoarder

$60/year is $5/month. That means you want something around $5/month/TB or $0.005/GB.

At that price your options are very limited:

  • Backblaze B2 - $5/TB/month storage, $20/TB retrieval
  • Wasabi - $3.90/TB/month storage, $40/TB retrieval
  • Buy a 1TB HDD and give it to a friend to keep for you - $45 per drive, or $15/yr.

    All those services you mentioned are out of your budget. Honestly you're probably going to get the best value from just buying a drive and storing it somewhere.
u/Jean-Valjean · 2 pointsr/buildapc

You do not need a fulltower case IMO, it is way overkill and takes up too much space.

Something midtower like this:,store:18011995565160192565&prds=oid:7992287768184037503&q=nzxt+s340&hl=en&ei=UMBCWZ_5IYfMjwOk36qoCg&lsft=gclid:CNqP59mswNQCFRKUfgodp9kJ1w

Would take $90 off.

Don't listen to the person saying i5 over i7. I5 is dead so if you can't afford the I7 then go for a ryzen build instead but I would personally stay with the 7700k.

For the GPU look at eBay at buying one second hand. With EVGA the warranty is transferable so buying second hand is very very safe (since it is still within the three year warranty).

You can see the GTX 1080 FTW (and also even the freaking FTW hybrid edition which is a beast). Has sold on ebay (by looking at recently completed listings) in the last three weeks for ~460. Doing that can give you the same (or better if he gets a hybrid) card with the same warranty and EVGA protection for 80$ (plus tax if amazon taxes you) less.

Doing those two things puts you down to $1260.

You can buy the CPU brand new here for $310 to bring it down to $1240

For the cooler, a single radiator AIO is not worth it for a CPU. So you need to either go cheaper for an aircooler (which would be comparable but wouldn't be good for overclocking) with the cryorig H7 for 35$ (bringing your total down to 1210) or go more expensive with the Noctua NHD-15 or corsair H100i for 80 (brining your total up to 1275).

Personally, I would upgrade the ram to something 3200mhz - you don't want to be locked down by slow ram with that killer CPU/GPU. For $20 more you can get this (also matches the case!):

I would also trade the 3TB drive for a 120GB SSD for 50:

With a 1TB HDD for 45:

About the same price but much higher performance.

Doing this all would put you between 1250-1300 and would be much higher performing in my opinion.

This would murder anything @ 1080P 60FPS (probably even 1080P 144FPS) and be future proof for a while.

u/rmeas002 · 2 pointsr/buildapc

What is your budget?

The price difference between a 1tb Seagate hdd and a 2tb Seagate hdd isn't that huge. If you plan on having a lot of games, I would go more liberal with storage.

I personally have a 3tb Segate hdd along with a 500gb ssd. I have movies I download, art I make on photoshop, and games I download so I went with more storage.

u/nmcdgs · 2 pointsr/buildapc

as Chareu suggest. best suggestion IMO

>Just get a better GPU and you're set. The RX480 for example.
Maybe a 1TB HDD as well.

gpu and hdd:
rx 480:

1tb hdd:

u/Killem115 · 2 pointsr/buildapc

Thank you for the reply! For the Hard drive what happen was that it sold out in amazon. Could this one be a good replacement

Also the reason is want to get everything from amazon is that I caan get free shipping and since it will come from that one vendor.

u/TheAlmightyRedditor · 1 pointr/buildapc

Seagate 1TB BarraCuda SATA 6Gb/s 7200 RPM 64MB Cache 3.5 Inch Desktop Hard Drive (ST1000DM010)

u/mr_theboss · 1 pointr/buildapcsales

I'd return it and get a replacement. WD are usually pretty good, if you still want another brand you could try this

u/Darthprymus · 1 pointr/nvidia
u/martindm03 · 1 pointr/buildapc

They are generally $50 most places.

u/JustAnotherForeigner · 1 pointr/buildapc

I have a friend who's SSD got wiped so I would recommend a good quality SSD like this one and get a standard 1 tb for all program installations and files like this one.

SSD would hold only the OS and high capacity programs as they load waaaay faster than conventional hard drives. If it's over your budget you could even aim for a 120 gb SSD instead.


u/Hutnon · 1 pointr/smashbros

I've built around 40 computers in the past year. I would recommend this build if you bought everything right now. It's $315. You don't need a dedicated graphics card. The integrated Intel graphics are fine.

$115 CPU -

$46 Mobo -

$63 RAM -

$45 HDD -

$22 PSU (After Rebate) -

$24 Case -

u/Apollo-kun · 1 pointr/PS4

I ordered it from Amazon, and it was this hardrive. It got here today but I put a refund in on Amazon and dropped it off at a UPS. Since I've proven to not be able to do this correctly, what hardrives would you recommend? Ideally something around 1tb should be fine since I want it to at least be an upgrade from the default PS4 hardrive.

u/HHeLiBeBCNOFNeNaMg · 1 pointr/IndianGaming

By seagate I assume you mean this Barracuda?

I think I'll go for the Vengeance 650M. Thanks for the head start.

u/daniel_trigs · 1 pointr/buildapc

Yeah this is a solid build.

Some recommendations if you can spare an extra $30-$35:

  1. Get a sapphire rx580:

    Sapphire Technology Technology 11265-05-20G Radeon Pulse RX 580 8GB GDDR5 Dual HDMI/ DVI-D/ Dual DP OC with Backplate (UEFI) PCI-E Graphics Card Graphic Cards

  2. Instead of just a 500gb ssd:

    -Use a 250gb ssd as your boot drive:

    Silicon Power 256GB SSD 3D NAND A55 SLC Cache Performance Boost SATA III 2.5" 7mm (0.28") Internal Solid State Drive (SP256GBSS3A55S25)

    -add in a 1tb hard drive for games and storage:

    Seagate BarraCuda 1TB Internal Hard Drive HDD - 3.5 Inch SATA 6 Gb/s 7200 RPM 64MB Cache for Computer Desktop PC (ST1000DM010)
u/krunchybacon · 1 pointr/buildapc

There's a few things, first of all Intel K series cpu's don't come with a cooler in the box, so you will need one. A good (but pricey) cpu cooler is the Noctua NH-D15. If you would like something more affordable the Cryorig H7 will work, although the temps will be higher than the former.

Yes, all desktop ram will fit into all desktop motherboards (sodimm or laptop ram will not).

The hard drive you selected doesen't have great reviews, for $8 more you can get a [WD Blue](

/ref=sr_1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1537074431&sr=1-1&keywords=western+digital+-+caviar+blue+1tb+3.5%22+7200rpm+internal+hard+drive) or a Seagate Barracudda, both more reputable.

The cases you linked are good for their price, but you will most likely need 1-2 more case fans as they only come with 1. If you would like some cheap fans these will do, but they wont be as good as something like the Noctua NF-F12

Dont worry about asking questions! It's what we are here for :) I'm sure I missed something, so if you have any other questions make sure to ask!

Edit 1: Do you already have windows? If not make sure to but it, as you wont have an Operation System without it (Unless you want to run linux).

u/Schmeisterr · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Hard Drive for my moms pc or Laptop Bag for moi.

What did the grape do when he got stepped on? He let out a little wine.

u/krynd7 · 1 pointr/techsupport

Both, assuming that the dead drive is a logical volume on one physical disk, and the logical volumes (drives) listed in the image are on a separate physical disk. My assumption is that you have two hard drives in your machine. One that has outright failed and the other which shows signs of failing.

The dead drive will certainly need replaced (unless you can live without it). You might be able to recover data from the "dead drive", as long as it spins up. Is it making clicking or whirring noises when you try to access it or when you boot your PC?

The drive shown in the image is likely failing, given the number of bad sectors. You will want to back up the data you have on the drive and buy a new one to replace it. Data recovery will be much easier on this drive as it has yet to fail. Simply copy and paste the files to a flash drive or external hard drive.

Theoretically, you could ignore this drive's failing state, as having some bad sectors is considered normal. It could fail tomorrow, it could fail 10 years from now. As I mentioned, it is very concerning that you have this many bad sectors on your drive. Also, as per the specification sheet for your hard drive model, it is about 10 years old.

That being said, I personally would not risk a "wait and see" approach. This disk hosts your system drive (C:\ drive) and you will not be able to use your computer without that. While you have not reached the Mean Time Between Failure (MTBF) for your drive, I typically disregard that as I've seen drives fail after only 3 years (less than 25,000 hours).

If you do not have two hard drives on your machine, then you still have a failing hard drive, but the data recovery will be much more complex. You could copy the data from the readable volumes (those listed in the image) to a flash drive, then try mounting the unreadable volume in a Linux distro to try to gather as much data as possible off of it. However, I wouldn't use Photorec on it because it will recover all files from your hard drive, generating too many "false positive recoveries" (ie it will recover the files you already have access to and it will be difficult to tell what actually needs to be recovered).

tl;dr: Dead drive is dead. Other drive is likely failing. Not sure if they're both on the same physical disk or not. You will need to buy a new hard drive in the near future regardless.

u/TurtleOnTheLOOSE · 1 pointr/computers

Crucial 8GB Single DDR4 2133 MT/s (PC4-17000) DIMM 288-Pin Memory - CT8G4DFS8213 500 W1, 80+

WHITE 500W, 3 Year Warranty, Power Supply 100-W1-0500-KR 1TB

BarraCuda SATA 6Gb/s 64MB Cache 3.5-Inch Internal Hard Drive (ST1000DM010) GeForce GTX

1050 Ti OC Edition 4GB GDDR5 Super Compact Gaming Graphics Card (ZT-P10510B-10L) LGA1151

DDR4 M.2 HDMI DVI USB3.0 H110 MicroATX Motherboard (H110M-A/M.2)

u/vaialyss · 1 pointr/techsupport

Motherboard - Asus Prime B350M-A
ASUS Prime B350M-A/CSM AMD...

Processor - AMD Ryzen 3 2200G
AMD Ryzen 3 2200G Processor...

Graphics card - Gigabyte G-force GTX 1050
Gigabyte Geforce GTX 1050 2GB...

Power supply - couldn’t find the exact one online cause it was a hand-me-down but it was previously unopened and roughly this quality
EVGA 500 W1, 80+ WHITE 500W, 3 Year Warranty, Power Supply 100-W1-0500-KR, Black

RAM - Crucial 8GB single DDR4
Crucial 8GB Single DDR4 2400...

Hard drive - Seagate 1TB BarraCuda
Seagate 1TB BarraCuda SATA...

u/killslayer · 1 pointr/buildapcsales
u/momax_powers · 1 pointr/bapcsalescanada

I bought the 1TB drive

u/twinned · 1 pointr/buildapc

quick last question: after looking at the newer reviews of the Hitachi drive, I'm not so sure about it.
Would changing to this drive be a decent move? It has a different interface, will that be an issue?
edit: update to current drive, rather than an older model

edit: updated to newer version of the drive. SATA 6 is backwards compatible with SATA 3, so no issues there afaik

u/MrVeazey · 1 pointr/firstworldanarchists

Dude, I already proved you're the one who's wrong about monopoly. Remember? The dictionary? Unfortunately, the Oxford English Dictionary doesn't have a free word lookup front-end on their site or I'd link you to that one, too.

But here's what Merriam Webster have to say about buying power:

  1. the amount of money that a person or group has available to spend
  2. purchasing power

    So, how did I use the term that it doesn't conform to either of those definitions?
u/Russian_Doctor · 0 pointsr/buildapc

CPU - $278.45 (Newegg)
Mobo - $180` (Ebay - Approx) Asus P8P67
RAM - $140 (Amazon)
GPU - $430~ $410 Approx (Newegg)
SSD - $50 (Amazon)
HDD - $45 (Amazon)
Case - $60 (Amazon)
Cooler - $26 (Newegg)

Total will be approx $1200. I could be a good deal if all parts are purchased within 1 year. Otherwise go for new one, you can build a solid rig with intel 8th gen and 1070 in almost same price.

u/Feynt · 0 pointsr/dauntless

I hate to be that guy, but once upon a time I was in your shoes with a game that required more space than I had drive size (it was a very long time ago). Just buy another drive, or clear out some of the porn. Do you really need those 30+ installed Steam games that you swear you'll play next week, just as soon as you finish X?

I know the pain all too well, but really, weigh your options and admit you've probably got 10+ gigs of stuff you don't need right now, or fork out the $55 for a new drive.

u/ScotOfTheDay · -1 pointsr/iRacing

A lot of people are suggesting you build a pc, and I suggest you to build one too! My previous PC Build was good enough to run iRacing and, Including a BenQ monitor, cost around the £600 mark. I'll post my specs however some of the parts may be discontinued so I'll try and source similar components if they are.

Gigabyte GA-970A-UD3P

AMD (Piledriver) FX-6300 3.50GHz


Ballistix Sport 8GB (2x4GB)

500W EVGA 80+ White Rated PSU

DVD Re-Writable(For Installing Windows)

1TB Seagate Barracuda Hard Drive

BitFenix Comrade Midi Tower

BenQ 22inch Monitor

Let me know if want any of the peripherals(Keyboard/Mouse etc) aswell

Total Cost = ~£543

You might be able to find components cheaper on different websites, especially American based ones(NewEgg).

As for assembly, I followed a tutorial from popular Battlefield YouTuber, JackFrags. He uses old components but the build is more or less the same than the specs above.

You also may want to upgrade the Graphics Card, RAM or CPU. I recently upgraded the 750Ti to a 1060 3GB, FX 6300 to a FX 8350 and RAM by an extra 8GB. Remember, if you do upgrade anything like this, you will most likely need a bigger PSU.

Have fun building :P

Edit: As Raptord put, you should also think about getting a Ryzen CPU. But keep in mind, you would need to get a different motherboard as Ryzen uses an alternative socket to AM3+