Seagate Cheetah 10K.6 36.70 GB 3.5" Internal Hard Drive - 1 Pack

SCSI - 10000 rpm - 8 MB Buffer - MPN: ST336607LW
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The Cheetah 10K.6 is Seagate's sixth-generation 10K RPM high performance, high capacity disc drive. With the fastest interfaces, the highest reliability and the most mature product design, the Cheetah 10K.6 enables the lowest ownership cost. In data intensive environments, increasing the capacity per disc drive lowers ownership costs by deploying fewer systems that use less cubic feet of space requiring less infrastructure such as cabinets, HBAs and less wattage of power.
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Interface Type SCSI
Internal/External Internal
Form Factor Width 3.5"
Drive Type Hard Drive
User Reviews
Seagate Cheetah ST336607LW 36.7GB Hard Drive ST336607LW
4 Star Review   By member Syburwolf - Feb 13, 2006   

Strengths: Can set SCSI ID with jumpers on either back or front of drive. Extensive documentation on Seagate's website. Status LED on front of drive

Weakness: Do not have onboard internal terminator circuits so you can't use it as the last device on your SCSI cable.

3 of these drives came with my Dell PowerEdge 1600SC server. Never had any problems with them and never really messed with them until I decided to upgrade the storage in my RAID 5 array. So I bought 2 more factory-refurbed drives from PC Progress. Never worked with SCSI drives before but thanks to the extensive documentation on Seagate's website I was able to add one of them to my RAID 5 array. Would have been able to add the other one if these drives had onboard internal terminator circuits or if the SCSI cable that Dell put in my server had more connections. Didn't notice high-pitched noise until other review wrote about it. Doesn't bother me, but I guess the noise is there if you listen. The noise from reads/writes are louder anyway. Don't know yet how reliable the factory-refurbed drives are, but the ones that came with my server have been running fine almost 24/7 for 4 years now.

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5 Star Review   By member ebarricks - Jun 12, 2004   

Strengths: Quiet, fast and reliable.

Installed 4 of the Seagate ST336607LW in a Dell Precision 620 to use it as a server / power workstation. They are very quiet and, to date, 100% reliable.

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3 Star Review   By member lambition - Feb 12, 2004   

Strengths: Fast and low noise.

Weakness: High frequency noise.

This hard drive is pretty fast and low noise. However, drive I got began making high frequency noise, probably about 1800Hz~2000Hz, just after about 5 hours of use. It was very annoying, but good enough for server inviroment.

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Description
The Cheetah 10K.6 is Seagate's sixth-generation 10K RPM high performance, high capacity disc drive. With the fastest interfaces, the highest reliability and the most mature product design, the Cheetah 10K.6 enables the lowest ownership cost. In data intensive environments, increasing the capacity per disc drive lowers ownership costs by deploying fewer systems that use less cubic feet of space requiring less infrastructure such as cabinets, HBAs and less wattage of power.
Quick Glance
Interface Type SCSI
Internal/External Internal
Form Factor Width 3.5"
Drive Type Hard Drive
Summary
Product Title Seagate Cheetah 10K.6 36.70 GB 3.5" Internal Hard Drive - 1 Pack
Manufacturer Seagate
Lowest Price $199.00 from Amazon Marketplace
Power Score 4.0 | 3 Reviews
Storage
Capacity: 36.70 GB
Performance
Rotational Speed: 10000 rpm
Cache Size: 8 MB
Dimensions
Weight: 1.62 lbs
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Warranty Information: 5 Year
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User Reviews
Seagate Cheetah ST336607LW 36.7GB Hard Drive ST336607LW
4 Star Review   By member Syburwolf - Feb 13, 2006   

Strengths: Can set SCSI ID with jumpers on either back or front of drive. Extensive documentation on Seagate's website. Status LED on front of drive

Weakness: Do not have onboard internal terminator circuits so you can't use it as the last device on your SCSI cable.

3 of these drives came with my Dell PowerEdge 1600SC server. Never had any problems with them and never really messed with them until I decided to upgrade the storage in my RAID 5 array. So I bought 2 more factory-refurbed drives from PC Progress. Never worked with SCSI drives before but thanks to the extensive documentation on Seagate's website I was able to add one of them to my RAID 5 array. Would have been able to add the other one if these drives had onboard internal terminator circuits or if the SCSI cable that Dell put in my server had more connections. Didn't notice high-pitched noise until other review wrote about it. Doesn't bother me, but I guess the noise is there if you listen. The noise from reads/writes are louder anyway. Don't know yet how reliable the factory-refurbed drives are, but the ones that came with my server have been running fine almost 24/7 for 4 years now.

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5 Star Review   By member ebarricks - Jun 12, 2004   

Strengths: Quiet, fast and reliable.

Installed 4 of the Seagate ST336607LW in a Dell Precision 620 to use it as a server / power workstation. They are very quiet and, to date, 100% reliable.

100% of readers found this review helpful.

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3 Star Review   By member lambition - Feb 12, 2004   

Strengths: Fast and low noise.

Weakness: High frequency noise.

This hard drive is pretty fast and low noise. However, drive I got began making high frequency noise, probably about 1800Hz~2000Hz, just after about 5 hours of use. It was very annoying, but good enough for server inviroment.

86% of readers found this review helpful.

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