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Western Digital Caviar Green 2TB Specs

Release Date in Philippines
ModelCaviar Green 2TB
DateDec 2008
HDD size3.5"
HDD capacity2000 GB
InterfaceSerial ATA II
Storage drive buffer size32 MB
Start/stop cycles300000

Reviews of Western Digital Caviar Green 2TB

Reviewed on 2010-04-16
Above is a chart we put together that represents an (unweighted) geometric mean of the overall performance of each drive, based on all the tests we performed. Use this chart as a rough guide only, as we used an admittedly simplistic methodology to create these comparison numbers: All the test scores were calculated with equal weighting; we factored..
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Reviewed on 2009-12-09
The 3-platter WD Caviar Green 1.5TB looks to improve on the already impressive acoustics and energy efficiency of the 2TB version. The 500GB Seagate Barracuda 7200.12, on the other hand, is a performance drive with only a single-platter and has the pot...
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Reviewed on 2009-09-30
The new 7,200 rpm 2 TB drives from Western Digital, RE4 and Caviar Black, achieved the same performance level. They are a lot faster than the...
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Reviewed on 2009-09-26
The recent Two Terabyte HDD releases are fast and furious. We tested three samples in this article. There are more to come but this is a start. EXPLANATION of GRAPHSHit2TB = Hitachi Deskstar 7K2000 (HDS722020ALA330) Idle: 7.5 watts, Startu...
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Reviewed on 2009-09-18
We really like the WD Caviar Green and Black 2 TB hard drives. They will serve their intended market perfectly and are great performing hard drives. The only negative about them is that they don't support SATA 6GB/s..
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Reviewed on 2009-06-17
Western Digital has been in the storage business for as long as I have been writing reviews, and they have always proven to have a solid product in their hard drive lineup. They have had the easiest to work with RMA program for at least ten years, it's...
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Reviewed on 2009-05-27
Many readers can remember a simpler time, a time when hard drive sizes were measured in megabytes. Gone are those halcyon days. Hard drive capacity has finally hit the 2TB milestone (and in an eco friendly package no less). Western Digital has relea...
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Reviewed on 2009-04-28
Storage technologies have really pushed the limits of magnetic storage to the extreme. It wasnt too long ago that many "experts" said that storage built on magnet disks would reach their end of life due to not a blocked of bit density. All those barri...
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Reviewed on 2009-04-08
The green technology movement is obviously in full swing now. Better efficiency through technological innovation has a trickle down effect to many facets of life style, technology and the environment. Whether motivated by cost or environmental reason...
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Reviewed on 2009-03-24
The 2 TB Western Digital Caviar Green is yet another milestone in the unrelenting quest for greater storage capacity. There was once a 40 MB hard disk drive was considered state-of-the-art. Now, Western Digital gives us a hard disk drive of the same p....
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Reviewed on 2009-03-19
A few weeks ago, we reviewed one of Western Digital’s flagship drives, the Western Digital Caviar Black WD1001FALS 1TB SATA hard drive. Like WD’s top end Velociraptors, the drive was engineered and designed for desktop performance with a 7200RPM spind...
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Reviewed on 2009-03-13
5,400- 7,200RPM 1,863.01GB 4 x 500GB 32MBAs fast as the latest batch of SSDs has proven to be, for maximum storage you still can’t beat the trusty mechanical hard disk drive, reinvigorated in the last two years with the development of perpendicul...
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Reviewed on 2009-03-11
We are taking a break from SSD previews to bring you a retail edition review of the Western Digital 2TB Caviar Green. PCPer reviews are typically on the bleeding edge of fast and nimble hardware, but we must occasionally take a step over to the othe...
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Reviewed on 2009-02-10
I have a theory that data expands to fill available capacity, much in the way work expands to fill available time, and Jessica Simpson expands to fill available magazine covers. If the capacity is there, we tend to use it. And why not? Theres no sense...
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Reviewed on 2009-02-03
We've used words like gargantuan and massive before to describe the capacity of a hard-disk drive, but this model blows all other examples away. With the WD20EADS Western Digital is the first drive maker to achieve 2TB in one drive. The previous top h...
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Reviewed on 2009-02-02
Massive drive packs 2TB of storage,
Pricey, despite a competitive cost per gigabyte
The Western Digital Caviar Green 2TB WD20EADS hard drive boosts the capacity game to a whole new level. This $299 drive crams 2 terabytes into a single drive--making this drive a boon to anyone with a large data archive, multimedia library, or space-ho...
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Reviewed on 2009-01-29
Massive storage capacity; efficient power usage; low noise levels; excellent pricing.
Not as fast as 7,200RPM drives.
Lets take a trip back in time. Back in roughly 1985, I bought a 20 MB (yes, thats megabytes) hard drive for my Compaq Portable. Yes, I owned an original Compaq Portable, which was portable in only the loosest way. It originally shipped with two 360 K...
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Reviewed on 2008-12-03
Usually, green hardware means youre giving up performance in order to cut back on power consumption. But Western Digitals second-generation ......
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Reviewed on 2008-11-25
Western Digital The economy is crazy, and everyone is trying their best to make products "green" for our use. All of us can do our part, even hard drives are now green. Western Digital, a long-time hard drive manufacturer, releases their 1TB Green...
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Reviewed on 2008-10-27
Western Digital has long been a performance leader in the hard drive world. That made it especially odd when the company debuted its first terabyte in the \"GreenPower\" Caviar GP. Despite what enthusiasts might have hoped, GreenPower didnt mean \"Hulk s...
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