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You shouldnt need to. The HDD should have screws holding it in, I have replaced both my HDD in my ps4 and my laptop with zero issues other then migrating my OS. If you are running duel drives you may need screws if the caddy you have does not contain any with it. I hope this was helpful!
Dan
· February 27, 2021
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of course it would
Justapenname
· May 1, 2020
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I’m not certain, but I don’t see any reason it wouldn’t work so long as you format it to the file system the ps5 uses. Which is exFAT or FAT32 I believe.
Brennan47
· January 28, 2021
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The ones I have received were from Thailand.
Amazon Customer
· November 17, 2020
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5 year limited warranty
Cardel
· June 14, 2020
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I am putting it in 2014 Mac mini. I don’t see any reason it wouldn’t fit a 2012 Mac.
Woodwarrior46
· May 2, 2020
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You would have to check Mac compatibility, it appears that some are capable to accept it but others can not. Check for Compatibility on the Mac site for your specific model.
PacketLoss
· February 25, 2021
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The 2 1TB drives I ordered were made in Taiwan.
Tipstaff
· July 20, 2020
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Do a search on the internet for the specifications of your computer. It's that easy!
FrancoisBrousseau
· September 8, 2020
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Huge difference. The Barracuda is 100% solid state.
The Firecuda SSHD is a hybrid drive. This means that a small portion of the firecuda is solid state, which usually is used for the start up of the drive which is improved over
regular hard drives, however once you are up and running, the firecuda is much slower b… see more
Huge difference. The Barracuda is 100% solid state.
The Firecuda SSHD is a hybrid drive. This means that a small portion of the firecuda is solid state, which usually is used for the start up of the drive which is improved over
regular hard drives, however once you are up and running, the firecuda is much slower because it's old technology, moving parts and mechanical with heads, and discs that spin etc

Also, the barracuda drive doesn't need defrag where as your firecuda drive should be defragged on a regular basis.

Given a choice of 100% solid state drive re: Barracuda vs hybrid drive firecuda ...... it's a simple decision
Give me solid state any time. No mechanical or moving parts...... Less maintenance and higher performance.


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Huge difference. The Barracuda is 100% solid state.
The Firecuda SSHD is a hybrid drive. This means that a small portion of the firecuda is solid state, which usually is used for the start up of the drive which is improved over
regular hard drives, however once you are up and running, the firecuda is much slower because it's old technology, moving parts and mechanical with heads, and discs that spin etc

Also, the barracuda drive doesn't need defrag where as your firecuda drive should be defragged on a regular basis.

Given a choice of 100% solid state drive re: Barracuda vs hybrid drive firecuda ...... it's a simple decision
Give me solid state any time. No mechanical or moving parts...... Less maintenance and higher performance.


I hope this answers your question.

dj8452000
· July 15, 2020