Seagate Cheetah 600GB 15K.7 SAS Hard Drive SAS 6Gb/s
The Seagate® Cheetah® 15K.7 is the highest performing, highest capacity 3.5-inch mission critical hard drive with best-in-class reliability for Tier 1 storage environments. Drive power consumption is dynamically optimized at all levels of activity with Seagate’s exclusive PowerTrim technology. Cut IT drive retirement costs. Features • Third-generation perpendicular recording for maximum capacity.
• Highest-performance 3.5-inch Tier 1 drive.
• Highest-capacity Tier 1 drive (600 GB).
• Highest reliability rating in the industry.
• Seagate PowerTrim technology dynamically reduces power usage.
• Unprecedented performance with a 16 percent increase in sustained data rate over the last generation, up to 171 MB/sec.
• Industry’s highest 3.5-inch drive reliability at 1.6-million-hours MTBF.
• Seagate proprietary PowerTrim technology provides up to 21 percent improvement over the last generation in watts/GB at idle.
• Advanced read/write technology delivers unrecoverable error rate of 1x10E16 and AFR of 0.55 percent.
• Available in 4Gb/s FC or 6Gb/s SAS interfaces.
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|Access Time||2.0 ms|
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|Dimensions||101.85 x 26.10 x 146.99 (WxHxD mm)|
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