Scan code: LN10194 Manufacturer code: 8C073L0

73 GB Maxtor 8C073L0 Atlas 15K, 68pin Ultra320 SCSI, 15000 rpm, 8MB Cache, 3.8 ms

73 GB Maxtor 8C073L0 Atlas 15K, 68pin Ultra320 SCSI, 15000 rpm, 8MB Cache, 3.8 ms

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Scan code: LN10194 Manufacturer code: 8C073L0
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  • SCANPROTECT Protect against installation damage for 28 days. More info

    ScanProtect is an enhanced warranty specifically designed and offered by Scan to reduce the risk of any mishap or damage to components during installation.

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Product Overview The Maxtor Atlas 15K SCSI drive is the fastest hard drive in the world. Its 3.2ms seek time enables 45% more I/Os per second than the average 10K RPM drives can achieve. The Atlas 15K drive can sustain up to 75MB/sec data transfer rate and is ideal for use in high-performance workstations, NAS and SAN environments, OLTP applications, enterprise servers and data mining applications. The drive is equipped with Maxtor-developed Ultra320 SCSI and is backwards compatible with all prior versions of SCSI. The Ultra320 interface includes MaxAdapt™, a closed-loop method of improving signal quality by amplifying the fundamental frequency of the signal in the receiver while filtering noise and other undesirable components. MaxAdapt allows the drive to adapt to changing system conditions and components, which translates into lower error rates, easier integration, and increased bus efficiency for optimal system performance.
Features • 15K RPM spindle speed - Delivers more I/O's per second than 10K, and faster sustained transfer rates, enabling the same high performance to be met with fewer drives.

• Ultra320 SCSI - Up to 320 Mbyte-per-second throughput and faster sustained transfer rate

• Shock Protection System™

• Thermal sensor

• S.M.A.R.T. features
Specifications
Capacity 73 GB
Edition  
Form Factor 3.5"
SSHD No
Flash Memory Size N/A
Flash Memory Type N/A
Height N/A
Rotation Speed 15000 rpm
Sector Size  
Cache 8MB
Access Time 3.8 ms
Host to/from Drive Sustained Transfer Rate  
Interface 68pin Ultra320 SCSI
Load/Unload Cycles  
Annualised Workload Rating  
Non-Recoverable Read Errors per Bits Read  
Max. Operating Shock  
NCQ No
Max.Power Usage  
Dimensions  
Package Type  
Warranty

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Details
Duration:
36 months
Type:
Direct
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
1 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
Maxtor
Telephone:
01923 71 24 48, Option 1 (UK only)

Additional Notes:
Subject to, 3 years manufacturer's warranty.

Create your online RMA on the following web address:
https://www4.maxtor.com/en/support/service/rma/create/

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