Hard drives (HDD) are a familiar form of storage that have remained a reliable piece of hardware since 1956. Internal drives are produced in two main forms: 3.5”, which are used for your desktop PCs, or 2.5”, which are more suited for laptops, although a large range of converter brackets can be used.
Installing a new hard disk drive in your PC or laptop can boost its overall performance and see it run more quietly whilst also providing you with additional space for the storage of masses of your data files. While widely mechanical, and slower than their cousin SSD’s, HDD’s reap the benefit of being produced with much larger storage capacities.
Traditionally, when you turn off data stored in RAM, it physically vanishes. With a hard drive, your information is kept safe and secure with a magnetic coating that stores any data you desire – be it documents, music, films; no file is too large, multiple terabytes are now available in a single drive.
Whether you seek a new hard drive for performance or storage reasons, Novatech is sure to have the perfect one for your computing needs. We stock internal hard drives from reputable brands such as s Western Digital, Seagate, Samsung, Sandisk and more.
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Stock Code: IS-100004
Manf Code: IS-DA2-256-500-B
£163.27 inc vat
£136.06 ex vat
Stock Code: IS-100005
Manf Code: IS-DA2-256-1000-B
£214.36 inc vat
£178.63 ex vat
Upgrading available storage is a common addition to most PCs, whether you're adding an extra hard drive or replacing a current one. However, picking the right Internal Hard Drive can be slightly more challenging. The most common type of Hard Drive is the Internal 3.5" SATA drive, these will fit into any 3.5" drive bay inside your case and the variations of size allow you to pick how much extra storage you want. If you're looking for extra storage but a little extra speed boost at the same time, then Solid State Hard Drive is what you'll be interested in, it processes tasks at a much faster ratio however it's more expensive than a standard SATA hard drive. Can't decide between the two, well there's a best of both option with a SATA Hybrid Solid State Hard Drive which combines the size of a hard drive & the speed of a Solid State Drive.