WD Caviar Blue WD800JD - Hard drive - internal - 80 GB - SATA-300 - 7200 rpm

Condition: Refurbished by manufacturer

€ 18,41 Net: (€ 15.47)
incl. 19% VAT , plus shipping costs
Available immediately
delivery time: 26.10.2021 - 05.11.2021
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The Western Digital Caviar Blue hard drives are equipped with features and capacities that make them ideal for desktop PCs and smaller business systems. Therefore, you can also use the WD800JD drive for quick repair or expansion, as the used hard disk has already been completely overhauled and ready for use immediately.

The main feature of the WD Caviar Blue WD800JD hard disk is, of course, the total capacity of 80 GB in the foreground. This can be used, for example, for the operating system and various applications, but can also serve to secure multimedia content. It is also a 3.5 inch drive, which is mainly used for desktop computers.

To communicate with the other hardware, WD uses the Serial ATA-300 standard for the Caviar Blue WD800JD 80 GB hard drive, which is why the maximum data rate is 300 MB / s. However, SATA connections are now available in numerous computer systems, which means high compatibility.

Western Digital achieves further increases in performance thanks to its rotational speed of 7,200 rpm, as well as an 8 MB cache memory. This makes the Caviar Blue WD800JD 80 GB SATA hard drive ideally suited for the private and business environment. Due to FlexPower, the drive can be powered by both SATA and EIDE connectors.
DescriptionWD Caviar Blue WD800JD - Hard Drive - 80GB - SATA-300
Form Factor8.9 cm x 1 / 3H (3.5 "x 1 / 3H)
Dimensions (width x depth x height)10.2 cm x 14.7 cm x 2.6 cm
weight430 g
TypeHard Drive - Internal
Data Transfer Rate300 MBps
capacity80 GB
InterfaceSerial ATA-300
FeaturesData Lifeguard, SecureConnect, FlexPower, S.M.A.R.T.
Spindle speed7200 rpm
Buffer Size8 MB
delivery1x hard disk, other accessories not included in the scope of delivery


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