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When it comes to storage no doubt SSD technology is where it's at, especially in the sleek on-board M2 form that many now use as their main drive for Windows and key apps - see: games. But what happens when you want many terabytes of room for hoarding all of your digital goodies? Well, that's where something like the Seagate BarraCuda SATA3 hard drive steps in.

And we were pleasantly surprised by the results.
While larger games can still take double-digit seconds to allocate the relevant space, the Seagate BarraCuda was already showing promising improvements, even if massive games like Middle-earth: Shadow of War still take more than a minute to pre-allocate space. The foundation of this is a 6Gb/s SATA interface and a max sustained transfer rate of 190MB/s - on the 8TB model tested. Not exactly SSD speeds, but we’re talking about 8TB of storage. The sort of capacity that would have been deemed insane not all that long ago.

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