4 TB 3.5" Hard Drive

$189.95

Product code: IF107-116-3

 
 

4 TB 3.5" Hard Drive

$189.95

Product code: IF107-116-3

Product Overview

Important: To ensure compatibility with the 2009 and 2010 21.5" or 27" iMac, the replacement hard drive must be of the same brand as the original.

The model number of the hard drive is irrelevant so long as the brand matches. iFixit does not offer support for 2011 and later iMacs.

Serial ATA interface. Works only in iMac G5s and Intel iMacs (excluding 2011 and up 21.5" and 27" models). This drive has a form factor of 3.5".

Compatibility

  • 1.8, 1.9, or 2.0 GHz 17" iMac G5s (EMC No. 2055)
  • All 20" iMac G5s
  • All Intel iMacs (excluding 2011 and up 21.5" and 27" models)
  • All G5 Power Macs

Product Details

  • Interface: SATA 6.0 Gb/s
  • Speed: 5900
  • Dimensions: 3.5" (88.9mm) wide x 1" (25.4mm) tall
  • Capacity: 4 TB Unformatted
  • Cache: 64MB

  $189.95 Seagate

 

Condition:

New

Notes:

Model #: ST4000DM000

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Replacement Guides

iMac G5 17" Model A1058

Difficulty: Moderate

iMac G5 17" Model A1144

Difficulty: Moderate

iMac G5 20" Model A1076

Difficulty: Moderate

iMac G5 20" Model A1145

Difficulty: Moderate

iMac Intel 17"

Difficulty: Moderate

iMac Intel 20" EMC 2105 and 2118

Difficulty: Moderate

iMac Intel 20" EMC 2133 and 2210

Difficulty: Moderate

iMac Intel 20" EMC 2266

Difficulty: Moderate

iMac Intel 21.5" EMC 2308

Difficulty: Moderate

iMac Intel 21.5" EMC 2389

Difficulty: Moderate

iMac Intel 24" EMC 2111

Difficulty: Moderate

iMac Intel 27" EMC 2309 and 2374

Difficulty: Moderate

iMac Intel 27" EMC 2390

Difficulty: Moderate

 

Compatibility

iMac G5 17" Model A1058
1.8 GHz (EMC No. 2055)
2 GHz
iMac G5 17" Model A1144
1.9 GHz
iMac G5 20" Model A1076
1.8 GHz
2 GHz
iMac G5 20" Model A1145
2.1 GHz
iMac Intel 17"
1.83 GHz (EMC No. 2104)
1.83 GHz (EMC No. 2110)
1.83 GHz (EMC No. 2124)
2 GHz
2.16 GHz
iMac Intel 20" EMC 2105 and 2118
2 GHz (EMC No. 2105)
2.16 GHz
2.33 GHz
iMac Intel 20" EMC 2133 and 2210
2 GHz (EMC No. 2133)
2.4 GHz (EMC No. 2133)
2.4 GHz (EMC No. 2210)
2.66 GHz (EMC No. 2210)
iMac Intel 20" EMC 2266
2.66 GHz (EMC No. 2266)
iMac Intel 21.5" EMC 2308
3.06 GHz (Core 2 Duo)
3.33 GHz (Core 2 Duo)
iMac Intel 21.5" EMC 2389
3.06 GHz (Core i3)
3.2 GHz (Core i3)
3.6 GHz (Core i5)
iMac Intel 24" EMC 2111
2.16 GHz
2.33 GHz
iMac Intel 24" EMC 2134 and 2211
2.4 GHz
2.8 GHz (EMC No. 2134)
2.8 GHz (EMC No. 2211)
3.06 GHz (EMC No. 2211)
iMac Intel 24" EMC 2267
2.66 GHz
2.93 GHz
3.06 GHz (EMC No. 2267)
iMac Intel 27"
2.66 GHz (Quad Core i5)
2.8 GHz (Quad Core i5)
2.8 GHz (Quad Core i7)
2.93 GHz (Quad Core i7)
3.06 GHz (Core 2 Duo)
3.2 GHz (Core i3)
3.33 GHz (Core 2 Duo)
3.6 GHz (Core i5)
Power Mac G5
1.6 GHz
1.8 GHz (EMC No. 1969)
1.8 GHz (Late 2004)
1.8 GHz Dual (EMC No. 1969)
1.8 GHz Dual (EMC No. 1969C)
2.0 GHz Dual (EMC No. 1969)
2.0 GHz Dual (EMC No. 1969C)
2.0 GHz Dual (EMC No. 2023)
2.0 GHz Dual (EMC No. 2061)
2.3 GHz Dual (EMC No. 2023)
2.3 GHz Dual (EMC No. 2061)
2.5 GHz Dual (EMC No. 1969C)
2.5 GHz Quad
2.7 GHz Dual
 

Stories

My Problem

We were running out of disk space with our 500 GB disk on our late-2009 iMac, and I was fed up managing content on external USB drives.

My Fix

It was actually quite easy. It only took about 45 minutes and my 12 year old daughter did most of the work. The guide for the EMC 2308 was spot on for my iMac, which is an EMC 2551. Recovering the machine from the Time Machine backup on a USB drive worked fine, although it did take 4 hours to copy the nearly 500 GB of data over USB 2.0. We also took advantage to take out and take apart the DVD super drive to clean the lens (it stopped working years ago).

My Advice

Make sure to make the last Time Machine backup before shutting down!

After the repair, when the iMac is first restarted with the new disk, the disk repair utility comes up but the new disk was not visible. Before you can restore the data from the backup, you have use the Disk Utility to format (or reformat) the new disk to the Mac Journaled FS using the "first aid" utility. Then, the new disk shows up as one of the disks that can be used as the destination for recovery.

There was one minor hiccup. Although everything was installed properly after the recovery from the backup, MS Office asked for the license key when I tried to use it. I had to dig it out of my email archives. So keep such software keys handy because they are apparently associated to the HW Id of the disk somehow.

My Problem

Wanted larger local data internal repository with rapid loading apps/programs. Fed up of slow wifi and ethernet network filesystem update and waiting ages for file updates and backups. Went for Fusion drive using SSD and 4TB Seagate HDD

My Fix

Nothing exploded!. Went back together perfectly. Need plenty of time with no interruptions and another source for information such as iPad. Initially set up as a case-senstive HPS+ volume which lead to problems with Adobe products not loading or installing. As yet none of their products will work on a case-senstive volume. Wanted this as planned to use as a server but what the !&&*. Had to recreate a non-case-sensitive HPS+ volume and restore again to get Adobe stuff working again.

No problems with fans going flat out afterwards.

My Advice

Need to have fast Firewire link to backup before and restore after Fusion volume created if you have alot of data. It takes hours to restore. Using TimeMachine restore over network will take days to complete

Fusion volume is supposed to put system files on SSD leading to fast loading frequently used programs. User data directories on HDD. Performance degrades if you plan to edit huge video files.

Ensure enable TRIM (http://www.nick-p.info/enabling-trim-on-...) to ensure SDD continues to work at peak write and erase speeds. Will need to be reapplied after OS updates.

Joseph Abraham's Story Photo #340212

My Problem

Original hard drive went bad, had to replace it.

My Fix

Repair went smooth. However, I did forget to attach one cable prior to reassembly. I had to open the unit back up and reattach the video cable. I ended up actually shocking myself because when I reopened the computer, I forgot to unplug the computer.

Also, wasn't able to install the operating system from the DVD drive for some reason. I ended up cloning a drive that was plugged in via USB; I used disk utility.

My Advice

First, never work on an iMac when it is plugged in. There is a possibility of lethal electric shock. Second, in many instances, cloning drives with disk utility is more time effective than reinstalling from recovery disk.