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[* black] JustAnd just a couple more PhilipsPhillips screws andlater, the 2.5"HGST hard2.5" HGST [http://www.hgst.com/sites/default/files/resources/TS-5K1000-ds.pdf|HTS541010A9E680|new_window=true] hard drive is free from its caddy.
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caddy shackles.
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black] The PS4 Pro claimsWhile the PlayStation team boasted about the Pro's SATA IIIIII ''support'', this stock hard disk drive is labeled SATArated at 3.0GB/s (SATA II).
[* black] Also this appearsOr ''is'' it? According to be[http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIA2W02KN0914|various|new_window=true] [http://www.hgst.com/sites/default/files/resources/TS-5K1000-ds.pdf|online|new_window=true] [https://www.cnet.com/products/hgst-travelstar-5k1000-hts541010a9e680-hard-drive-1-tb-sata-6gb-s/|sources|new_window=true], this guy is actually a [http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/notebook-hard-drive-review,3270-3.html|super6.0GB/s HDD. Regardless, at 5400 RPM this platter drive will never reach SATA III speeds and is pretty similar to the drive we found in the [guide|19493|2013 model|stepid=54777|new_window=true].
[* icon_note] Also this [https://www.hgst.com/company/media-room/press-releases/hgst-gives-consumers-industrys-first-1tb-7200-rpm-25-inch-mobile|sorta
old, not so great, hard drive of yore|new_window=true] indoesn't seem to measure up to the rest of this console's "Pro" specs.
[* black] No worries though—armed with the right tools and some elbow grease (and a [product|IF107-132|snazzy
new "pro" machine6.0GB/s SSD)|new_window=true] you can cut your load times in half and get back to gaming like it's 2016.
[* black] JustAnd just a couple more PhilipsPhillips screws andlater, the 2.5"HGST hard2.5" HGST [http://www.hgst.com/sites/default/files/resources/TS-5K1000-ds.pdf|HTS541010A9E680|new_window=true] hard drive is free from its caddy.
[*
caddy shackles.
[*
black] The PS4 Pro claimsWhile the PlayStation team boasted about the Pro's SATA IIIIII ''support'', this stock hard disk drive is labeled SATArated at 3.0GB/s (SATA II).
[* black] Also this appearsOr ''is'' it? According to be[http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIA2W02KN0914|various|new_window=true] [http://www.hgst.com/sites/default/files/resources/TS-5K1000-ds.pdf|online|new_window=true] [https://www.cnet.com/products/hgst-travelstar-5k1000-hts541010a9e680-hard-drive-1-tb-sata-6gb-s/|sources|new_window=true], this guy is actually a [http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/notebook-hard-drive-review,3270-3.html|super6.0GB/s HDD. Regardless, at 5400 RPM this platter drive will never reach SATA III speeds and is pretty similar to the drive we found in the [guide|19493|2013 model|stepid=54777|new_window=true].
[* icon_note] Also this [https://www.hgst.com/company/media-room/press-releases/hgst-gives-consumers-industrys-first-1tb-7200-rpm-25-inch-mobile|sorta
old, not so great, hard drive of yore|new_window=true] indoesn't seem to measure up to the rest of this console's "Pro" specs.
[* black] No worries though—armed with the right tools and some elbow grease (and a [product|IF107-132|snazzy
new "pro" machine6.0GB/s SSD)|new_window=true] you can cut your load times in half and get back to gaming like it's 2016.