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Toshiba X300 6TB HDD Review

The front of the box shows an image of the drive (without a lid) and good clear descriptions of its capacity, spin speed, cache and usage. The back of the box has a panel of multilingual statements of the drive’s features.

Unlike the P300, the X300 does come packaged with some all-round protection in the form of two air pocketed protection shells. The only things bundled in box are a quick start guide and a warranty leaflet.

Built on a standard 3.5in format, the 6TB X300 is a six 1TB platter design with twelve heads. It uses Dual-stage actuator technology which helps protect the positional accuracy of the head against deviations caused by vibration during both reading and writing operations.

A quick peak at the rear of the PCB reveals a Marvell 88i9419-NDB2 storage controller, a Winbond DDR2-800 DRAM chip and a spindle controller coded 6M4N1DD.

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