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Tottenham4Life
May 6, 2010, 05:20 PM
I searched the forum and nothing came up. Is a Western Digital (model WD3200BEVE) a good drive for a 17" Powerbook A1107?

Here are the specs....


Performance Specifications
Rotational Speed 5,400 RPM (nominal)
Buffer Size 8 MB
Average Latency 5.50 ms (nominal)

Seek Times
Read Seek Time 12.0 ms
Track-To-Track Seek Time 2.0 ms (average)

Transfer Rates
Transfer Rate (Buffer To Disk) 600 Mb/s (Max)

Buffer to Host (EIDE)
Mode 5 Ultra ATA 100 MB/s


Physical Specifications
Formatted Capacity 320,072 MB
Capacity 320 GB
Interface PATA 100 MB/s
User Sectors Per Drive 625,142,448


Physical Dimensions
English
Height 0.374 Inches
Length 3.94 Inches
Width 2.75 Inches
Weight 0.22 Pounds

Metric
Height 9.5 mm
Length 100.2 mm
Width 69.85 mm
Weight 0.117 kg


Environmental Specifications
Acoustics
Idle Mode 22 dBA (average)
Seek Mode 0 25 dBA (average)

Temperature (English)
Operating 32 F to 140 F
Non-operating -40 F to 149 F

Temperature (Metric)
Operating -0 C to 60 C
Non-operating -40 C to 65 C

Humidity
Operating 8% to 95% Non-condensing
Non-operating 5-95% RH non-condensing

Altitude (English)
Operating -1,000 feet to 10,000 feet
Non-operating -1,000 feet to 40,000 feet

Altitude (Metric)
Operating -305M to 3,050M
Non-operating -305M to 12,200M

Vibration
Operating 0.00459 g/Hz (10 to 500 Hz)
Non-operating 0.05102 g/Hz (10 to 500 Hz)


Electrical Specifications
Current Requirements
5 VDC
Read/Write 500 mA
Idle 400 mA
Standby 60 mA
Sleep 60 mA

Power Dissipation
Read/Write 2.50 Watts
Idle 0.85 Watts
Standby 0.30 Watts
Sleep 0.30 Watts