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I believe the largest non-SMR 2.5" hard drive still in production is 1TB.
The guide data has been unreliable since the switch from Gracenote to Rovi. Some programs are screwed up so often that I resort to manual recordings.
I watched it on ESPN via Comcast, and it looked like crap. Probably Comcast is to blame for that, since they use crazy low bitrates.
I'm talking about 3.5" drives.
I mean, maybe these SMR drives are okay for Tivos, but it's uncharted waters. Why risk it?
Phasers, what's the noise level like on the 2TB Toshiba compared with the WD 500GB?
FYI, new model <=6TB WDs with 256MB cache use SMR. Avoid.
I wouldn't recommend that with the Bolt. Leiff didn't say, but I'm assuming he's running with cover off.
Cover on or off is the question.
The crazy loud buzzing is a common defect with the Bolt. When working properly, it's quiet. Mine has the defect but I applied a workaround rather...
They can also demand that competing local stations not be carried. e.g. if an area has two CBS stations, one of them can block the other from...
In many areas cable companies don't carry all locals, in fact, I believe it's actually illegal (might be an exemption for PBS).
That's a strange perception given that Netflix has basically been copying HBO, only major difference being that HBO has sports and Netflix doesn't.
In a laptop, sure, because the drive is idle most of the time, and SSDs can use less power when idle. In a Tivo, idle power doesn't matter, and...
Drives are normally always full (including deleted but recoverable stuff) though.
1TB SSDs are cheap enough now (<$100) to make them attractive as an upgrade for 500GB Bolts, only question is reliability. The power saving Tivo...
It's sneaky of them to omit mention of SMR. They are certainly aware that some people will draw the inference you made.
You turned off "auto", right?
You should be able to select both 1080p 60fps and 4K 24/25/30 fps. Note that the 4K would only be used for streaming (you wouldn't want to watch...
Could be, always a good idea to check the voltage before connecting.
Out of curiosity, how did you check this? Seagate did inherit a non-SMR 4TB drive from Samsung, but I believe it's been out of production for...