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Friday, September 9, 2011

Toshiba Apple Macbook pro OEM HDD 250GB 5400rpm

Hi, I'm selling a 250GB HDD. This one is from my Macbook pro 2010. You might want to replace your Macbook HDD or other laptop's HDD with this.


Some information you have to know before buying is following:
1. It shows the Fujitsu mark, but now it's from Toshiba. Toshiba acquired the Fujitsu in 2009.
2. 250GB
3. 5400rpm
4. 8MB buffer
5. SATA 3.0Gb/s
6. No bad sector
7. I intentionally removed any serial number or bar code in following pictures, but it's totally okay in real.


For more technical information drop by following sites please.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16822116168
http://www3.toshiba.co.jp/storage/english/spec/hdd25/13_MJA2XXXBH.htm


Its label says that 
- Made in Thailand
- Model MJA2250BH
- Type FFS G1
- Date: 2010-02-15
- Part No. CA07083-B50400AP
- 250.0GB
- LBA: 488397168


It is formatted with NTFS now. 


Chkdsk result shows that there is no bad sector.

Technical information:


ITEMMJA2250BH
Basic specification
InterfaceATA8-ACS
Serial-ATA Revision 2.6 (Gen1i and Gen2i)
Formatted Capacity250GB
Bytes per sector512
Performance
Buffer size8MB
Rotation speed5,400rpm
Average Latency time5.56ms (typ.)
Average seek time (read)12ms (typ.)
Average seek time (write)14ms (typ.)
Supply Voltage
Allowable Voltage5V±5%
Power consumption
Start5.0W (max.)
Read/Write (1.5Gb/s)1.3W (typ.)
Read/Write (3.0Gb/s)1.4W (typ.)
Low power Idle0.60W (typ.)
Stand-by0.13W (typ.)
Sleep0.13W (typ.)
Energy Consumption Efficiency
/Category name
0.0024
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Dimension
Height9.5mm
Width70.0mm
Depth100.0mm
Weight96g
Temperature
Operating5 to 55°C
Non-Operating-40 to 65°C
Vibration/Shock
Vibration (op)9.8m/s2 (1.0G) [5~500Hz]
Vibration (non-op)49m/s2 (5.0G) [5~500Hz]
Shock (op)3,430m/s2 (350G) [2ms]
Shock (non-op)8,820m/s2 (900G) [1ms]
Acoustics
Idle (ave.)2.0Bels



Ref. http://www3.toshiba.co.jp/storage/english/spec/hdd25/13_MJA2XXXBH.htm



If you have any question about this, please mail me! Thank you!

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