I want to buy used SATA Harddisk Drives for office/CCTV use. My rate is "X gb * 0.005 to 0.010 = $ , round up to next dollar". 3.5" HDD 2tb and above preferred. 2.5" HDD 750gb and above preferred. Smaller capacities are fine too, let me know what you got. Where I'm getting my prices is basically brand new hdd (cheapest HDD) in the market x 25%. example, if you have a 2TB HDD (but it must still be working condition), it's 2000gb * 0.01 = $20. I don't care whether still under warranty/barely used/has a few bad sectors as long as it still starts/works. Must not hang/freeze up PC. (Means it's dying) Price will be offered lower depending on current demand and condition also. And yes you don't have to explain to me why a 750gb hdd will appear as 698gb or 2tb hdd appear lower. I know, it's just x1024x1024 until you reach bytes but I still count as labelled/marketed drive. Minimum requirement : must pass basic smart quick test disk check, Disk health above 85% according to Hard Disk Sentinel software.A bit of bad sector is ok. So in the event of failed hard disk checks or lower health then we re-negotiate price flexibly on the spot. Before you flame me for buying at low price - I already have more than 100 terabytes of HDD storage. I'm doing CCTV / IT Administrator / Audio (24bit/96khz) / Video (HD/4K) / Photography (RAW/DNG) production so storage and RAID backups are my best friend. And everyone is using ssd and m2 etc hdds already so my demand is not always high. Usually I buy bulk of 10 to 50 HDDs (ever a case of 80pieces) from Carousellers so if you're expecting high offers, I suggest you go get yourself disappointed with other Carousellers pretending to be buying at high prices first. thanks for reading!
4 years ago In Looking For