Here are all of the models currently in the database for this manufacturer, drive width, and category. Entries are sorted into sections based on platter density, and then manufacturer drive family.

Some tips:

Drives using odd sizes are sorted into whatever size category that's closest. For example, drives using 150GB platters are sorted into the 160GB/platter section, and drives using 200GB platters are sorted into the 250GB/platter section.
The total capacity of the drive is shown beside each drive model.
A platter-head ratio is shown next to the total capacity tag in brackets. For example, a drive with a (1/2) ratio has one disk and two read/write heads. Drives that leave some amount of their platters unused in order to fit into a certain capacity (such as a 320GB drive based on a 500GB platter and two heads, which would have ~180GB space unusable) are marked as [short-stroked] next to the platter-head ratio accordingly.
Any special features (increased rotational speed, interface types, unusual platter designs and stuff like that) are noted where necessary.


This section was last updated on 06/08/2015.



250GB/platter Section (all drives under here use platters that can hold 250GB of data apiece.)

Barracuda 7200.10 (7200RPM, SATA-300 interface)

ST3250310AS 250GB (8MB Cache) (1/2)
ST3250410AS 250GB (16MB Cache) (1/2)


Barracuda 7200.11 (7200RPM, SATA-300 interface)

ST3500820AS 500GB (8MB Cache) (2/4)
ST3500620AS 500GB (16MB Cache) (2/4)
ST3500320AS 500GB (32MB Cache) (2/4)
ST3640630AS 640GB (16MB Cache) (3/6)
ST3640330AS 640GB (32MB Cache) (3/6)
ST3750630AS 750GB (16MB Cache) (3/6)
ST3750330AS 750GB (32MB Cache) (3/6)
ST31000640AS 1TB (16MB Cache) (4/8)
ST31000340AS 1TB (32MB Cache) (4/8)


DiamondMax 22 (7200RPM, SATA-300 interface)

STM3500820AS (8MB Cache) 500GB (2/4)
STM3500620AS (16MB Cache) 500GB (2/4)
STM3500320AS (32MB Cache) 500GB (2/4)
STM3750630AS (16MB Cache) 750GB (3/6)
STM3750330AS (32MB Cache) 750GB (3/6)
STM31000640AS 1TB (16MB Cache) (4/8)
STM31000340AS 1TB (32MB Cache) (4/8)



320-375GB/platter Section (all drives under here use platters that can hold 320-375GB of data apiece.)

Barracuda 7200.11 (7200RPM, SATA-300 interface)

ST3160813AS 160GB (8MB Cache) (1/1)
ST3320813AS 320GB (8MB Cache) (1/2)
ST3320613AS 320GB (16MB Cache) (1/2)
ST3640623AS 640GB (16MB Cache) (2/4)
ST3640323AS 640GB (32MB Cache) (2/4)
ST31000333AS 1TB (32MB Cache) (334GB/platter) (3/6)
ST31500341AS (32MB Cache) (375GB/platter) 1.5TB (4/8)


DiamondMax 22 (7200RPM, SATA-300 interface)

STM3160813AS (8MB Cache) 160GB (1/1)
STM3320614AS (16MB Cache) 320GB (1/2)
STM31000334AS (32MB Cache) (334GB/platter) 1TB (3/6)


Barracuda LP (5900RPM, 32MB cache, SATA-300 interface)

ST31500541AS (375GB/platter) 1.5TB (4/8)



500GB/platter Section (all drives under here use platters that can hold 500GB of data apiece.)

Barracuda 7200.12 (7200RPM)

ST3160318AS 160GB (8MB Cache) (SATA-300 interface) (1/1)
ST3160316AS 160GB (8MB Cache) (SATA-600 interface) (1/1)
ST3250318AS 250GB (8MB Cache) (SATA-300 interface) (1/1)
ST3250312AS 250GB (8MB Cache) (SATA-600 interface) (1/1)
ST3320418AS 320GB (16MB Cache) (SATA-300 interface) (1/2)
ST3320413AS 320GB (16MB Cache) (SATA-600 interface) (1/2)
ST3500418AS 500GB (16MB Cache) (SATA-300 interface) (1/2)
ST3500413AS 500GB (16MB Cache) (SATA-600 interface) (1/2)
ST3750528AS 750GB (32MB Cache) (SATA-300 interface) (2/3)
ST3750525AS 750GB (32MB Cache) (SATA-600 interface) (2/3)
ST31000528AS 1TB (32MB Cache) (SATA-300 interface) (2/4)
ST31000524AS 1TB (32MB Cache) (SATA-600 interface) (2/4)


Barracuda (7200RPM, 16MB cache, SATA-600 interface, Advanced Format)

ST250DM000 250GB (1/1)
ST320DM000 320GB (1/2)
ST500DM002 500GB (1/2)


DiamondMax 23 (7200RPM, SATA-300 interface)

STM3160318AS 160GB (1/1) (8MB Cache) (1/1)
STM3250318AS 250GB (1/1) (8MB Cache) (1/1)
STM3320418AS 320GB (1/2) (16MB Cache) (1/2)
STM3500418AS 500GB (1/2) (16MB Cache) (1/2)
STM3750528AS 750GB (2/3) (32MB Cache) (2/4)
STM31000528AS 1TB (2/4) (32MB Cache) (2/4)


"Samsung by Seagate" Barracuda (7200RPM, SATA-300 interface)

ST500DM005 (HD502HJ) 500GB (16MB Cache) (1/2)
ST1000DM005 (HD103SJ) 1TB (32MB Cache) (2/4)
Note: These, at least at first glance, appear to be nothing more than relabeled Samsung SpinPoint F3 hard disk drives.


Barracuda LP (5900RPM, SATA-300 interface)

ST3500412AS 500GB (16MB Cache) (1/2)
ST31000520AS 1TB (32MB Cache) (2/4)
ST32000542AS 2TB (32MB Cache) (4/8)


Barracuda Green (5900RPM)

ST1000DL002 1TB (32MB Cache) (SATA-300 interface) (2/4)*
ST1500DL003 1.5TB (64MB Cache) (SATA-600 interface) (3/6)
*Note: Not very sure about this model's platter density. Seagate makes it seem like the Barracuda Green family is only meant to contain 1.5TB and 2TB models, but here we have a 1TB model with smaller cache and lesser interface in stock at several retailers. I'm assuming the drive contains a pair of 500GB platters, so unless someone chimes in with a weight comparison between a 2TB/1.5TB Green and one of these, here it will stay.


Barracuda XT (7200RPM, 64MB cache, SATA-600 interface)

ST32000641AS 2TB (4/8)



600-667GB/platter Section (all drives under here use platters that can hold 600-667GB of data apiece.)

Barracuda Green (5900RPM)

ST2000DL001 2TB (32MB Cache) (SATA-300 interface) (3/6)*
ST2000DL003 2TB (64MB Cache) (SATA-600 interface) (3/6)
*Note: Seagate doesn't list these in any of their PDF datasheets for the Barracuda Green family. They can be found within the plastic cases of the firm's GoFlex products, though. (Someone on the Seagate forums had mentioned that their GoFlex came with the above 2TB model.)


Barracuda XT (7200RPM, 64MB cache, SATA-600 interface)

ST33000651AS 3TB (5/10)



750-800GB/platter Section (all drives under here use platters that can hold 750-800GB of data apiece.)

Desktop HDD.15 (5900RPM, 64MB cache, SATA-600 interface)

ST3000DM003 3TB (4/8)
The "DM" in the model number suggests a 7200 RPM drive (historically, the 5900 RPM Barracuda Greens used "DL"), but according to an analysis, at least the 4TB model actually spins at around 5900 RPM. Going back on what you said about 5900 RPM drives, are you, Seagate? The company doesn't even give a specific rotational speed for these.


Barracuda XT (7200RPM, 128MB cache, SATA-600 interface)

ST4000DX000 4TB (5/10)



1TB/platter Section (all drives under here use platters that can hold 1TB of data apiece.)

Barracuda 7200.14 (7200RPM, 64MB cache, SATA-600 interface)

ST750DM003 750GB (1/2 [short-stroked])
ST1000DM003 1TB (1/2)
ST1500DM003 1.5TB (2/3)
ST2000DM001 2TB (2/4) or (3/5 [800~GB/platter]) or (3/6 [667~GB/platter])*
ST2500DM001 2.5TB (3/5)
ST3000DM001 3TB (3/6)
*Like the similar WD Greens and Reds, the 2TB Barracuda ST2000DM001 can be found at random in a range of platter configurations - the 'perfect' two-platter version or two different three-platter models, which are slower and might also be less reliable. If you have an ST2000DM001 that weighs more than 600 grams, has a shallow (as opposed to deep and wide) depression on the cover (like this), and HD Tune reports a maximum read transfer rate of less than 190MB/s, you have a three-platter unit, and you may want to consider getting a refund.
*There seems to be another way to determine the platter count of an ST2000DM001 - by looking at the third character of the serial number. An 'E' seems to point to a two-platter unit. An 'F' seems to mark a three-platter one. For example, W1Exxxxxxx = two-platter, W1Fxxxxxxx = three-platter. Seagate might change this scheme at any moment, though, so watch out. Thanks to ~fzabkar for this info.


Desktop HDD.15 (5900RPM, 64MB cache, SATA-600 interface)

ST4000DM000 4TB (4/8)
The "DM" in the model number suggests a 7200 RPM drive (historically, the 5900 RPM Barracuda Greens used "DL"), but according to an analysis, at least the 4TB model actually spins at around 5900 RPM. Going back on what you said about 5900 RPM drives, are you, Seagate? The company doesn't even give a specific rotational speed for these.


Unknown Desktop HDD (SATA-600 interface)

ST5000DX000 5TB (5/10)
Some of LaCie's new external drives are shipping with these models. If you happen to find an official datasheet for this model, do let me know.


Desktop SSHD (64MB cache, 8GB SSD cache, SATA-600 interface)

ST1000DX001 1TB (7200 RPM) (1/2)
ST2000DX001 2TB (7200 RPM) (2/4)
ST4000DX001 4TB (5900 RPM) (4/8)



1.25TB/platter Section (all drives under here use platters that can hold 1.25TB of data apiece.)

Desktop HDD.15 (5900RPM, 128MB cache, SATA-600 interface, SMR recording)

ST5000DM000 5TB (4/8)



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