@wizardofoz85 Christ, I had an old 60GB PS3 that failed ages ago. I'm not fussed about leaving games permanently on the HDD but even I couldn't imagine trying to use PS+ with 60GB model.|
The Seagate and WD 2.5" 5400rpm drives should work. I would steer clear of any other brand of HDD anyway.
Edit: Personally, I always go for Seagates if they're not too much more expensive than their WD counterparts. Although, I currently have two WD 2.5" drives in my laptops (all my 3.5" drives are Seagate).
Edited by crispyduckman at 15:16:06 08-03-2013
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