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Originally Posted by Dman View Post
If its 80pin its probably a 160u drive with an lvd connector for hot swapping.
All modern Ultrastars are U320. 80pin only means the drives primary purpose was hot swapping, doesn't have anything to do with U160/U320.
Because he has a 18.2GB drive, he probably does have a older U160 drive version. Ultrastar U320 10K drives I know of today go range from 73GB to 300GB in size.

What is the serial number of the drive?
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they are 68 pin not 80
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WESTERN DIGITAL 500 GIG AAKS 2X Lite on dvd-rw burners GAMEMAXX 300 BY DEEP COOL win7 64 bit PRO 
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ACER 23 LED,LCD labtecc- keyless key board ocz 700 watt STEALTH X STEAM RAIDMAX DIRKTOOTH: "SMILODON" 
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