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It needs to be 9.5mm or less, but 9.5mm would be easiest.

I believe it uses SATA I.

I believe up to 320GB are supported by the device, but anything above 250GB is acceptable.

This is for a 20GB Arcade model. The fat one with the removable HDD.

Any recommendations? I read that an old 120GB Scorpio Black is usable, but it's out of production. I don't really care about LIVE either, so bans are of no concern. Last time I played was almost two years ago anyway, and $60 a year was not worth it. Do you need a drive with specific firmware, or does anything SATA work?
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Hello i made this account just to help you out. What you need is any WD Scorpio Blue HDD. Then you have to format it and install some FW on it. Its not hard to do it takes 10mins at the most and it is xbox live safe.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16822236239
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