Tagged: Hard Drive

Data storage giant Seagate has announced it’s latest offering for the gaming industry and Xbox specifically – Game Drive for Xbox SSD – a flash-speed SSD storage drive designed exclusively for Xbox One with Xbox officially licensed branding. It promises to deliver fast game performance and be more portable and convenient as it won’t need a separate power cord and will be pocket sized. The pro-level flash SSD upgrade delivers fast game loading performance to get you into the game and with USB 3.0 speeds games played from it will be just like playing from the consoles internal hard drive and it … Read More »

So with the highly anticipated Final Fantasy XV releasing on 28 November, 2016, we have grown accustomed to putting aside some hard drive space for the full game install.  It has been learned that the initial install for Final Fantasy XV will be 46.17 GB.  This isn’t the largest we have seen but it will surely take some moving around and deleting for some of us.  Of course there are options for external storage. Luckily for you we have a guide that will help you know what to look for if you need additional storage.  You can see that guide here: … Read More »

Anyone who has put some time in games on their Xbox One has probably come a crossroads on what to delete to make room for new games or content.  Microsoft made it clear that the Xbox One’s internal storage is not replaceable but they have given players the ability to use external USB storage.  The question is “what do you look for?” Unfortunately you cannot just grab any external and plug it up for additional storage.  Microsoft’s minimum requirements for an external drive are as follows: USB 3.0 connection 256GB minimum storage space. 5400RPM drive speed. The built in hard … Read More »

One question I see on a daily basis, is what External hard-drive should I get. So here’s a few tips on what to look for. Firstly you MUST ensure the hard drive ……. Has capacity of 256 GB or more Uses USB 3.0. Anything that isn’t is fine for storage & media, but the above is required to use for “Games & Apps” where your Xbox will treat it as an Xbox drive, and allow you to store your full game installs. So, you need a USB3 External Hard drive that’s at least 256gb, as a guide HDD size – … Read More »

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