Upgrade Your PlayStation 3 Hard Drive, 320gb for $69

Is your 20gb, 40gb, 60gb or 80gb getting full?  For $69.90 + free shipping we got an upgrade for your PS3 that you can’t pass up.

PlayStation 3 Demos are great.  Heck, they saved me from purchasing some iffey’s and helped me decide which game is worth picking up.  One problem with demos… they take up too much space on my 60gb PS3!  I’ve been very careful over the past 3 months, deleting old demos I’ve liked but had to make room for new ones.  With the price of hard drives dropping, this decision is a no brainer.  Demos and now some newer games will require me to expand my PS3 storage.  (Soul Calibur IV offers better load times if you install it on your PS3).

Check out where to buy it below:

So, here is the bargain on Amazon.  It’s a Western Digital 320gb hard drive for $69.90 plus Free Shipping!

Here’s how to upgrade a Western Digital WD3200BEVT 320 GB Scorpio Sata 5400 Rpm 8MB 2.5 inch

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Readers Comments (8)

  1. You forgot to mention that it take buying 2 hard drives, 1 to back up your current purchases and then the 2nd for the PS3..

    Everyone seems to always for get that little part..
    waste of mony

  2. why not use the current hard drive as the backup? I don’t see what your point is.. You are trying to say you need to buy 2 hard drives in addition to the existing one?

    doesn’t make much sense

  3. @ Brian, did you watch the video? Run the “Backup..” program on the PS3 to a flash drive. Of course you will lose all your demos, unless you know how to ghost it like I plan to do…

  4. Most people have a flash drive laying around so backing up you saved game data should not be a problem. On small fact, remember that you only have 5 redownloads from the PSN. So if this is your first swap, you’re good. If you’re on your 3rd, you may want to do a full backup, as your download limit will be down to 2 and anything can happen…

  5. you can download as many time as you want but u can only have up to 5 system activate into your acount

  6. @ Alex, thank you for clarifying

  7. I would like to remind you guys, to be careful unscrewing the hard drive from the enclosure. I personally have stripped out the screws even though i was careful to not. Just be careful and be sure to not attempt to unscrew until you’re sure the screwdriver is the correct size.

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