So is it worth the Seagate FireCuda 2TB HDD update for your maturing PS4 console? It’s an obvious YES for quadrupling the hard drive limit. What’s more, there are speedier load times. This implies more opportunity for gaming.
Seagate FireCuda 2TB is an unquestionable requirement in the event that you need more games on your PS4
A word of caution about the update file that you will need to complete your installation. It is not your typical PS4 upgrade file which is around 300MB in size. What you need is the “New Installation” file which is more than 800MB in size.
By and by, we lean toward an SSD (approx 500+MB/sec stacking). However, the PS4’s transport is SATA 2 which considers 300MB/sec speed. Be that as it may, SSD’s are not shoddy when contrasted with a hard disk drive of equivalent limit.
The execution of your PS4 is likewise more vital than it’s ability. In any case, we do concur that for a PS4, the default drive ought to be 1TB with an alternative to move up to 2TB for an ostensible charge of say $20 to $40 USD. A group recently hacked the PS4 and found that all drives on the gadget were associated by means of USB. That is the reason the PS4 does not get as much execution on an SSD. Also, that is the reason it doesn’t bode well for Sony to not permit an outer hard drive by means of USB. Let us know your thoughts.
Source: Gear Nuke