Here are all the models currently in the database for this manufacturer and drive width. Entries are sorted into sections based on platter density, and then manufacturer drive family.

Some tips:

Drives using odd sizes are sorted into whatever size category that's closest. For example, drives using 150GB platters are sorted into the 160GB/platter section, and drives using 200GB platters are sorted into the 250GB/platter section.
The total capacity of the drive is shown beside each drive model.
A platter-head ratio is shown next to the total capacity tag in brackets. For example, a drive with a (1/2) ratio has one disk and two read/write heads. Drives that leave some amount of their platters unused in order to fit into a certain capacity (such as a 320GB drive based on a 500GB platter and two heads, which would have ~180GB space unusable) are marked as [short-stroked] next to the platter-head ratio accordingly.
Any special features (increased rotational speed, interface types, unusual platter designs and stuff like that) are noted where necessary.


This section was last updated on 07/02/2016.



2GB/platter Section (all drives under here use platters that can hold 2GB of data apiece.)

01MPL (4200RPM, 256KB cache, PC Card ATA/66 interface)

MK2001MPL 2GB (1/2)



5GB/platter Section (all drives under here use platters that can hold 5GB of data apiece.)

02MPL (3990RPM, 256KB cache, PC Card ATA/66 interface)

MK5002MPL 5GB (1/2)


02MAL (4200RPM, 1MB cache, 44-pin ATA/66 interface)

MK5002MAL 5GB (1/2)



10GB/platter Section (all drives under here use platters that can hold 10GB of data apiece.)

03GAL (4200RPM, 512KB cache, 44-pin ATA/100 interface)

MK1003GAL 10GB (1/2)


03GAH (4200RPM, 512KB cache, 44-pin ATA/100 interface)

MK2003GAH 20GB (2/4)



20GB/platter Section (all drives under here use platters that can hold 20GB of data apiece.)

04GAL (4200RPM, 44-pin ATA/100 interface)

MK1504GAL 15GB [512KB cache] (1/2 [short-stroked])
MK2004GAL 20GB [2MB cache] (1/2)


04GAH (4200RPM, 2MB cache, 44-pin ATA/100 interface)

MK4004GAH 40GB (2/4)



30GB/platter Section (all drives under here use platters that can hold 30GB of data apiece.)

06GAL (4200RPM, 2MB cache, 44-pin ATA/100 interface)

MK2006GAL 20GB (1/2 [short-stroked])
MK3006GAL 30GB (1/2)


06GAH (4200RPM, 2MB cache, 44-pin ATA/100 interface)

MK4006GAH 40GB (2/3 [short-stroked])
MK6006GAH 60GB (2/4)


08GAL (4200RPM, 2MB cache, ZIF ATA/100 interface)

MK2008GAL 20GB (1/2 [short-stroked])
MK3008GAL 30GB (1/2)


08GAH (4200RPM, 2MB cache, ZIF ATA/100 interface)

MK4008GAH 40GB (2/3 [short-stroked])
MK6008GAH 60GB (2/4)



40GB/platter Section (all drives under here use platters that can hold 40GB of data apiece.)

07GAL (4200RPM, 2MB cache, 44-pin ATA/100 interface)

MK4007GAL 40GB (1/2)


07GAH (4200RPM, 2/8MB cache, 44-pin ATA/100 interface)

MK8007GAH 80GB (2/4)
Note: different datasheets list different cache sizes for this drive.


09GAL (4200RPM, 8MB cache, ZIF ATA/100 interface)

MK4009GAL 40GB (1/2)


09GAH (4200RPM, 8MB cache, ZIF ATA/100 interface)

MK8009GAH 80GB (2/4)



50GB/platter Section (all drives under here use platters that can hold 50GB of data apiece.)

11GAH (4200RPM, 8MB cache, ZIF ATA/100 interface)

MK1011GAH 100GB (2/4)



60GB/platter Section (all drives under here use platters that can hold 60GB of data apiece.)

14GAL (4200RPM, 2MB cache, ZIF ATA/100 interface)

MK6014GAL 60GB (1/2)
Note: this drive looks to be the older version of the MK6028GAL listed above.


14GAH (4200RPM, 8MB cache, ZIF ATA/100 interface)

MK1214GAH 120GB (2/4)


15GAA (3600RPM, 160KB cache, ZIF ATA/66 interface)

MK6015GAA 60GB (1/2)


28GAL (4200RPM, 2MB cache, ZIF ATA/100 interface)

MK6028GAL 60GB (1/2)



80GB/platter Section (all drives under here use platters that can hold 80GB of data apiece.)

17GSG (5400RPM, 8MB cache, SATA-150 interface)

MK8017GSG 80GB (1/2)
MK1617GSG 160GB (2/4).


22GAA (3600RPM, 160KB cache, ZIF ATA/100 interface)

MK8022GAA 80GB (1/2)
*Note: I find the tiny cache (160KB) on this drive and the MK6015GAA a bit humorous, though Toshiba aimed these drives at CE applications only. PC vendors were probably advised to use the MK8025GAL instead. 80GB iPod Classics made use of MK8022GAA drives.


25GAL (4200RPM, 8MB cache, ZIF ATA/100 interface)

MK8025GAL 80GB (1/2)


26GCB (3600RPM, 160KB cache, ZIF ATA/100 interface)

MK1626GCB 160GB (2/4)
Note: This is the dual-platter version of the MK8022GAA, and retains the tiny cache among most other features.



120-125GB/platter Section (all drives under here use platters that can hold 120-125GB of data apiece.)

29GSG Series (5400RPM, 8MB cache, SATA-300 interface)

MK1229GSG 120GB (1/2)
MK1629GSG 160GB (2/3 [short-stroked])
MK2529GSG 250GB (2/4)


31GAL/31GAH Series (4200RPM, 8MB cache, ZIF ATA/100 interface)

MK8031GAL 80GB (1/2 [short-stroked])
MK1231GAL 120GB (1/2)*
MK2431GAH 240GB (2/4)**
*Note: This drive was used in the Microsoft Zune 120.
**Note: Yes it is an unusual capacity. Toshiba added 10 more gigabytes for the 29GSG model.



160GB/platter Section (all drives under here use platters that can hold 160GB of data apiece.)

33GSG Series (5400RPM, 16MB cache, SATA-300 interface)

MK1633GSG 160GB (1/2)
MK2533GSG 250GB (2/4 [short-stroked])
MK3233GSG 320GB (2/4)
Note: with 16MB of cache, a 5400RPM spindle speed, a native SATA interface and 320GB of capacity on the flagship model, you can pretty much consider these the Velociraptors of the 1.8" drive world. Their performance is so far unknown, but you can bet it'll be way better than the 4200RPM ZIF models used in most 1.8" drive-toting computers.


34GAL Series (4200RPM, 8MB cache, ZIF ATA/100 interface)

MK6034GAL 60GB (1/1 [short-stroked])
MK8034GAL 80GB (1/1)
MK1234GAL 120GB (1/2 [short-stroked])
MK1634GAL 160GB (1/2)*
*Note: As far as I know, this drive is used in the new circa 2009 160GB iPod Classics.


35GSL Series (4200RPM, 8MB cache, SATA-300 interface)

MK1235GSL 120GB (1/2 [short-stroked])
Note: I'm not completely sure if these use 160 or 120GB platters, but I'm guessing 160GB as they came out with the 33GSG series above. You can consider this a "low end" version of the aforementioned 33GSGs, as it spins slower at 4200RPM and has 50% of the cache, but keeps the same interface.


36GAL Series (4200RPM, 2MB cache, ZIF ATA/100 interface)

MK6036GAL 60GB (1/1 [short-stroked]?)
Note: no publicly-available datasheet seems to exist for these, but you can find them on Ebay. My FSC Amilo UI 3520 netbook's BIOS throws a "Fixed Disk 0 Failure" with one of them in, though (it seemed to work fine in a USB 2.0 enclosure, so I don't think it was DOA; possibly just a strange quirk with the netbook?). Platter density is a tentative guess based on the family code (36GAL).



220GB/platter Section (all drives under here use platters that can hold 220GB of data apiece.)

39GSL Series (4200RPM, 16MB cache, LIF SATA-150 interface)


MK1639GSL 160GB (1/2 [short-stroked])
MK2039GSL 200GB (1/2 [short-stroked])
MK2239GSL 220GB (1/2)
Note: probably Toshiba's last 1.8" HDD family. They have not released anything new in this form factor since (as of Q2 2016).



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