No, it is not the Baraccuda 7200.14, it is the Desktop HDD.15. See the following review for more details: http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/desktop-hdd.15-st4000dm000-4tb,3494.html
By James on 25 November 2016
when you boot the computer, get into the bios to find the drive, if it isn't there it's probably not connected properly. depending on your bios you may need to alter one of the boot settings to enable the drive.
By alby on 31 January 2016