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Buddhatown 14 18 November 6, 2015 at 12:34 PM in 3.5" Hard Drives (5) More Amazon Deals
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Amazon has the Seagate SATA 6Gb/s 3.5-Inch 4TB Desktop HDD (ST4000DM000) for 109.99

I have seen this slightly cheaper by a couple bucks, but this is Amazon. Great price.

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#2
not bad first post, but pass on seagate products
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#3
The 4TB drives are performing a whole lot better than their 3TB ones.

https://www.backblaze.com/blog/ha...r-q2-2015/
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#4
What's the warranty like on this?
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What's the warranty like on this?
Standard Seagate warranty.
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Standard Seagate warranty.
So, four days. Got it.
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#7
my 1.5TB seagates all were boat anchors. idk why but I bought 4 of these when they came out and they are still going. still hate seagate... but I might buy a 5th for my drobo 5N.
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#8
I refuse to but Seagate drives every since the dropped their warranty. 2 Years warranty on a 4TB drive is horrible. I will pay the premium for WD Blacks and enjoy my 5 year warranty Smilie.
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#9
Wow, 4 TB, lol, it's enough for most people. Thanks, I'm just using a 1 TB laptop.
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#10
Good price but man would've been nice if it were a NAS drive. To all those crapping on Seagate, I've been running (2) RAID5 5x4tb with Seagate NAS drives and WD Red Drives. Both chugging along perfectly for a year so far. It's not that long but gets constant usage daily. Don't really know how the desktop variant is.
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Quote from fragilityV1 View Post :
The 4TB drives are performing a whole lot better than their 3TB ones.

https://www.backblaze.com/blog/ha...r-q2-2015/
Yes, the horrible reputation of the 3TB Seagates seems to have kept the prices on these reliable 4TBs down. These go on sale for 110 but you'd be lucky to get HGST for 145. At these low annual failure rates, that is way too much of a premium for slightly increased reliability.

Notice that in 2015 Seagate has been overall more reliable than WD https://www.backblaze.com/blog/ha...y-q3-2015/
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#12
2 year warranty is a meh. I still need 3-4 more drive for my 2nd HP micro server. We haven't had any decent HDD deal in a while since the HDD industry consolidated to the duopoly.
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#13
I grabbed it on jet.com using the 20% off coupon (was $115) and used debit card for a another 1.5% off to make it $91.05 (FS, No Tax)
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