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6 TB Toshiba X300 3.5" 7200 RPM SATA III Desktop Internal Hard Drive Retail Kit for $179.99 AC & More + Free Shipping @ Newegg.com

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Last Edited by jersharocks August 22, 2016 at 08:46 AM
Hey guys,

I didn't see this posted, so I thought I'd share. The 6 TB Toshiba HDD matches the previous +38 FP Deal from last month!

Internal 2.5" Solid State Drives:Internal 3.5" Hard Drives:OPTIONAL: You may also save an additional $15 off $200+ Purchases if you pay using Visa Checkout and Apply Code: VCOGOLD16 at checkout. (Details) - no longer valid
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6tb link isn't working
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Best price I ever got for 6TB drives was Tiger Direct selling 6TB Seagate 7200RPM drives for $135 each about a year and a half ago.

Oddly enough, that was the only good experience I had with TD in the last 5 years or so. I have yet to see anything close to the capacity/price since. This looks to be a good deal. Especially for a retail kit (better chance you won't get a DOA or shipping-damaged drive. Typically a better warranty as well)

Think I might pull the trigger on a couple...
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can you combine it with visa checkout discount?
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can you combine it with visa checkout discount?
you can't stack promo code, so it won't work with the visa checkout discount
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Nice to see 6tb drives are finally dropping a little.
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Just snagged one. Nearing the limits of my existing 2tb + 3tb drives, think I will replace the aging (quite slow now too) 2tb with this. It's really started to feel slow lately, even compared to my 3tb. Should give me another year or two before I need to think about it again - hopefully. Thanks for the deal!
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Got 3.. 18TB of stuff...
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How is the Toshiba for reliability?
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6tb is SMR or not?
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6tb is SMR or not?
I think SMR is still exclusive to Seagate, not to mention that this is a 7200RPM drive, SMR drives spin slower than that.
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6TB looks good but I'm worried about it being Toshiba. Don't know much about their failure rates and there are very few reviews. =/
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6TB looks good but I'm worried about it being Toshiba. Don't know much about their failure rates and there are very few reviews. =/
I have 2x 5tb and 2x 4tb drives in my server now, they've been absolutely flawless so far. I can get the SMART data for you if you want.

I was hoping B&H Photo or Adorama or somewhere else without California tax would price match...

https://i.imgur.com/fYwRrEt.png
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Last edited by uberw00tness August 12, 2016 at 05:46 PM
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I have 2x 5tb and 2x 4tb drives in my server now, they've been absolutely flawless so far. I can get the SMART data for you if you want.

I was hoping B&H Photo or Adorama or somewhere else without California tax would price match...

https://i.imgur.com/fYwRrEt.png
Thanks for the info. I ended up shelling out an extra $100+ to get a very well reviewed Western Digital 6TB for $285. Hurt the wallet, but at least I can sleep at night. I really, really can't afford risking another hard drive failure. Or at least any time soon.
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Thanks for the info. I ended up shelling out an extra $100+ to get a very well reviewed Western Digital 6TB for $285. Hurt the wallet, but at least I can sleep at night. I really, really can't afford risking another hard drive failure. Or at least any time soon.
ouch. I got some wd re4 sas drives, used but with 2 1/2 years on the warranty for $110 each
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