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Walmart.com has 4TB Western Digital Red 3.5" Internal Hard Drive (WD40EFRX) on sale for $118.13 - $2.48 pick-up discount = $115.65. *Select in-store pick up to get this price. If you prefer, you may select free shipping, and get it for $118.13. Thanks Prodege79 & DavidD1855
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Amazon.com also has (for Amazon Prime members only), the 4TB Western Digital Red 3.5" Internal Hard Drive (WD40EFRX) on sale for $115.65. Shipping is free.
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It is down $10 from a couple days ago. Right now there are not a lot of low options, but there have been a few deals lately. The Best Buy Ebay paypal coupon for $105 was slick.

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4 TB Western Digital Red NAS Hard Drive [amazon.com]: $115.65 - Prime members only

Edit: for an even slicker deal at $96, go directly to WD site and sign up for their student discount using your EDU email address. Sign up link here [wdc.com]
I personally cancelled my order and will return my best buy drive I got at$105 too!
Thanks Wilderling! https://slickdeals.net/forums/showpost.php?p=99385412&postcount=50

Specifically designed for use in NAS systems with up to 8 bays
Tested for 24x7 reliability
NASware firmware for compatibility
3-year limited warranty
Small and home office NAS systems in a 24x7 environment
Package includes a hard drive only - no screws, cables, manuals included. Please purchase mounting hardware and cables separately if necessary.
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I just received a notification that there are some 4TB WD Red drives available at the Western Digital student store [wdc.com] for 95.99$. As long as you have a .edu email from a college or university that is on their list you have access to the school store.
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limit 1 per account....what am i suppose to do with 1 nas drive
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Same price at Walmart with local pickup discount.
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can this be used as a surveillance hard drive in a dvr?
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limit 1 per account....what am i suppose to do with 1 nas drive
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can this be used as a surveillance hard drive in a dvr?

I recall that purple is ideal for optimized writing speeds and can record 24/7. Unfortunately I am not sure from experience if red will be 100% ideal.

Here are a couple things to check out:
https://community.wd.com/t/purple-vs-red/179095
https://forum.synology.com/enu/vi...p?t=114040
https://community.wd.com/t/deskto...rld/159783
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multiple accounts?
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What is good hdd drive where 1: silent is important and 2: at good speed.
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limit 1 per account....what am i suppose to do with 1 nas drive
But for those that already have a NAS with these drives, and are just looking to expand, this is helpful
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will this work as a back up hdd in a enclosure?
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What is good hdd drive where 1: silent is important and 2: at good speed.
A solid state drive would be both of those. You probably won't find a hard drive that is quiet and fast at the same time.
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A solid state drive would be both of those. You probably won't find a hard drive that is quiet and fast at the same time.
Will a 5200 rpm drive be quieter than 7200?
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I have Seagate 5 TB pulled from the desktop USB enclosures in my server now and they keep throwing weird errors now and then, I guess it's true what they say that those drives really should not be used as anything but backup drives. May be time to spend a bunch on red soon...Just still shocked that these seagate drives don't work a little better on what is essentially just a media server.
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good. I buy it
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