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Newegg.com has 4x 4TB HGST Deskstar NAS Hard Drive Combo for $439.99 - $40 w/ promo code EMCXRKBK2 = $399.99. Shipping is free. Thanks sr71
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Great drives at a great price. They normally go on sale for around $130-$140 each.

Slap unRAID on top of this and you've got a nice little 12 TB storage solution with parity drive and room for future expansion using drives up to 4 TB.
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Not sure what the point is you're trying to make.
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Keep in mind, most NAS drives are ~5400 RPM. These are 7200 RPM. Increased heat, but should perform better than WD Reds. Seems like a solid deal to me.
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Great drives at a great price. They normally go on sale for around $130-$140 each.

Slap unRAID on top of this and you've got a nice little 12 TB storage solution with parity drive and room for future expansion using drives up to 4 TB.
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Great drives at a great price. They normally go on sale for around $130-$140 each.

Slap unRAID on top of this and you've got a nice little 12 TB storage solution with parity drive and room for future expansion using drives up to 4 TB.
Agreed
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Great drives at a great price. They normally go on sale for around $130-$140 each.

Slap unRAID on top of this and you've got a nice little 12 TB storage solution with parity drive and room for future expansion using drives up to 4 TB.
There's nothing "little" about a 12 TB storage solution Smilie
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This is a great price and lowest I've seen for this size. That said, I quickly outgrew these in my Synology DS and moved on to the 6TB and most recently 8TB drives. So it all depends on your storage needs.

But after 3 years these drives are still going strong...
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Good price. In 4 1.
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These or shuck the 4tb WD drives from the other deal?
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These or shuck the 4tb WD drives from the other deal?
If you're referring to the EasyStore drives on sale at Best Buy you might want to consider these instead. A lot of reports are coming back that they no longer contain Reds (NAS) drives and are now being populated with Blues (Formerly Greens). These are much more reliable and have been proven to be better drives all around, albeit a little louder and may run hotter than your other NAS drives. If I had the money I would get these in a heartbeat. I haven't seen them lower than $130/drive in a long time
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These or shuck the 4tb WD drives from the other deal?
Or double you mean the frontpage deal which also seems to have drives without sata connections?
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I ordered this as well as the new Synology 918+ which is supposed to be coming out tomorrow, however, I noticed they are not on Synology's compatibility list. Do you guys think they will still work or should I go with the Seagate Ironwolf's instead? $60 more for 4 drives, which spin at 5900 instead of 7200.
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Awesome find! Been waiting for these or the Reds to get down to $25 per 1 tb for some time now. Didn't want to take the risk on the easystores... I'm not a lucky man.
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Keep in mind, most NAS drives are ~5400 RPM. These are 7200 RPM. Increased heat, but should perform better than WD Reds. Seems like a solid deal to me.
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