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Newegg: 10TB Western digital Gold Hard Drive $329.99

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Newegg has WD Gold 10TB on sale for $329.99. This hard drive is built for heavy workloads from Data centers, but works great for desktop applications such as Games, CAD or anything else you need to store!
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Amazon price matched them, but it ships in 2 - 5 weeks:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...PDKIKX0DER
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That's a lot of...rehashed jokes
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Considering 8 TB reds have been had for $130 each (I know they're a different level)...hard to swallow.
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Considering 8 TB reds have been had for $130 each (I know they're a different level)...hard to swallow.
Got a link? I've been watching drives to upgrade my NAS and have not seen any such deal.
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Got a link? I've been watching drives to upgrade my NAS and have not seen any such deal.
Search Best Buy 8TB Easystore on SD. You'll find alot of people "shucking" these external drives out for their NAS or whatever. WD Reds for the LOW!
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Don't forget to use the $25 off $200 Masterpass.
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..hard to swallow.
that's what she said.

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I don't understand TB. How many cat pictures can this store? More than 100?
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I don't understand TB. How many cat pictures can this store? More than 100?
Assuming that the avg size photo is 500K, then a 10TB HD will hold around 20 million photos
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Don't forget to use the $25 off $200 Masterpass.
did not see that, when i ordered that had a 5% off mobile ordering, i did not include that in the price because it was per email user so not everyone got the deal.

Also i have never see 8TB WD Red drives for $130 or even close, and dont take HDD out of the enclosures that Voids the warranty and normal those drives and like WD greens (the cheapest WD drives and slow)
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Also i have never see 8TB WD Red drives for $130 or even close, and dont take HDD out of the enclosures that Voids the warranty and normal those drives and like WD greens (the cheapest WD drives and slow)
It was a pre-Black Friday sale that appeared overnight and sold out by 7am ET one day. They will probably repeat it for BF or CM, though, as they've started stocking this new model drive in store as well now. The 8TB WD enclosures always contain Reds (sometimes with a white label) because WD does not make a green/blue or archive drive in 8TB.

Voiding your warranty is a non-issue for many people. I do thorough testing before removing a drive so if I need to return it doesn't have my data on it yet. I would never make a warranty claim on a drive that had any personal information on it (passwords, credit card info, financial data, photos, browser profiles/history, etc, etc), which means pretty much any drive as soon as I've copied or written anything to it. If you don't care where your data ends up after they refurbish the drive and just do a quick format, that's fine. To me, it's not worth the risk, in exchange for whatever refurbished drive they'll send me as a replacement.

This is a good deal for someone wanting an enterprise level drive, but most would be better suited with something else. Thanks for posting!
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A reminder that all 8TB and 10TB WD drives are HGST Helium drives. There may be performance differences due to rpm difference or cache size, but reliability should be nearly identical unless one of the factories(Thailand vs China) suck more than the other. Smilie
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