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Newegg 4 x Seagate IronWolf 10TB NAS Hard Drive 7200 RPM 256MB Cache SATA 6.0Gb/s 3.5" Internal Hard Drive ST10000VN0004 $1,177

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Pretty good deal if you need a LOT of space. 4x 10TB Iron Wolf drives.

https://www.newegg.com/Product/Co...bo.3683510

This combo is $1,177, or $294 per drive. $80 combo discount

Not sure about shipping as I have free ShopRunner shipping.

Haven't posted a deal in a while, so let me know if I screwed something up.
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For most home users using this as mostly cold archival storage for personal use, shucking 8TB reds at $140 a pop is going to be a much better value.

5 drives would be $700 vs 4 of these at $1200.
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Just under $30/tb for those that don't want to math.
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For most home users using this as mostly cold archival storage for personal use, shucking 8TB reds at $140 a pop is going to be a much better value.

5 drives would be $700 vs 4 of these at $1200.
Yes, thanks for doing the math.

This is a slick deal if you NEEEEED 10TB drives.


If you just want to get a good deal on 40TB total, there's better deals using 8TB drives.
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Yes, thanks for doing the math.
If its anywhere close to the same price, always go for the bigger drive IMO as its better to have fewer bigger drives.

But the price delta is massive in this case, so I wouldn't do the 10TBs for home use anyway at per TB cost of $17.50 for 8s vs $30 for 10s.
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For most home users using this as mostly cold archival storage for personal use, shucking 8TB reds at $140 a pop is going to be a much better value.

5 drives would be $700 vs 4 of these at $1200.
And if you only have 4 bays, 4 ports? Density.
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And if you only have 4 bays, 4 ports? Density.
I have that exact situation, as I have old Dell T20s, that can only take four 3.5" drives. Just don't shuck the additional drives and leave them in the USB3 enclosure. USB3 read performance is fast enough, so I have four internal 8TBs, and a 8TB sitting on top.

Its actually more practical that way anyway, as then I have one drive I can grab and go with when needed.
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Interesting. Now I am thinking about an investment for some of the data storage cryptos
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Despite the massive price difference you may end up saving money in the long run. I have a system that can only take for 3.5 inch hard drives. I started with 4 4 terabytes, moved to 4 6 terabytes, and now I am once again running out of space. It would have been cheaper over the long run to just buy the biggest available during the first purchase.
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Not too bad. For reference, I bought 4 of these during Black Friday for 1,076 ($269/drive, or $27 per TB). I only have 4 bays available in in my NAS...
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Just curious, why does one need so much storage.
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Just curious, why does one need so much storage.
If you're a videographer doing multiple shoots a week with multiple cameras doing a minimum of 4k resolution (if not 6k or 8k): that space is eaten up faaaaast.
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Just curious, why does one need so much storage.
  • Video backup since I was 4 yrs old. I'm now over 40.
  • Photo backup of great great grandparents and children
  • Backup array for 6 PC's at home
  • File server for all 6 PC's
  • Movie backups
  • Server backups running offsite
  • Home web server
  • Owncloud server
  • RSS News aggregator
  • Torrent Server
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For most home users using this as mostly cold archival storage for personal use, shucking 8TB reds at $140 a pop is going to be a much better value.

5 drives would be $700 vs 4 of these at $1200.
Where can I find an external drive with a WD Red for $140? The cheapest that I can find an 8TB Easystore is $169. The WD Duo is $320 which makes the Reds $160 each.

I would be very happy to find the 8TB Red for $140.

Thanks!!
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sick , not slick
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