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2 x WD Red 4TB NAS HDD - WD40EFRX - $208 @ Newegg after $25 off w. MP checkout

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2 x WD Red 4TB NAS Hard Disk Drive - 5400 RPM Class SATA 6Gb/s 64MB Cache 3.5 Inch - WD40EFRX
for $232.99 ($16.99 off regular price)
less $25 MasterPass checkout coupon MPBTC18 ($25 off $200+)

= $207.99

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FYI, same pricing (1 for $104) is also available on WD's student store.
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It's an ok deal, but not great. Fry's had the HGST 4TB NAS drives on sale for 99.99 each a few times in the last month, which you could get for even less with Google Express coupons. The fact that you have to buy 2 here and still won't be under 100 for one makes the deal a little less slick.
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Better off getting an 8tb external and shucking the case
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Better off getting an 8tb external and shucking the case
I was surprised at how easy it was. You can even reuse the enclosure for something else if you wanted to. And I'm pretty sure you still have warranty on the shucked drive.
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I was surprised at how easy it was. You can even reuse the enclosure for something else if you wanted to. And I'm pretty sure you still have warranty on the shucked drive.
Agreed! Yeah makes this seem like not much of a deal
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Better off getting an 8tb external and shucking the case
Wouldn't that come with a standard drive? Not a RED drive?
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Wouldn't that come with a standard drive? Not a RED drive?
Bunch of posts about this previously. Many of the WD enclosures have Red Drives inside. There is a method for identifying before you buy as well. I picked mine up at Best Buy and they were Red drives inside.
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Bunch of posts about this previously. Many of the WD enclosures have Red Drives inside. There is a method for identifying before you buy as well. I picked mine up at Best Buy and they were Red drives inside.
Wow..no kidding...very cool. Thanks
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I was surprised at how easy it was. You can even reuse the enclosure for something else if you wanted to. And I'm pretty sure you still have warranty on the shucked drive.
Call the manufacturer and ask them. I know what they will say and you're wrong.
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Bunch of posts about this previously. Many of the WD enclosures have Red Drives inside. There is a method for identifying before you buy as well. I picked mine up at Best Buy and they were Red drives inside.
Can you please point to one such post?
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Nice price I guess. Currently have a non NAS drive in an euclosure for my media though am going to need more space. Kinda tempting though wish it was for an 8GB on sale instead of 2 4TB though likely just getting a second enclosure and splitting my media up would be a betetr idea anyways.
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Not that good price. Wish it down little more.
Missed some great deals on 4TB HDD
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Call the manufacturer and ask them. I know what they will say and you're wrong.
Actually, you are incorrect. They are still bound by the Magnuson Moss Warranty Act and would have to prove that your removing the drive from it's enclosure caused the failure of your drive. It is the same reason that you can modify your car from stock or add or remove components from a pre-built computer without completely voiding the warranty.

Worst case, to make it easier on yourself, keep the enclosure and re-install it if you have to send it back for a warranty issue.
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Bunch of posts about this previously. Many of the WD enclosures have Red Drives inside. There is a method for identifying before you buy as well. I picked mine up at Best Buy and they were Red drives inside.
what model was that and when did you buy them? this year or last year? I am seeing many posts from 2017 where people found reds inside. Now its white label.
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