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Combo: (2x) Seagate IronWolf 4TB 5900 RPM 64MB Cache SATA 6.0Gb/s 3.5 inch Internal NAS Hard Drive $180

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Sorry but what do you mean? The deal is still there and these are new
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OMG, this is so cheap that if I were looking for new 4TB drives, i'd be willing to overlook that they were Seagate.
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OMG, this is so cheap that if I were looking for new 4TB drives, i'd be willing to overlook that they were Seagate.
They are cheap for a reason...Lackluster specs, and numerous reports of failed drives. Unless you need something right this moment, or just don't care to have a better drive, you should probably hold off IMO
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They are cheap for a reason...Lackluster specs, and numerous reports of failed drives. Unless you need something right this moment, or just don't care to have a better drive, you should probably hold off IMO
Even the IronWolf line?
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Even the IronWolf line?
I have 4 6tb drives in my nas on 24x7. No issues for the past 2 years. I would say go for it
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How do these compare to the WD Red that hovers around $90-100 per 4TB drive?
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With the smaller cache and being a NAS drive, would there be any issues using this as extra PC storage for media but specifically games which im concerned about. Both install read write and in game loading performance. Also, is the boost to 5900RPM from the standard 5400 noticeable? Regardless, there isn't any 7200rpm 4TB HDD I could find near this price except the Toshiba one on sale on Amazon but lots of reviews of drive failure (yes, more than Seagate).
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With the smaller cache and being a NAS drive, would there be any issues using this as extra PC storage for media but specifically games which im concerned about. Both install read write and in game loading performance. Also, is the boost to 5900RPM from the standard 5400 noticeable? Regardless, there isn't any 7200rpm 4TB HDD I could find near this price except the Toshiba one on sale on Amazon but lots of reviews of drive failure (yes, more than Seagate).
for gaming i would go with an SSD over a mechanical drive.
To elaborate, keep the media separate on a mechanical drive like this and get an SSD for games.
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for gaming i would go with an SSD over a mechanical drive.
To elaborate, keep the media separate on a mechanical drive like this and get an SSD for games.
Thanks! I have a 1TB Evo for everything + all my games I play frequently or even once in a while. I have tons of other files media and large (50+ GB) games on my 7200 HDDs. (1TB and 2TB Barracudas)
Most of the HDD Space is games and movies so looks like a good fit for the price.
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5900 rpm pass
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