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5TB Toshiba X300 7200RPM 3.5" Desktop Hard Drive $100 AC @Newegg

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This is an awesome deal. Came out to be $105 after taxes and free shipping. I've had at least 10 Toshiba hard drives (retail box) over the years, and never had a bad one. This drive has 2 yrs warranty, so buy it with AMEX, then you'll get 2 extra yrs! Smilie
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Which would be better for photo and game storage/ use. This drive or the Seagate Barracuda 3TB 7200 RPM drive for $60 that newegg had the other day?
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I've since moved on to 8TB and 10TB drives but it's worth noting that this was the same price 2-3 years ago as well. The drives run hot and loud and have since then been replaced.
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The driver's performance is excellent. However, the noise makes me crazy specially during night time.
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This is hard to believe after growing up with 1.2MB 5.25" floppy drives.
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Good deal paid $125 6 months ago
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Why would anyone pay $100 for 5TB of storage when you can upgrade your iPhone 11 from an already massive 64gb to an insane 128gb for only $50.
A TB is 1000 GB,,
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Is this a good price because of the quality of the drive? I'm confused because there are plenty of shuckable 8TB drives that go on sale for like $120
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Sale ends on 9/23/19 (Monday).
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A TB is 1000 GB,,
That was sarcasm.
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I bought seven of these a few years ago from Microcenter, as they were the best "bang for your buck" drives at the time. Out of those seven, five of them died within a year and a half. It almost became a game to see which drive would fail next in the list. I would love to say it was just a bad batch, but those five were bought over the course of about 4 months so it would be highly unlikely. All I am saying is 5TB is a LOT of data to lose when a drive fails, and this exact drive is why I will never buy Toshiba drives again.
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Why would anyone pay $100 for 5TB of storage when you can upgrade your iPhone 11 from an already massive 64gb to an insane 128gb for only $50.
You good?
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I've since moved on to 8TB and 10TB drives but it's worth noting that this was the same price 2-3 years ago as well. The drives run hot and loud and have since then been replaced.
Yes, very loud. I just had to pull the only toshiba I had in my rig due to its noise.
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