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$123.29 Amazon WD Red Pro 4TB NAS Internal Hard Drive - 7200 RPM Class, SATA 6 Gb/s, 256 MB Cache, 3.5" - WD4003FFBX

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Amazon Link: Amazon Link [amazon.com] - In stock Oct. 21

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Good price, relatively. However NAS units are not cheap so I'm guessing people aren't too keen on giving up a bay for just 4TB.

If you have a 4 bay unit (~$400) and 4 of these drives you'll be paying ~$900 for 12TB of RAID 5 storage. Might be worth it to some, but not for me.
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For those interested, the 4TB Red (not Red Pro) are $99 at Amazon. Same link just select Red vs Pro.

The main differences are:
Red: 5400 rpm and 3yr warranty
Red Pros: 7200 rpm and 5yr warranty
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For those interested, the 4TB Red (not Red Pro) are $99 at Amazon. Same link just select Red vs Pro.

The main differences are:
Red: 5400 rpm and 3yr warranty
Red Pros: 7200 rpm and 5yr warranty
That's regular price lately
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Can anyone comment on these vs SEAGATE IronWolf Pro?
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Can anyone comment on these vs SEAGATE IronWolf Pro?
I'm interested on Seagate as well, looking for someone had experience on both to chime in.
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So I had this drive for about a month, but I used it as a desktop drive instead of a NAS drive. Just keep in mind if you plan to do the same that it's noticeably loud even with headphones in. I ended up returning it and getting a WD blue 4TB.
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I have 4 of the 3TB Western digital reds 5400 rpms. SO not this exact drive. They were all pulls from a server bank so (Refurbished). All of them had hours on them already. But I've had them all spinning for the past 6 years pretty much 24/7 without any hiccups. I cant speak for these exact drive, but i wouldn't hesitate to buy them at all.
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I have a QNAP Server with 4 of this drive installed:
WD Red 5TB NAS Hard Disk Drive - 5400 RPM Class SATA 6 Gb/s 64MB Cache 3.5 Inch - WD50EFRX.

One of the the drive is bad. Can I use this one as a replacement? TIA
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I have a QNAP Server with 4 of this drive installed:
WD Red 5TB NAS Hard Disk Drive - 5400 RPM Class SATA 6 Gb/s 64MB Cache 3.5 Inch - WD50EFRX.

One of the the drive is bad. Can I use this one as a replacement? TIA
Negative, the capacity is smaller than what you currently have.
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TU if you want the warranty but keep in mind you can shucc the 8tb Elements/Easystore and get double the capacity for the same price when on sale.

Source: I have five white label 10TB drives.
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This is a great drive for the "homework" directory that keeps on growing.
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Negative, the capacity is smaller than what you currently have.
If I order the 6gb RED, it should work then. They don't have the 5gb anymore.
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For shuckers, THIS [officedepot.com] seems like a good deal for a 4GB NAS drive,
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