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I believe he's saying you could get a 12TB EasyStore at the price of one of these Seagate HDDs, so it's 24TB v/s 16TB. I could be wrong but that's what I understood it as.
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So you paid a dollar less? Or did you really get two of these for $184?
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The reason people are mentioning WD Easystores is because it is implied (and very widely known) that folks are shucking them and using those drives in their NAS in the same way somebody might use one of these Seagate drives. To see you suggest it makes "no sense whatsoever" means that other folks reading this might want to strongly consider the value of your thoughts on this subject, especially if you've never had a HDD fail on you (either a lack of experience or you should go buy a lotto ticket right now!)
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The is an awesome deal, considering that Segate 8TB enterprise HDDs usually go for about $250-$300 individually
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The is an awesome deal, considering that Segate 8TB enterprise HDDs usually go for about $250-$300 individually
But is it really when you can get a 12 TB Easystore for the same price?
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This is not a good deal. I got my 8tb ironwolfs for 184 at microcenter earlier this spring and two more for 189 each late summer.
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This is not a good deal. I got my 8tb ironwolfs for 184 at microcenter earlier this spring and two more for 189 each late summer.
So you paid a dollar less? Or did you really get two of these for $184?
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So you paid a dollar less? Or did you really get two of these for $184?
I think he is saying this is an everyday kind of price, nothing special.
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I bought 4 at 184 and 2 at 189. These have been bouncing 189 since late summer on amazon. I would wait, I suspect they're drop sometime black friday to the new year
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I think he is saying this is an everyday kind of price, nothing special.
OK. Although the current sale price at Microcenter is $200 ea, and the regular price there is $225.

I guess he's just telling us he didn't get a good deal.
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I've been holding out for WD Red 8TB drives.. are these better?
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12TB vs 16TB, I think it's fairly obvious. Unless there's a disadvantage to using 2 HDDs over 1? Could someone clarify?
I believe he's saying you could get a 12TB EasyStore at the price of one of these Seagate HDDs, so it's 24TB v/s 16TB. I could be wrong but that's what I understood it as.
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If you have a 4 bay NAS you can get 4 x 4TB Ironwolf for Raid 10 for $396. Just ordered these for an install. Provides higher performance than Raid 1 with the same 8Tb usable.
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If you have a 4 bay NAS you can get 4 x 4TB Ironwolf for Raid 10 for $396. Just ordered these for an install. Provides higher performance than Raid 1 with the same 8Tb usable.
Where do you get that deal?
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12TB vs 16TB, I think it's fairly obvious. Unless there's a disadvantage to using 2 HDDs over 1? Could someone clarify?
Main disadvantage to two hard drives is that you increase the risk of having a drive fail. This is mitigated by RAID setups that either mirror the drives or use parity to create redundancy.
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