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Seagate 8TB Backup Plus Hub - Costco $119.99

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Seagate Backup Plus Hub 8TB Desktop Hard Drive with Rescue Data Recovery Services
Model STEL8000401

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IDK why this is marked as expired. It shows as active to me.
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FYI, these are made in Thailand instead of Made in China... There are threads referring to the ones made in Thailand to have lower failure rate when compared to Made in China. Unforutnatelly, the warranty of these are unlike the past...
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FYI, these are made in Thailand instead of Made in China... There are threads referring to the ones made in Thailand to have lower failure rate when compared to Made in China. Unforutnatelly, the warranty of these are unlike the past...
whats the warranty on these
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whats the warranty on these
Unlike the past
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Costco & Seagate. Do they belong in the same sentence?
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Unlike the past
laugh out loudlaugh out loudlaugh out loud
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Unlike the past

says 2 year warranty

What's Included
Seagate® Backup Plus Hub drive
4-foot (1.2m) USB 3.0 cable
Seagate backup software3
Power adapter
Quick start guide
NTFS driver for Mac3
2-year limited warranty
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Isn't it "lifetime" Costco warranty?
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FYI, these are made in Thailand instead of Made in China... There are threads referring to the ones made in Thailand to have lower failure rate when compared to Made in China. Unforutnatelly, the warranty of these are unlike the past...
Where is the thread?
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How difficult is it to remove the drive?
What kind of HDD is it?
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How difficult is it to remove the drive?
What kind of HDD is it?
These are not like the WD EasyStore drives that people often shuck.
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still smr drives?
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still smr drives?
from what i can tell, yes still SMR, still useful depending on usage, good for WORM, not good for constant random write usage unless you are using it in tiered storage

lots of documentation on how it behaves on the unraid forums so its good if your usage matches the way it behaves
https://forums.unraid.net/topic/3...in-unraid/
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from what i can tell, yes still SMR, still useful depending on usage, good for WORM, not good for constant random write usage unless you are using it in tiered storage

lots of documentation on how it behaves on the unraid forums so its good if your usage matches the way it behaves
https://forums.unraid.net/topic/3...in-unraid/
So would these be good in a RAID setup?
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