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Newegg: Refurb HGST Ultrastar 7K6000 HUS726040ALE610 (0F23005) 4TB 7200 RPM 128MB Cache SATA 6.0Gb/s 3.5" Enterprise Hard Drive Bare Drive $60 FREE S&H

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In stock. Limit 20 per customer. Ships from United States. Most customers receive within 2-8 days.

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I have probably bought a dozen refurbished Hitachi drives in the last couple years, I've only had one show up DOA and it was immediately replaced. Besides that I've never had any issues with any of them
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This good for using as a backup that writes daily? Ideally in need of 8tbs
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$2 cheaper than directly off their website due to tax on Newegg.

Anybody know if their warranty is the same when buying through Newegg? On their website, they include a 3-year warranty, but it doesn't mention a warranty on Newegg.
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are these old data center drives
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Crap need 21 of them. No deal.
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these drives have 90 day warranty from goharddrive.
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Eh. A few years ago $15/TB for used 3TB Ultrastar drives was still a good deal. Now... not so much. Saving just $10 off regular $70 price. I'd pass unless you really need one right now. Especially if it means buying from GoHardDrive. I don't see anything wrong with buying a used Enterprise class hard drive, but think the price could be better.
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these drives mostly from data centers, probably already run 3-40K hours( about 4-5 years) , could die anytime. however stil good deal if your data is not important . Good Luck!
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these drives mostly from data centers, probably already run 3-40K hours( about 4-5 years) , could die anytime. however stil good deal if your data is not important . Good Luck!
If your data is important you make backups, not hope your hard drives don't fail.
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I received mine today from the same deal from last week, 6000+ bad sectors...I have to now RMA during lock down...not buying it again
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Spend the $8-30 extra and just pick up a NEW 7K6000 on Ebay.

I got a brand new, sealed unit for $68 last month.
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Spend the $8-30 extra and just pick up a NEW 7K6000 on Ebay.

I got a brand new, sealed unit for $68 last month.
Were these New Old Stock drives? i saw them on ebay and the manufacture date was like 2011 or something but they were unused.
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Were these New Old Stock drives? i saw them on ebay and the manufacture date was like 2011 or something but they were unused.
Yes. Mine says Jan 2018 manf date.
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Same price on Amazon with 2 year warranty. Amazon Refurbished. I have a lot of the 3tb drives and while they are datacenter pulls they are quite reliable just do a full scan using WinDFT when it arrives. Its worth the wait. A lot of datacenters are converting to SSD if they have the money so some drives might not have as many hours as drives purchased a few years ago.
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