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These drives are specifically design for NAS system w/ up to 8 bays (small/home office NAs systems in a 24x7 environment). Supports up to 180TB/yr workload rate. Includes 3-Years limited warranty w/ purchase. Offer valid through September 19, 2020 or while promotion last - Discombobulated

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These have been about 90-100 each for a while.
I've moved away from buying red drives. First there's the SMR fiasco. And then when you consider you can buy externals for so much cheaper $/TB and shuck them, I'm now buying those and using drive monitoring software to monitor the health of my drives.

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good deal on NAS box drives.
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These have been about 90-100 each for a while.
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As much as i hate newegg, this price is hard to pass..
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Looking for somebody who needs 2, I'll take 2 others
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I've moved away from buying red drives. First there's the SMR fiasco. And then when you consider you can buy externals for so much cheaper $/TB and shuck them, I'm now buying those and using drive monitoring software to monitor the health of my drives.
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Looking for somebody who needs 2, I'll take 2 others
They also have a combo offer for 2x 6TB for $260
https://www.newegg.com/Product/Co...bo.4093502
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I've moved away from buying red drives. First there's the SMR fiasco. And then when you consider you can buy externals for so much cheaper $/TB and shuck them, I'm now buying those and using drive monitoring software to monitor the health of my drives.
Which external drives would you consider for 4tb - 8tb?
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Which external drives would you consider for 4tb - 8tb?
Western digital and seagate are the typical recommendations. Look for drives in the range of $14 - $15 per TB.

There's a staples deal for an 8TB for $110 right now if I'm not mistaken here on SD.
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They also have a combo offer for 2x 6TB for $260
https://www.newegg.com/Product/Co...bo.4093502
That seems better to me. $370 is a lot to spend to only be walking away with 4TB drives. They're probably clearing them out as 12TB-20TB drives are replacing the 8TB-10TB for mainstream.
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I've moved away from buying red drives. First there's the SMR fiasco. And then when you consider you can buy externals for so much cheaper $/TB and shuck them, I'm now buying those and using drive monitoring software to monitor the health of my drives.
but when you shuck them, are they reds or whites?
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At 2.3¢/GB, you should probably only get these if you are trying to extend an existing array or pick up a few spares. Most people are picking up 8+ TB drives at this point, especially considering the cost of the box you are dropping them in, or the cost in both power and heat to run each drive, when you can find those larger capacities for more like 1.6¢/GB.
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These appear to be the CMR model 4TB WD Red NAS WD40EFRX (CMR)

https://www.extremetech.com/compu...-customers
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but when you shuck them, are they reds or whites?
The 8TB and up are server hardware, with the server firmware disabled (so no fancy nas codes etc that noone outside of enterprise can even use).
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