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Best Buy has 14TB WD Easystore External USB 3.0 Hard Drive (WDBAMA0140HBK-NESN) on sale for $189.99. Select free store where stock permits. Thanks silentalarm

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Last Edited by wbs3333 November 2, 2020 at 09:56 AM
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Mine says 12.7 to. is that normal for a 14tb drive after formated?

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1TB = 1,000,000,000,000 bytes (terabyte = 1000^4)
1TiB = 1,099,511,627,776 bytes (tebibyte = 1024^4)
1TB/1TiB = 0.9095 tebibytes per terabyte
14TB * 0.9095 = 12.73 TiB

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Windows, however, sticks to the 1024 rule, which means it sees a 250GB hard drive as 232GB, and a 1TB drive as 931GB.This explains why hard drives appear to have a lower capacity than advertised.A 1TB hard drive has the capacity to store 1,000,000,000,000 bytes. Divide this by 1024 and you get 976,562,500KB. Divide by 1024 again and you get 953,674.3MB. Finally, divide by 1024 to get gigabytes and you end up with 931.32GB and so similar way you can calculate the process of 1 MB and 1024kb.

You can also use CrystalDiskInfo to confirm the disk model and capacity.


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SHR always uses one drive with the largest capacity for parity, so putting one 14TB in won't get you anything more than what the Synology has now. You will want to buy at least two 14TB drives. Replace one drive, wait for SHR to rebuild, then repeat with the other new drive. You will end up with 2TB more than current. If you were to replace all four 12TB drives, you would end up with 6TB more than current.
The golden question, what's inside?

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Purchases made October 13, 2020 through January 2, 2021 have an extended return period through January 16, 2021
These won't get lower. BB does this every year, they offer the BF pricing a few weeks ahead of BF and then again at BF. I buy their BF special drives every year and upgrade both my servers and sell off the drives from the year before. It's the exact same scenario every time. This year it's the 14TB. Last year was the 12TB, 10 before that and 8 before that.

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The golden question, what's inside?

Extended returns in effect if you're on the fence.


Purchases made October 13, 2020 through January 2, 2021 have an extended return period through January 16, 2021
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This is the lowest the 14TB easystore has ever been. For all of you waiting for the $200 deal, enjoy the extra cash in your pocket and happy shucking!
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BestBuy.com [bestbuy.com] has the WD - Easystore 14TB External USB 3.0 Hard Drive for $189.99. Shipping is free.
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This is an awesome drive.... I picked this up last year for same price, just don't recall where from. Runs like a champ
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The golden question, what's inside?
Most likely the W140EDFZ. I purchased this SKU a few weeks ago and that what was inside. No more W140EMFZ's it seems like with the new SKU replacement.
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Finally, nice one
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Is this the highest TB? Or is there a 16TB HD from WD?
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