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10TB WD Red Plus 3.5" NAS 5400 RPM Internal Hard Drive EXPIRED

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Newegg.com has 10TB WD Red Plus 3.5" NAS 5400 RPM Internal Hard Drive (WD101EFAX) on sale for $199.99 when you follow instructions below. Shipping is free.

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  1. Click here for 10TB WD Red Plus 3.5" NAS 5400 RPM Internal Hard Drive (WD101EFAX)
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  4. Your total will be $199.99 + Free Shipping.
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  • The 10TB capacity offers plenty of room for large files, while the 3.5-inch form factor occupies minimal desk space. This Western Digital Red Plus hard drive features a rotational speed of up to 5400 rpm and a 256MB cache for swift data transfer.

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  • Offer is valid through Friday March 26, 2021 or while supplies lasts.
  • Our research indicates 10TB WD Red Plus 3.5" NAS 5400 RPM Internal Hard Drive is $80 less (28.57% Savings) than the next best price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $280.
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  • Includes 3-Year Warranty.
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Last Edited by WingsOfF March 25, 2021 at 07:52 PM
Article about this WD101EFAX model being 7200 rpm instead of 5400 rpm:
https://www.tomshardware.com/news...el-numbers


Subsequent to the above news, the official data sheet has been updated for these models and can be found at:

https://documents.westerndigital....us-hdd.pdf

It is a 7200 rpm drive. WD lied earlier in literature and SMART data. Admitted in footnote 9 for this model in the above data sheet.

Note:The acoustics on this 10TB is significantly worse than either the higher or lower capacity drives in this line up. It is a noisy drive for not much of a benefit over lower rpm drives. In case you are looking for silent drives and fine with lower RPM drives in your NAS.
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I've bought OEM wd reds that failed within the warranty period. WD replaced it, hassle free. Replacement shipping was slow, but it I think that's par for the course.
I received these only in boxes from Amazon on three separate occasions and never a plastic bag... I don't doubt that you had your experience but I can say that I did not have the same.

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good price?
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Anyone have experience with Newegg "OEM" drives? I'm wondering if the full 3yr warranty will be available on these
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Anyone have experience with Newegg "OEM" drives? I'm wondering if the full 3yr warranty will be available on these
I've bought OEM wd reds that failed within the warranty period. WD replaced it, hassle free. Replacement shipping was slow, but it I think that's par for the course.
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Newegg ships these in boxes. Amazon ships in a plastic bag. Trust me on that.
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good price?
Yeah; it's the same price of the 2 I've bought in July and October last year.
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I bought an 8TB Red Plus from Newegg over Christmas and when it arrived it was clicking pretty severely, the replacement did the same too, ended up getting a refund. I don't know whether it's WD's quality or Newegg's shipping but I don't hold much faith in this class of drives anymore, they seem to be the bottom of the barrel while Red Pro are a much higher quality (and granted a higher price too).
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Newegg ships these in boxes. Amazon ships in a plastic bag. Trust me on that.
I can second both of these! How... HOW someone decided it was ok to put my HDD in a soft bubble shipping envelope was beyond my comprehension. NE has gotten better about their HDD shipping, was long ago but I did get a HDD loose in a oversized box with just air cushion once....
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I bought an 8TB Red Plus from Newegg over Christmas and when it arrived it was clicking pretty severely, the replacement did the same too, ended up getting a refund. I don't know whether it's WD's quality or Newegg's shipping but I don't hold much faith in this class of drives anymore, they seem to be the bottom of the barrel while Red Plus are a much higher quality (and granted a higher price too).
The OP is a Red Plus. You had issues with Red Plus, but you say Red Plus are much higher quality. What's the deal?
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Bhvideo same price

https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/pr...s_cmr.html

Edit, I'm wrong I don't know what's wrong with me
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I can second both of these! How... HOW someone decided it was ok to put my HDD in a soft bubble shipping envelope was beyond my comprehension. NE has gotten better about their HDD shipping, was long ago but I did get a HDD loose in a oversized box with just air cushion once....
oh, did NE actually stop doing that? i stopped buying drives from them like a decade ago because loose drives with a single bag of air to keep it company, slamming around a box didn't seem great to me Wink
proving out the shock/vibration test i suppose...
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I can second both of these! How... HOW someone decided it was ok to put my HDD in a soft bubble shipping envelope was beyond my comprehension. NE has gotten better about their HDD shipping, was long ago but I did get a HDD loose in a oversized box with just air cushion once....
When I contacted Amazon and asked about the shipping method, they very politely told me to shove off.
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Yeah; it's the same price of the 2 I've bought in July and October last year.
When I picked it up in October 2020, it was $189. I think it was the same model.

https://slickdeals.net/f/14429237-10tb-wd-red-3-5-nas-5400-rpm-internal-hard-drive-189-free-shipping
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