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1TB Western Digital Blue 3.5" 7200RPM Desktop Hard Disk Drive EXPIRED

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Computers.Woot.com has 1TB Western Digital Blue 3.5" 7200RPM Desktop Hard Disk Drive (WD10EZEX) for $24.99. Shipping is free for Amazon Prime Members (must login with your Amazon account) or is otherwise $6 per order.

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WD blue 7200rpm 1TB
picked one up for a backup drive.

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It's 2021. I'd hope not, my dude. An OS should be on a sata SSD at minimum.
Curious why the downvote. $25 for a 1TB Drive from a KNOWN brand? I mean it's not the best drive, but for $25 it'd be great for temporary storage or something.
It's not about the price per TB, it's about the price.

If you have a 240gb SSD and want a drive for running backups to and maybe a few large files/games on it but aren't a heavy user, $25 is as cheap as you can get. If you pay $70 and get a 4TB drive... Well you just paid $70 and if you're a light user as described, you just paid $70 and aren't getting really any advantage over the 1TB if you don't use the space.

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Curious why the downvote. $25 for a 1TB Drive from a KNOWN brand? I mean it's not the best drive, but for $25 it'd be great for temporary storage or something.
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Grabbing one for secondary for desktop.
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It's 3.5" I assumed it'd be a laptop drive with that kind of capacity.
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these are old / used drives?
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no indication of used/refurb
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Condition says new!!!
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3tb isn't good for OS drive? I think people buy this to use as OS drive.
It's 2021. I'd hope not, my dude. An OS should be on a sata SSD at minimum.
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WD has been having troubles with this drive. WD is selling the 2.tb for $46.99 on Amazon
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