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WD Red Plus 8TB NAS Hard Disk Drive $179.99 at Newegg

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Newegg [newegg.com] has the WD Red Plus 8TB NAS Hard Disk Drive for $179.99 w/ promo code 93XSK35. Shipping is free.

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    • Brand - WD
    • Series - Red Plus
    • Model - WD80EFBX
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    • Interface - SATA 6.0Gb/s
    • Capacity - 8TB
    • NAND Flash Memory Type - Hard Drive
    • Recording Technology - CMR
    • RPM - 7200 RPM
    • Cache - 256MB
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$22.50 / TB ... in for one (also b/c it probably won't take the code for more?)
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Anyone have a good recommendation for a basic NAS device? Only need it for streaming hd quality content and music from Plex
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You know it's a NAS drive, right? Super slow is you're using just one, stand-alone, in a PC. (don't ask me how I know this!)
Slow compared to what? I wouldn't use any HDD as a boot drive but the NAS destination means nothing speed wise in terms of mass storage drives.
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How's this compare to black feiday
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I just bought 3 to replace my 6tb in my NAS. In 2018 I got 6tb for $190. These are faster, bigger and cheaper. Thank you!!!
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I just bought 3 to replace my 6tb in my NAS. In 2018 I got 6tb for $190. These are faster, bigger and cheaper. Thank you!!!
You can get up to 3 with the promo code in the same purchase
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Just a heads up the EFBX is noticeably louder than the EFAX it replaced in my experience.
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Slow compared to what? I wouldn't use any HDD as a boot drive but the NAS destination means nothing speed wise in terms of mass storage drives.
Compared to a desktop or server drive, like a WD Blue.
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Anyone have a good recommendation for a basic NAS device? Only need it for streaming hd quality content and music from Plex
I use an old i7 desktop and unraid. OpenMediaVault and Truenas are decent FOSS alternatives.
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$22.50 / TB ... in for one (also b/c it probably won't take the code for more?)
$22.50 is quite a mediocre price per gb.
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How's this compare to black feiday
I paid $131.75 on BF with Newegg for this same drive
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I use an old i7 desktop and unraid. OpenMediaVault and Truenas are decent FOSS alternatives.
Same here. I use unraid now, an i5 10th gen rtx 2060 gateway laptop and a few external docking stations for my extra HDDs storage. Beside for temps of my internal cache drive when writing I couldn't be happier.

If you're interested in unraid(the pro version does cost money though) Spaceinvader One and JuanMTech on YouTube provide some great step by step guides for different projects or setup.
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Over $20/GB for a NAS drive isn't slick, sorry. Had to downvote.
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