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Seagate Exos 16TB Enterprise HDD X18 SATA 6Gb/s 512e/4Kn 7200 RPM 256MB Cache 3.5" Internal Hard Drive (ST16000NM000J) $289.99

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17% one star reviews...apparently a lot of DOA
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Quote from TealWriter9822 :
17% one star reviews...apparently a lot of DOA
I actually bought this same drive from a different retailer. It was DOA. Returned it and bought something else.
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The one and only Seagate drive I have ever bought was DOA when I received it. The first time I fired it up a small puff of black smoke rose up from the PCB. Never again.
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I have a seagate barracuda. 4 years of light service, now dead. I expected much more. I have Western digital drives going on 15 years.
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lol i love every hard drive thread people being like, "i had [x] brand drive die on me" cool story bro, so has everyone else, but another brand

back on topic though, OOOOBVIOUSLY gotta wait for these bad boys now https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2...rver-ssds/
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The 14TB size is a much better price point. I am seeing sellers offering for $200-210.
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I got two refurbished from Amazon for $240/ea and they've worked flawlessly. Great drives.
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I see many people bashing on Seagate Exo drives. My experience comes in differently. Ive had multiple Exos and they arrived in perfect condition. It's been over 2 years now and still no issue. I am loving it. I've had WD before and it was a nightmare.
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The 14TB size is a much better price point. I am seeing sellers offering for $200-210.
Exactly. You are paying $90 for an additional 2TB. Not worth it at all IMO.
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I'm waiting for the 16TB WD Golds to go on sale again! haHaHA
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Bought the 16TB drives because the 14TBs were more than the 16s when I first bought them. No issues with Amazon purchase however the x18 had warranty issues but the x14 was fine.
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I'm waiting for the 16TB WD Golds to go on sale again! haHaHA
IKR, I had them in my shopping cart and was just gonna wait a few days then sales ended. LMAOLMAOLMAOLMAOLMAO
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My son has this HDD.
I can hear him access it from outside his door.
It's that loud.
Luckily, he just archives his game data and school work to it.
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The 14TB size is a much better price point. I am seeing sellers offering for $200-210.
Link?
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