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Seagate 16TB HDD Exos X16 7200 SATA 6Gb/s 256MB Cache 3.5-Inch Hard Drive (Renewed) from Tech on Tech via Amazon, Prime shipping

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Tech on Tech via Amazon has the Seagate 16TB HDD Exos X16 7200 RPM 512e/4Kn SATA 6Gb/s 256MB Cache 3.5-Inch Enterprise Hard Drive (ST16000NM001G) (Renewed) sold for $175 shipped via Prime.

Yes, these are renewed and from third party. But at $175 per 16TB I think is the lowest I've seen in the last couple of years.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08JYQK...yp_imgToDp

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At this price, buy two and run Seatools on them, then load them into your RAID setup. If you're not happy with the Seatools results, just send it back Smilie
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At this price, buy two and run Seatools on them, then load them into your RAID setup. If you're not happy with the Seatools results, just send it back https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...lies/smile.gif
Actually I got 4 to load into my QNAP RAID. Shipped via Prime so super easy to return if any tests fail.
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no warranty? lots of failures in reviews
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no warranty? lots of failures in reviews
They may as well have a remaining warranty on them, depending on the age. I will check once I get them.

Out of curiosity checked the warranty on couple other drives I purchased in Renewed condition - all were still covered, until 2026 or 2024. Will see.
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Thanks OP. I got the 14TB instead for $150
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ServerPartDeals has the same drive for $179.99 (Manuf recertified) with a 2 year seller warranty. May be a better option for some wanting warranty.
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Did I hear prices might drop next year due to ssd prices becoming a lot more competitive?
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There are vendors with better warranty for recertified HD.
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Quote from sleepybubba :
They may as well have a remaining warranty on them, depending on the age. I will check once I get them.

Out of curiosity checked the warranty on couple other drives I purchased in Renewed condition - all were still covered, until 2026 or 2024. Will see.
I wonder if there will be any problems with Seagate honoring the warranty (if even needed). Still a good price though.
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There are vendors with better warranty for recertified HD.
Some examples are appreciated
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I wonder if there will be any problems with Seagate honoring the warranty (if even needed). Still a good price though.
Can't answer this as I have no experience claiming it. Though there could be warranty issues when you are removing the hard drive out of External USB drives as well.
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Did I hear prices might drop next year due to ssd prices becoming a lot more competitive?
Beyond the more obvious factors of supply chain disruptions, market destabilizations, etc.; newer tech upgrading current NVME is also in question, so hedging your bets on more affordable SATA SSD's might be subject to these same conditions.

I still have a couple of Seagate Barracuda's at 7,200rpm that perform flawlessly; so if you do decide to bite on a deal like this, look for a decent return/warranty policy.
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It says a 2 year warranty for the 14TB. However, I don't see that for the 16TB
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