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HGST Ultrastar 3TB 64MB 7K4000 HUS724030ALE641 (0F17731) - Refurbished $59.99 FREE Shipping

dealhunter07 113 80 October 11, 2016 at 04:27 PM in 3.5" Hard Drives (8)
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Last Edited by wuzzy October 12, 2016 at 08:53 AM
HGST Ultrastar 3TB 64MB 7K4000 HUS724030ALE641 (0F17731) Refurbished
  • 3TB capacity
  • Buffer: 64MB Cache
  • Rotation Speed: 7200RPM
  • Interface: SATA III 6.0Gb/s
  • Enterprise-class reliability , 24/7- Works for PC/Mac,Server, RAID, NAS, CCTV DVR


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#2
Refurbished and hard drive are 2 things that should never go together.
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Quote from Jebusfreek666 View Post :
Refurbished and hard drive are 2 things that should never go together.
If you can get verified usage hours then they are good buys. I have a refurbished 3tb running in my server right now.
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#4
Just bought new 4TB HGST drive from Fry's for $89. $60 is not low enough for used 3TB.
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#5
Sold out.
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#6
Used 2TB HGST Ultrastars were selling for $30...so at more than twice the cost for 1 extra TB, this is a pretty bad deal. This is also assuming you aren't comparing this to new drives, which is a different debate.
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#7
True, although these were an updated model that is somewhat faster and runs on less power. Plus, you can't find the 2TB models for $30 any more. (I managed to get two when they were.) The cheapest you can find them for is around $45. They may be used, but they're very highly rated and reliable Enterprise models. But they're sold out now, so it's a moot point. If they came back in stock, I'd strongly consider buying one.
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I bought half a dozen of those 2tbs too...they're doing great so far. I'm still cautious about using them for important data, so i'm using them for data that I don't mind losing. They do run a bit warmer - about 1-2 degrees compared to my other 7200rpm drives and something like 4-6 degrees compared to my 5400rpm drives.

I think we'll see that $30 price again at least once between now and black friday. It seems like there is still have a decent amount of 2tb stock left.
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