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Post #163971767 added 06-09-2023 9:26 AM by TenseShoe418 in Deal Talk
Still live?
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Post #163404674 added 05-10-2023 6:21 AM by WB_K in Deal Talk
I’m not sure. But I just bought a 4-bay hdd docking station and try to use seagate tools to detect bad sectors. I expect it to run a few days. I think that’s how we check for bad blocks?
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Post #163167950 added 04-27-2023 12:11 AM by sr71 in Deal Talk
WD Red is fine, "built for NAS" means it can handle 24x7 and tight enclosures so it exceeds typical 8hr duty cycle in desktops and has better vibration and power/heat specs nope those are...
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Post #163143593 added 04-25-2023 6:55 PM by PurpleSparrow675 in Deal Talk
Can you remove the internal hard drive? How is the longevity of this compared to WD Red Pro?
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Post #162720151 added 04-03-2023 11:54 PM by Toysoldier34 in Deal Talk
For anecdotal evidence on the other side of things, I have a Hitachi drive that is over 15 years old and 2 Seagate drives that are close to a decade old in my server that has run almost 24/7, aside...
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Post #162707569 added 04-03-2023 11:11 AM by wicked123 in Deal Talk
Same here. Seagate never again after I had a fail. If it ain't western digital or HGST, count me out.
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Post #162652621 added 03-31-2023 10:36 AM by zechs77 in Deal Talk
This. WD Red is built for NAS, not desktop file storage. Get WD Blue or WD Green.
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Post #162645016 added 03-31-2023 3:26 AM by heartspeace in Deal Talk
Sadly, hard drives are the most important component in a pc, and etc. Everything else can be replaced. Lost data can't be. Hey reliability of hard drives today, compared to a decade or so ago,...
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Post #162644281 added 03-31-2023 12:57 AM by My335is in Deal Talk
Would you get this or a WD Red for desktop storage?
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Post #162625960 added 03-30-2023 8:28 AM by rbross3030 in Deal Talk
I've had 3 spinning Seagates fail on me over the years, all years into use, doesn't track with typical HDD bathtub curve. Never again.
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Post #162611875 added 03-29-2023 2:33 PM by MyndFX in Deal Talk
Does anyone know if Synology units will properly read all of the SMART data on these? Synology not being able to read the bad sector count seems to be the problem with drives over 16TB on Synology...
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Post #162610762 added 03-29-2023 1:33 PM by Intelslacker in Deal Talk
which state?
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Post #162604528 added 03-29-2023 9:07 AM by Boggie1688 in Deal Talk
Yep just one, but I felt it was relevant because these guys have been chasing hdd deals. This user literally had his drive fail yesterday, and I think he only has two of them. More will be popping up...
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Post #162598792 added 03-29-2023 2:33 AM by pfukjobydn in Deal Talk
For sale: used but retreaded tires. Could be 500 miles on them, could be 50,000. Great for your family or sports car, trust us, they're fine. Motorcycle tires available too!
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Post #162598618 added 03-29-2023 1:38 AM by trisk in Deal Talk
That doesn't track with what we know about drive failures, which follow a classic "bathtub curve". Typical refurbs are used, but working, drives that have been recertified or had board swaps, so...
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Post #162596329 added 03-28-2023 9:08 PM by MWink in Deal Talk
If I'm reading this correctly, this is about a single drive failure. I figured it was going to be a large array with numerous failures. I have major problems with the way the data is presented...
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Post #162592486 added 03-28-2023 6:00 PM by Boggie1688 in Deal Talk
The chia guys have always bargain hunted for drives. A lot of them ended up with Seagate drives, and I'm sure a lot of them are going to end up the same as this guy. ...
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Post #162592273 added 03-28-2023 5:51 PM by pfukjobydn in Deal Talk
Unpopular opinion: Buying a refurbished hard drive is like buying retread tires for your car... Sooner or later you'll regret it.
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Post #162592168 added 03-28-2023 5:46 PM by Jerky_san in Deal Talk
We had an old pair of NetApps with 800gb Seagates in 6 shelves and I swear they replaced literally every drive in each one at least once over a 6 year period. Sometimes we would have two fail in a...
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Post #162590470 added 03-28-2023 4:22 PM by burticus in Deal Talk
IT dude here, we have other SANs that use other brands of drives like Hitachi, Toshiba, WD etc. Mostly I see getting replaced are Seagates. I have seen like 1 WD to 5 Seagates. Home use, YMMV. ...
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