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Post #166041202 added 09-26-2023 8:21 PM by SmartSnail793 in Deal Talk
This is perfect for Synology!
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Post #166015672 added 09-25-2023 1:51 PM by eversavage in Deal Talk
I went through a lot of research prior to buying replacement for my 10tb drives.. Came to the same conclusion that seagate worth the $ from SpD. Nay sayers are reluctant but they can go ahead and...
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Post #166015384 added 09-25-2023 1:37 PM by gearmesh in Deal Talk
This is my first time taking advantage of these drives. Everyone seems pretty happy with them.
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Post #166005571 added 09-25-2023 2:06 AM by BerMM2 in Deal Talk
Its often cheaper for big customers to order all their servers/workstations with the same configuration and then customize them themselves resulting in surplus parts like these. I know SMART data can...
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Post #166003423 added 09-24-2023 9:22 PM by MWink in Deal Talk
USB 2.0 will seriously hold it back. It would top out around 50MB/s. This drive is capable of up to about 275MB/s. However, USB 3.0 would be fine.
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Post #166000258 added 09-24-2023 5:08 PM by esy1219 in Deal Talk
Only speaking from personal use. I've used all brands (Toshiba, WD, Seagate, IBM (yea IBM lol)etc) and the ONLY ones to have failed on me were the Seagate. No this was not 20+ years ago. It was...
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Post #165998860 added 09-24-2023 2:56 PM by LastButNotLeast in Deal Talk
Decided I didn't need 20TB, so got this 14TB X18 for $128 instead....
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Post #165996286 added 09-24-2023 11:44 AM by NEW0 in Deal Talk
How much of a speed difference would I see if I used some kind of enclosure for this to USB 2.0 instead of putting it in my computer? Also, I see that MSRP for these are at like $299.99 or...
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Post #165993511 added 09-24-2023 8:37 AM by jgmeinhardt in Deal Talk
I found a nice thread on reddit regarding ServerPartsDeals and refurbished hard drives. These comments are from people who have actually bought and used refurbished drives. ...
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Post #165968419 added 09-22-2023 5:32 PM by lastwraith in Deal Talk
Every drive fails, that's why you either backup your data or you don't care about it. Buy on price and what fits your situation (noise/speed/etc). You don't like it.... move along.
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Post #165966733 added 09-22-2023 3:50 PM by Rosc in Deal Talk
There are costs you have to consider in the datacenter other than just the price of the drive. You have power, floorspace, etc. That all scale massively when you're talking thousands of drives. So...
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Post #165961561 added 09-22-2023 11:22 AM by awdrifter in Deal Talk
These are helium drives, once the seal fail they'll fail. I wouldn't trust buying a 5 year old refurb drive not to fail soon due to the helium seal.
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Post #165958438 added 09-22-2023 8:55 AM by jgmeinhardt in Deal Talk
The drive I bought looked brand new. The 20TB drive models are too new to be worn out. Enterprise drives are made for 24/7 365 day usage. If you are fearful of buying a refurbished drive and you...
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Post #165958315 added 09-22-2023 8:46 AM by jgmeinhardt in Deal Talk
A certain amount of computer parts get returned because of user error. For every person who knows how to format and install a hard drive, there are probably 3-4 that don't know.
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Post #165956797 added 09-22-2023 7:29 AM by Soofdawg in Deal Talk
Will this drive be too noisy for a PC desktop? I currently only have a 1TB SSD, but wanted to put plex library on a secondary regular internal hard drive.
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Post #165952564 added 09-21-2023 10:50 PM by eversavage in Deal Talk
load up the software and it helps you create a live usb drive. After booting from the drive , then you run their software to do the long smart test. it does take a while to test... +/- 30hrs
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Post #165952312 added 09-21-2023 10:31 PM by DontTaxBeer in Deal Talk
how do you test a 20TB hdd? sounds like it would take forever. noise isnt a factor for me. my pc is rack mounted in a 4U skeleton open case in the basement. the living room is silent. all i need...
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Post #165950809 added 09-21-2023 9:00 PM by Rommsey in Deal Talk
Seagate is still by far the worst in the industry (enterprise and datacenter class drives). They are still popular due to pricing.
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Post #165950350 added 09-21-2023 8:39 PM by Binar in Deal Talk
OP is trying too hard All I know , 6 months ago SDers would torch anyone that mentioned Seagate..Suddenly Seagate is the thing to have. I'm not buying the whole data center, used HDD, that will...
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Post #165950182 added 09-21-2023 8:31 PM by eversavage in Deal Talk
If you don't see the deal in these 10.50/tb drives for a massive 20tb.. Then, nothing we can say will convenience you otherwise. There are some ppl willing to pay the full retail price for the...
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