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Post #169729650 added 03-11-2024 11:43 AM by kutekunt in Deal Talk
What write speeds do you get with this via 1) SATA interface 2) USB port using SATA-to-USB adapter ?
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Post #169566750 added 03-02-2024 6:12 AM by Geezerman in Deal Talk
from GoHardDrive? They have good ebay feedback. It looks like their warranty is 5 years on enterprise drives. Could have been shipping damage. I have had that happen with Newegg shipping drives...
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Post #169558206 added 03-01-2024 3:56 PM by utl768 in Deal Talk
bought two drives from another deal from this seller both dead in a week
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Post #169558119 added 03-01-2024 3:50 PM by lastwraith in Deal Talk
The specs are the specs. Operating temperatures don't apply differently in a data center vs a home enclosure, especially since my older 10-14TB drives aren't technically even enterprise drives. And...
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Post #169514425 added 02-28-2024 1:34 PM by megablank in Deal Talk
The "specs" are based on the assumptions of a data center, that you will buy a new drive and run down its life based on the spec, the spec is what they can get away with not what is optimal, these...
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Post #169503160 added 02-27-2024 9:35 PM by lastwraith in Deal Talk
If you just want a drive enclosure with good-enough cooling, Mediasonic makes some Proboxes that I've used with success, like the HF2-SU3S3 model (under $110 right now)....
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Post #169503049 added 02-27-2024 9:21 PM by lastwraith in Deal Talk
"but at 50c they are cooking as I stated," Based on what exactly? Because the specs for my 10-14TB drives have an operating temperature range listed up to 65 degrees C based on the spec sheets....
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Post #169498180 added 02-27-2024 3:23 PM by megablank in Deal Talk
I haven't shucked anything in a long time so perhaps you are correct on that, but at 50c they are cooking as I stated, and as intended as its not their problem if it dies past its nerfed warranty...
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Post #169486522 added 02-27-2024 3:07 AM by Ih8reb8s in Deal Talk
I agree with everything you said. My purchase ended up meeting all of my hard requirements plus giving me extra flexibility that's nice to have. I'm really surprised that you can't get a four-bay...
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Post #169485040 added 02-26-2024 9:45 PM by lastwraith in Deal Talk
Well, you didn't mention you wanted the box to do RAID so I didn't know if you wanted RAID at all or what kind. Honestly, I prefer to do software pooling since it's more flexible and you can...
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Post #169475494 added 02-26-2024 11:24 AM by stephens2323 in Deal Talk
I was getting ready to grab one here but saw the 12Tb on Amazon (renewed) for 93. For a few more bucks I figure it will be easier to replace/return from there. I've also had great luck with Amazon...
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Post #169459954 added 02-25-2024 12:22 PM by Ih8reb8s in Deal Talk
I read that whole thread, and considered that deal. But strangely, that enclosure does not allow raid for all five drives unless you use software, which is not doable on a Nas. That enclosure got...
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Post #169457371 added 02-25-2024 9:23 AM by lastwraith in Deal Talk
The TerraMaster units do what you want. They will take multiple drives, have fans, and will pass drive information to the host in case you are running a distro that relies on it for identification of...
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Post #169457302 added 02-25-2024 9:18 AM by lastwraith in Deal Talk
Virtually nothing you've said is correct anymore. I have no clue where you're getting your info from, but it's doesn't sound like it's first-hand experience. They're 7200rpm helium drives in the...
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Post #169456129 added 02-25-2024 7:52 AM by Ih8reb8s in Deal Talk
What I am about to post is absolutely overkill for most people. I get that. But I went round and round looking for an enclosure to put several of my used hard drives to back up my Nas, and I just...
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Post #169448071 added 02-24-2024 4:16 PM by Geezerman in Deal Talk
The cause is a new SATA specification which includes the ability to disable power to the hard disk. When you look at the SATA power connection on the back of your hard drive, there are 15 pins that...
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Post #169398520 added 02-21-2024 6:03 PM by Seeker_sleeper in Deal Talk
Most of this is wrong, just FYI. Actually I take that back, this entire thing is wrong. MTBF is 2.5 million hours, that’s the mean time for an average drive to experience a failure. That includes...
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Post #169398442 added 02-21-2024 5:55 PM by Seeker_sleeper in Deal Talk
I can concur with this, I have 6 stacked in my unraid server and drives stay around 40-45 degrees under heavy load. I do have proper ventilation but nothing enterprise, just a standard front case...
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Post #169398391 added 02-21-2024 5:52 PM by Seeker_sleeper in Deal Talk
I got the 12TB model for 89.99, better deal. Got 2 to add to an array with 4 other seagates. These came packed very well, they were branded WD not what the picture shows, which is fine. They didn’t...
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Post #169397428 added 02-21-2024 4:45 PM by megablank in Deal Talk
One drive boxes tend to be lower power consumer drives. Sometimes lower rpm, sometimes they let them cook and shorten the warranty for a laugh.
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