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Recommendation for a reliable and good drive?


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Hey,

I am interested in a 4TB HHD drive (basically 3 will suffice but there is no large selection and I also realized that as the drive fills the performance decreases)

 

I saw these two what they say:

WD SE HDD 4.0TB 64MB SATA3 Datacenter Capacity - NIS 520

WD 4.0TB 256MB SATA3 Blue - NIS 380

I realized that WD has green, black, blue, and red series 

What is the series of the first drive?

Recommend another drive?

Order from KSP / TMS

 

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As long as it is , The differences are negligible to non-existent in both performance and reliability.

Except maybe for WD's Black series which sometimes costs twice as much and not always rightly so.

So no matter what you buy, the main thing is to take care of backing up the material.

 

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Hey

 

As long as it is hard drive, The differences are negligible to non-existent in both performance and reliability.

Except maybe for WD's Black series which sometimes costs twice as much and not always rightly so.

So no matter what you buy, the main thing is to take care of backing up the material.

 

 

What about WD SE 4TB Datacenter Hard Disk Drive

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Western Digital 4TB 3.5 Inch SATA III, 7200 RPM, 64 MB Cache Enterprise Hard Drive (Western Digital4000FYYZ)

 

Not better than a standard 4TB disk?  

 

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Which one is better?

Performence ? You can dig in the reviews and benches and get there

In conclusion, there are not really any differences.

 

Reliability?

Beyond the exploded names, do not forget that these are mechanical drives = hard,

What's more, new technologies only complicate things.

Therefore, there is really no difference between anything but the rest of their peers in terms of reliability

In the statistical aspect.

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Which one is better?

Performence ? You can dig in the reviews and benches and get there

In conclusion, there are not really any differences.

 

Reliability?

Beyond the exploded names, do not forget that these are mechanical drives = hard,

What's more, new technologies only complicate things.

Therefore, there is really no difference between anything but the rest of their peers in terms of reliability

In the statistical aspect.

 

  • Designed for quality and reliability - With a field-tested 1.2 million hour MTBF, this high performance drive delivers the highest level of reliability for 24x7 operation in up to 100% duty cycle applications
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  • Designed for quality and reliability - With a field-tested 1.2 million hour MTBF, this high performance drive delivers the highest level of reliability for 24x7 operation in up to 100% duty cycle applications
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I'll ask a simple question - 

Do these drives come with insurance regarding the information on them?

Not information recovery services, but explicitly, black on white let’s say

With a three-year warranty, nothing will happen to the drive / information inside it?

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