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    • Should be a 10TB BarraCuda Pro ST10000DM0004 inside.
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    • kwscott wrote: Should be a 10TB BarraCuda Pro ST10000DM0004 inside.
      is it a good thing?
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    • Yes. Typically what the professional shuckers would want.

      Clee wrote: is it a good thing?
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    • Clee wrote: is it a good thing?
      100%:
      non-SMR
      7200 rpm
      Helium drive

      1 year warranty if unshucked (unless something changed)
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    • How's the reliability of these, especially in a NAS?
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    • I have two unopened WD 8TB from costco purchased at $189.99. I am wondering if these are better (other than the size), if I am planning to use them as-is (no-shucking)? I believe costco gives 2 year warranty on the WD. I do like the USB ports on the seagate.
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    • Is this model leave-it-on-all-the-time in its enclosure quiet? I don't mind the disk's operating sounds - spinning and seeks - if they're not too loud, since I can just consider it information, but I have a 5TB Seagate external that has a constant distracting fan noise, probably because of the way airflow is directed through the enclosure.
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    • I got the Seagate Expansion 10 TB which has the same drive inside; I found it ran pretty warm to the touch at around 60 degrees celcius when I had it on for 18 hours to test in the enclosure.
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    • badOne wrote: 100%:
      non-SMR
      7200 rpm
      Helium drive

      1 year warranty if unshucked (unless something changed)
      2 years for this model
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    • Great drives. I have had 5 running in a NAS for the past 2 months. They operate at 28-31C in my set-up. Purchased another two.

      Thank you, OP. :)
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    • Bought 2 of them for my NAS. Great drives. 25-28 C.
      Quiet. Fast.
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    • Lowest was 200?
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    • Thanks OP. ordered
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    • So far, no price match with bozo Bezos.
      Thanks OP - ordered 1.
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    • wlee wrote: Lowest was 200?
      Not on this specific external drive, a different Seagate 10TB external was $200 around Black Friday. Would've had the same internal drive, though.
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    • If my router has a USB port, can this be connected to that so it acts as a network storage device?
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    • J_Ronin wrote: If my router has a USB port, can this be connected to that so it acts as a network storage device?
      Should be but depends on the model of your router.
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    • J_Ronin wrote: If my router has a USB port, can this be connected to that so it acts as a network storage device?
      That depends on the actual router software, but yes, it should work as NAS and some allow DDNS for WAN access over the Internet. One thing to note is a few routers have bad security and actually expose these drives over insecure samba on WAN which isn't helpful.
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    • Ruciz wrote: That depends on the actual router software, but yes, it should work as NAS and some allow DDNS for WAN access over the Internet. One thing to note is a few routers have bad security and actually expose these drives over insecure samba on WAN which isn't helpful.
      Thank you. I have a Bell Home Hub 3000, assuming it might not be the best option for sharing a drive on my network.
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    • fatestkid wrote: I have two unopened WD 8TB from costco purchased at $189.99. I am wondering if these are better (other than the size), if I am planning to use them as-is (no-shucking)? I believe costco gives 2 year warranty on the WD. I do like the USB ports on the seagate.
      I also have two of those which came out as WDC-WD80EZAZ-11TDBA0. Trying to figure out if I should return them and get the Seagate.

      It seems the WD is better rated:
      https://hdd.userbenchmark.com/SpeedTest ... AZ-11TDBA0
      https://hdd.userbenchmark.com/Seagate-B ... ating/3901



      Can someone explain why the ST10000DM0004 are preferred over the WD?
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