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    • BTW, a question for the technically inclined... How much speed difference are we looking at shucking the drive and using it as an internal drive as compared to leaving it as it is with a USB 3.0 interface?.
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    • This is SMR. Backups only.
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    • vivibaby wrote:
      Sep 21st, 2018 10:42 am
      This is SMR. Backups only.
      De-gloving (refuse to say shucking) remains an option, and SMR is not that much worse, all HDDs are garbage for anything but archiving anyways. We're splitting hairs on SMR vs. non-SMR.
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    • redflagdealsguy wrote:
      Sep 21st, 2018 10:47 am
      We're splitting hairs on SMR vs. non-SMR.
      My NAS thinks otherwise, no SMR thank you very much
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    • I will be using this for storing Movies and TV shows for my HTPC Setup... SMR should not be a concern for the purpose, right?
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    • Damn, thanks guys for prompting me to read on SMR. I'm in IT but haven't been tracking the HDD tech for long time. Never trusted high capacity HDDs anyways, because it seems suspicious due to physical limitations. Now I know the reason ;)
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    • Dealter wrote:
      Sep 21st, 2018 10:56 am
      I will be using this for storing Movies and TV shows for my HTPC Setup... SMR should not be a concern for the purpose, right?
      Not in my opinion, but others may try to convince you of the SMR boogeyman.
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    • For stocking p*rn it's fine right? I use an SSD as the main drive anyway.
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    • Dealter wrote:
      Sep 21st, 2018 10:56 am
      I will be using this for storing Movies and TV shows for my HTPC Setup... SMR should not be a concern for the purpose, right?
      I do the same thing with mine.

      I was going to connect one of my WD reds but decided against it.
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    • Don’t have a nas

      So how hard or useless is it to put it in a USB 3.0 enclosure
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    • ratatapa wrote:
      Sep 21st, 2018 11:30 am
      Don’t have a nas

      So how hard or useless is it to put it in a USB 3.0 enclosure
      It is already in a USB 3.0 enclosure... Why do you want to de-glove/shuck it and put it in another enclosure !? :rolleyes:
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    • Dealter wrote:
      Sep 21st, 2018 11:35 am
      It is already in a USB 3.0 enclosure... Why do you want to de-glove/shuck it and put it in another enclosure !? :rolleyes:
      Because I hate Seagate OS that they have on their drives like that and just wanted to format to erase all

      But I guess I can do that
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    • Unless its < $150 before taxes its not hot. Regular price this is.
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    • FrostyWinnipeg wrote:
      Sep 21st, 2018 11:44 am
      Unless its < $150 before taxes its not hot. Regular price this is.
      I think this is the lowest price it has ever been for an 8TB External HDD... not sure where you see this being as a Regular Price.

      If you can wait 2 years, you will most probably see 8TB Externals with $150 as a regular price for such drives then.
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    • Dealter wrote:
      Sep 21st, 2018 11:52 am
      I think this is the lowest price it has ever been for an 8TB External HDD... not sure where you see this being as a Regular Price.

      If you can wait 2 years, you will most probably see 8TB Externals with $150 as a regular price for such drives then.
      No not the cheapest, it was recently at $159 from Newegg even though it was another model but same SMR 8TB ST drive.
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    • Dealter wrote:
      Sep 21st, 2018 10:56 am
      I will be using this for storing Movies and TV shows for my HTPC Setup... SMR should not be a concern for the purpose, right?
      If you're patient you can watch the similar "Expansion" model (perfect for write-once-read-lots kind of files) on Newegg's ebay store, where it usually goes for $175-$180 - it fluctuates in price but if you wait for the next 15-20%-off-everything-on-ebay coupon, and this stays at its normal price, you can get it for about $155:

      https://forums.redflagdeals.com/ebay-ca ... x-2213476/
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    • Brand really doesn't matter, at least to myself. Have 8 of differing brands and all have served well. IMO its the luck of the draw just like a car.😃
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    • I see $189.99 when I click the link...
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    • ratatapa wrote:
      Sep 21st, 2018 11:39 am
      Because I hate Seagate OS that they have on their drives like that and just wanted to format to erase all

      But I guess I can do that
      Do you know what that is?
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    • McAngus wrote:
      Sep 21st, 2018 12:52 pm
      I see $189.99 when I click the link...
      Seems like BestBuy just jacked up the price... Sneaky buggers. 😈

      Ordered it for $179.99 earlier today... see below:
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