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Toshiba X300 4TB 7200RPM 128MB 3.5" SATA HDD (HDWE140EZSTA) £87.57 @ Amazon
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Toshiba X300 4TB 7200RPM 128MB 3.5" SATA HDD (HDWE140EZSTA) £87.57 @ Amazon

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Posted 13th Jan

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  • Compatibility: PC and Apple computers with a Serial ATA interface
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There we go, Internet reviews at their finest.

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Toshiba drives, stay clear. We get through so many of these at work. Quality is shocking.
Toshiba drives, brilliant. Never had a faulty one.
There we go, Internet reviews at their finest.

Robdaraff13/01/2020 19:51

There we go, Internet reviews at their finest.:)


You can guarantee whatever hard drive is posted someone goes through loads of them and other people have never had one go wrong
ashley.nelson13/01/2020 20:10

You can guarantee whatever hard drive is posted someone goes through loads …You can guarantee whatever hard drive is posted someone goes through loads of them and other people have never had one go wrong


scan.co.uk/pro…iop

I'm waiting to see people post comments on these....
Kenny_Ken13/01/2020 20:31

https://www.scan.co.uk/products/3072-tb-samsung-pm1643-25-inch-enterprise-ssd-sas-3-12gb-s-2100mb-s-read-1700mb-s-write-400k-50k-iopI'm waiting to see people post comments on these....


I rather buy this nvme , cheaper and faster

Sabrent 4TB ROCKET NVMe PCIe M.2 2280 Internal SSD High Performance Solid State Drive (SB-ROCKET-4TB) amazon.co.uk/dp/B07ZQSDQDB/ref=cm_sw_r_wa_apa_i_amohEbE219MM4
Edited by: "hotul" 13th Jan
The N300 is available for 10 quid more. Thats where id put my money if i was getting tosh (I have 1 4tb n300 and its been fine running 24/7)
I've got an old 1tb drive that's been in use for 10 years, still working fine. In contrast, over the past 5 years I've lost all of my seagate drives, and their RMA'd conterparts (6 in total), 1 WD drive which was RMA'd (still working now though).
Their reliability tends to be very good, I'd certainly buy one again - backblaze.com/blo…18/
Back blaze isn't the most reliable source for hard drive reliability as they use consumer drives in servers which they aren't designed for
mannin13/01/2020 19:38

Toshiba drives, stay clear. We get through so many of these at work. …Toshiba drives, stay clear. We get through so many of these at work. Quality is shocking.


Then why pray tell do you keep buying them??
zinglebarb14/01/2020 12:49

Then why pray tell do you keep buying them??


We don't, they come supplied in the kit we have. We just switch them out now.
cheesebrain13/01/2020 21:38

Most reliable HDDshttps://www.backblaze.com/blog/hard-drive-stats-q2-2019/


They dont use WD, so hard to judge. I have always kept clear from Seagate products. Had one WD Red fail, but still have quite strong feelings towards WD. I have always thought HGST is the best but this link shows otherwise - not as dreadful as Seagate but still not as good as Toshiba.
Mpt1114/01/2020 11:35

Back blaze isn't the most reliable source for hard drive reliability as …Back blaze isn't the most reliable source for hard drive reliability as they use consumer drives in servers which they aren't designed for


Well, but there makes perfect sense to ride those drive as hard as you can. As long as you compare consumer vs consumer grade disks, it is fine. Would be unfair to compare Red Pro vs Green :).
Mpt1114/01/2020 11:35

Back blaze isn't the most reliable source for hard drive reliability as …Back blaze isn't the most reliable source for hard drive reliability as they use consumer drives in servers which they aren't designed for


But this deal is for a consumer drive.
I look after about a 1000+ disks of various makes and models. Seagate are worse, but it’s generally the type of workloads that impacts the life. Cctv rarely fail due to the sequential writing, random 50/50 profiles are the worse.
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