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WD Red 4TB 3.5" SATA NAS Hard Drive £108.95 / £112.44 delivered @ ebuyer
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WD Red 4TB 3.5" SATA NAS Hard Drive £108.95 / £112.44 delivered @ ebuyer

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Posted 16th Apr
Looking for 3/4 drives for newly bought Synology DS 918+ and this seems to be a good deal at the moment.

WD RED - 4TB NAS HDD
The 4TB WD RED is a high-quality HDD that delivers incredible performance thanks to its easy to use 3.5inch form factor that is just 26.1mm in height, the drive uses IntelliPower. The WD RED HDD's technical highlight is it's 6Gb/s interface, which is the latest SATA III standard. This drive in particular has a storage capacity of 4TB and has a 64MB Cache with an access time of 2ms.

NETWORK IT IN RED
Our formula for success at WD has led to the growth of the WD RED making it available in the highest capacities possible. Now up to 8TB, WD offers an even broader, more comprehensive portfolio of NAS solutions for our customers spanning from a total of 1 to 8 bays. This will allow you to store even more data for your home or small business. The WD RED family just got bigger.

DESIGNED FOR NAS
WD RED is the only hard drive designed for NAS systems that have 1-8 drive bays. The drives are designed and extensively tested for compatibility in the unique 24x7 operating environment and demanding system requirements of home and small office NAS. WD eliminates the confusion. These drives are designed for personal, home, and small business NAS systems up to 8-bays.

NASWARE GROWS TO 3.0
Built off of our determination to deliver the best NAS experience, NASware 3.0 extends our promise by further optimizing WD RED for the NAS environment with added support for 6 to 8 NAS bays. WD RED now supports small NAS systems from 1 to 8 bays thanks to NASware 3.0, which further improves drive compatibility and reliability. At 64TB of total capacity in an 8 bay system, WD RED expands your NAS experience.
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Earlier posted a deal (3TB WD Red) from Amazon seller but although prime delivery but seller was Madrid based so the listing was removed by the admin. But for 4TB this seems to be even better deal.
Edited by: "jatt4x4" 16th Apr
BTW Toshiba NAS 4TB is for £97.97 from the ebuyer as well, is it worth to pay more for WD Red?
Edited by: "jatt4x4" 16th Apr
£107.99 @ Amazon
jatt4x450 m ago

BTW Toshiba NAS 4TB is for £97.97 from the ebuyer as well, is it worth to …BTW Toshiba NAS 4TB is for £97.97 from the ebuyer as well, is it worth to pay more for WD Red?


The Tosh has 128MB cache where the WD has 64MB. Toshiba hard drive is formal IBM storage, so seems to be good
Edited by: "rambits" 16th Apr
jatt4x416/04/2019 08:44

BTW Toshiba NAS 4TB is for £97.97 from the ebuyer as well, is it worth to …BTW Toshiba NAS 4TB is for £97.97 from the ebuyer as well, is it worth to pay more for WD Red?


The 7200RPM will be faster but produce more heat and noise
hazchem16/04/2019 09:29

£107.99 @ Amazon


is it from Amazon directly? Link please!
chris1999216/04/2019 09:41

The 7200RPM will be faster but produce more heat and noise


Noise is not an issue as its going to be in attic but wondering if there is massive difference in speed and if it is as reliable as WD Red? TIA!
ebuyer


No chance!
Similar prices on Amazon?
hazchem16/04/2019 09:29

£107.99 @ Amazon


The seller is from outside uk, does it matter, specially warranty wise?
jatt4x416/04/2019 09:54

Noise is not an issue as its going to be in attic but wondering if there …Noise is not an issue as its going to be in attic but wondering if there is massive difference in speed and if it is as reliable as WD Red? TIA!


It's faster, not massively so though unless you're only transferring huge files.
As far as reliability, they are both 180tb/year drives and that's all I'm going to say on that because you can never tell which ones will fail and which ones will keep working, it's always a risk.
chris199924 m ago

It's faster, not massively so though unless you're only transferring huge …It's faster, not massively so though unless you're only transferring huge files.As far as reliability, they are both 180tb/year drives and that's all I'm going to say on that because you can never tell which ones will fail and which ones will keep working, it's always a risk.


If reliability is the same and Toshiba is faster and cheaper (might be bit more noisy but not an issue as going in attic) then make sense to buy that, sorry talking to myself;)
108.95 free delivery from CCL, 109.99 free delivery from Box, this isn’t a deal.
jatt4x416th Apr

The seller is from outside uk, does it matter, specially warranty wise?


No, doesn't matter
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