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Synology DS920+ 4 Bay NAS Server - £489.49 delivered @ eBay / box
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Posted 13th MayPosted 13th May
I've been keeping an eye out for a good deal on the DS220+ for a while, but came across this, and went for it. CPU - Intel Celeron J4125 64-bit Architecture System Memory - 4GB… Read more

didnt try without sorry, I put them in to begin as roon users all recommended they were needed.


Did you notice a big difference in performance with the NVMes?


yeh they are loud, it doesnt bother me as its in another room I'm not in but yeh they are noisy imo




How loud are the Seagate drives?

WD Red Plus 4TB NAS 3.5" Internal Hard Drive - 5400 RPM Class, SATA 6 Gb/s, CMR, 64MB Cache £92.99 @ Amazon
Posted 10th MayPosted 10th May
For those 'I only trust WD Red' peeps.

Id say yes from experience.


Fast enough to run games from?


In the last week or two, HDD prices have gone up a lot, so I doubt they’ll go for that price again for a while. When there’s a shortage, people pay silly money on eBay without checking elsewhere. I bought a couple of WD Elements 14TB external drives from Amazon a few days ago for £250 each, and whilst there was still stock left people were bidding £280+ on the same drives used from eBay (confused)


Expensive Harddrive that probably won't be any better than the 6Tb WD (USB enclosed) for the same price


If you're particular about WD Reds, IronWolf is £88 at Box at the moment and Toshiba at a similar price on Amazon. On a personal note, I've got all 3 and no complaints.

Seagate 10TB IronWolf NAS Hard Drive 3.5" SATA 6Gb/s 7200RPM 256MB Cache (CMR) £233.49 at
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Posted 9th MayPosted 9th May
Free 3 Year Data Recovery Rotational Vibration (RV) sensors IronWolf Health Management enabled Designed for always on 24x7 performance Multi-User Technology (180TB Workload p… Read more

Have you actually managed to gain any chia? I've been looking at snapping up parts for a rig before chia gets widespread




I found the same with shucked WD Whites. People say they are the same as Reds but they are NOT!


Chia mining....


Giant? Hardly... Hoard responsibly!

WD 4TB Red Plus (CMR) NAS Hard Drive 3.5" SATA 6Gb/s 5400 RPM 128MB Cache £93.48 delivered @ Ebuyer
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Posted 1st MayPosted 1st May
4TB WD red drive. Only 5400RPM but will suit some uses.

SMR a little cheaper here.. WD Red 4TB 3.5 Inch NAS Internal Hard Drive - 5400 RPM - WD40EFAX: Computers & Accessories £89.99


No, this is the SMR model.


Beware that this is the EFAX model which is SMR, and categorically unsuitable for NAS. Pay £2.50 more for the WD40EFZX (CMR) model from the Box deal, instead, if you must have it.


Been cheaper, but right now not too bad for CMR.

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WD 4TB Red Plus (CMR) NAS Hard Drive 3.5" SATA 6Gb/s 5400 RPM 128MB Cache £95.99 @ Box
Posted 30th AprPosted 30th Apr
Decent price for anyone looking for storage for their NAS and prefers WD over Seagate.

Too small for us 😏


Yes, says 'delivered' at the top of the pic, same day there was DS118 for £120, silly prices compared against UK :)


Quick. Get this before the miners will buy them all.


Amazing price, was it honoured? Would have grabbed a couple of spares if I had seen that


Just bought 1TB 2.5 SSD Red. Now you got me thinking if I need the SSD and should I just buy this instead (lol)

Toshiba N300 8 TB NAS 3.5 Inch SATA Internal Hard Drive £164.97 at Amazon
Posted 27th AprPosted 27th Apr
Toshiba N300 NAS Hard Drive Built for 24/7 reliability Toshiba’s 3.5-inch N300 NAS Hard Drive offers unprecedented reliability for NAS and other high-performance storage systems. I… Read more

Agreed - don't cheap out on your data. WD for me - had 3 x Reds running 24/7 in RAID 5 (most IO intensive) for almost 10 years (y)


Implies that other models are not built to be reliable.


Yeah, I did my research before buying these drives and I don't think they're inherently bad; Synology themselves actually sell re-branded Toshiba drives. This has just put me off buying through Amazon.


Have one of these in my NAS, still going strong after 3 years and no errors. Very noisy compared to other drives I have.


I've not bought a new hdd in ages what's the sweet spot value wise and for reliability. Any help appreciated.