[Chugalug] 1 TB+ hard drive
ub3ratl4sf00 at gmail.com
Wed Jan 23 02:40:14 UTC 2013
Seagate is good stuff, they own most of the old Hitachi brands and Western
Digital as well. Hell, all the plants that make the drives are in the same
area of Thailand that got flooded.
Avoid the green brands like Jim said, most of them are either low cost
manufacture or refurbs. Seagate's Scorpio Blue are very good, I have one of
their hybrid drives and love it.
On Tue, Jan 22, 2013 at 7:42 PM, Jim Wells <jwells at networksonline.net>wrote:
> On 1/22/2013 6:11 AM, John Aldrich wrote:
>> On Sun January 20 2013 7:56:05 PM Billy wrote:
>>> To be fair to John, I think he was looking for recommendations of
>>> vendors are caveats regarding certain drives.
>>> Granted, he could have shown us his list of narrowed down devices and
>>> his own
>>> internal dialog regarding the pros and cons. Sometimes, after you've done
>>> the research, you still have gnawing questions and conflicting tech
>>> To be honest, I haven't kept up with the pros/cons of various HDD
>> manufacturers. I know awhile back Samsung was really great, but then they
>> the whole batch of drives that went bad prematurely. WD and Seagate used
>> to be
>> great, but now WD has about three or four lines of drives. I haven't
>> bought a
>> hard drive in so long, it's sad! I just don't keep up with hardware the
>> you guys do.
>> I've been having problems getting my email. I think I've finally tracked
>> down to Yahoo & SpamCop not playing well. In that time period I emailed
>> directly and he replied back that ANY Seagate or the WD Black or WD Red
>> be good. That's the sort of thing I needed.
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>> John Western Digital and Seagate make the majority of ALL the drives
> these days they have bought out almost all other HDD vendors if not all of
> them at this point. I see similar failure rates with both brands. The WD
> black series are fast drives. Don't get the Seagate green drives. Seagate
> has the desktop series and the Enterprise series for servers with a higher
> MTBF rating and they cost a little more than the desktop drives I prefer
> them for raids and servers. I like Seagate personally but this subject can
> and may start a holy war thread !
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