Seagate IronWolf 8TB 3.5" 7200RPM SATA Desktop Internal Hard Drive (ST8000VNA04)
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- Part of the IronWolf collection
- 3.5" drive with 8TB of capacity offers oodles of file storage for your desktop, server, and more
- 210MB/s read/write speed at 7200rpm gives you quick, reliable performance
- Network-attached storage (NAS) capability offers long-running sessions and seamless data access over networks
- Compatible with desktop computers and all-in-one PCs
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Of the 44 reviewers who responded, 43 would recommend this product.
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- Great drives- April 10, 2020
I have 6 Ironwolf drives loaded in a QNAP TVS-x72XT. I have had them for over 86 days continuous. I have added over 10 TB in a raid 6. The health status is good on all drives, disk access good, disk I/O is good, smart information displays correctly, and daily/weekly check have all completed in good status. As for noise issues - I don't see it as an issue. Some times you might hear what sounds like a water drop hitting a sink. The noise levels a definitely in the good level for in the office or on desk top. In my opinion.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Unbeatable bang for the buck!- May 2, 2020
I've had a long history with Seagate drives over the last 15+ years that have kept me too cautious. While the failure rate of larger capacity drives are way lower compared to their infamous 3tb series, thes Ironwolfs are incredibly fast and sustainable. If you're concerned about lifespan (read-write cycles of the drive over a lifetime) check out Backblaze's block (cloud backup company) as they publish some interesting statistics based on their own research and industry-wide studies.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- NAS quality hard drive- September 6, 2020
If you have a system to back up your files, phone, iPad, etc., at home, then you could use a drive like this. I have a Synology Network Attacked Storage device that allows one to add drives or replace drives when one goes bad. Since it runs all day and all night, you want drives that are built to run 24/7/365 and not ones that are meant for a PC that gets shut down when you aren't using it. Ironwolf series is highly rated.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.