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Flood göndermek, insanların floodlarını okumak ve diğer insanlarla bağlantı kurmak için sosyal Floodlar ve Flood Yanıtları Motorumuza giriş yapın.

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Best Bang for your Buck 18TB HDD. External or Internal is welcomed.

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My storage of 160TB is running low and Black Friday is around the corner. I’m gonna be looking for some new 18TB HDDs to clear out my 10TB HDDs.

Anyone here have any suggestions?

I need some high read and write speeds for the drives. Because the data is going to be scanned a lot of the time. Files are gonna be a bunch of ROMs and ISOs files for emulators.

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  1. I would recommend the Toshiba N300 for high speed (spinning) access but can only find up to 16TB available. 18TB should be coming online $soon according to recent articles. Have tested 6TB N300s and they don’t slow down as much near the end of the disk like Ironwolf.

    I stay the hell away from WD these days because of their BS and recent difficulty with their RMA process.

  2. I just bought a WD HC550 18TB for $354 (no tax), which is the lowest I’ve seen them recently. I’d rather do that than shuck an Easystore to save $20.

  3. There are basically three different 18TB base drives from three different manufacturers, they all perform about the same and have the same TBW/warranty.

    Pick the one with the lowest price, everything else does not really matter.

  4. Back blaze just released their HDD info for this quarter which gives reliability information: https://www.backblaze.com/blog/backblaze-drive-stats-for-q3-2021/

    Personally I’d set up a spreadsheet with failure rates, warranty and reads and writes but I think most spinning rust is going to be close based on sizes and caches.

    If you Andre secure wiping your 10tb and sending them on their way, PM me. They would be a huge step up from my 2tb and 4tb drives.