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Bestbuy WD 14TB smartctl info pre-shuck

Bestbuy WD 14TB smartctl info pre-shuck

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  1. How have your drive temps been running badblocks still inside the enclosures?

    My drives went into the mid 50s just with the long SMART test in the 24 hours…

  2. So I’ve got four of these, and have one Q and one comment-

    Two of them are the “11B2DA2” variant, and the other two are the “11B1PA0” variant.

    I plan on using them together in a single RAID build (no other drives).

    **Is there a compelling reason** I should go through the trouble of reformatting the drive to 4Kn as OP did? Or should I not mess around with them?

    And my comment is on /u/fourDnet ‘s issue that SmartMonTools kept idling his drives to sleep while he was running the long test:

    I have all four drives hooked up to a USB 3.0 hub to a laptop running an Ubuntu 20 instance, and after issuing the:

    # smartctl -t long /dev/sdX
    command in a separate CLI for each enclosure/drive, I then issued:

    # watch -d -n 60 smartctl -c /dev/sdX
    in each CLI to prevent the drives from sleeping (& I believe it’s the enclosures’ USB controller that is superseding the OS and putting these things to bed).

    This seems to be working fine so far (2 hours in).

    **And one other observation**:
    On the two “11B1PA0” variants, *the test appears to be running faster*, as both of those reached 80% remaining before the other two “11B2DA2” variants did. (not a WHOLE lot sooner, but moderatly more quickly. Perhaps it won’t be too much different by the end. We’ll see)

    So all the extended tests finished, in less time than predicted on each drive-
    The two “DA2” drives did finish behind the other two, but seemed to have kept pace. One finished 15 miuntes behind the first two, and the final drive was about 45 minutes behind. 22, 22, 23, and 24 hours were the reported lengths for the drives (I happened to be watching when they ended so that’s how I know one was 15 minutes behind the other 45)

    No errors reported.

  3. I bought 2 of these from a Best Buy store. Both units were 11B2DA2. Others have reported what another poster here in this thread has, which is that these units perform slowly. Are others seeing that as well?


  4. Just got one and can confirm it work with Supermicro X9 server MB. Shucked it and it showed right up just fine without having to do a 3.3v mod. My build date was 21 Apr 2021 on the drive. It’s a WD140EDGZ white label dive.

  5. Can you test if the transfer rate increases while it’s running a smart selftest? This trick used to work with the older revisions.

  6. Just got my 3. Same model – same suffix (11BDDA2) as you’d expect. Going through the surface scan now.

    For those who wonder, installing into a NetApp DS4246 disk shelf was easy – no pin 3 mod required.

    Edit: Thanks to Youtube for how to shuck em. 🙂

  7. As someone who know nothing technical and bought this – is it good? Should I return it and wait for something else?

  8. Are you running `smartctl -t long /dev/sdX` before shucking them?

  9. Just successfully shucked 14TB from Best Buy yesterday. I taped the pin, but probably didn’t need to. It works perfect in storage server.

  10. I am new to this, what is “shuck”? (I really don’t know, “shucks” to be me? :))

  11. I havent built a PC for quite some time so I am out of the loop. I buy easystores all the time and put drop them in my NAS. Does that explain why this 3 pin issue has never been a concern for me or is this something new to be concerned about?

  12. I have 3 of these post shuck from bestbuy that have been in my system for a few days now. here is the full smartctl -a if anyone is interested:


  13. Do 7200 rpm drives consume more power of generate more heat? Is there a way to lower the rpm to 5400?

    I just got three of these and will be putting it in a 24-bay 4U modified with noctua fans for quieter operation since the server is in my living room. I’d like to keep the heat down so the fans don’t work so hard

  14. I just got 6 I haven’t shucked yet that will join some older EDxZ 14’s in a zpool. I have not changed sector sizes but I am curious about a few things.

    Did you run into any ATA locked issues like the person in your link had?

    Do you expect improved performance?

    What file system are you putting these into?

  15. Post shuck, were you able to get power to the drive? I altered my SATA power cable and completely removed pin 3 from my cabling, however, still nothing in the bios. Even tried a molex to SATA power connector. 3 drives, nada in BIOS.

    I do have a modular PSU, so unsure if that’s causing something.

  16. I’m surprised that the drive was at 7200 rpm. This post from a year ago had it as 5400, but the model was WD140ED**F**Z, where yours is WD140ED**G**Z: [https://www.reddit.com/r/DataHoarder/comments/jk4eoh/best_buy_wd_easystore_14tb_external_usb_30_hard/](https://www.reddit.com/r/DataHoarder/comments/jk4eoh/best_buy_wd_easystore_14tb_external_usb_30_hard/)

    I bought two myself this week, haven’t shucked easystores before, only Seagates.

  17. This is the drive, pre-shuck in the original enclosure.

    Only modification I made was format the drive to 4Kn for both logical/physical using the WD hugo tool. See [this post](https://forums.servethehome.com/index.php?threads/please-help-convert-hgst-he10-and-he12-to-4kn.27668/#post-289494).

    Not sure which of the following commands actually worked:

    “`hugo format -s DRIVE_SERIAL -b 4096“`

    “`hugo format -s DRIVE_SERIAL -b 4096 –fastformat“`

    But after three attempts using the two commands above it did indeed change from 512 to 4096.

    Drive was brand new, and had 3 power-on events prior to me. SMART short test completed without errors, currently running long test and a bad blocks while the drive is still in enclosure.


    Here is AIDA64 output (w/ serial and WWN blanked out):

    Field Value
    ATA Device Properties
    Model ID WDC WD140EDGZ-11B2DA2
    Serial Number ========
    Revision 85.00A85
    World Wide Name ========
    Device Type SATA-III @ Oxford
    Parameters 3390968 cylinders, 16 heads, 63 sectors per track, 512 bytes per sector
    LBA Sectors 3418095616
    Physical / Logical Sector Size 4 KB / 4 KB
    Multiple Sectors 2
    Max. PIO Transfer Mode PIO 4
    Max. MWDMA Transfer Mode MWDMA 2
    Active MWDMA Transfer Mode MWDMA 2
    Max. UDMA Transfer Mode UDMA 6
    Unformatted Capacity 1629 GB
    Form Factor 3.5″
    Rotational Speed 7200 RPM

    ATA Device Features
    48-bit LBA Supported, Enabled
    Automatic Acoustic Management (AAM) Not Supported
    Device Configuration Overlay (DCO) Supported, Enabled
    DMA Setup Auto-Activate Supported, Disabled
    Free-Fall Control Not Supported
    General Purpose Logging (GPL) Supported, Enabled
    Hardware Feature Control Not Supported
    Host Protected Area (HPA) Supported, Enabled
    HPA Security Extensions Supported, Disabled
    Hybrid Information Feature Not Supported
    In-Order Data Delivery Supported, Disabled
    Native Command Queuing (NCQ) Supported
    NCQ Autosense Supported
    NCQ Priority Information Supported
    NCQ Queue Management Command Supported
    NCQ Streaming Supported
    Phy Event Counters Supported
    Read Look-Ahead Supported, Enabled
    Release Interrupt Not Supported
    Security Mode Supported, Disabled
    Sense Data Reporting (SDR) Supported, Enabled
    Service Interrupt Not Supported
    SMART Supported, Enabled
    SMART Error Logging Supported, Enabled
    SMART Self-Test Supported, Enabled
    Software Settings Preservation (SSP) Supported, Disabled
    Streaming Supported, Enabled
    Tagged Command Queuing (TCQ) Not Supported
    Write Cache Supported, Enabled
    Write-Read-Verify Not Supported

    SSD Features
    Data Set Management Not Supported
    Deterministic Read After TRIM Not Supported
    TRIM Command Not Supported

    Power Management Features
    Advanced Power Management Supported, Disabled
    Automatic Partial to Slumber Transitions (APST) Disabled
    Device Initiated Interface Power Management (DIPM) Supported, Disabled
    Device Sleep (DEVSLP) Not Supported
    Extended Power Conditions (EPC) Supported, Enabled
    Host Initiated Interface Power Management (HIPM) Supported
    Link Power State Device Sleep Not Supported
    Power Management Supported, Enabled
    Power-Up In Standby (PUIS) Supported, Disabled

    ATA Commands
    DEVICE RESET Not Supported
    DOWNLOAD MICROCODE Supported, Enabled
    FLUSH CACHE Supported, Enabled
    FLUSH CACHE EXT Supported, Enabled
    NOP Supported, Enabled
    READ BUFFER Supported, Enabled
    WRITE BUFFER Supported, Enabled

    Device Manufacturer
    Company Name Western Digital Corporation
    Product Information https://www.wdc.com/products/internal-storage.html
    Driver Update http://www.aida64.com/goto/?p=drvupdates