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Just curious, but is there a reason an 8TB Ironwolf costs much more than twice as much as a 4TB, and then a 6TB costs more than both of them? (Sorry for the bad picture)

Just curious, but is there a reason an 8TB Ironwolf costs much more than twice as much as a 4TB, and then a 6TB costs more than both of them? (Sorry for the bad picture)

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  1. I think this is an economy of scale issue. 8TB has been the sweet spot for a lot of use cases for a long time and so those models of disks are probably produced in higher quantities which reduces the prices. Just a guess though.

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  3. I have no clue what’s going on with the 6TB but the 8TB is probablt just a supply and demand thing. One 8TB hard drive is way better than two 4TB hard drives (or more realistically, five 8TB is better than ten 4TB) so even though you can get the same amount of storage for less money buying smaller hard drives, a good chunk of people probably want to spend the money to get fewer hard drives for that same storage.

  4. Possibly because supply chains are screwed up globally right now, which is leading to price instability. Sometimes the price goes up because goods are stuck on a ship in a queue.

  5. Hard disks and RAM capacities have a sweet spot at all times. They get cheaper per GB up to a point, then it starts going up again. For HDDs the sweet spot is around 4Tb currently, it’s the optimum capacity.

    The 6TB drive is an anomaly.

  6. In this case, notice that the 4tb and 8tb are through Prime, but the 6tb isn’t. I’d bet this is an alternate seller, so their prices aren’t in line with the others

  7. Just a guess but high stock level = lower price. Low stock level = higher price.

  8. I would guess price per tb goes up when you increase density. Regarding the 6tb, maybe it has more demand because many devices accept max 6tb hard drives (which is my case with a 5 6tb wd reds on tmaster nas).