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WD Re drives 27000 hours and still going. Linux has numerous versions. Get your use case information straight before you criticize. You should not use this "statistical report' to make informed buying decisions or to tell and convince me to. get redirected here
And in this particular application, performance is probably not as important as reliability. Hardware & Devices Our Sites Site Links About Us Find Us Vista Forums Eight Forums Ten Forums Help Me Bake Network Status Contact Us Legal Privacy and cookies Windows 7 Forums Just a tiny bump at just the right time and angle = goodbye HDD. What is makes me kind of wonder is that, how WD become the worst HDD manufacturer from the best. 15 years ago they were on the top, if you had a
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Historically, hard drives usually failed in batches. You cant ship a computer unless you can get an OS to load onto it. Please click here to read the September 2014 post. I forgot I still have a 300GB portable Seagate HDD, so far it still works, maybe I'm just one of the few lucky ones.
If the MTBF for X300's is say 500K and the load/ unload is 100K…WOW this would be a huge concern considering the present norm is 1,000,000 and 300K respectively. ohh the painful memories –Zypher♦ Jun 25 '09 at 22:04 2 I think DeathStars were IBM. –Notmyfault Jun 25 '09 at 23:27 1 They were manufactured by Hitachi and This wasn't a mistake. Most Reliable External Hard Drive 2016 Both techniques have a concept of a drive not syncing or staying synced with the other member drives in its group A different look at Hard Drive Stats We publish the
But at the other end of the scale it's obviously more cost effective to dedicate resources to managing cheaper drives wiith a shorter life cycle. Hgst Hard Drive Tune My Heart Lord Jesus I have 4-5 failed Seagate drives that contain irreplaceable data, some of which may have been backed up onto Seagate drive(s) that also failed. Drives by Manufacturer The drives in the datacenter come from 4 manufacturers. Indeed, that is your trolling.
In that case, I'll just stick with WDC and HGST. Seagate Vs Western Digital External Hard Drive If you knew, then you would understand that there can't be an obsession. Would you approach me at a meeting screaming "You do not have a PhD!" No, I do not, and I never said that I did. I still do backups nyuk nyuk nyuk!
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Oh and HGST is now a WD company. Hitachi have always been good for us too. Most Reliable Hard Drive 2016 It has to do with what is available for us to buy at what price. Most Reliable Hard Drive Brand where's the QA 25 Aug 2013 #1 zapp22 Windows XP Pro SP3, Windows 7 Pro 32-bit, Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit, Windows XP Home SP3 754 posts Tejas, northern Mexico
Mr.Flying Zoom3rz Samsung drives were nice, but only if you want to live with their extremely annoying famous "hum" sound by every 2 second! http://openfeedback.org/hard-drive/are-my-hard-drives-too-cold.php Andy Klein We buy drives via the reseller channel. Does that mean I will never buy another? Unlimited data. $5/month. Hgst External Hard Drive
It also could be that external drives have different packaging and handling characteristics. It would certainly mean something if it's found that, for example, there is only a 1% annual failure rate for Seagate drives manufactured in Thailand (TK), with the remaining 15% in I found them new in ebay for US$140. useful reference If they weren't HP, Dell, EMC, NetApp wouldn't use them in their products.
Thanks for playing. Hds5c3030ala630 We don't mind drive failures, in-fact, we design our back-end around them -> https://www.backblaze.com/blog/vault-cloud-storage-architecture/, so for us the price is really the key component. Not that his only experience was in 1987.
If you use this report to make buying decisions then you are a fool.
Western Digital's 3TB drives fail far more often than HGST's, while Seagate's 4TB drives have a much higher failure rate than its 6TB drives.Backblaze has explained before that it can tolerate The HGST 4TB drives, while showing exceptionally low failure rates, are no longer available having been replaced with higher priced, higher performing models. If one drive fails, the data can still be obtained from the others. Hms5c4040ble640 DezzNutz Well.
Let’s take a look at what these hard drives have been up to. Over the years I have repaired many laptops and whenever I see a Seagate drive it's usually failing. I still see very old 7200.11 Seagate HDUs running with no bad sectors on many PCs I installed years ago despite a quite high power on hours. http://openfeedback.org/hard-drive/hard-drives-disappear.php This field is required Join No Spam.
Seagate obviously needs to improve their quality. I have only had one fail (western digital drive) and that was after I dropped it. Most big scale operations have been using consumer level HDDs, they just use smart software. massau so reliability is relative to the application.
Mac or PC. I have drives from 2001 that still work fine. Also I am building an 8 bay NAS for media streaming and file shares. Its a rock solid hdd with 3 year warranty.
John This is mis-information propaganda from seagate. To compute annual failure rates, Backblaze compares failures per "drive-years of service", which is the number of each type of drive they have multiplied by years of service – simple, eh? So I... First one was Seagate and the second one was Western Digital.
marvin nubwaxer didn't they call the hitachi desk star "death star" i'm hoping the results also apply to portable drives because i might want one of those soon. Hard drive technology back then was much different than it is now. Even the sample size difference between HGST and Seagate of 36% is enough to question the actual results. 3) Using power on hours as a reliability metric(yes the drives are warrantied Zeratul Zum "Samsung’s hard drive division was acquired by Seagate in 2011" Well, that explains those failure rates.
TrueNorth_Steve I agree with what you are saying.. My System Specs Computer type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Custom Build OS Win 7 Ultimate 64 bit CPU Intel i7-3930K Motherboard ASUS P9X79 WS Memory Kingston HyperX Genesis 32GB Kit (8x4GB ender Love your work guys, really awesome reading here. Shipping was the primary cause of the drives received being issue-prone at that time.
So, carry on. *grins* Chris It is a sad shame this article does not show the failure rate of brand new drives that fail upon opening the packaging and connecting them