Seagate IronWolf NAS SATA 6Gb/s NCQ 64MB Cache1 4TB
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- IronWolf internal hard drives are the ideal solution for up to 8-bay, multi-user NAS environments craving powerhouse performance
- Store more and work faster with a NAS-optimized hard drive providing 4TB and cache of up to 64MB
- Purpose built for NAS enclosures, IronWolf delivers less wear and tear, little to no noise/vibration, no lags or down time, increased file-sharing performance, and much more
- Easily monitor the health of drives using the integrated IronWolf Health Management system and enjoy long-term reliability with 1M hours MTBF
- Three-year limited warranty protection plan included
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Und falls jetzt jemand meint es liegt am Rechner / sata Port für die habe ich das 2. Bild beigefügt von einer ssd am gleichen Port.
Habe noch ein 3. Bild zugefügt dies zeigt die 6TB Variante der Seagate an dem gleichen Port.
The drive has onboard software that reports bytes read and written and extra stats which I havent looked into. My QNAP 451+ can read this data.
When my older drives die eventually I will replace them all with this, highly recommended.
UPDATE: after ordering I have noticed that is quite a bit more noisy than the WD hard drive it replaced. Not a big deal just means I have to close the door where my NAS is located.
UPDATE 2: the drive has started to rattle. It claims it's healthy. Not sure out the drive long term. Dropped another star.
6 months in. no issues.:)
As a product made in millions all HDDs like this are going to be pretty much of a muchness I think, so one review isn't going to influence your decision much I suspect. So why write one? Well I wanted to question/dispel a few concerns in other reviews on here.
Firstly the big one - the packing of these non retail boxed drives from Amazon was probably as good as it gets - well done someone. The boxes are marked as 'Seagate approved packaging' - not a retail box but solid and foam-filled. This box had drive model and serials printed on it. So as far as I can tell it originates in the factory. So no more scare stories about bare drives in bags (although I have experienced this myself too - years ago).
Secondly, these are very quiet. I've just thrashed a raided pair for about 24 hours solid copying across a fairly slow NAS and didn't notice noise or any excess temperature issues. They have running in total for about a week, so early time yes I admit, but waiting till I had a few years on them would hardly help you as the design would have changed by them no doubt. I'll come back and update if anything untoward happens.
Want more storage - don't we all - I should say buy with confidence.
Other than that, the disks are pretty loud whenever they're written to. It may be made worse due to the lack of the write cache since anything will cause the disk to write immediately.
I'll be sending these back and perhaps the Synology as well.
I have given the rating of 4 stars overall because there is a dearth of information about partitioning these large drives. Thankfully Rod Smith of RodsBooks was kind enough to give detailed information and a lot of his time to solve my problem.
Basically, the problem was how to set up partitions that where the partition boundary aligned with a physical sector boundary. Easy if you use Rod's gdisk software and read his work on partitions. Easily found on google. The problem arises because the physical sector size is 4096bytes but the logical sector size is 512 bytes. So to align the partition needs to start on a sector whose number is exactly divisible by 8. Rod's software suggests a default start of sector 2048 for the first partition and each subsequent partition needs to start on a sector whose number is exactly divisible by eight. Mercifully, gdisk offers a default start sector for second and subsequent partitions.
So why do I dock a star - because trying to find this simple information was hard and could be resolved by giving it with the disk or making it easy to find on the Seagate site.
Rückgabe an Amazon funktionierte vorbildlich.
Transfer speeds 98% of advertised speeds
This one I have in my home server nas and works great.
spindle speed aside this is a great drive for a nas. mine has been on for 4 days straight now and its keeping cool and still up and running.
@Amazon fx the listing before other buyers like me get disappointed after buying and loading it with personal data, i dont want to return it for an actual 7200 rpm drive after all my personal files are on it
I bought this because, well, I needed additional space. It's really sad nowadays we only have more or less two brands to choose from and this being one of 'em. Anyway, below are the [partial] tech specs for those who are interested. The extended self-test took roughly 17 hours. Also keep in mind that drives (8TB and above) does run a bit hotter than the small ones and heat is the nemesis for all magnetic drives so be sure you have sufficient cooling. Ideally, these drives should be kept below 35-40°C.
Hard Disk Model ID,ST12000VN0007-2GS116
Total Size,11444218 MB
Bytes Per Sector,4096 [Advanced Format]
Unformatted Capacity,11444224 MB
Current Acoustic Level,Default (00h)
Recommended Acoustic Level,Max performance and volume (FEh)
Nominal Media Rotation Rate,7200 RPM
Total Time To Complete Off-line Data Collection,584 seconds
Short Self-test Estimated Time,1 minutes
Extended Self-test Estimated Time,1086 minutes
Conveyance self-test estimated time,2 minutes
Last Short Self-test Result,Successfully Completed
Last Short Self-test Date,2019-12-12 03:57:10 PM
Last Short Self-test Duration,1 minutes
Last Extended Self-test Result,Successfully Completed
Last Extended Self-test Date,2019-12-13 09:25:49 AM
Last Extended Self-test Duration,"17 hours, 10 minutes"
Last Conveyance Self-test Result,Never Started
Last Conveyance Self-test Date,Never Started
Security Erase Time,1068 minutes
Security Enhanced Erase Feature,Supported
Security Enhanced Erase Time,1068 minutes
Security Counter Expired,No
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