485 reviews
Be prepared for a headache
April 05, 2011
I built a 12 TB array (RAID6) out of these (yes, not the best drive for the job but also not for a critical business environment), so I n...
Chris J. · Review provided by newegg.com
All things come to he who still has a Newegg return period!
April 24, 2011
This illustrates that (1) the drives indeed have a high % defect rate from manufacturing, (2) QA for these disks need improvement, (3) yo...
Douglas M. · Review provided by newegg.com
No longer in an exclusive relationship with Seagate
October 20, 2010
Bought a pair of these to go into a Synology NAS box. Of the first two, one was DOA. The second one was able to be partitioned on my NAS ...
Jeremy H. · Review provided by neweggbusiness.com
Good Drives...If You Are Patient!
March 05, 2011
I purchased 4 of these along with a Thecus N4100PRO NAS for a RAID5 Media Solution. 3 of the 4 had bad sectors, but Newegg advanced 4 new...
C S. · Review provided by neweggbusiness.com
commodity - buy 'em in pairs
April 23, 2015
Out of the two bought 11/2009, one failed 3/2015, the other, being mirrored, lasted long enough to transfer the backup content over. Repl...
Michael K. · Review provided by neweggbusiness.com
Very weird
January 23, 2010
All of a sudden it started functioning correctly. No clicks, no lags on the pc. The only thing I did to the hard drive was turn it horizo...
Matthew P. · Review provided by newegg.com
October 11, 2010
Power consumption is moderate...not the worst but not the best. All manufacturers ship some amount of DOA or early failure drives. I don'...
Arthur R. · Review provided by neweggbusiness.com
3 / 4 of drives good.... 1 defective.
September 17, 2010
When you get one of these drives that works, it will keep working (high chance). But keep in mind, that when you first get these drives, ...
Anonymous · Review provided by newegg.com
20% DOA rate with these drives!
December 10, 2010
I have also had a high failure rate with the 2 TB Green drives from another manufacturer, so I don't know that there is any good alternat...
Janet E. · Review provided by neweggbusiness.com
March 04, 2011
I tend to stick with Seagate. However, it seems WD is more quick to put out higher capacity with less issues. However, I'm also noticing ...
Anonymous · Review provided by neweggbusiness.com
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