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Old 22nd September 2017, 3:50 PM   #4771
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They called them deathstars for a reason
Seagates are awesome
WD reds are overpriced
IBM drives were the 'deathstars'. HGST drives are fantastic. Seagate have had several 'unfortunate' models over the last few years but they seem to be back on track. WD are just another brand.
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Old 22nd September 2017, 7:40 PM   #4772
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IBM drives were the 'deathstars'. HGST drives are fantastic. Seagate have had several 'unfortunate' models over the last few years but they seem to be back on track. WD are just another brand.
Yeah Hitachi fixed the firmware bug. Generally good drives Hitachi didn't follow them after wdc acquired the brand though.
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