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3TB vs 4TB WD Red (WDx0EFRX)

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oj88

(Sigh) It's that time again to add another drive. Capacity aside, are there other technical considerations that I should look out for when choosing between the two?

 

I already have four 3TB Reds and they have been in their best behavior since new. Did it change for the better or worse on the 4TB version of the EFRX?

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oj88

Thanks!

 

I guess it's all green to get the 4TB Red.

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jmwills

I presume you are running some sort of pooling application in order to mix and match these 3 & 4 TB drives

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oj88

(checks sig).. Yepp, I have Drive Bender. :D

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ikon

I think jmwills eyes, like mine, simply glaze over when they see a sig line ;)

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jmwills

I don't read sig lines.

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timekills

I don't read sig lines.

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Me neither.

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jmwills

Didn't say I don't use them. Everyone's a comedian.

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Poppapete

LOL

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