Tiger Direct has the Seagate Desktop ST4000DM000 4TB 3.5" 5900rpm Internal Hard Drive for $140 - $30 off when you check out with MasterPass [Exp 11/9] - $20 rebate [Exp 11/7] = $90 with free shipping. Features a 64MB cache, 6.0Gb/s SATA interface, and AcuTrac servo technology.
$140 Retail: $210

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    wolderiii Ben's cred: 74
    Posted 10:20 am PST 11/5/14

    good price but will drive last. a lot of the reviews out there report DOA or failure within a year.

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    ElCheapo Ben's cred: 40
    Posted 6:00 pm PST 11/5/14

    You get what you pay for which is why Seagate is usually the cheapest.

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    TerminalFrost Ben's cred: 3
    Posted 10:50 pm PST 11/5/14

    All my drives are seagate and have never had one fail or DOA.

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    chobo91 Ben's cred: 2
    Posted 11:27 pm PST 11/5/14

    Is this a good price? Or should I wait for Black Friday and/or cyber monday?

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    humanclone1stgen Ben's cred: 1
    Posted 12:41 am PST 11/6/14

    I've got 4 of them running 24x7 in my NAS for over 2 years now, and knock on wood, they're still trucking along without issues.

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    pkn Ben's cred: 37
    Posted 4:43 am PST 11/6/14

    chobo91 wrote:
    Is this a good price? Or should I wait for Black Friday and/or cyber monday?

    I've been following the 4TB HDDs for the whole last year. This is the best price for this drive... by far. By $25-$30, actually. I doubt Black Friday/Cyber Monday would beat it.

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    wolderiii Ben's cred: 74
    Posted 6:33 am PST 11/6/14

    I agree this is a good price. but has anyone else noticed that almost all 3-4 TB drives have higher than avg failure ratings? even the WD green and reds i have seen lately have a lot of failures reported.
    3-4 TB is a lot of data to lose and it's expensive to mirror to protect against a failure... this drive at 90 may be the best bet to buy 2 and mirror so you can feel more comfortable with all that data on 1 drive.

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    Posted 11:26 am PST 11/6/14

    wolderiii wrote:
    I agree this is a good price. but has anyone else noticed that almost all 3-4 TB drives have higher than avg failure ratings? even the WD green and reds i have seen lately have a lot of failures reported. 3-4 TB is a lot of data to lose and it's expensive to mirror to protect against a failure... this drive at 90 may be the best bet to buy 2 and mirror so you can feel more comfortable with all that data on 1 drive.


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