Seagate IronWolf, 8TB, Enterprise Internal NAS HDD - CMR 3.5 Inch, SATA 6GB/s, 5,400 RPM, 256 MB Cache for RAID NAS, Rescue Services - Frustration Free Packaging (ST8000VN002)
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This change of mind return policy is in addition to, and does not affect your rights under the Australian Consumer Law including any rights you may have in respect of faulty items. To return faulty items see our Returning Faulty Items policy. I'm shopping for 8TB HDD and have found two models of Seagate IronWolf drives that appear to be identical yet have different part numbers. Would someone know what the difference is between them? Qotom Pfsense|100mbps FTTH | Win11, Ryzen 5600X Desktop (1x2tb Crucial P50 Plus M.2 SSD, 1x 8tb seagate Ironwolf,1x 4tb HGST Ultrastar 7K4000)
According to specifications, ST8000NE0004 (as does the 10 TB version) use much less power than ST8000NE0021... Despite the larger capacity, Seagate actually managed to create a drive that draws less power than the smaller 8TB brother which is quite impressive. More storage at lower power consumption while still running with a 7200RPM spindle speed, that’s something no one can argue against. Noise wise you won’t hear the drive either once it has been built into your setup. During heavy random operations, you can hear the moving parts, that’s a given, but during sequential operations it’s silent and you won’t notice it at all. And those are the kind of operations that the drive is built for and will be used for. http://www.eteknix.com/seagate-ironwolf ... review/10/ Main Server] QNAP TS-877 (QTS) w. 4tb [ 3x HGST Deskstar NAS & 1x WD RED NAS ] EXT4 Raid5 & 2 x m.2 SATA Samsung 850 Evo raid1 +16gb ddr4 Crucial+ QWA-AC2600 wireless+QXP PCIEWhat could the explanation be? Less disk platters could reduce the power consumption but it's hard understand that the 10 TB would also have less disk platters. anyway here is a promo video ( no i did not get paid for this, i wish ) which points out the ironwolf features. the pro series that comes with 2 years access to their data recovery service this is in addition to their regular warranty, 3 yrs for ironwolf (no data recovery service), and 5 for the pro version (with)
Hi, thank you for asking for clarification here. The reason for this is that we transitioned from the ST8000NE0021 to a newer product, the ST8000NE0004, with the power consumption optimizations that were already mentioned here, and the ST8000NE0021 drive was EOL'd (End-of-Lifed). Does anybody know what the difference is between the two different Seagate Ironwolf Pro 8 TB disk models? P3R wrote:Does anybody know what the difference is between the two different Seagate Ironwolf Pro 8 TB disk models?QNAP Work: TS-809U-PR 8x WD GREEN 2TB RAID 10 QTS 4.2.2 | TS-809U-RP 8x WD RE4 2TB Raid 6 QTS 4.2.2 SYNOLOGY Personal: DS1812+ (3GB) 8x WD RED 3TB Raid 5 DSM 6.0.2 | CS407 4x WD GREEN 1TB Raid 5 DSM 3.1
The IronWolf NAS HDD is based off of AgileArray, a technology that helps optimize the drive’s reliability and system agility. Seagate claims that it promotes drive balance due to its rotational vibration sensors, RAID optimization using error recovery control, and advanced power management to save on energy costs.
IronWolf internal hard drives are the ideal solution for up to 8-bay, multi-user NAS environments craving powerhouse performance This change of mind return policy is in addition to, and does not affect your rights under the Australian Consumer Law including any rights you may have in respect of faulty items.