WD Capacity for G-Technology G-DRIVEProducts with 18TB, Ultrastar Enterprise-Class Drives

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    Ottoz New Member

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    Super expensive, Main target looks like apple boys with big pockets and lack of common sense. Looking G-SPEED Shuttle XL with Thunderbolt 3 with 32TB. 2 x 16TB hdd is around $900, the gadget cost 3,900. So we are paying $3,000 for a case with. You are better building your own PC with handle with space for 8 HDD. That will cost you around $1,000 and if you very low in specs probably $500, install linux ZFS and you save a ton of money enough to fill that PC with 144TB
     
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    schmidtbag Ancient Guru

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    Imagine how long it would take to backup one of these.
     
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    Yeah, this makes no sense anymore.
    If speed is 150MB/s this ends up at 16 hours. Best best case!
    I have 12TB IronWolfs and copy from M.2 onto is at 180MB/s
     

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    150MB/s? You are wrong there mate. These WD drives will copy at a sustained 250MB/s. My WD Purple 12TB does 230MB/s. Why did you buy Seagate specifically?
     

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