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New - 1Tb 5400Rpm 64Mb Sata 6 Gb/S, Wd Caviar Green - Wd10Ezrx

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Summary : Screen Size, Screen Resolution, Graphics Coprocessor, Graphics Card RAM
Hard Drive 1 TB
National Stock Number 7025-01-607-3661
Brand Name Western Digital
Item model number WD10EZRX
Item Weight 15.2 ounces
Product Dimensions 9.8 x 9.8 x 5.1 inches
Item Dimensions L x W x H 9.84 x 9.84 x 5.12 inches
Hard Drive Rotational Speed 5400 RPM

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ASIN B00769WETS
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Best Sellers Rank #7,793 in Computers & Accessories > Data Storage > Internal Hard Drives
Shipping Weight 1.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First Available February 21, 2012

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By Gene P. Louie TOP 500 REVIEWER on August 13, 2015
This hard drive has the highest value. For the size, it is the cheapest available. In fact, Ebay sells a 5TB unit for $130 via GoHardDrive. The unit is a "White Label," but it is Western Digital manufactured.
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On the other hand, it is not fast. Used as a storage unit, it is adequate. The drive's biggest problem is reliability. Since this hard drive's introduction in 2009, users have consistently reported premature failures and data corruption. These complaints were well warranted, for the manufacturer has shorten the life cycle of this computer component by design.
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The source of the problem is Western Digital's attempt to make the device "more green" - use less electricity. One way to accomplish this goal is to park the heads on a plastic pad after eight seconds of no read/write requests instead of allowing them to float over the spinning platters of the hard drive. This adds up to 10,800 cycles each day. The numerous scrapings gradually wears out the heads. According to some literature, 250,000 to 1,250,000 cycles will result in damage that will lead to read/write errors. If you do the math, data corruption will begin within 23.148 to 115.741 days if you are employing the hard drive on a heavily used server. Regular consumers will not notice read/write problems until later. Some WD drives reported 3,000 to 5,000 cycles per day. At this rate, the first instances of data corruption will begin within 83.33 to 250 days.
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From my experience, early data loss will not be noticed by the average user. There are no signs of trouble if work files are not accessed, edited, and save. With numerous usages, lost sectors on the hard drive appear and indexes become corrupted. Then, damages become apparent.
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This hard drive has the highest value. For the size, it is the cheapest available. In fact, Ebay sells a 5TB unit for $130 via GoHardDrive. The unit is a "White Label," but it is Western Digital manufactured.
.
On the other hand, it is not fast. Used as a storage unit, it is adequate. The drive's biggest problem is reliability. Since this hard drive's introduction in 2009, users have consistently reported premature failures and data corruption. These complaints were well warranted, for the manufacturer has shorten the life cycle of this computer component by design.
.
The source of the problem is Western Digital's attempt to make the device "more green" - use less electricity. One way to accomplish this goal is to park the heads on a plastic pad after eight seconds of no read/write requests instead of allowing them to float over the spinning platters of the hard drive. This adds up to 10,800 cycles each day. The numerous scrapings gradually wears out the heads. According to some literature, 250,000 to 1,250,000 cycles will result in damage that will lead to read/write errors. If you do the math, data corruption will begin within 23.148 to 115.741 days if you are employing the hard drive on a heavily used server. Regular consumers will not notice read/write problems until later. Some WD drives reported 3,000 to 5,000 cycles per day. At this rate, the first instances of data corruption will begin within 83.33 to 250 days.
.
From my experience, early data loss will not be noticed by the average user. There are no signs of trouble if work files are not accessed, edited, and save. With numerous usages, lost sectors on the hard drive appear and indexes become corrupted. Then, damages become apparent.
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