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Seagate 10TB BarraCuda Pro 7200RPM SATA 6GB/s 256MB Cache 3.5-Inch Internal Hard Drive (ST10000DM0004)
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- Upgrade your storage and performance
- Store all your games, music, movies and more with up to 10TB of storage
- Access your data faster thanks to 7200 RPM speed and SATA 6Gb/s interface
- Get the best 5-year limited warranty in its class
- Enjoy peace of mind with Seagate’s Rescue Data Recovery Plan, standard on BarraCuda Pro
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- Desktop or all-in-one PCs.
- Home servers.
- Creative pros systems.
- Entry-level direct-attached storage devices (DAS).
No-Compromise Capacity and Speed
Versatile, fast and dependable, the BarraCuda Pro drives are the latest generation of an ultra-reliable product family spanning 20 years. Backed by a 5-year limited warranty and a standard 2-year Rescue Data Recovery plan.
Store data faster. 7200 RPM spindle speeds, up to 256MB cache, and the SATA 6Gb/s interface deliver up to 220MB/s maximum sustained transfer rate.
Store It All
BarraCuda Pro leads the PC Compute market with the largest storage options available—up to 10TB. Store more games, movies and music than ever before on a single drive. Keep up to 10,000 1080p HD movies on 10TB.
Minimal Power, Maximum Reliability
- Lowest power management for 3.5 inch performance desktop drives, as low as 6.8W.
- 5-year limited warranty.
- 300TB/yr workload.
- 24x7 recommended usage.
Dependability You Can Count On
Creative pros and performance PC users alike can enjoy peace of mind when protecting their data. With BarraCuda Pro, you can have confidence in the 5-year limited warranty plus a Rescue Data Recovery Plan1, just in case of unexpected data loss due to accidents or mechanical damage.
Purchase and register a BarraCuda Pro drive to activate your free Rescue plan, and you will be covered for 2 years.
*Rescue recovery services not available in all countries. Please contact your Seagate sales representative for further details.
|Ideal For||Home and business computing: versatility and reliability for desktop systems and laptops||Creative professionals, PC enthusiasts, and home and business computing where conditions demand higher capacity, better performance and longer warranty||Gaming systems, video editing, power computing: 5x faster than standard HDDs, more capacity than SSDs|
|Capacity||Up to 4TB||Up to 10TB||Up to 2TB|
|Key Feature||Versatility||Maximum capacity and higher speeds||Flash-enhanced for higher performance|
|Form Factor||3.5 inch desktop||3.5 inch desktop||3.5 inch desktop|
|Data Recovery and Rescue Plan||Optional||Included for 2 years with hard drive registration (seagate.com/register)||Optional|
|Limited Warranty||3 years||5 years||5 years|
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|Cache Memory Installed Size||256 MB||8,256||256||128|
|Hard Disk Rotational Speed||7,200 rpm||7,200 rpm||—||5,900 rpm|
|Hard-Drive Size||10 TB||2 TB||10 TB||8 TB|
|Hard Disk Form Factor||3.5 in||3.5 in||3.5 in||3.5 in|
|Hardware Connectivity||SATA 6.0 Gb/s||SATA 6.0 Gb/s||SATA 6.0 Gb/s||SATA 6.0 Gb/s|
|Item Dimensions||4.01 x 5.79 x 1.03 in||4 x 5.79 x 1.03 in||4 x 5.8 x 1 in||5.78 x 1.02 x 4 in|
|Item Weight||1.4 lbs||1.2 lbs||1.5 lbs||1.4 lbs|
Versatile, fast, and dependable, the fierce Seagate BarraCuda Pro drives are the latest generation of a super-reliable product family spanning 20 years. Featuring industry-best capacities up to 10TB and incredible 7200 RPM performance. BarraCuda Pro drives also come standard with a Seagate Rescue Data Recovery Plan for worry-free data protection.
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CrystalDiskMark 5.1.2 x64 (C) 2007-2016 hiyohiyo
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* MB/s = 1,000,000 bytes/s [SATA/600 = 600,000,000 bytes/s]
* KB = 1000 bytes, KiB = 1024 bytes
Sequential Read (Q= 32,T= 1) : 148.946 MB/s
Sequential Write (Q= 32,T= 1) : 111.386 MB/s
Random Read 4KiB (Q= 32,T= 1) : 1.866 MB/s [ 455.6 IOPS]
Random Write 4KiB (Q= 32,T= 1) : 1.163 MB/s [ 283.9 IOPS]
Sequential Read (T= 1) : 147.841 MB/s
Sequential Write (T= 1) : 126.389 MB/s
Random Read 4KiB (Q= 1,T= 1) : 0.834 MB/s [ 203.6 IOPS]
Random Write 4KiB (Q= 1,T= 1) : 1.283 MB/s [ 313.2 IOPS]
Test : 100 MiB [E: 7.1% (45.0/634.7 GiB)] (x3) [Interval=5 sec]
Date : 2016/11/14 14:22:50
OS : Windows 10 [10.0 Build 14393] (x64)
Attached is a benchmark for added substance.
Sounds simple enough right? Every other company gives you a handy dandy executable that does it all for you. You run it, reboot, it flashes your FW, and you go about your business. At worst, you have to make a CD or something and just follow the prompts when you boot. Make way for Seagate. Consumer friendly is far from their target here. Get ready to read 15 pages of instruction on linux based SSH commands. Just to flash your FW. And after you finish reading them, marvel at the fact that even that doesn't help you figure out this ridiculous firmware installation. The vague documents and useless PDF give you information about everything you ever wanted to know about how Seagate's tools work. Except a translation on what you need and where it goes. Even more confusing to the user is that the boot tool they give you is linux based and will throw you off. Thanks to the stupid PDF you're led to believe you should be using SeaChest for Windows, and that the drives should be displayed in a Windows format in line with SeaChest (PDx instead of /dev/ sgX). And here's where my troubles began. This confusion is compounded by the many emails I sent back and forth with Seagates garbage customer service.
Back and forth my emails went asking about how to decipher this stuff, and every time I received some canned response that was of little help. First they said to look at the firmware download FAQ. (Yeah..) This FAQ not even remotely the same procedure as the one needed for this drive. Then it was basically "use SeaChest command lines". SeaChest wasn't included in the download. I included a screenshot attachement of what it boots to. Fast forward to some guy telling me to use this link. The link was invalid and returned an expired certificate for the firmware. Lovely. All the while when I would in very great detail explain to them that it's linux based, and that I just wanted to know if the firmware it gave me was the right one and how to use it. This is a very difficult question for their Customer support. A question that was never answered.
Searching the net myself, because I'm supposed to be the IT professional here, or at least they expect me to, because they sure as heck are not, I found some thread with other people trying to decipher Seagates firmware instructions and getting no help from their customer service (lol). Some tech guru mentioned the Seaflashlin tool, despite being for linux, works with Windows drives. Ignore all the instructions, they make no sense. And so, I'm going to explain HOW you actually do it in hopes that this will help people who are now in my position.
The firmware download gives you 3 folders:
command line tools
>Go into firmware, rename the MakaraPlusDTHDDSATA-STD-512E-DN03.LOD file to DN03.LOD
[This is for the 8TB pro drive, btw. If yours has a diff firmware .lod file, just rename it to whatever the firmware is called, just shorter and easier to type. My old firmware was DN02, so logically, the "DN03" in the long filename is the next firmware version.]
>Go into bootable tools, run the USBbootBuilder-16_Kernel4.3.0-SeaFlashLin-046.USBsetup.exe file executable. Make sure you have a USB flash drive on hand, you'll be creating a USB boot drive to boot with. Follow the instructions on the program, have it create the drive. Then, copy the DN03 (or w/e yours is called) that we just renamed into the root directory of the USB boot it made.
>restart your computer, then press F11 or whatever you need to in order to get to the boot menu.
>boot from your USB flash drive.
It will spam a bunch of crap at you, let it do it's thing, and let it do its auto script as well. You should arrive at section that displays all of your computers drives, their serial numbers, and corresponding firmware versions.
Here's an example:
ATA /dev/sg0 MN: ST94813AS SN: 3AA043KP FW: 3.03
SATA /dev/sg1 MN: ST1000NM0011 SN: ZAA15VAS FW: SN03
You should see something similar. Find out which drive is the one you want to flash. Be extremely careful not to select the wrong drive. Don't worry too much about this. You have to manually type it in to flash it, so unless you literally screw it up with your own hands, nothing will go wrong by accidentally hitting enter or something. For example, if the HDD with your serial number is /dev/sg0, then your drive is drive 0.
>Now, we'll put in some linux commands to flash your new (probably refurbished) Seagate drive.
Type in without the quotation marks:
This will display all your drives.
Next, with the X in sgX being the number of your correct drive, and without parantheses:
"seaflashlin -d /dev/sgX -f (firmware name that we renamed).LOD"
An example would be:
seaflashlin -d /dev/sg0 -f DN03.LOD
That's literally it. It'll spam some dots and it should be successful. If not, try again, or rest in peace if you flashed the wrong drive. Please triple check the name of your Seagate drive and it's serial number so you know exactly which of the sgX listing numbers is for that drive in the list.
I give this product 1 star just because the drive works. Who can say whether it lasts, I just know I will hate the day it fails and I have to go through their customer support again. You can even see almost everyone who gave it a low rating got a manufacturer's response. But the funny part is that the response is a canned response for every low rating review. One of the reviews basically says that their customer support ignores him when asking to clarify the firmware update process, and that Seagate doesn't care about their customers. Seagate's response? "Contact customer support." LOL. Just like the emails you send them, they don't read the reviews either. Just send out whatever canned response there is to fulfill their email quotas and move on.
Ordered 2 of these drives, both showed up and had issues. One was DOA and one was throwing SMART errors within 7 days.
Initiated replacement on DOA drive first and that came in and works normally. Initiated replacement on second drive once smart errors were found.
Replacement for second drive came in, appears to work but has checksum issues and a lot of IO errors. SMART failures appear this time within 2 days. Issued replacement for the replacement with hopes i'll get a good one now.
My suspicion at this point is possibly a bad run from the manufacturer causing me to get repeated failed drives. I've ordered a lot of hard drives not only for personal use but at work and it's abnormal to continue getting bad drives repeatedly. If it wasn't for Amazon's amazing return policies I would be worse off.
We apologize for the problems experienced with your 4TB BarraCuda drives, as this is not typical or expected. If you should have any questions or concerns regarding your replacement drive, please contact us directly so we may help find the root cause and an available solution:
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My issues though:
Reports 8MB of cache in any program. It's supposed to have 64.Read more