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Seagate 4TB IronWolf NAS SATA Hard Drive 6Gb/s 256MB Cache 3.5-Inch Internal Hard Drive for NAS Servers, Personal Cloud Storage (ST4000VN008), Silver
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|Digital Storage Capacity||4 TB|
|Hard Disk Interface||Unknown|
|Hard Disk Form Factor||3.5 Inches|
|Hard Disk Description||Hybrid Drive|
|Hard Disk Size||4 TB|
|Hard Disk Rotational Speed||5900 RPM|
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- Ironwolf internal Hard drives are the ideal solution for up to 8-Bay, multi-user NAS environments craving powerhouse performance
- Store more and work faster with a nas-optimized hard drive providing 4Tb and Cache of up to 64MB
- Purpose built for NAS enclosures, IronWolf delivers less wear and tear, little to no noise/vibration, no lags or down time, increased file-sharing performance, and much more
- Easily monitor the health of drives using the integrated IronWolf health management system and enjoy long-term reliability with 1M hours MTBF
- Three-year limited warranty protection plan included
- system ram type: ddr4_sdram
- operating system: PC
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|Digital Storage Capacity||4 TB||4 TB||4 TB||4 TB||4 TB||8 TB|
|Hard Disk Rotational Speed||5900 rpm||5900 rpm||7200 rpm||5400 rpm||7200 rpm||7200 rpm|
|Hard Disk Size||4 TB||4 TB||4 TB||4 TB||4 TB||8000|
|Hard Disk Form Factor||3.50 inches||3.50 inches||3.50 inches||3.50 inches||3.50 inches||3.50 inches|
|Hardware Interface||SATA 6.0 Gb/s||SATA 6.0 Gb/s||SATA 6.0 Gb/s||SATA 6.0 Gb/s||SATA 6.0 Gb/s||SATA 6.0 Gb/s|
|Item Dimensions||0.23 x 0.16 x 0.04 inches||5.79 x 4.01 x 1.03 inches||5.79 x 4.01 x 1.03 inches||5.79 x 4 x 1.03 inches||5.79 x 4 x 1.03 inches||5.79 x 4 x 1.03 inches|
|Item Weight||1.34 lbs||1.43 lbs||1.50 lbs||1.32 lbs||1.53 lbs||1.50 lbs|
From the manufacturer
The Superior NAS Drive
Be tough. Be ready.
Optimized for NAS with AgileArray, IronWolf enterprise-class hard drives are built to be always on, always working in NAS enclosures with RAID up to 8 bays.
Scalable for NAS
IronWolf Drives Are Right for Home, SOHO, and Small- to Medium Sized Business
IronWolf and IronWolf Pro are built alongside NAS vendors to help ensure compatibility.
Drive Health Monitoring
IronWolf Health Management automatically displays prevention, intervention, and recovery options.
7200-RPM Performance Delivered
Choose low capacity IronWolf drives with 5900 RPM; 7200 RPM retrieves your data even faster.
NAS-optimized with AgileArray firmware, IronWolf drives are built for multi-user environments.
Work Smart. Play Smarter.
Connected for Home
Built for connected homes and multi-user environments, IronWolf can handle your data backup and streaming media content.
Get more done! IronWolf-equipped NAS are built to handle collaborative projects and workloads.
Boost Business Growth
IronWolf drives help enable business growth with IronWolf Health Management.
Choose the Right NAS Drive for You
1- to 8-bay NAS systems for home, small office, and small business
NAS systems for small office, creative pros, and small to medium enterprise
Large scale-out NAS environments, cloud data storage, enterprise backup/restore
# of Bays
1- to 8-bay NAS
# of Bays
up to 24-bay NAS
# of Bays
1 to 14TB
2 to 14TB
up to 12TB
4TB to 14TB
4TB to 14TB
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Rescue data recovery services
2 years included
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Purpose built for multi user NAS environments, IronWolf is perfect for teams needing to store more and work faster. Designed for up to 8 bays and featuring 4TB and speeds of up to 180MB/s, these internal hard drives are specifically built for less wear and tear, little to no noise/vibration, no lags or down time, increased file sharing performance, and lower power consumption. Easily monitor the health of hard drives using the integrated IronWolf Health Management system and enjoy long term reliability with 1M hours MTBF and the included three year limited warranty protection plan. Environmental/Temperature : Operating (ambient, min °C) = 5, Operating (drive case, max °C)2 = 70, Non-operating (ambient, min °C) = -40, Non-operating (ambient max °C) = 70 and Halogen-free = Yes.
Reviewed in the United States on June 10, 2018
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Seagate has done a lot to improve the reliability of their drives in order to stay competitive in this market. I felt confident in my purchase, and I still do.
The last (2) Hard Drives I put in this Synology NAS were 1TB WD Blacks. Both of the failed immediately out of the box and had to be RMA'd (purchased from Newegg). I know black wasn't correct for NAS, but at the time I purchased the NAS I wasn't exactly flush with cash so I bought what I could afford. I left them as separate volumes with no RAID or JBOD, that way if one failed only the data on it would be lost. Both of the replacement WD Blacks have lasted since December 2012. One of them will now only write at 12MB/s, but is otherwise okay, and the other one is in perfect working order. Over the years the data on those drives become more and more important. I decided that it was time to upgrade to a decent capacity and to go RAID 1 for redundancy data protection.
The Synology took almost a full day per drive to perform it's initialization and error checking process but both of these Seagate 4TB Ironwolf drives work flawlessly. They operate quiet as well.
The only con is the write speeds. The WD Blacks I had were 7200rpm and the 4TB version of the Seagate Ironwolf is only 5900RPM. I've got gigabit Ethernet and other than the drives, no other variables have changed. The fully functioning WD black I could write on, from my PC over the wired network, to the tune of about 20MB/s. The weak WD Black could only write about 12MB/s. The Ironwolf is 10MB/s. Now it should be noted that before the WD Blacks were individual volumes and not in RAID. These Ironwolf drives are in RAID 1 so that may cause a little slow-down on the write speeds I suppose.
I'd recommend, to anyone who could afford it, to get this drive in either the 6TB (because it's 128MB cache and 7200rpm) or 8+TB (because it's 256MB cache and 7200rpm). If you're like me, and money is a consideration and you're willing to sacrifice a little speed to get a better dollar to terabyte value then you really can't go wrong with the Seagate Ironwolf 4TB (lower capacities not a better value at current $:TB).
Edit 12-30-16: I'm not really sure what happened because I haven't changed anything but the consistent write speed of a large video file (3GB+) is about 19MB/s and smaller files (like 300MB) are like 22-25MB/s. Obviously the initial burst is higher, but this is what the data transfer speed drops to once it settles down.
1. This is a nice home or small business Drive for a NAS (Network Attached Storage) system. It has good size (4TB) and it is reasonably priced for the size. The data transfer rate is excellent and the memory is reasonable for the drive size.
2. The drive runs cool compared to other NAS drives I have had by about 5 degrees. This is a nice feature when you are putting 8 of these things into an enclosure as the heat adds up. Since most of the NAS units out there have fans that are controlled by heat, having less of it means the fans run slower and thus the unit is quieter.
3. While the listing shows that this drive is a 7200RPM drive, the documentation on the Seagate Website states differently. It shows the drive speed as 5900 RPM. You can look at this two ways. Because it is running slower, it generally uses less power and creates less heat. Because it is running slower, it will not be able to access data as fast. So, you have to decide which attribute is more important to you.
4. With respect to noise, I do not hear any noise from this drive when it is in its enclosure. So, i am not sure why there is a comment on the site that states this drive is noisy because it is one of the quietist drives I have used.
5. Having a drive that is designed specifically for a NAS is important due to the vibrations that multiple drives mounted next to each other can create. Those vibrations can induce errors into the read/write functions which it NOT a good thing. I have done multiple large file transfers into and out of this unit (1TB size) and everything has worked perfectly and remains quiet.
While I did remove a star for conflicting information about drive speed, this drive does appear to deliver and so far runs and works great. Time will tell if it really is reliable or not. Obviously, that is not something that I can comment on yet. However, I was impressed enough with the drive that I did order 7 more drives through Amazon to set my entire NAS (8 bay unit) up with these drives. All of the drives are working perfectly and I do expect that they will continue to do so. While this unit does not carry the 5 year warranty that a Enterprise rated drive would, the 3 year warranty is sufficient for me for my small business. I would recommend these drives if you have a NAS and you are looking for drives for it.
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My first review got rejected. Lets see what happens.
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These drives have the full warranty, I registered them soon as I got them, little tip, when you get ANY HDDs to save yourself problems down the road take pictures of the sticker so you have that info available for entering warranty details. I also use it for identifying drives if they fail, as the picture is named sda for example in freenas OS, then I know is is the first SATA connection drive... and I can locate that info on the seagate warranty page for requesting RMA for example. Hopefully it'll be a while before that happens as these drives are supposed to have a pretty good MTBF and amount of data writes per year.
As a side note: of my remaining 3 drives that I installed 5 days ago, one of them has started outputting data transfer errors for different sectors on the disk. I'm trying to identify the problem at the moment, but according to the literature that accompanied my NAS, this may also be indicative of a faulty drive. So basically of the 4 drives that I bought, 1 was DOA and the other might not last until the end of the week...