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WD 12TB Elements Desktop Hard Drive $357.03 + Delivery (Free with Prime) @ Amazon US via AU

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Not the lowest I have seen but decent price.

Details
Brand Western Digital
Series Elements Desktop
Item Model Number WDBWLG0120HBK-NESN
Hardware Platform PC, Mac
Item Dimensions L x W x H 13.5 x 4.8 x 16.6 cm
Colour Black

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  • What’s the code for?

  • $10 off $39 Spend on Eligible Items for First Time App User via Amazon app

  • +2

    Aww shucks…. Apparently WD120EMAZ White Label inside

    • +2

      WD120EMFZ were in mine

      • same. Arrived today. Currently going through HD Sentinel now.

  • +6

    It’s been this price for weeks. Not a deal

  • bought one of these a few weeks ago for $341 delivered.. hope it drops further, need another 1 or 2.

  • Ordered a couple at $353ish. Hope it shucks good for a NAS.

  • +1

    I got one EMAZ and one EFAZ. The EFAZ seems to be marginally faster in CDM.

    • i got 2 emaz the other day it seems - passed testing, getting up to 187mb/s. what speeds you getting?

      • +1

        WD120EMAZ: sequential read/write 207.38/208.23 in first run; and 201.94/202.13 in second run.
        WD120EMFZ: sequential read/write 219.36/220.79

        This speed difference feels consistent with the HD Sentinel whereby it was going at around 199MB/s at the start, and is currently reporting 150MB/s as it nearly finishes the first full write surface test; whereas the EMFZ started at 200+ and near the end was hovering around the 160-170MB/s.

        I realise this is anecdotal and not a scientific test, and is done inside the USB enclosure, but I just found it interesting there was a diffference.

  • are these helium-filled?

    There was a 10TB on sale recently that was mentioned in the comments to be air-filled, fairly sure they don't make 12TB air-filled but just want to be sure?

    • I also was looking for a definitive answer but couldn't find one… that being said, I thought the 10TB air filled drives had a different model number/naming convention.