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[Refurb] Seagate Enterprise Capacity v7 ST12000NM0127 - 12 TB Hard Drive $209.08 Delivered @ Amazon Germany via Amazon AU

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Brand: Seagate
Seagate Enterprise Capacity v7 ST12000NM0127 - Hard Drive - 12 TB - Internal - 3.5" - SATA 6Gb/s - 7200 RPM - 256MB Cache (Refurbished)

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  • -7

    If you value your data, stay away from refurb hard drives

    • +18

      if you value your data, use raid and backup
      if you value your data, use raid and backup
      if you value your data, use raid and backup

      (this comment has raid, and I've stored an offsite backup of it on two different types of media :) )

      • +5


        mirroring via a cloud service across a few different devices is also reasonable for the average person.

        • if you value your data, use raid and backup

          RESTORE: OK


    • New is not always better. Remember IBM Deathstar?

      • +2

        I member!

      • I had a Deathstar for 10years, never a problem,, I initially worried about it but it was fine,There was a firmware update that “fixed” them. I also never suffered the click of death with Zip drives.

        Sometimes fears are overhyped.

        But I would never buy a “refurb” enterprise drive!!!

    • Thank you for the link.
      I bought one to connect to Windows PC.
      It seems to be good value per TB. I hope it is shuckable.

    • Is it possible to reformat for windows use?

      • I don't believe reformating would be necessary as Windows 11 supports exFAT.

      • Should be.

        Never seen a drive you can't format.

      • Thanks for everyone's comments

      • +1

        I have received the drive.
        Super easy to shuck. It is a 12 TB Seagate Enterprise ST12000NM0127.

  • All those Chia mined drives 😱

    • At least on enterprise drives, thats probably the lightest load you could ask for.

      Chia gives a few seconds of break, regularly, something like a busy SQL database, or even hosting a semi popular website can thrash 24/7.

  • +4
    • Smoking hot price. Too good to be true?

    • Care Instructions: Do not drop :)

    • Isn't that a self encrypting drive? Will that even work?

    • +1

      Are you able to report back? Are they any good? Thanks

  • Refurb? Would have to be $40 (inc delivery) and I might try a couple out.

  • This vs this? https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/831342

    WD Ultrastar HC550 16TB 3.5″ Enterprise SATA HDD $239

    (Or should I go new stock)….

    I unfortunately had a a whole 36tb array meltdown… yes, molex to sata :(

    • 3 month warranty on the WD Ultrastar HC550

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