3TB WD Red WD30EFRX - 3.5" NAS Hard Drive/HDD
3TB Western Digital Red WD30EFRX - NAS HDD - SATA III 6Gb/s - 5400rpm - 64MB Cache - Rated for 24x7 Performance - 3Yr Warranty
Synology DS218+ 2-Bay NAS Enclosure
2 Bay Synology DS218+ Desktop NAS Enclosure, Dual Core 2.0Ghz Intel Celeron, 2GB, 2.5"/3.5"...
Single Bay Synology DS115J NAS Enclosure
1 Bay Synology DS115J All In One NAS Server SATA HDD 2.5"/3.5", Gigabit LAN, 2xUSB 2.0
3TB Western Digital Red - SATA III Hard Drive (30EFRX)
3.5" 3TB WD RED HDD
The 3TB WD RED is a high-quality HDD that delivers incredible performance thanks to its easy to use 3.5inch form factor that is just 26.1mm in height, the drive speed is 5400rpm. The WD RED HDD's technical highlight is it’s 6Gb/s interface, which is the latest SATA III standard. This drive in particular has a storage capacity of 3TB and has a 64MB Cache with an access time of 2ms.
NETWORK IT IN RED
Our formula for success at WD has led to the growth of the WD RED making it available in the highest capacities possible. Now up to 10TB, WD offers an even broader, more comprehensive portfolio of NAS solutions for our customers spanning from a total of 1 to 8 bays. This will allow you to store even more data for your home or small business. The WD RED family just got bigger.
DESIGNED FOR NAS STORAGE
WD RED is the only hard drive designed for NAS systems that have 1-8 drive bays. The drives are designed and extensively tested for compatibility in the unique 24x7 operating environment and demanding system requirements of home and small office NAS. WD eliminates the confusion. These drives are designed for personal, home, and small business NAS systems up to 8-bays.
|Warranty Type||Direct with Manufacturer|
|Warranty Period (yrs)||3|
|Storage Capacity -GB||3000|
Comments, Questions & Reviews:
Pricing. by stix
Any chance you can do a deal like you did last month on these for 4x?
Please contact our sales team who may be able to assist you with this.
standard desktop drive use by bob
presumably these drives will be ok for use as a "standard desktop drive" in a normal case, as opposed to using them in NAS without invalidating the warranty & still ok for 24/7 usage ?
They will be fine for single use too.
Thanks for your question.
1-5 Bay Nas by Spawns1980
i wes wondering why it specifies only for 1-5 bay nas
why is this ?
I think it says that as they are the most common NAS devices people buy, but as long as the device you want to use it in supports 3TB drives in each bay then you should be fine no matter how many bays it is.