Western Digital 2TB Red 3.5 inch NAS Hard Disk Drive WD20EFRX
2TB WD Red WD20EFRX, 3.5" NAS HDD, SATA III - 6Gb/s, 5400rpm, 64MB Cache, NCQ
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
3.5" 2TB WD RED HDD
The 2TB 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 2TB 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.
High-End NAS Hard Drives
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.
Optimise your NAS Experience
NASware grows to 3.0
Built to deliver the best NAS experience, NASware 3.0 extends our promise by further optimising WD RED for the NAS environment with added support for 6 to 8 NAS bays. WD RED now supports small NAS systems from 1 to 8 bays thanks to NASware 3.0, which further improves drive compatibility and reliability. At 80TB of total capacity in an 8 bay system, WD RED expands your NAS experience.
Ways to Use Your NAS
NAS for Home
Take your connected home environment to the next level with a NAS system that is equipped with WD RED hard drives and enjoy streaming your media, backing up your computers, file sharing and managing your digital content faster and easier. The WD RED NASware 3.0 experience with increased compatibility makes sharing from your mobile device, computer, TV, stereo and more an instant gratification. WD RED enables you to create your own reliable Personal Cloud.
NAS for Business
Increase the efficiency and productivity of your small business with WD RED hard drives for your 1 to 8 bay NAS system. WD RED comes equipped with NASware 3.0, which increases system compatibility allowing for seamless integration with your existing network infrastructure. Add value to your business by enabling your employees to quickly share their files and back up folders reliably with WD RED NAS hard drives. For medium to large business that use up to 16 bay NAS systems, use WD RED Pro.
WD RED Features
Advanced firmware technology built into every WD RED drive, NASware 3.0 enables seamless integration, robust data protection and optimal performance for systems operating in NAS and RAID.
The Right Choice
WD RED is designed specifically for home and small office NAS systems and PCs with RAID.
Since your NAS system is always on, a highly reliable drive is essential. With a 35% MTBF improvement over standard drives, the WD RED drive with NASware 3.0 is designed for the 24x7 environment.
|Warranty Type||Direct with Manufacturer|
|Warranty Period (yrs)||3|
|Storage Capacity -GB||2000|
Comments, Questions & Reviews:
Replacement for MyCloud by James
Hi, My 2tb WD MyCloud NAS was knocked off the desk by my cat and hit the floor hard, not willing to go to the expense of data recovery specialists as the data wasn't important, I tried it, an it sounds like the read/write heads inside are bent or off the ramp. This hard drive looks the same, if I take the nas logic board off the broken drive and put it on this one, then put it back in the housing it should work exactly the same shouldn't it?? Or will I need to write an image file to the new drive?
This drive will be fine to go into that NAS Drive, unfortunately it doesn't seem as simple as changing the hard drive, you will have to add certain files to the drive itself, you will be able to find guides online to do this.
Dell Precision T3400 by pdizer
Will these work in a Dell Precision T3400 / Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 @ 2.40GHz / Dell Inc. 0TP412 (CPU)? Using as home server, I want to put in 2 , one for bu. Alternatively, I am also looking at your 2TB Seagate Barracuda ST2000DM001 or your 2TB Toshiba DT01ACA200. Your advice would be appreciated.
Many thanks, Peter
As long as it has sata support I cannot see an issue with this. If you are wanting to run it in raid I would suggest checking the motherboard has support for this.
Its a Good One by 2TB Western Digital Red SATA lll
I purchased this WD 2tb SATA111 (red) HDD to replace a 1.5tb Samsung that had decided to give up working after 15 months of very light use, much the same as an identical Samsung did after 10 months, luckily I got that one exchange under warranty but don't intend to keep it for much longer. The WD is not only a very quiet drive it is surprisingly fast, plus being the "red" version is likely to be a lot more reliable and should last a lot longer. A very good purchase at a reasonable price, throw in the exceptional service you get from Aria and you go away a very happy customer. An excellent hard drive that continues to impress. No more Samsung's for me.1135 of 2363 people rated this review as helpful
2Tb WD Red by markh
I purchased this drive for use with a DNS343 4 bay NAS and it works perfectly, and is very quiet. If using for a Nas box make sure that it is compatible as i took the risk that it would work with my nas box, and luckily for me it did.1196 of 2409 people rated this review as helpful
restock ETA by Marinos
Do you guys have any ETA for restocking these drives?
These are back in stock, we only have a VERY small amount of stock available so order now if you want them. Western Digital released these drives around 2 months ago and somehow ran out of stock so we have had issues getting hold of them!