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3TB Western Digital Red 3.5" SATA III Hard Drive - WD30EFRX

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Quickcode: 51315  
Stock code: HDR-SOV1TB-WD30EFRX
Manuf. code: WD30EFRX
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3TB Western Digital Red - SATA III Hard Drive (30EFRX)

Warranty Information:

Manufacturer western digital
Warranty Type Direct with Manufacturer
Manufacturer Website
Warranty Period (yrs)3
Rotational Speed5400
Storage Capacity -GB3000
Read Speed0
Write Speed0

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Question  Pricing. by stix

Any chance you can do a deal like you did last month on these for 4x?

Answer by stewartz on Tuesday, February 11, 2014
Please contact our sales team who may be able to assist you with this.

Question  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 ?

Answer by thomasr on Thursday, March 28, 2013

They will be fine for single use too.

Thanks for your question.

Question  1-5 Bay Nas by Spawns1980


i wes wondering why it specifies only for 1-5 bay nas
why is this ?


Answer by stewartz on Tuesday, September 4, 2012
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.