WD Red NAS hard drive (WD30EFRX)

WD's Red drives are designed specifically with network attached storage devices in mind

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    $ 219.00 (AUD)

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I hate this HDD
Temperature of this HDD is High
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Hello, i bought two DH WD30EFRX, an d i use this disk in synology DS211j. After select mode no noise after 10 minutes the operation temperature of HDD is 45 degrees from 33 degrees when the fan has maximal speed and was realy louder. When i turn off fan the temperature was 65 degrees on the drive. Dont buy it. Its realy good shit. Before I use seagate 1 TB a never hear this disk in my NAS. I using NAS in living room under computer table. And i dont understand why this disk are realy good for NAS. WD says this disk have a lower power only 6W, but i dont know with 6w temperature is 65 degrees. This is good heating element.


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