|Item Model Number||ST10000NMZ086|
|Product Dimensions||14.7 x 10.19 x 2.61 cm; 650 Grams|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||14.7 x 10.2 x 2.6 centimetres|
|Flash Memory Size||10 TB|
|Hard Drive Interface||Raid|
|Hard Drive Rotational Speed||7200 RPM|
|Item Weight||650 g|
|Manufacturer||Seagate Bare Drives|
|Date First Available||15 March 2019|
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Seagate Exos X10 10TB Internal Hard Drive HDD – 3.5 Inch 6Gb/s 7200 RPM 128MB Cache for Enterprise, Data Center – Frustration Free Packaging (ST10000NM0086)
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|Type of product||3.5-Inch|
|Digital Storage Capacity||10 TB|
|Hardware Interface||SATA 6.0 Gb/s|
|Read Speed||249 Megabytes Per Second|
About this item
- Support 10TB of data with an easy-to-integrate SATA HDD
- Tackle heavy applications 24x7 with high performance
- Reduce TCO with customizable power options
- Advanced Write Caching coupled with TurboBoost provides better performance and minimizes the risk of losing data due to unexpected power loss
- Enjoy long-term peace of mind with the included five-year limited product warranty
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Seagate Exos enterprise hard drives—the family including Exos X12 and Exos X14—offer the highest performance and reliability in its class. Exos’ enhanced caching feature, tailor-made for demanding storage applications, provides the fastest hard drive data transfers. This makes the Exos drives the best NAS hard drives, a perfect fit for servers, and bulk storage.
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Am waiting a response from seagate as to honouring the warranty, if that's a no go then it will be going back.
Edit 2/1/20 amending the star rating to three stars...... The email to seagate allowed me to then register the drive to my account with the warranty in place. However that did start ticking 6 months ago......... So depending on how old the amazon stock is you may be missing a bit of warranty.
Almost 9TB free space with two drives SHR BTRFS in a DS918+ (not on the Synology compatibility list for the DS918+, but does work -- listed compatible with the very similar DS1019+)
Can be heard across the room when seeking, but I decided on reliability and speed vs low noise.
Also has 10x better URE read error spec than most drives, less than 1 in 10^15 (good if you need to replace a drive. Datasheet with specs available online)
5 year warantee when registered (easy online). I leave them running all the time, don't hibernate the drives, or power cycle the NAS every day.
This is what Seagate just told me about the 8TB Exos drive purchased via Amazon UK from RTU Group Ltd:
"We regret to inform you that after checking the Serial Number provided (ZA17DX79) the drive reports to be an Enterprise 3,5 HDD drive 8TB, without valid manufacturer's warranty. Also, as I can see the drive is not new, it has been re-furbished, used in a different region, and is branded as 'Excess Sales', which are re-used drives that come with 6 months warranty and are sold at a reduced price. Therefore this internal drive is not covered with manufacturer's warranty, for the above reasons. So unfortunately there are many factors here, which should not have happened by an official seller." :(
So I purchased 4 of these in 4tb flavor for a clients RAID array in a pinch (since a certain eggy online tech boutique has gone so abysmally downhill the past several years).
SOP for my shop is hard drives get S/N checked with manufacturer before getting extended SMART testing and then finally deployment or shelved.
Right off the bat, first S/N comes up short with Seagate. Oof. Second, no dice. Well, time to give the old Amazon chat a try. I got a hold of Millena with Amazon support, and to her credit, she was extremely motivated to help with this issue once it was explained to her. Eventually this led to a conference call with a Seagate rep. Now the oh so enjoyable reading of the serial numbers with foreign support. You know the deal. Eventually we muddle through and sure enough, 3 out of 4 of these drives are OEM.
For those not in the know, OEM hardware must be supported through THE SELLER not the manufacturer. After pressing for an answer as to whether or not the warranty would still be honored if say the seller happens to disappear or otherwise become unavailable over the course of the warranty period, I was assured in a rather hand wavy fashion that in such a circumstance Seagate would take care of the problem.
In my experience, this is rather considerate of the rep to claim as most manufacturers are going to tell you to kick rocks on an OEM product. I'd hazard a guess this MAY be different in this case if the time ever came because Amazon isn't you or I in regards to leverage in such a matter.
TLDR: 3 out of 4 drives purchased were OEM products. 1 was retail. Decent chance you'll be up the creek on a defective product warranty claim which should factor heavily into your purchasing decision for such a product (such a product being a hard drive that isn't selling much higher for retail elsewhere and is also an enterprise grade storage device, so warranty is kind of a big deal).