|Hard Drive||14 TB Mechanical Hard Disk|
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Seagate IronWolf Pro 14 TB NAS RAID Internal Hard Drive - 7,200 RPM SATA 6 Gb/s 3.5-inch (ST14000NE0008)
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|Digital storage capacity||14 TB|
|Hard disk interface||Serial ATA|
|Special feature||Network Attached Storage|
|Hard disk form factor||3.5 Inches|
|Hard disk size||14 TB|
|Form factor||3.5 Inches|
|Read speed||250 Megabytes Per Second|
About this item
- Designed for everything business NAS, IronWolfPro offers tough, ready, and scalable 24×7 performance and can handle multi-drive environments
- Fastest hard drive, delivers 7200RPM spin speed along with sustained data rates up to 250MB/s and burst data rates of 6Gb/s
- 5-year limited manufacturer warranty and 300TB/year workload limit
- Compatible with 1- to 24-bay network attached storage (NAS) servers, creative pro NAS, media servers, and personal cloud storage devices
- IronWolf Health Management focuses on prevention, intervention, and recovery
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Seagate IronWolf Pro drives (up to 14TB) come with AgileArray technology that focuses on drive balance, RAID optimization with error recovery control, and power management on commercial and enterprise NAS enclosures up to 24 bays. Purpose-built for creative pro and small- to medium-sized business, the drives also offer IronWolf Health Management for dependable drive health monitoring. Enjoy that extra peace of mind knowing your digital assets are protected with a Rescue Data Recovery Plan (HDD Data Recovery) in place.
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Seagate's unresponsiveness leaves me extremely worried. These disk come with a premium price because of their additional support. But the support experience so far has been awful.