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    Question Internal HDD Buying Suggestion

    Hi Fellas,
    I'm thinking about buying a new internal HDD. I was thinking about Western Digital (WD30PURX) 3TB Purple HDD . But then I saw Western Digital 2TB Sata-3 Caviar Black. Second one is sata 3 but first one have 1 TB extra space. I'm a casual gamer and graphic editor. Which one should I buy?
    Thanks in advance.

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    Get a 256GB SSD for your OS & Installed Apps, use HDD as your Storage drive.
    Cheapest SSD: A Data SP550/PNY 7CS1311/Transcend TS256GSSD370
    Cheapest HDD: Toshiba 2TB
    *** When buying HDD make sure that, those are 7200rpm not 5400.

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    I have a Corsair 256GB ssd. But looking for hdd for huge space. My budget is around 12k-13k. Thank you for your suggestion.

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    Get segate sshd hdd from binary logic which not only work as decent storage device but also the speed is decent enough to not spend money on ssd, which I think isnt as fast as ssd's are but sufficient enough for casual users

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    Quote Originally Posted by imn01 View Post
    I have a Corsair 256GB ssd. But looking for hdd for huge space. My budget is around 12k-13k. Thank you for your suggestion.
    Then get Seagate® 4TB ST4000DX001 Desktop Hybrid Drive (SSHD) for 15K

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    Get Toshiba 2tb 7200 rpm 64mb cache hd with 5600 tk.
    I bought one few days ago and speed is good.

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    Avoid Toshiba HDDs, the ones sold here are bad avoid them like the plague. I just recently gave mine away, it was having too many problems and no the speed isn't good. WD is quite 15% much faster and way more reliable

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    Quote Originally Posted by imn01 View Post
    Hi Fellas,
    I'm thinking about buying a new internal HDD. I was thinking about Western Digital (WD30PURX) 3TB Purple HDD . But then I saw Western Digital 2TB Sata-3 Caviar Black. Second one is sata 3 but first one have 1 TB extra space. I'm a casual gamer and graphic editor. Which one should I buy?
    Thanks in advance.
    WD Black is the best out there (so is WD).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trave160 View Post
    Avoid Toshiba HDDs, the ones sold here are bad avoid them like the plague. I just recently gave mine away, it was having too many problems and no the speed isn't good. WD is quite 15% much faster and way more reliable


    You cant just blindfoldly rely on wdd either, I bought wdd blue hdd last year and it started to perform pretty steep after 6 months of use and later on corrupted by bad sector which couldn't be fixed with wdd diagnostic tool software and later on failed to boot my os and immediately I had to send it to warranty, I am not saying all of them are bad like mine but I faced sever issues with wdd units compared to Toshiba

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    Quote Originally Posted by sensei View Post
    You cant just blindfoldly rely on wdd either, I bought wdd blue hdd last year and it started to perform pretty steep after 6 months of use and later on corrupted by bad sector which couldn't be fixed with wdd diagnostic tool software and later on failed to boot my os and immediately I had to send it to warranty, I am not saying all of them are bad like mine but I faced sever issues with wdd units compared to Toshiba
    Ok let's be model specific, have you cross referenced your HDDs model no with failure rates? I've seen WD green HDDs having way more failure rates than blues

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trave160 View Post
    Ok let's be model specific, have you cross referenced your HDDs model no with failure rates? I've seen WD green HDDs having way more failure rates than blues


    Are talking about the serial number of wdd batch? I didnt actually care about them before purchasing my hdd as I was so sure like you that any wdd blue would be enough for long run but even using it very moderately as I spend most of the time with my laptop my desktop hdd failed which is weird tbh as I didnt even use more than 200gb on that hdd

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    The only thing I know is that: 2TB & 3TB HDD has higher failure rate than 1 & 4TB. Plus, WD Green has more failure than WD Blue/Black. But isn't it supposed to be Opposite!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iskander View Post
    The only thing I know is that: 2TB & 3TB HDD has higher failure rate than 1 & 4TB. Plus, WD Green has more failure than WD Blue/Black. But isn't it supposed to be Opposite!!!
    If you read the annual reports of hdd it says a complete different stories about companies too

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    Originally Posted by Iskander
    Then get Seagate® 4TB ST4000DX001 Desktop Hybrid Drive (SSHD) for 15K



    Binary logic sells Seagate® 4TB ST4000DX001, does you have experience with Binary logic, Do they keep their warranty promise? Also does SSHD actually reliable, I won't be able to buy another 15k+ SSHD after 2 year if it fails! lol I'm not looking for lifetime guarantee but at least 5-6 years with fare amount of use.
    Last edited by imn01; December 22nd, 2016 at 21:34. Reason: To clarify

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    Quote Originally Posted by imn01 View Post
    Originally Posted by Iskander
    Then get Seagate® 4TB ST4000DX001 Desktop Hybrid Drive (SSHD) for 15K



    Binary logic sells Seagate® 4TB ST4000DX001, does you have experience with Binary logic, Do they keep their warranty promise? Also does SSHD actually reliable, I won't be able to buy another 15k+ SSHD after 2 year if it fails! lol I'm not looking for lifetime guarantee but at least 5-6 years with fare amount of use.
    They have good after sale service. If you planning to buy from them, thn try to meet with Liakot vai. He is a friendly guy(Unfortunalty I lost his number).
    Seagate is a reliable brand like WD/Toshiba. But don't know about their current units.
    5-6years???????????? If my HDD fails within warranty period I feel myself lucky enough .
    Better get any 2TB HDD within 7~9K

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    Binary provides the best after sells service I ever experienced, though the prices of their products are pretty expensive but the service is definitely top-notch, again you should go for those products which provides highest warranty atleast from Bangladesh because you never know what might happen with your product but the safety should be on top priority

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    I think I'll go for Seagate from Binary. Thank you guys for all of your helps. I really appreciate it.

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    does this mean seagate and toshiba are only 2 hdd makers we should consider? and does this also mean seagate used to be bad but recently became lot better?
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    If you read the annual reports of hdd it says a complete different stories about companies too

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    Quote Originally Posted by furiousTaher View Post
    does this mean seagate and toshiba are only 2 hdd makers we should consider? and does this also mean seagate used to be bad but recently became lot better?
    It doesn't offend any of the companies directly but what they showed from the annual reports are quite simple that segate is the most reliable brand who have been used by users a lot and at the same time they are solid for long terms but Toshiba is negotiable as we didnt see that much of this company before 2014 and they are still new in the market and batch wise some are good and some are worst (Newegg and Amazon review wise) but wdd is absolutely plunging from what they used to be

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    wat do you think about hgst?
    btw hgst= hitachi right?
    Quote Originally Posted by sensei View Post
    It doesn't offend any of the companies directly but what they showed from the annual reports are quite simple that segate is the most reliable brand who have been used by users a lot and at the same time they are solid for long terms but Toshiba is negotiable as we didnt see that much of this company before 2014 and they are still new in the market and batch wise some are good and some are worst (Newegg and Amazon review wise) but wdd is absolutely plunging from what they used to be

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