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  Reply # 719542 19-Nov-2012 15:10 Send private message

Have 2 WD Green 2TB HDD's in RAIDO mode in my Synology NAS. No issues so far. Bought them as external HDD from Warehouse Stationary but ripped apart the casing carefully and have been using them for 6 months or so without any faults.

Switching to Seagate 2TB 7200RPM's now though for future use as they are just as cheap and faster!




Do whatever you want to do man.

  

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  Reply # 719549 19-Nov-2012 15:23 Send private message

Right now I have 4x2TB and 2x3TB WD Caviar Green drives of varying ages (maybe a few years on some 2TB). No problems at all. The 2TB drives all came out of external enclosures, was cheaper for me that way.

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  Reply # 719753 19-Nov-2012 21:08 Send private message

I've got 2x 3TB WD Greens, going strong for last couple of years. About to buy 1-2 more.




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