I never seem to have enough disk space. Right now most of my systems are at 2/3TB going to 3/4TB, given the cost of only getting an extra 1TB though, it might make sense just to buy more NAS enclosures. I’ll probably end up doing this when all my old 2TB drives are swapped out.
Coming to the business end of the review, one must note that both Western Digital and Seagate have put forward convincing offerings for the 1-5 bay NAS market. While the Seagate unit manages to win most of the performance tests, it comes at the cost of an increase in power consumption. 1-5 bay NAS system users looking for top performance at lower price points might do well to take a look at the Seagate NAS HDD.
via AnandTech | Battle of the 4 TB NAS Drives: WD Red and Seagate NAS HDD Face-Off.

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