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Most durable yet fast 1tb or 2tb hard drive

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I know that Hitachi is the most durable

But I don't know the speed and also I don't know which specific one to get

Someone help me recommend one thanks :)


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WD Red or Black is my go to choice. 


 

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hitachi 7k2000 2tb 70 bucks as fast as wd black cheeper and longer mtbf or mean time between failures i have some of these running in my nas and server and they keep on chugging


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Seagate Barracuda is balanced enough.


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if I needed a drive that was fast and would last a long time, I would use a WD RE4. I already have a 1TB model of the RE4 and it's not dead yet. they're expensive though.

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