If you own a NAS, don't skimp on the disks: buy these
Gil "Gil", Amazon
12 July 2015
Summary: Normal disks are not designed to operate in a NAS and, a disk failure (which is more likely than you would expect) can cause catestrophic data loss. I'm sorry to say that I know this from personal experience. If you have spent the money to buy a NAS, don't be foolish and skimp on the disks.
Summary: I have 5 of the 3TB drives in my Synology NAS located in an air-conditioned server room. After 459 days of 24/7 up-time, there are no bad sectors on any of the 5 drives. They run between 32°C and 38°C. I work with a very large numbers of small files so these drives get a lot of use.
Summary: Not the fastest drive in the world. But it is very quiet and vibration free. Most likely part of the reason that enterprise drives last for many years without failing. Could get a faster drive for half the price, but data integrity and long term reliability were my main concerns for a storage drive.
Summary: I have purchased these 3TB disks for certain testing scenario, where I would need disks over 2 TB in size. Now, when the time came to this exact execution and I inserted these disks, I found that they are only 2TB, not 3TB what was ordered.
Summary: I expect to have this drive for years without issue since it is enterprise class. If my other SATA drive was a desktop class drive and it lasted 7 years imagine how much longer this one will last. Already this drive has proven to be able to transfer files faster than my other SATA drives.
Excerpt: Хард горячее предыдущей серии. В простое, при комнатной температуре, греется до 40 градусов, а в работе разогревается и выше - 45-46. Это просто в док-станции, без охлаждения/утепления корпусом. Сейчас думаю - нормально ли ему в NAS`е у меня будет...
Pros: Быстрый, тихий (в простое), неплох тест поверхности у свежекупленного.