Reviews and Problems with Western Digital WD2001FASS
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The absolute best hard drives out there!
7 December 2013
Summary: I really trust the Western Digital "Black" series of hard drives. I have never had a problem with any of them and I own many. They go way beyond the warranty period and are reliable & fast. I wouldn't own any other brand of hard drives!
Summary: Western Digital never fails to impress and neither did this drive. Install with little effort, first time going with a 2T hd. My Windows 8 have no problems what so ever. I highly recommend any of the Western Digital Caviar Black Series, it's built with quality and built to last.
Summary: I bought 2 of these from amazon themselves, I have them on 2 machines and are working great. But, here is what i don't understand. i bought them from amazon for $85 a piece, and now each costs over $250. This is just a year ago and its four times the price.
Summary: This is a magnificent drive, fit for almost all your needs. Use it as your Primary Data drive, and I doubt you will need to buy another for years. Speedy and practical, this is the drive to buy until Solid State becomes more developed technology.
Summary: I buy eight Hard disk for one of my HP servers. They work fine, I have installed and the servers is ni production. I recomend this hard disk and the seller. The package was very protective for the HDD.
Summary: So far I have used many hard drives from many manufactures including Seagate, Hitachi, WD, Samsung. When I first ordered my Gateway FX6801, it came with 1TB Hitachi hard drive. Although it had 700RPM speed, the disk access was slow, noisy and the booting time it used to take was more compared to...
Summary: When I need a large 2TB drive, this is one of my top choices. Performance is good, and I've never had a failure. The data you put on a drive is FAR more valuable than the cost of a drive, so why buy cheap drives?
Summary: Great quality, I used to trust only in seagate for HDD's, but since the late seagate mistakes for the 7200.11, and even thought I own a 7200.11 disk and still is working perfect... I decided to go with WD for a upgrade and seems like I did the right choice. My 2TB WD CB 7200rpm seems perfect.