Reviews and Problems with Western Digital WD20EZRX
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Premature Death? Believe the hype :(
26 June 2014
Summary: I've always trusted my data to WD, especially the Green family. Over the past 6 or 7 years I've owned 10 drives and never had a single one fail. Matter of fact I've given a few away or transitioned them into other rolls. These are the drives I've been so proud of and many of them still serve me today!
Summary: All the research now from large arrays point to 2GB HDD's as having the longest life. check out google's research article on this, if you are willing to flip through some rather technical jargon meant for the industry, but with the number of drives they test and their methods, I believe it's the bible for anyone who wants to know exactly how these HDD's perform over time (when being written constantly 24/7). Here you go, the one from Seagate: [...
Summary: I purchased this drive to upgrade a Tivo premier system to a larger size. The drive works as advertised and came with all necessary parts. The installation went smoothly and has not given any issue since it was installed about two months ago.
Summary: I purchased two of these for a Dlink DNs-323 that a friend gave me. The 2TB drives are the biggest that will fit in this NAS. They were recognized by the NAS, formatted to RAID1, and loaded up with my big digital video collection. So far so good.
Summary: I am using this drive in this computer to talk to you now. Well as a backup hard drive. Priced right and is better than the two 1 gig drives i replaced this with. Price/performance you cannot go wrong.