Reviews and Problems with Western Digital WD4000FYYZ
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17 January 2013
Summary: As the benchmarks show, the WD WD4000FYYZ RE is a solid performer. Partitioning it on our test system was no challenge, though its unusually large capacity might cause problems if you intend to use it with an older NAS. Four terabytes is a huge amount of space; it’s impressive that WD has managed to cram that much data into a drive that runs as cool and quiet as this one does.
Western Digital WD RE 4TB review: first 4TB disk from WD
20 December 2012
Excerpt: In May we tested the first 4TB hard disks, the 7K4000 and 5K4000 from Hitachi. At the time we had hoped that the two other players, Seagate and Western Digital, would also come with their first 4TB disks. That took a lot longer than we expected, but WD does have its first 4TB on the market now, in the shape of the WD RE 4TB for servers. Hardware.Info tested it to find out what it's capable of.
WD RE 4TB Enterprise Hard Drive Review (WD4000FYYZ)
5 December 2012
Summary: The Western Digital RE 4TB with its top-tier capacity is a welcome addition to the rich family tradition of the Western Digital RE drives. These Western Digital drives are built for the Enterprise users looking for performance while maintaining reliability and the ever expanding capacity requirements to meet your needs. With Western Digital's track record on its RE drives, there's no reason to expect anything less from the Western Digital RE 4TB Enterprise drive.
Pros: Higher sequential transfer speeds than 2TB RE, High Capacity - 4TB
Cons: Outpaced in some places by the Western Digital RE 2TB drive, Lower Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF) than competition