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Buyer's experience:


      1: I cannot complain about the drive itself even though I used to distrust the Seagate brand. This is actually running as one of the coolest drives in my unRAID server.My star detraction comes from the promise Amazon had of it getting delivered on Thursday after purchasing on Tuesday. It was a Prime purchase. And yet it shipping from California by GROUND. Did not receive it until Sunday.I could have otherwise bought it from NewEgg for $40 less and had received it in the exact same time. In my opinion, Amazon owes me $40.


      2: I received a unit made in Netherlands in one day. Originally I was thinking of Toshiba MG08. But after reading an online benchmark, I was concerned with the low writing speed of that cheaper HDD. WD is supposed to be marginally better in writing speed but more expensive. So Seagate should be a sweet spot. I didn't regret the decision. This one gave me over 100MBps in writing and 170MBps in reading. That's very decent for HDD. The noise is only audible over R/W arm movement and none otherwise. Since I just use it to backup and I use 4 SSDs for other tasks, it is a good backup solution before SSDs get really gigantic and cheap to fully replace HDDs.


      3: I purchased seven of the 18TB Seagate X18 EXOS SATA drives (ST18000NM000J) from HyperHawk in July 2022. The cost per terabyte of storage in these enterprise level drives was economically very attractive. Each drive was shipped in a sealed box and all seven drives had a full 5-year Seagate warranty when checked on the Seagate warranty website.Two of the drives were installed in a Synology DS220+ (SHR-RAID 1) and four drives were installed in a Synology DS920+ (SHR-RAID 5) running DSM 6.2. Even though these drives are not listed in the current Synology drive compatibility list, they are running normally in the Synology NAS devices. The drive noise level in the NAS devices is acceptable for a home office environment.


      4: We had a customer that needed additional storage space on their windows server for dash cam recordings. Instead of doing a raid, this single 18tb fit the bill. We ended up getting two, one that stores a nightly backup and one for the actual share. Ended up putting a virtual drive on it just under 16tb as windows backup will not back up a drive larger than that.So far they have worked perfectly, but time will tell for longevity.


      5: I've bought 8 of these EXOS x16 14TB drives on 8 different dates from March 2021 to May 2022, all from Amazons "Seagate Store".They were always well packaged, individually, as per standard HDD packaging recommendation. I just checked all 8 serial numbers and their warranty expires in different months in 2026, so they have official Seagate 4 to 5 year warranty.I chose the 14TB version because for over a year now it has had the best buck-to-capacity ratio of all the NAS drives I have researched, and has been cheaper than equivalent WD drives, and even cheaper than the Ironwolf which is strange because as I understand it Exos are more enterprise-oriented than Ironwolf.I chose Seagate mainly because I had been upgrading my 4TB WD RED drives to 8TB WD RED drives, but found they made too much noise in my Synology DS1618+ bays. This happened with 2 different 8TB RED drives and no matter what slot I used. Also, Synology recommends Seagate drives which is a plus although not a deciding factor.I'm using 4 of them on each of my 2 NAS, an DS1618+ and an DS1821+ (different locations), both are mixed with my older 4 and 8 TB WD RED drives in a Hybrid Raid SHR-2 configuration, and I haven't had any issues so far. They run just a few degrees hotter than my WD ones but I can hear no noise difference whatsoever.


      6: Solid value for the money. Seagate reliability outstanding as usual. Quality drive with excellent performance.Other reviews make note of the noise level. Yes there is actuator noise at times, but not often enough to be an issue. Highly recommended.


      7: These 14 TB drives are great for a NAS. Quite a few folks have mentioned that the drives are loud and that's somewhat true .... definitely not quiet. However, these are 14TB enterprise drives, come with 5 year warranties, are shipped fast, and the price and service from HyperHawk is outstanding.... what more could you want. I bought 4 and would buy more without hesitation.


      8: Long story short, one of my two 6TB drives meant for a NAS went and locked-up during a secure erase when a power outage occurred - after I finally installed it past the point of return through Amazon. After endless troubleshooting by way of toasters, cables, different machines, enclosures, and any number of utilities, terminal commands/command-line voodoo in Windows, MacOS, and LINUX, I surrendered - and made the mistake of calling Seagate directly.Unless you are a masochist and a potentially a speech therapist who has an ear for broken English/impediments, let alone someone who wants to find themselves befuddled ridiculous emails and phone calls by a GLOBAL CORPORATION that actually manufactures the product (serial number/intended market space or region notwithstanding) but won't support it because you live in the wrong place than where the unit was intended/you are and end-user and not an OEM, contacting Seagate directly is a bad idea.Platinum Micro, Inc. is an authorized seller and reseller of Seagate products. For whatever reason, where Seagate chooses to not support their users directly despite having manufactured the product themselves, the folks at Platinum Micro, Inc. pick-up the slack - my locked-drive was immediately replaced after I was issued an RMA number and a post-paid (UPS) shipping label and the locked drive was verified back in their hands.As for the drive, please bear in-mind that this is meant for a networking, grueling access environment. This drive gets the job done nicely, though it would be best put away in an enclosure far from the average home user/hobbyist unless you like being lulled into a catatonic state by the virtual sound of popcorn being popped (the drive being accessed).I would certainly buy this drive again, and certainly from Platinum Micro, Inc. again.



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