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xnxxxx Western Digital 4TB WD Black Performance Internal Hard Drive HDD - 7200 RPM, SATA 6 Gb/s; 256 MB Cache, 3.5" - WD4005FZBX it is your good choice
xnxxxx Western Digital 4TB WD Black Performance Internal Hard Drive HDD - 7200 RPM, SATA 6 Gb/s; 256 MB Cache, 3.5" - WD4005FZBX it is your good choice
xnxxxx Western Digital 4TB WD Black Performance Internal Hard Drive HDD - 7200 RPM, SATA 6 Gb/s; 256 MB Cache, 3.5" - WD4005FZBX it is your good choice
xnxxxx Western Digital 4TB WD Black Performance Internal Hard Drive HDD - 7200 RPM, SATA 6 Gb/s; 256 MB Cache, 3.5" - WD4005FZBX it is your good choice
xnxxxx Western Digital 4TB WD Black Performance Internal Hard Drive HDD - 7200 RPM, SATA 6 Gb/s; 256 MB Cache, 3.5" - WD4005FZBX it is your good choice
xnxxxx Western Digital 4TB WD Black Performance Internal Hard Drive HDD - 7200 RPM, SATA 6 Gb/s; 256 MB Cache, 3.5" - WD4005FZBX it is your good choice
xnxxxx Western Digital 4TB WD Black Performance Internal Hard Drive HDD - 7200 RPM, SATA 6 Gb/s; 256 MB Cache, 3.5" - WD4005FZBX it is your good choice

xnxxxx Western Digital 4TB WD Black Performance Internal Hard Drive HDD - 7200 RPM, SATA 6 Gb/s; 256 MB Cache, 3.5" - WD4005FZBX it is your good choice

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       I decided to replace my primary drive in my Windows 7 xnxxxx PC xnxxxx with a xnxxxx 500GB SSD. I had two 1TB xnxxxx factory hard drives currently in xnxxxx my machine and I was using the SSD as my C Drive. To go xnxxxx along with the SSD, I wanted to replace xnxxxx my old factory drives with a single xnxxxx 2TB drive so that I xnxxxx had xnxxxx equivalent space. xnxxxx I had recently purchased xnxxxx two xnxxxx Seagate 2TB Drives (ST2000DM001 xnxxxx - xnxxxx Fast 2 Platter Version) for external backups and xnxxxx media drives. They were fine, but I was looking for a more reliable drive for my xnxxxx internal xnxxxx drive xnxxxx that xnxxxx would xnxxxx get a lot xnxxxx more xnxxxx use. I decided on the WD xnxxxx Black 2TB xnxxxx and xnxxxx opted for the newest WD2003FZEX model. Upon xnxxxx reading several xnxxxx reviews, it seemed like the drive was xnxxxx fast xnxxxx and xnxxxx overall a good drive, but xnxxxx there was xnxxxx a question xnxxxx of how noisy the xnxxxx drive was. xnxxxx I decided xnxxxx to test xnxxxx out the drive in a USB 3.0 Docking Station to xnxxxx see how fast and how loud it xnxxxx was. xnxxxx Attached to this review xnxxxx is a video xnxxxx of my results.In the video, I am running xnxxxx a speed test and recording the sound with xnxxxx my iPhone 5 to see how loud the drive is. During the speed test, which has xnxxxx sequential and random tests, I move the phone closer to the drive to be xnxxxx able to hear the sound better. At the end of xnxxxx the xnxxxx video, I show two CrystalDiskMark speed tests. The test on xnxxxx the left is of the Seagate 2TB xnxxxx Drive xnxxxx and xnxxxx the test on the right is xnxxxx of the xnxxxx WD Black 2TB Drive.Speed Test Results - As you can xnxxxx see from the video, the speed of the WD Black xnxxxx Drive (test on the right) is pretty amazing with xnxxxx results of 170MB/s from a USB xnxxxx 3.0 Hard xnxxxx Drive Dock xnxxxx using a 500MB test size. When compared to xnxxxx the cheaper Seagate Drive (test xnxxxx on the left with a respectable 148MB/s), the speed is significantly xnxxxx faster, so you really get what you pay for in xnxxxx this case.Sound Test Results - xnxxxx I didn't experience any abnormally loud xnxxxx sounds from the drive xnxxxx sitting right on my xnxxxx desk. You could hear it, but it was not any xnxxxx louder than the any other xnxxxx drives that I have used. xnxxxx When I get close to xnxxxx the hard drive with my xnxxxx phone, it gets xnxxxx a lot louder as you would xnxxxx expect, but I am essentially about 1 inch from the xnxxxx drive at xnxxxx that point. Once I put this drive into my computer case, I doubt I xnxxxx will xnxxxx hear it at all. In xnxxxx my opinion, while this drive isn't silent, it is no louder than any other 7200 RPM drives that I have xnxxxx used, and xnxxxx the sound is xnxxxx more than acceptable xnxxxx for xnxxxx the xnxxxx extremely fast speeds.Overall, I am xnxxxx extremely impressed xnxxxx with this drive based on my initial tests. The speed is amazing and the sound xnxxxx is just fine. xnxxxx That, along with the xnxxxx 5 year warranty, makes this drive worth the extra money in xnxxxx my xnxxxx opinion xnxxxx for a primary drive that will get a xnxxxx lot of use. As with xnxxxx all xnxxxx hard xnxxxx drives, reliability xnxxxx and xnxxxx longevity is a concern, so I xnxxxx will update this review xnxxxx as I continue to use the drive.=========================UPDATE (12/27/2013):So after Christmas, xnxxxx I finally got around to xnxxxx doing xnxxxx my system xnxxxx reconfiguration, which consisted of replacing my two factory installed Seagate 1TB hard drives with a Crucial M500 480GB SSD and this WD xnxxxx Black 2TB WD2003FZEX xnxxxx Hard Drive. Hardware xnxxxx installation was a snap. After I installed the drives and installed Windows 7 via an HP Recovery Disc, I copied all of my xnxxxx media and xnxxxx data to the xnxxxx WD xnxxxx Black drive and got really fast speeds xnxxxx and no problems when transferring well xnxxxx over xnxxxx a xnxxxx terabyte of data. xnxxxx I have an older HP xnxxxx Elite PC with an xnxxxx SATA 3GB/s interface, so I am not getting xnxxxx the xnxxxx fastest speeds, but a speed test of the xnxxxx WD Black Drive shows 137MB/s while installed xnxxxx internally. The previous test was via USB 3.0 which apparently has a faster throughput on xnxxxx my machine. xnxxxx Just to give you an idea of the speed increase that I xnxxxx am experiencing, my old factory xnxxxx installed Seagate xnxxxx drives had speed test xnxxxx results xnxxxx in the xnxxxx 80-90MB/s range, so I'm easily getting a 50-60% speed increase. On top xnxxxx of that, my Crucial xnxxxx SSD is showing xnxxxx 270MB/s speeds and 30 second xnxxxx Windows 7 reboots. Pretty xnxxxx amazing. In addition, xnxxxx the xnxxxx sound of the hard drive seems completely xnxxxx normal to me now that it is installed in my xnxxxx computer xnxxxx case. If you xnxxxx are interested in injecting some new life in an xnxxxx older Windows 7 PC, I highly recommend xnxxxx this combination of SSD and WD Black xnxxxx drives.One tip that took xnxxxx me about 3 hours and a xnxxxx lot of pain and suffering xnxxxx to figure xnxxxx out. If you use a factory recovery disc to install your operating system onto your new hard xnxxxx drive and after install, you can't get Windows Update or Microsoft xnxxxx Security Essentials to work, you may need to update your xnxxxx hard xnxxxx drive xnxxxx controller driver like I did. I searched high and low to figure out how to xnxxxx fix xnxxxx this and even did a Windows 7 reinstall. There were a ton of people having the xnxxxx same problem and xnxxxx after several xnxxxx frustrating hours, I figured out that I needed to update my Intel Rapid xnxxxx Storage xnxxxx Technology xnxxxx drivers. Five minutes later, everything is xnxxxx working perfectly. What a huge waste of xnxxxx time. So if xnxxxx you are xnxxxx having xnxxxx problems xnxxxx like xnxxxx I xnxxxx did, xnxxxx give that xnxxxx a try and hopefully save yourself xnxxxx some headaches.Long xnxxxx story xnxxxx short, this is xnxxxx a great drive xnxxxx so far xnxxxx and xnxxxx I am xnxxxx extremely xnxxxx happy xnxxxx with its performance and pairing it xnxxxx with an SSD. Highly xnxxxx Recommended!=========================UPDATE xnxxxx (01/26/2014):One xnxxxx month using this setup and xnxxxx I love it. The WD Black drive is a great xnxxxx workhorse drive that I do most of my xnxxxx saving to while xnxxxx my Windows 7 xnxxxx OS runs xnxxxx off of the Crucial SSD. Everything is really fast and reboots that xnxxxx used to xnxxxx be xnxxxx a chore are xnxxxx no xnxxxx hassle at all anymore. I wish I would have xnxxxx done this a xnxxxx long time ago, xnxxxx but now xnxxxx that SSD prices are dropping, xnxxxx I would do it again xnxxxx in xnxxxx a heartbeat. If you are xnxxxx looking for a xnxxxx nice boost of speed, I xnxxxx recommend getting xnxxxx a good SSD and xnxxxx pairing it with this WD Black Hard xnxxxx Drive. xnxxxx Just make sure to backup, backup, backup. While these hard drives are great xnxxxx so far, I xnxxxx trust xnxxxx no hard drive and have redundant backups xnxxxx locally on an always attached USB 3.0 Hard Drive Docking xnxxxx Station, plus a second xnxxxx copy xnxxxx that I update occasionally in a xnxxxx fire xnxxxx safe, xnxxxx and an Online Backup solution xnxxxx using CrashPlan.=========================UPDATE (05/08/2014):I xnxxxx have xnxxxx now been xnxxxx using this xnxxxx SSD with xnxxxx WD Black Drive configuration for about four xnxxxx months now xnxxxx and everything is xnxxxx still working perfectly. The speeds continue xnxxxx to be xnxxxx great and I have had xnxxxx no reliability issues with either drive. I churn Terabytes xnxxxx of media files through this WD Black xnxxxx Drive and it handles everything without a hitch. It really makes a great workhorse drive to combine xnxxxx with an SSD. I really love xnxxxx the setup and I doubt I would ever xnxxxx go back to xnxxxx a non-SSD configuration ever again, especially considering the continual xnxxxx price declines xnxxxx of SSD's. It is still early in the xnxxxx life of the drives, but so far, so good. Still Highly Recommended!=========================UPDATE (11/08/2014):Just a quick xnxxxx update. xnxxxx I have been using this 2TB WD Black xnxxxx Drive xnxxxx and this xnxxxx setup with xnxxxx the SSD for xnxxxx 10 months now and xnxxxx everything xnxxxx is still working perfectly. No complaints xnxxxx and still xnxxxx loving it.I needed a bigger HDD xnxxxx for the xnxxxx huge influx xnxxxx of 4K footage xnxxxx I'm working with. Got it in xnxxxx a xnxxxx cardboard box and a non-static/spill-proof metallic sleeve. Two plastic shock absorbers were located at the top and bottom xnxxxx of the drive.Date of manufacture was dated 20 FEB 2022. Looks like they're pushing in the new stuff now.Installation was easy, just crack open the PC case and slip it into xnxxxx the rack. I knew about the noisy reputation that WD Black Drive's had, so xnxxxx I ordered a couple xnxxxx of noise-isolating screws and rubber washer xnxxxx to help xnxxxx mitigate the impending xnxxxx cacophony. After slamming everything xnxxxx together, I xnxxxx shoved it all xnxxxx into the xnxxxx PC.Storage size and transfer xnxxxx rate is top-notch, xnxxxx I can both watch xnxxxx and edit 4K movies xnxxxx with xnxxxx no xnxxxx trouble at xnxxxx all. The only problem (which xnxxxx is honestly xnxxxx a non-issue for xnxxxx me, but maybe not for you) is the noise it makes. Every xnxxxx so often, xnxxxx maybe every 5-10 xnxxxx seconds the disk head moves and you xnxxxx can hear xnxxxx a slight "thunk". You get used to it xnxxxx after a while, and this IS a performance drive, so xnxxxx noise like that is to be expected. Might be a bit jarring to people who xnxxxx weren't around when xnxxxx your computer sounding like an old xnxxxx muscle car starting up xnxxxx was standard.When going through heavy loads, xnxxxx the HDD spins to a high xnxxxx speed, but thanks to xnxxxx those noise-isolating screws and washers, I barely xnxxxx hear xnxxxx it. And since I'm only using xnxxxx this drive for xnxxxx editing, when xnxxxx I'm not editing Windows automatically turns off the drive xnxxxx so the "thunking" isn't around unless the drive is xnxxxx on and in use. xnxxxx No "scratching" or similar noises have been heard xnxxxx from the drive yet, xnxxxx and I've xnxxxx been using it heavily since Day-1. Only Whirling xnxxxx of xnxxxx the disks and the every present "thunk".This will give you good storage and xnxxxx speed with the only trade-off xnxxxx being noise. Keep that in mind as you eye xnxxxx that "Add To Cart" button.Desktop performance xnxxxx gaming hard driveWestern Digitals StableTrac and Dynamic Cache Technology increase reliability and optimize performanceAn industry-leading 5-year limited xnxxxx warranty** xnxxxx | ** See xnxxxx official Western Digital xnxxxx website for warranty details.I've used nothing but WD xnxxxx drives for xnxxxx over 30 years. xnxxxx First one was a tiny 240MB drive and xnxxxx since have been through many upgrades. While most were due xnxxxx to outgrowing the drives, xnxxxx I've xnxxxx had maybe 2 catastrophic failures. xnxxxx I xnxxxx had a xnxxxx few xnxxxx drives start to xnxxxx go xnxxxx bad xnxxxx developing bad sectors but were xnxxxx caught xnxxxx in time to preserve data on a backup drive. While I know SSD is the xnxxxx thing xnxxxx now xnxxxx and is my preference for sure for a laptop, I do xnxxxx not find them to be xnxxxx a great advantage xnxxxx for sustained transfers like backing up xnxxxx or cloning xnxxxx a HD. SSD rates are initially xnxxxx very high then slow down after xnxxxx a few seconds. So xnxxxx for a while I will stick with xnxxxx spinning platters.This xnxxxx particular model is very fast rivaling SSD transfers for routine xnxxxx writes xnxxxx to another section of drive, as fast xnxxxx as my SSD laptop is.Performance storage available in up to 10TB* capacities | * xnxxxx As used xnxxxx for storage capacity, xnxxxx 1TB = one trillion xnxxxx bytes. Actual user capacity xnxxxx may be less depending on operating xnxxxx environment.Designed for gamers, system builders, and creative xnxxxx professionals.


      Western Digital 4TB WD Black Performance Internal Hard Drive HDD - 7200 RPM, SATA 6 Gb/s, 256 MB Cache, 3.5" - WD4005FZBXDesktop performance gaming xnxxxx hard xnxxxx drivePerformance storage available in up to 10TB* capacities | * As used for xnxxxx storage capacity, 1TB = one trillion bytes. Actual xnxxxx user capacity may xnxxxx be less depending on operating environment.Designed for gamers, system xnxxxx builders, and creative xnxxxx professionals.Western Digitals StableTrac xnxxxx and Dynamic Cache xnxxxx Technology increase reliability and xnxxxx optimize performanceAn industry-leading 5-year limited warranty** | xnxxxx ** xnxxxx See official Western Digital xnxxxx website for xnxxxx warranty details.



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Buyer's experience:


      1: I decided to replace my primary drive in my Windows 7 PC with a 500GB SSD. I had two 1TB factory hard drives currently in my machine and I was using the SSD as my C Drive. To go along with the SSD, I wanted to replace my old factory drives with a single 2TB drive so that I had equivalent space. I had recently purchased two Seagate 2TB Drives (ST2000DM001 - Fast 2 Platter Version) for external backups and media drives. They were fine, but I was looking for a more reliable drive for my internal drive that would get a lot more use. I decided on the WD Black 2TB and opted for the newest WD2003FZEX model. Upon reading several reviews, it seemed like the drive was fast and overall a good drive, but there was a question of how noisy the drive was. I decided to test out the drive in a USB 3.0 Docking Station to see how fast and how loud it was. Attached to this review is a video of my results.In the video, I am running a speed test and recording the sound with my iPhone 5 to see how loud the drive is. During the speed test, which has sequential and random tests, I move the phone closer to the drive to be able to hear the sound better. At the end of the video, I show two CrystalDiskMark speed tests. The test on the left is of the Seagate 2TB Drive and the test on the right is of the WD Black 2TB Drive.Speed Test Results - As you can see from the video, the speed of the WD Black Drive (test on the right) is pretty amazing with results of 170MB/s from a USB 3.0 Hard Drive Dock using a 500MB test size. When compared to the cheaper Seagate Drive (test on the left with a respectable 148MB/s), the speed is significantly faster, so you really get what you pay for in this case.Sound Test Results - I didn't experience any abnormally loud sounds from the drive sitting right on my desk. You could hear it, but it was not any louder than the any other drives that I have used. When I get close to the hard drive with my phone, it gets a lot louder as you would expect, but I am essentially about 1 inch from the drive at that point. Once I put this drive into my computer case, I doubt I will hear it at all. In my opinion, while this drive isn't silent, it is no louder than any other 7200 RPM drives that I have used, and the sound is more than acceptable for the extremely fast speeds.Overall, I am extremely impressed with this drive based on my initial tests. The speed is amazing and the sound is just fine. That, along with the 5 year warranty, makes this drive worth the extra money in my opinion for a primary drive that will get a lot of use. As with all hard drives, reliability and longevity is a concern, so I will update this review as I continue to use the drive.=========================UPDATE (12/27/2013):So after Christmas, I finally got around to doing my system reconfiguration, which consisted of replacing my two factory installed Seagate 1TB hard drives with a Crucial M500 480GB SSD and this WD Black 2TB WD2003FZEX Hard Drive. Hardware installation was a snap. After I installed the drives and installed Windows 7 via an HP Recovery Disc, I copied all of my media and data to the WD Black drive and got really fast speeds and no problems when transferring well over a terabyte of data. I have an older HP Elite PC with an SATA 3GB/s interface, so I am not getting the fastest speeds, but a speed test of the WD Black Drive shows 137MB/s while installed internally. The previous test was via USB 3.0 which apparently has a faster throughput on my machine. Just to give you an idea of the speed increase that I am experiencing, my old factory installed Seagate drives had speed test results in the 80-90MB/s range, so I'm easily getting a 50-60% speed increase. On top of that, my Crucial SSD is showing 270MB/s speeds and 30 second Windows 7 reboots. Pretty amazing. In addition, the sound of the hard drive seems completely normal to me now that it is installed in my computer case. If you are interested in injecting some new life in an older Windows 7 PC, I highly recommend this combination of SSD and WD Black drives.One tip that took me about 3 hours and a lot of pain and suffering to figure out. If you use a factory recovery disc to install your operating system onto your new hard drive and after install, you can't get Windows Update or Microsoft Security Essentials to work, you may need to update your hard drive controller driver like I did. I searched high and low to figure out how to fix this and even did a Windows 7 reinstall. There were a ton of people having the same problem and after several frustrating hours, I figured out that I needed to update my Intel Rapid Storage Technology drivers. Five minutes later, everything is working perfectly. What a huge waste of time. So if you are having problems like I did, give that a try and hopefully save yourself some headaches.Long story short, this is a great drive so far and I am extremely happy with its performance and pairing it with an SSD. Highly Recommended!=========================UPDATE (01/26/2014):One month using this setup and I love it. The WD Black drive is a great workhorse drive that I do most of my saving to while my Windows 7 OS runs off of the Crucial SSD. Everything is really fast and reboots that used to be a chore are no hassle at all anymore. I wish I would have done this a long time ago, but now that SSD prices are dropping, I would do it again in a heartbeat. If you are looking for a nice boost of speed, I recommend getting a good SSD and pairing it with this WD Black Hard Drive. Just make sure to backup, backup, backup. While these hard drives are great so far, I trust no hard drive and have redundant backups locally on an always attached USB 3.0 Hard Drive Docking Station, plus a second copy that I update occasionally in a fire safe, and an Online Backup solution using CrashPlan.=========================UPDATE (05/08/2014):I have now been using this SSD with WD Black Drive configuration for about four months now and everything is still working perfectly. The speeds continue to be great and I have had no reliability issues with either drive. I churn Terabytes of media files through this WD Black Drive and it handles everything without a hitch. It really makes a great workhorse drive to combine with an SSD. I really love the setup and I doubt I would ever go back to a non-SSD configuration ever again, especially considering the continual price declines of SSD's. It is still early in the life of the drives, but so far, so good. Still Highly Recommended!=========================UPDATE (11/08/2014):Just a quick update. I have been using this 2TB WD Black Drive and this setup with the SSD for 10 months now and everything is still working perfectly. No complaints and still loving it.


      2: I've used nothing but WD drives for over 30 years. First one was a tiny 240MB drive and since have been through many upgrades. While most were due to outgrowing the drives, I've had maybe 2 catastrophic failures. I had a few drives start to go bad developing bad sectors but were caught in time to preserve data on a backup drive. While I know SSD is the thing now and is my preference for sure for a laptop, I do not find them to be a great advantage for sustained transfers like backing up or cloning a HD. SSD rates are initially very high then slow down after a few seconds. So for a while I will stick with spinning platters.This particular model is very fast rivaling SSD transfers for routine writes to another section of drive, as fast as my SSD laptop is.


      3: I needed a bigger HDD for the huge influx of 4K footage I'm working with. Got it in a cardboard box and a non-static/spill-proof metallic sleeve. Two plastic shock absorbers were located at the top and bottom of the drive.Date of manufacture was dated 20 FEB 2022. Looks like they're pushing in the new stuff now.Installation was easy, just crack open the PC case and slip it into the rack. I knew about the noisy reputation that WD Black Drive's had, so I ordered a couple of noise-isolating screws and rubber washer to help mitigate the impending cacophony. After slamming everything together, I shoved it all into the PC.Storage size and transfer rate is top-notch, I can both watch and edit 4K movies with no trouble at all. The only problem (which is honestly a non-issue for me, but maybe not for you) is the noise it makes. Every so often, maybe every 5-10 seconds the disk head moves and you can hear a slight "thunk". You get used to it after a while, and this IS a performance drive, so noise like that is to be expected. Might be a bit jarring to people who weren't around when your computer sounding like an old muscle car starting up was standard.When going through heavy loads, the HDD spins to a high speed, but thanks to those noise-isolating screws and washers, I barely hear it. And since I'm only using this drive for editing, when I'm not editing Windows automatically turns off the drive so the "thunking" isn't around unless the drive is on and in use. No "scratching" or similar noises have been heard from the drive yet, and I've been using it heavily since Day-1. Only Whirling of the disks and the every present "thunk".This will give you good storage and speed with the only trade-off being noise. Keep that in mind as you eye that "Add To Cart" button.



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