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WD BlackČ, looks interesting!
first thing I could think is that our half length 1U with 2HD max chassis could fit in one of this and still we could have space for /backup drive...so we have SSD for OS, 1TB space for files and HD for /backup
some review is here
>> Software download and internet connection are required for installation.
I will not be surprised if the software doesn't work on server-grade hardware / OS.
>> The WD Black2 is designed specifically as an upgrade for laptops with a single drive bay
Originally Posted by
They're designed for Laptops and PCs , so it's not enterprise class to be used in a server grade hardware .
WD BlackČ dual drives are tested and recommended for use in notebooks, all-in-one PCs, thin client PCs, gaming PCs and other small form factor PC systems.*
I don't recommend WD black for server production works.
There are some Segate/Samsung alternatives that worth looking at.
You def. don't want to risk servers uptime by picking the wrong drives.
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