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WD Red Plus (12 TB, 3.5", CMR)
254,42 was 297,50 21,20/1TB

WD Red Plus

12 TB, 3.5", CMR


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15 answered questions about Red Plus

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saru-1998

1 year ago

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Stardustone

1 year ago

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It is absolutely important that the replacement disc also uses the CMR process, you have to be careful with the NAS discs, because there are some with SMR or CMR and yes this WD80EFZZ disc is CMR, so this technically matches the old CMR WD80EFAX discs :).

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Webfly

2 months ago

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Dontales

2 months ago

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The 4TB variant is quieter, I have no experience with the 6TB, the 10TB are at least as loud as the 8TB, if not a little louder, larger HDDs are usually loud, as far as I know, the WD Pro are even louder, as are the equivalent Seagate drives. Unfortunately this is the case

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Brumbo99

4 months ago

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Oti1608

4 months ago

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can be connected without any problems. Cache improves read speed. I don't know your raid, but I'm sure you can answer this question yourself. Otherwise, see also "Uwe's" post.

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Wyrack

6 months ago

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pro4more

6 months ago

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For home use with a few cameras, a Red is certainly sufficient, the Purple only has advantages if many cameras write to the disk and you often evaluate the videos. Both are suitable for continuous operation.

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elfano

1 year ago