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Seagate BarraCuda Internal Hard Drive 4TB SATA 6Gb/s 256MB Cache 3.5-Inch (ST4000DM005)

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Description

  • Cost-effective 7200 RPM internal hard drive upgrade for laptop or desktop computers allows you to store all of your games, music, movies, and more
  • Seagate BarraCuda??s SATA 6Gb/s interface optimizes burst performance while Seagate Secure models offer hardware-based data security
  • Best-fit applications for BarraCuda hard drives include desktop or all-in-one PCs, home servers, entry-level direct-attached storage devices (DAS)
  • Instant Secure Erase allows safe and easy drive retirement, and you can protect data with Self-Encrypting Drive (SED) models
  • 2 year limited manufacturer warranty

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Customer Reviews

This drive can and WILL randomly die on you! only had it 7 months and it died! I have to be honest. this drive worked fine... for 6 months and then it just failed! 'click of death'. I saw some reviews saying that this drive cound fail but all the others were so positive that i though it must be a random bad product . NOPE, its just spotty. even before it dided it was having small issues here and there like taking forever to read. if you want to take a chance go for it but you really are playing a game of Russian roulette. 2Seatools reporting bogus serial and model info Bought two of these 4TB drives, ran Seatools tests against them both,one of them failed the Long Generic, then moved them to a different machine and now they both pass and I didn't stop to mark to "bad" drive so a bit confused. I am a long time Seagate user but growing concerned with quality issues (bought a 2TB here several months ago that was DOA), slowly moving to Western Digital. Also I noticed that the Serial and Model reported by Seatools is COMPLETELY different than what is printed on the drive label! See the attachment, the first USB drive shown, BOTH drives show the same exact info! WTH ? 3that's a bad design or a bad batch Failed after 4 months. RMA replacement failed after just 2 months. In 20 years of computing(gaming/home networking) these are the only drives I have ever had fail. One drive OK, it happens. But the replacement failed too? Nope, that's a bad design or a bad batch. Don't waste your time or money and get something else. 1GREAT DRIVE! GREAT PRICE! This is not a retail product!!!! Drive came, shipping as expected 2 day due to prime and on a Sunday GREAT! drive works just fine so far installed, and currently slow formatting it taking as long as expected. Unit DOES NOT COME in a retail box!!!!!!! this means it was considered OEM, or removed from the box. my last 4TB that I bought came in a retail box. Be aware of this, if you are expecting the Seagate Seatools disk or another SATA cable this will not have it. Can't knock it too far down as the product is performing as expected. 32 months in and perfect! Great drive! I've had this for about 2 months now and have had no issues with it. I have the 4TB version. I use it for media and game storage in my gaming rig. I must admit, I was a little apprehensive about getting another Seagate internal drive after my old 7200.11 and 7200.12 drives all died quickly and ran loud and hot. This is the first one I've had since those. and so far it's been excellent! No errors at all, quick and cool running. According to HW Monitor, it runs 4 degrees C cooler than the black and 3 Degrees cooler than the blue. The highest temp I've seen is 28 Degrees C for the Cuda under high load. I haven't run any benchmarks (I don't like to do that), but the speed is comparable to my WD Blue 2012 1TB, which is a pretty fast drive. The Seagate is slightly slower when reading and writing large amounts of small files, but not by much. It is noticeably slower than my WD Black 2013 1TB, but that drive cost me almost as much as this 4TB Cuda did and is considered a higher tier drive.The only drawbacks I can see so far is that the Cuda makes a bit of a racket when transferring small files. It is the only internal mechanical drive in my rig that I can hear at all over the 8 case fans. It's mounted in a quick release bay with rubber mounts, so it will likely be quite loud in a hard mounted bay. It's seek time also seems to be slower compared to the two WD 1TB drives, but again it's not by much and those 1TB drives are both 7200 RPM while the Cuda is 5900 RPM, so that might be part of the reason.Overall, I see no drawbacks with the Seagate Cuda 4TB. It's price per GB is lower than most anything else in it's price range. It's faster than the WD Blue 4TB by a wide margin, which I consider to be it's main competition. That was the drive I was comparing it to when I was looking at a new drive. I'll update this review if the drive blows up or does anything wonky, but barring that I definitely recommend it! It seems Seagate has come a long way in recent times and their products are much improved compared to the ones from 4 or 5 years ago. 5Solid performance! Great drive! I have been using it for awhile now and no problems. The drive is quiet and pretty fast for a 6gb drive! I stored almost my whole DVD collection on it and use it as a home cloud storage. 5Nice while it worked, won't purchase again Bought July 2017, installed mid Aug 2017, drive failed Late Oct 2017. Customer support terrible, ran multiple Seagate software tools per customer service, they said drive was good and to only reformat. Reformatted per instructions now only 1.6TB available. Windows shows no other unallocated partitions or anything else. Seagate finally said to send in drive. Now 2 options, option 1 is to pay to send it in, wait weeks for replacement, or option 2 pay $11.95 to have them ship you one, then ship bad one back with "free" shipping label. I am done dealing with this issue, I will replace under warranty but will be sticking with Western Digital or something else from now on. Literally spend over 30 hours with this issue and restoring files from Carbonite and back up drives. Replacement should be 100% free since this drive failed within 90 days! 2A Solid HDD It's a HDD and it works as expected. Although it says 7200 RPM, it seems the transfer rate of this is much slower than my previous 7200. I initially had issues with it when I first connected it to my machine but it ended up clearing itself out and has been stable -- but slowish -- ever since. 4Works good but..... Bought this drive based off of the reviews. Most were good, a few bad, so I decided to roll the dice.Drive works. Have had no problem with functionality whatsoever. Iuse it for my Time Machine back up for my mac running OS X 10.13. However, about a month after I installed it, the drive stared to make fairly loud clicking noises. I'm not talking quiet hard drive sounds, I'm talking loud clicking noises from the arm moving back and fourth. I can hear it outside my office with the door open about 25-30 feet away. I thought it was an old drive Hi had installed at the same time. So I didn't think anything about it at the time. Someone came into my office today and ask about the clicking sound. I thought I should investigate which drive it was. It's my 4 gig drive, the only one I have in the machine. I'm not exactly happy about this because I should have investigated sooner. Now I can not return it. 2My only real issue is Seagate hiding warranty length I just received 2 of these drives, for a RAID-1 setup, and so far they are working quite well.The first thing to note is that Amazon is selling a bare (OEM) drive (a generic box which contains just the drive, packaging material, and warranty). As such, the box you get doesn't give the average consumer enough information to know what is inside (the sticker on the box lists it as "ST4000DVMB05" versus the actual "ST4000DM005"). So it is not quite the same as you would find in a store. If you need screws, cables, other hardware, or a hard-copy of a manual, this may not do. I won't knock off a star for that, as it is an Amazon issue (not clearly listing it as drive only).The problem with Seagate is reliability: they have reportedly had reliability issues lately. My two have worked fine in the 24 hours or so I have had them, putting ~2TB of data on them so far. However, I of course wanted to verify the warranty, since the Amazon product info page isn't very clear (2 years shows up in a comparison chart, but it also shows 5 years for a similarly named product that is "lumped together" for reviews). So what IS the actual warranty? Let's see:The generic box has no information outside about the warranty. Inside, it includes a "Seagate Limited Warranty" card. It has a section "How Long Does The Coverage Last?" section, which states that it is the length of time indicated as part of your product packaging (fail: there IS NO time period on the product packaging). Next, it says to look at the product box or quick start guide (neither are included in an OEM/bare package: fail again). Finally, they give you a URL you can use. Going to that URL, it repeats the "product packaging", "product box or quick start guide" and URL mantra. If you are persistent, you will see that even though the URL is the same as the page you are on, clicking on it this time will magically take you to a different page where you can enter the drive serial number, model number, country, and CAPTCHA code (don't want spammers finding out warranty lengths!) and it finally gave me slightly over 2 years (huh???).So they REALLY make you jump through hoops to find out how long the warranty is, the warranty length does not appear in several places that Seagate says it should, and you have to enter your serial number to find out for certain. That just ain't cool. While they may stand behind their products, they don't act like it. A 2-year warranty for a consumer hard drive at this price is acceptable, so why hide it?Sorry for my rant, but I feel that it is important to be an educated consumer (and even more important when dealing with your precious data). 4
Seagate BarraCuda Internal Hard Drive 4TB SATA 6Gb/s 256MB Cache 3.5-Inch (ST4000DM005)

Seagate BarraCuda Internal Hard Drive 4TB SATA 6Gb/s 256MB Cache 3.5-Inch (ST4000DM005)

3.8
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
Dhs. 1,157.00
Sale price
Dhs. 1,157.00
Regular price
Dhs. 1,928.00
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Save 40% (Dhs. 771.00)