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WD RE 2 TB Enterprise Hard Drive: 3.5 Inch, 7200 RPM, SATA III, 64 MB Cache (WD2000FYYZ) (Old Model)

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  • Industry's highest capacity nearline drive - WD RE SATA hard drives are available in capacities ranging from 2 TB to 4 TB to suit even the most demanding storage needs
  • Highest performance for business-critical applications - WD RE delivers 6 Gb/s transfer rates, sustained sequential data rates of 171 MB/s and high random I/O rates
  • Designed for quality and reliability - With a field-tested 1.2 million hour MTBF, this high performance drive delivers the highest level of reliability for 24x7 operation in up to 100% duty cycle applications
  • Dual processor - Twice the processing power to maximize performance
  • Vibration Protection - Enhanced RAFF technology includes sophisticated electronics to monitor the drive and correct both linear and rotational vibration in real time. The result is a significant performance improvement in high vibration environments over the previous generation of drives.
  • 5 year limited warranty

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Very noisy when seeking, warranty is much less than 5 yearsI purchased four of these drives for installation in a Synology DS411j NAS. They have been in service for 3 months with no problems being reported by the NAS software. The reasons for my two star rating are: the head seek noise is very loud and distracting to the point that I am planning to replace them; the second reason is that the warranty is not 5 years as given in the description, but rather less than 2 years for the units I received. With regard to the warranty, when the drives were registered by serial number on the WD website, the warranty expiration was apparently calculated from the manufacture date, three of the drives I received were warranted for 20 months, while the fourth was for 11 months. If I hadn't already installed them, I would have sent them back for a refund.If head seek noise (with four drives it sounds like a popcorn popper) is not a problem for your then, aside from the warranty period issue, I suspect these drives will give good service.2Works greatI must say that I love the packaging this HDD came in that's very securely protected from damage. This drive is new as it was never used that is evident by the packaging. However, it is not recently manufactured though because the manufactured date shows 2015 on the label. Nevertheless, it is still new as it has not been used before.In using it, on the other hand, at first I didn't know or understood loading it in Linux that HDDs over 2TB is not supported in Linux where partitioning is concerned. I am using Linux Mint 19 Cinnamon and it apparently doesn't seem to have support for using drives greater in storage size than 2TB so no GPT partition style support except MBR partition style. So when I saw that the drive was somehow automatically divided into 4 preset partitions that could not be removed, resized or addition ones able to be created I thought that something was wrong with the drive itself. But when I decided to see what would happen when using it in Windows Disk Management Console a prompt came up asking what partition style that I would like to initialize the disk with either MBR or GPT.Not too familiar with the difference or benefits of one vs the other I decided to do a little research on the difference and benefits of using MBR vs GPT partition styles. As it turns out once you are using HDDs with a storage capacity greater than 2TB you must use GPT partition style to initialize the drive and great your partitions. MBR only supports less than 2TB and up to 4 partitions on the drive so that is why when I connected the drive in Linux and it showed only 4 preset partitions and prevented me from editing, deleting or creating additional partitions then I understood what was the problem.It wasn't the drive that was the problem but Linux OS doesn't support GPT except MBR. Whether or not this can be mitigated to switch to GPT to initialize a HDD with storage capacity greater than 2TB is not necessary for me right now. However, once I used Windows to setup the drive with GPT partition style I was able to create the partitions I wanted with no problems and everything now works great now.5Bought this drive in July of 2016. Date of manufacture 5/25/13. Warranty issues!If the drive never dies on you, it would be no problem. I am using these drives in a NAS backup for a small office, so I would say it's not really heavy use. I purchased 12 of these drives at the same time and they've all been used in the same environment. Monthly backup and daily incremental. At least 2 of the drives (maybe more) have gone bad and have stopped responding. Normally, these drives have a 5 year warranty.I contacted WD to make a claim on the drives and since the date of manufacture was 5/25/13, they initially said the drive was just out of warranty. I told them I just bought the drives in July of 2016 from Amazon, so it should be 5 years from there. WD said ok, just send us a copy of the invoice from Amazon and a picture of the label on the drive. I did that.Now WD said, we're sorry but this is an OEM drive and was shipped to a computer manufacturer. WD policies DO NOT cover warranty for OEM drives, so they could not process the warranty update for my drive to make the 5 years start in July of 2016.So now, I have contacted this Amazon seller to see if they can help me with the warranty claim. I will update my review if they help me replace these bad drives! Keeping my fingers crossed, but disappointed I was sent an OLD drive that was sitting on the shelf for over 3 years.2OLD DRIVE. DO NOT BUY The person in control of this Amazon listing should be fined or jailed in all honesty. The drives being sold are around 5 years old if not older. You can tell because they have 5 year warranties but are all expired. Definitely returned this after finding out the fraudulent description was a scam 1Inaccurate representation of the productThe image on the product page is that of a Western Digital drive. The unit I received is an HP OEM'd Western Digital drive - it is an HP branded drive made by Western Digital. Worst, the drive's manufacturing date on the label is July 6, 2013. It is July 27, 2018 today which likely means that the 5-year warranty is expired. In fairness, the drive does appear be unused. The S.M.A.R.T. information indicates only 2 power-on cycles including the one I did and zero power-on hours. Hopefully, this drive lasts more than 5-years. If not, the warranty recourse is likely not an option. Attached is a picture of the drive with it's manufacturing date and HP logo. I am also including the S.M.A.R.T. drive information from this unit as the basis for this review.*** DiskCheckup V3.4 Build: 1003 Report ***SysInfo DLL Version: SysInfo v1.0 Build: 1122Time of export: 18:34:25 27-Jul-2018Device information: Device ID: 2 Interface: USB Device Capacity: 2861585 MB Serial Number: WCC130833058 Model Number: MB3000GCVBT Firmware Revision: HPG2 Partitions: N/AATA information: Disk geometry: Cylinders: 364801 Tracks/Cylinder: 255 Sectors/Track: 63 Bytes/Sector: 512 Total disk sectors: 5860533168 Logical sector size: 512 Physical sector size: 512 Media rotation rate: 7200 RPM Buffer size: N/A ECC size: 200 Bytes Standards compliance: ATA8-ACS Supported: Yes ATA/ATAPI-7 Supported: Yes ATA/ATAPI-6 Supported: Yes ATA/ATAPI-5 Supported: Yes ATA/ATAPI-4 Supported: Yes SATA Compliance: Yes SATA Gen3 Signaling Speed (6.0Gb/s) Supported: Yes SATA Gen2 Signaling Speed (3.0Gb/s) supported: Yes SATA Gen1 Signaling Speed (1.5Gb/s) supported: Yes Transport Type: Serial SATA 3.0 Transport Compilance: Yes SATA 2.6 Transport Compilance: Yes SATA 2.5 Transport Compilance: Yes SATA II: Ext Transport Compilance: Yes SATA 1.0a Transport Compilance: Yes ATA8-AST Transport Compilance: No World Wide ID: 50014EE25E0A0F5B Feature support: SMART supported: Yes SMART enabled: Yes SMART self-test supported: Yes SMART error log supported: Yes LBA supported: Yes IORDY supported: Yes CFast supported: No DMA supported: Yes Maximum Multiword DMA mode supported: 2 Multiword DMA selected: 0 Maximum UltraDMA mode supported: 6 UltraDMA selected: None Maximum PIO mode supported: 4 SATA Compliance: Yes NCQ priority information supported: Yes Unload while NCQ commands are outstanding supported: No Phy Event Counters supported: Yes Receipt of power management requests supported: No NCQ feature set supported: Yes Software Settings Preservation: Supported, Enabled In-order data delivery: Not supported Initiating power management: Not supported DMA Setup auto-activation: Supported, Disabled Non-zero buffer offsets: Not supported Trusted Computing supported: No Host Protected Area (HPA) supported: No Read look-ahead supported: Yes Read look-ahead enabled: Yes Write cache supported: Yes Write cache enabled: No Power management supported: Yes Security mode supported: No Device Configuration Overlay (DCO) supported: No 48bit Addressing supported: Yes Auto Acoustic Managment (AAM) supported: No Power-up in Standby (PUIS) supported: Yes Power-up in Standby (PUIS) enabled: No Advanced Power Management (APM) supported: No CompactFlash Association (CFA) supported: No General Purpose Logging (GPL) supported: Yes Streaming supported: No Media card pass through supported: No Extended power conditions supported: No Extended status reporting supported: No Write-read-verify supported: No Free-fall control supported: No TRIM command supported: No SCT command transport supported: Yes NV Cache enabled: No NV Cache Power Management supported: NoSMART ATTRIBUTES: ID Description Status Value Worst Threshold Raw Value TEC--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1 Raw Read Error Rate OK 100 253 51 0 N/A 3 Spin Up Time OK 100 253 21 0 N/A 4 Start/Stop Count OK 100 100 0 2 N/A 5 Reallocated Sector Count OK 200 200 140 0 N/A 7 Seek Error Rate OK 100 253 51 0 N/A 9 Power On Time OK 100 100 0 0 N/A 10 Spin Retry Count OK 100 253 51 0 N/A 11 Calibration Retry Count OK 100 253 51 0 N/A 12 Power Cycle Count OK 100 100 0 2 N/A180 Unused Reserved Block Count (Total) OK 200 200 100 0 N/A183 SATA Downshift Error Count OK 99 99 0 1 N/A184 End-to-End error OK 100 100 97 0 N/A187 Reported Uncorrectable Errors OK 100 100 0 0 N/A188 Command Timeout OK 99 99 0 1 N/A190 Temperature Difference from 100 OK 69 69 45 31 N/A192 Power off Retract Count OK 200 200 0 1 N/A193 Load Cycle Count OK 200 200 0 0 N/A194 Temperature OK 121 121 0 31 C N/A196 Reallocation Event Count OK 200 200 140 0 N/A197 Current Pending Sector Count OK 200 200 0 0 N/A198 Uncorrectable Sector Count OK 100 253 0 0 N/A199 UltraDMA CRC Error Count OK 200 253 0 0 N/A200 Write Error Count OK 100 253 0 0 N/A2I just can't get enoughJust got two more of these. I have 22 total now. (16 of the previous RE4 model).To date, no DOA's, no probs, no hiccups, none of them have yet to give me a problem.For mass storage, these will continue to be a no brainer (assuming WD doesn't change their design of course).These drives are fantastic.My procedure upon unpacking is to use the data lifeguard tools to do a low-level sector test, which takes 14 hours per drive.After that, register it online at WD's website, to get your five years AND confirm the validity of the drive. This is actually important, because if the drive is a refurb or uncool in any way, the registration process will advise you, and you can return it if necc.Great overall process: Amazon's great packaging and shipping, WD's tools to test each drive, and 5 year warranty and registration. Love it.Cheers5After blowing up 4 green drives, i took the dive into enterprise class... A little over a year ago, i purchased a WD My Book World II edition NAS. These units come with the WD Green drives in them. Over the past year, I have managed to have to return 4 of these drives as defective (both original and a couple refurbs). With such important files (such as family pictures/video, music, etc), I felt it necessary to get best-in-class drives to run in this unit. The RE4 drives are enterprise class drives and (in spite of also producing the attrocious green drives) WD makes a very good high-end drive. After running in my MBWE for a few months, i decided that these drives in that device was complete overkill. I have recently upgraded my NAS to the QNAP 200 series device. These drives were compatible and have rocked in the new device. I finally have a strong, reliable, and great performance RAID 1 device. I've now had these drives about 2 months and couldn't be happier. SPEND THE MONEY and get enterprise class drives for reliable storage devices!IF/WHEN these drives fail, i'll be sure to update this post.... 5BEWARE you may receive a used drive with no warrantyI ordered this product twice from two different Amazon sellers, and BOTH TIMES I received used drives even thought the listing said they were new. I would not have known they were used, except that a drive failed. When I tried to use the 5 year warranty shown on the web site, Western Digital told me from my serial number that I had an OEM drive and had no manufacturer warranty. The reseller hasn't responded to any of my emails, and Amazon's a-to-z guarantee had already expired by the time I knew I had a problem. So I had no drive and no warranty. Just out the money.I ordered another of the same drive, this time from a different seller. This time I checked the warranty on Western Digital's website. There were only five months remaining of the 5 year warranty! And the S.M.A.R.T. data on the drive indicated it had been powered on for most of those five years. In other words, this drive was also a used drive, and its warranty was about to expire! I am returning it as the incorrect item, since it was listed as new on the web site.If you buy this product through Amazon (or any other online retailer), be SURE that as soon as you receive the drive, you go onto Western Digital's web site to check the warranty, and also check the S.M.A.R.T. data on the drive (I used the free Acronis Disk Monitor) to determine whether it is really a new drive or not. Buyer beware!1Check warranty cardOne of these failed pretty quickly (which is not uncommon with hard drives - they tend to fail in a U-shaped distribution: either right away or quite a bit later). I've been running its replacement in a NAS for a ~6 months now without issue. Initial power on showed the internal serial number matched the label and the SMART data showed the drive as never used; there were no signs of wear.When confirming warranty I was confused when I looked up the serial numbers on the WD site to see they were no longer covered by the manufacturer warranty but in this case you should be looking for a warranty card from the seller (which specifies their coverage from the purchase date). I haven't had to replace my drives (thankfully), so I'm still counting on the seller to honor the warranty (though I have no reason to expect them not to). I was torn between leaving 4 and 5 stars but since any RMA is a bit of a gamble even from manufacturer I've come to think that this indeed meets my expectations and I'd buy another if needed. Since it failed so quickly I was able to do the return directly with Amazon, I was pleased that the seller reached out when I purchased a replacement to confirm that I hadn't done so in error.With that noted if the seller didn't include a warranty card I'd contact them ASAP to confirm your coverage.5Be aware this is not new, and will not have a warranty. The drive I recieved is 6+ years oldPurchased from seller: Storage DealzThe unit seems to work fine and the price was great. Amazon got it to me same day so YAY!!However page indicates "5 year warranty" however when doing to Western Digital site the unit has been outside of warranty since November of 2018 (so the drive is 6+ years old).The unit works so that is a plus, but I cannot speak to its longevity based on its age already.Just be aware that this will be a used or refurbished drive with no warranty and Amazon is not going to do anything for you (I tried).If you are ok with that, then its a good price (2TB was $38) but don't expect it to be a long lasting one, I sure don't.1These hard drives are USED and worn out. READI specifically went with the seller TWONNY because his was listed as new. They are not new, they are worn out old hard drives probably from a bulk auction from a server farm. I bought 2. One was DOA, it would make louder than normal clicking noise continually, and when it spun up, it sounded like a freight train in my computer case, it would also not initialize. I assumed the bearings were out in it. The other did initialize, but any time during reading or writing it would make a grinding noise and would also continue with loud clicks at idle. These are not "New" Old Stock. There's nothing new about them. From what I understand, most of these sellers are doing the same thing. Read all the reviews. Since Amazon seems to be fine with these fraudulent listings, I think they're about to lose a customer. The seller has received my return 2 days ago and is yet to issue my refund. I can't tell you how overly pissed I am about the time I've wasted with this mess. Crystal Mark Info is a program that will give you the power on times and hours of use information from a hard drive. Some sellers can delete this information, but it may be something to look at if your going to risk wasting your time and money buying from these people.1Warranty invalidI ordered this drive and when it came I tried to register it for warranty coverage on the Western Digital support web site. The registration was denied with the message: "The asset failed to register because it's either an OEM product or the warranty has been voided.". Amazon processed a return immediately. The product description advertised a 5 year warranty.1
WD RE 2 TB Enterprise Hard Drive: 3.5 Inch, 7200 RPM, SATA III, 64 MB Cache (WD2000FYYZ) (Old Model)

WD RE 2 TB Enterprise Hard Drive: 3.5 Inch, 7200 RPM, SATA III, 64 MB Cache (WD2000FYYZ) (Old Model)

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