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[Memory Express] Blue 4TB Desktop Hard Drive, SATA III w/ 64MB Cache- $109.99

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[Memory Express] Blue 4TB Desktop Hard Drive, SATA III w/ 64MB Cache- $109.99

I think it’s a Good deal
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M-Arkham
WD40EZRZ, it's a 5400rpm drive, you'll find this drive hover around $100-120 fairly often.
2x Zoomer $36 for 4GB and unlimited Can wide txt/talk
1x Fido $40 for 5GB w/ unlimited Can Wide Pulse
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Can be had for $89.99 to $99.99 on sale.
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Aug 25, 2019
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Tempting....However just looked at Newegg and this is $120 plus shipping...
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Airdrie
I purchased this a couple months ago on amazon for $106. That seems to be the usual price.

It works fine for storage, not my primary drive. If I havent accessed it in a while it takes a couple seconds and you can hear it wind up. Never noticed that before but this is probably the quietest computer I have built.
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Last edited by mcwilly on Nov 18th, 2019 11:41 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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I'm both totally surprised and not at all surprised that drive prices haven't dropped.

I've been paying about this for 4TB drives since they came out damn near.
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King City
Yup, bought these for $89.99 + taxes back in Feb ish from Canada Computers.

Still thanked your post OP.
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looks like ME is the new CT
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death_hawk wrote:
Oct 15th, 2019 3:16 pm
I'm both totally surprised and not at all surprised that drive prices haven't dropped.

I've been paying about this for 4TB drives since they came out damn near.
Super disappointed that 10TB drives aren't normally this price. Last I checked it was flooding that kept prices high. How long ago was that?
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KevCnew wrote:
Oct 15th, 2019 5:34 pm
Super disappointed that 10TB drives aren't normally this price.
I actually wonder what the margins for the manufacturer are on hard drives.
Last I checked it was flooding that kept prices high. How long ago was that?
7 years apparently.
Price per TB is pretty damn low nowadays. I was more comparing the back end of 4TB sales vs today's drive pricing.
Brand new 4TB drives at launch were closer to $200 than $100.
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Airdrie
I would like to update this to say my HDD stopped showing up on my computer (the partition shows as unallocated, about 2TB of data). I am in the process of trying to recover the partition. Otherwise I will have to try to recover the data. This is the first hard drive I have ever had fail on me, 3 months in I'm not very impressed.

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