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Seagate Enterprise ST4000NM0074 Price in Malaysia

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Specs of Seagate Enterprise ST4000NM0074

Release Date in Malaysia
DateOct 2014
Hard drive
Hard drive capacity4000 GB
Hard drive interfaceSerial ATA III, SAS
Hard drive speed7200 RPM
Hard drive size3.5"
Device typeHDD
Drive device, buffer size128 MB
Average latency4.16 ms
Hard drive interface transfer rate6 Gbit/s
Hard drive sustained transfer rate226 MiB/s
Mean time between failures (MTBF)1400000 h

Reviews of Seagate Enterprise ST4000NM0074
Reviewed on 2015-06-18
Largest capacity 2.5” HDD currently on the market, Secure erase feature along with SED FIPS 140-2 models available, About half the price of its Performance counterpart
Trades price/power consumption for performance
The Seagate Enterprise Capacity HDD v3 is a 2.5” drive is Seagate's third generation of Enterprise Capacity drives, this time with the highest capacity currently available for 2.5” HDDs at 2TB (Toshiba has a 3TB 2.5” HDD but it is not currently available)...
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Reviewed on 2014-12-24
Enterprise Class Quality, 1.4 Million Hours MTBF (Mean Time Between Failures), Top Of The Charts Performance, 6TB's Capacity, PowerChoice Technology, T10 DIF Technology, Temperatures/Noise Levels, 5 Years Warranty
Price (For Some), 12Gb/s vs 6Gb/s Performance Difference (HDDs)
Hard disk drive capacities have increased more (skyrocketed is more like it) in the past 5 years than in the 20 years prior and although we've yet to reach the point which I've been waiting for (drives exceeding 20TB in capacity) still we do have models w...
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Reviewed on 2014-08-18
Getting to the 6TB level presented some problems, as only five platters normally fit in a standard 3.5 inch drive and the 1TB platter is the largest common standard. Manufacturers have got around this limitation in different ways. Hitachi made waves with ...
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Reviewed on 2014-08-05
On a normal day, I tend to have about 110GB of storage on me. That's just counting my cellphone's internal storage, one extra MicroSD card, and the Patriot Stellar USB/OTG attached to my keychain. Nothing fancy by today's standards you might argue; but if...
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Reviewed on 2014-07-18
IntroductionIn many ways it is a great time to be a PC enthusiast. The cost of building an amazing quad core system is at an all-time low. Video cards are getting so fast even ‘entry level' cards “PNY GTX 750 Ti OC 2GB” offer enough performance potential...
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Reviewed on 2014-07-03
Enterprise Class Quality, 1.4 Million Hours MTBF (Mean Time Between Failures), Top Performance, SelfEncrypting (AES256), FIPS 1402 Certified, 4TB's Capacity, Power Choice Technology, Temperatures/Noise Levels, 5 Years Warranty
Price (For Some)
Through the years we've had the chance to review several 3.5" and 2.5" HDD models ranging from normal everyday ones ideal for consumer use and up to enterprise class ones designed for 24/7 heavy duty workloads. However no matter how many HDDs we've gotten...
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Reviewed on 2014-07-03
Enterprise Class Quality, 1.4 Million Hours MTBF (Mean Time Between Failures), Top Of The Charts Performance, 6TB's Capacity, PowerChoice Technology, Temperatures/Noise Levels, 5 Years Warranty
Price (For Some)
Last night while i was discussing the future of hard disk drives with my cousin it just occurred to us that just roughly 5 years ago storage capacities at around the 3.2GB mark were considered as quite large and not everyone could afford even just that. F...
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Reviewed on 2014-12-15
With every new generation, hard drive manufactures keep pushing the boundaries of what was once thought impossible and are releasing models with dramatic increases in both performance and capacity. Unfortunately, consumers' demands have increased and an e...
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Reviewed on 2014-07-14
GOBS of storage: 6TB of glory, Rather quick compared to smaller capacity drives, Insane sustained speed 216 MB/s, Perfect for backup storage or surveillance, Average power use – not more for more storage
Cost, it is going to cost you a little more for the enterprise quality.
Many, if not most of you, might remember the days of hard drives with just Megabytes of data. It wasn't until 1980 when the first 5.25-inch hard disk was actually released by Seagate. Before that, the idea of storage was left to the lab monkeys budgets. T...
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Reviewed on 2014-08-15
Fast sequential speed, Respectable access times, Enormous capacity
Eyewatering initial pricing for 6TB disks
A single hard disk offering a mind-bogging total storage capacity of 6TB (6000GB) is a new milestone for computing, and it has been reached almost simultaneously by two firms, Seagate and HGST, a subsidiary of Western Digital. Previously, the maximum capa...
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