Newegg TV: Western Digital RE Enterprise 4TB 7200 RPM Internal Hard Drives Overview & Benchmarks | Hard Drives:

Here’s a RE Enterprise 4TB 7200 RPM Internal Hard Drives, made by Western Digital, Model: WD4000FYYZ. Check out the video for more info!

Western Digital RE WD4000FYYZ 4TB 7200 RPM 64MB Cache SATA 6.0Gb/s 3.5″ Enterprise Internal Hard Drive -Bare Drive


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Presenter: Paul
Producer: Lam
Camera: Anna
Post-Production: Anna

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upload it says:

very informative

leeo268 says:

4TB and 400$
Dam it is expensive. ><

williemay100 says:

how in the world is that funny just shut up bf3 is only 9gb use common sense when telling a joke

MelodiousSteven says:

$480? Yuck.

stinkykyle96 says:

This makes my 4GB flash drive sad.

BookOfPromise says:

Reprobate. There are plenty of websites for your kind to go lurk on.

Negro Negroson says:

Has anyone really been far even as decided to use even go want to do look more like

elderago says:

exposes the platter to the environment, i.e dust etc the platters are very sensitive and if you ever touch the platter ir will probably hinder the hard drives ability to read data.

also the torx screws are set screwd in a specific way and can nock out the platter if screwed in improperly

tldr don’t open the hard drives unless you want to destroy the hardrive, which is fun

Secular Talk says:

@gpc510 your mom

SWOgottaGO says:

It that even matters.

Xomsabre says:

4TB for $480 actually, 8.5GB/$…
The cheapest 250GB 6Gb/s on Newegg is $60, 4GB/$…then again, the cheapest 2.5TB is $130…almost 20GB/$.
With all the features he mentioned in the video, the fact that it’s an Enterprise drive, and the Western Digital brand and quality…it’s worth the money in my opinion. Though you can get a Hitachi 4TB for $200 less. Hitachi is also a great brand ^_^

ahmaden says:

only paul

6020e3 says:

maybe he was joking…

williemay100 says:

my good sir paul what do you think of the patriot ram 1866

Mowge says:

It’s available with both SAS and SATA

STRX Nation says:

Is it SATA?

Siaynoq8 says:

It’s pretty big……I guess.

Zibathy says:

“… and some delicious forbidden silicon gel…” I know it probably wasn’t that funny, but I lost my shit when he said that.

BoboNL1 says:

have you seen the OCZ Vertex 4’s or the new Vectors? those are crazy fast and reliable, so shut up

r91976 says:

5 platters,800 gb each.stick to hdd’s with no more than four 1gb/platter for now although this is the best money can buy the present time…

inteli722 says:

He was being sarcastic…Battlefield 3 is huge, so it’s kinda hyperbole.

Mr.dullmop says:

Naw man you need at least 8 TBs to hold that game.

Roger Dodger says:

Does it have a single core CPU in it or a Dual-core CPU like in the WD Black?

williemay100 says:

4tb compared to 9gb (going full retard) nope not big enough

George Fang says:

OCZ hasn’t been that reliable, in my personal experience. I do agree with Samsung or Crucial though.

r91976 says:

best hdd right now but costs a fortune

daynater says:

Just asking, how would opening a HDD kill it if you do not touch the inside?

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