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Western Digital releases their new 10TB Gold series datacenter HDDs

Western Digital releases their new 10TB Gold series datacenter HDDs

Western Digital releases their new 10TB Gold series datacenter HDDs

Western Digital releases their new 10TB Gold series datacenter HDDs

 

Western Digital releases their new 10TB Gold series datacenter HDDs, offering 25% more capacity and up to 21% faster sequential performance than their previous 8TB Datacenter drives. 

Alongside both capacity and speed improvements the new 10TB Western Digital Gold hard drives use HelioSeal helium-technology, allowing it to pack in an insane amount of capacity as well as reduce power consumption by 8%, reducing the cost of ownership for this drive significantly per unit of capacity. 

 

       It is Western Digital's ongoing goal to provide superior reliability and compelling value to our enterprise customers,

WD Gold drives are a key component of the overall WD portfolio, providing power efficient, capacity-optimized storage for a wide range of high workload applications. The new 10 TB capacity enables customers to efficiently deploy higher density storage solutions.

 

Western Digital releases their new 10TB Gold series datacenter HDDs

 

WD Gold 10 TB datacenter hard drives provide:

  • - Improved power efficiency - HelioSeal Technology delivers lower power with an increase in capacity. Power efficiency (watts/TB) during operation is improved up to 26 percent over the WD Gold 8 TB drive.
  • - Better performance - Up to 21 percent sequential performance improvement over WD Gold 8 TB datacenter drives
  • - High reliability - WD Gold drives incorporate best-of-breed design, manufacturing and test processes to achieve one of the highest reliability ratings in the industry - 2.5 million hours MTBF (8 TB and 10 TB offerings)
  • - Dedicated Premium Support Line - Western Digital offers a 24/7 premium support line for WD Gold drive customers and can be reached at U.S.: (855) 559-3733; International: +80055593733.

 

Right now Western Digital's 10TB Gold series hard drives are available to purchase in the US at select distributors and retailers. 

 

You can join the discussion on Western Digital's new 10TB Gold hard drives on the OC3D Forums

 

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03-08-2016, 13:57:12

Greenback
Even if I had a drive that big I'd still fill it up and need anotherQuote

03-08-2016, 16:57:37

xnax2802
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Originally Posted by Greenback View Post
Even if I had a drive that big I'd still fill it up and need another
The vicious storage cycle :P

*Buys new HDD*
"Oh, look at all this space I have now. Let's install ALL the things!"
"...aaaaand I need another HDD"Quote

03-08-2016, 17:35:24

Chrazey
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Originally Posted by Greenback View Post
Even if I had a drive that big I'd still fill it up and need another
Quote:
Originally Posted by xnax2802 View Post
The vicious storage cycle :P

*Buys new HDD*
"Oh, look at all this space I have now. Let's install ALL the things!"
"...aaaaand I need another HDD"
You guys can't be serious right now? ... I have an Samsung 950 PRO 512GB M.2 SSD and it's my only drive, and I'm not even utilizing it to even 50% lol!Quote

03-08-2016, 17:43:52

xnax2802
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Originally Posted by Chrazey View Post
You guys can't be serious right now? ... I have an Samsung 950 PRO 512GB M.2 SSD and it's my only drive, and I'm not even utilizing it to even 50% lol!
I installed a 1TB HDD in my rig about two months ago, upgrading total storage from 750GB to 1,75TB. It's 50% full now Quote

03-08-2016, 18:03:54

Greenback
I have 678Gb left of 2400GB my steam, origin and uplay take up 1150GB alone, and steam doesn't have all my games installedQuote
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