FS: (US) Seagate Exos Enterprise 2TB HDD SATA 2.5in

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Oct 11, 2020
I have 12 Seagate Exos Enterprise 2TB HDD's 7200RPM SATA. These are 2.5 inch form factor.

Looking for $85 per drive + $8 Shipping. Will entertain bundle discounts for people buying 4 or more.

For those wondering I ran them all through a SMART check. I will post a SMART here for one of the drives (the rest available upon request). They all come in within a few points of the one I posted.

Best-Fit Applications
  • Storage-hungry business applications
  • Storage area networks (SAN) and network attached storage (NAS)
  • Maximum-capacity entry-level servers and blade servers
  • Rich media content storage
  • Enterprise backup and restore—D2D, virtual tape
  • Cloud computing

From the Seagate Website:

Trusted Bulk Data Storage in a Small Data Center Footprint
Exos 7E2000 drives optimize your data center footprint in a proven 2.5-inch form factor for infrastructures requiring highly reliable access to bulk data. Conventional magnetic recording (CMR) technology helps Exos 7E2000 catalyze the datasphere, enabling data center architects and IT professionals to deliver trusted performance, rock-solid reliability and ironclad security for demanding 24×7 operations. A 2M-hr. MTBF rating with supported workloads of 550TB/year, dense data storage and low power consumption help you meet your storage SLAs while lowering TCO.

Significant Hard Drive Power Savings
Exos 7E2000 drives ensure data confidence with a reliable, low-power platform for efficient bulk storage operations, even in harsh data center environments. Exos 7E2000 helps reduce per-gigabyte cooling and energy costs by packing high capacities into an SFF, low-power consumption drive. Included PowerChoice™ technology empowers IT organizations to tailor systems for optimal performance and power consumption, resulting in power savings of up to 35% over traditional 3.5-inch drives, and potentially operating as low as 1.1 watts when idle.


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