Seagate IronWolf 110 3.84TB SATA SSD for NAS Applications

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amalurk

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I can get 4TB worth (2x 2TB) sata 860 evo for $650 now and during holidays was about $575.

This drive is still TLC even if better endurance, so they should price it at $799, NAS premium.

Unfortunately, they are likely thinking the high end business NAS market though so it will be close to double in price.
 

Joel

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The main question I'd have about it that wasn't answered was if it has PLP. That would make it more interesting...
 

llowrey

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I hope these support DRAT/DZAT (Deterministic Read/Zeros After Trim). Consumer SSDs dropped that capability several years ago. Linux MD-RAID won't do trim/discard with parity raid (4/5/6) without it. So far it has been cheaper to heavily overprovision consumer SSDs (25+%) and forgo trim/discard than to buy enterprise drives with DZAT support.
 

Mam89

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I don't understand these... If they don't have super aggressive pricing they won't sell very many at their targeted market: soho/smb. Larger enterprises won't purchase these either as they can afford the price economy of tiered NVMe and bulk cheap storage.