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Still no 1TB/platter WD Blacks (WD####FAEX. They started throwing in Z's into the product model #'s. For example, the WD Blue 1TB/Platter is the WD10EZEX. The Green 1TB/Platter is something similar). They already have a 500GB/platter 1-sided (500GB on one side of the platter, so they can fit 500GB on the other side) WD Black, why no 1TB/platter WD Black?
WD's model numbers do not reflect platter size at all. Also WD is known to change platter sizes without changing the model number. For example, I own a WD5000AAKS that was made in august of 2010, it has 2 250GB platters inside, where as the recently made ones (that model is now discontinued) were 1 500GB platter bearing the same model number.

I'll break down the two model numbers for you


A. WD Blue 1TB WD10EZEX

WD 10 E Z E X
1___ 2 3 4 5 6

1- Company initials. WD = Western Digital
2. States the capacity of the drive. 10 = 1TB on Blue, Green, and Red drives.
3. States the capacity unit and form factor. E = 3.5" drive measured in TBs.
4. States the business unit / brand (series). Z = Desktop Advanced Format on Blue, Green, and Black drives.
5. States buffer size, RPM, or attribute. E = 7200RPM Drive with 64MB of Cache and is 2TB or less.
6. States the interface of the drive. X = SATA 6Gb/s backwards compatible with SATA 3Gb/s.

B. WD Black 1TB WD1002FAEX

WD 100 2 F A E X
1__ 2a 2b 3 4 5 6

1. WD = Western Digital
2a. States the capacity. 100 = 1TB on Black and Enterprise Drives
2b. Used as a product code. Cannot explain this one, not found on wd's site, but I'm guessing in this case its used to denote is the second 1TB model black they have produced.
3. F = 3.5" drive NEW FORMAT measured in TBs
4. Z = Desktop Advanced Format on Blue, Green, and Black drives
5. E = 7200RPM drive with 64MB of Cache and is 2TB or less.
6. X = Sata 6Gb/s backwards compatible with SATA 3Gb/s

This may be off topic a bit but hopefully this will help a bit in someway.
Edited by blong48 - 11/24/12 at 11:15pm
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Wow. Isn't that too big for an ordinary MBR though? I guess you would have to use more than one partition.

for BIOS, the maximum size is 4TB. thats why UEFI is there. so that you can create partitions larger than 4TB.
 
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that's a lot of data that only needs one drive failure to lose...

They invented this thing called RAID 5...
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I need ~10TB at a cheap price with low power consumption. 3 or 4 of these in Raid5 might work.
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I think its overpriced... you can get a 1TB drive 7200rpm for $80 these days, x4 thats $320. $20 cheaper than the 4TB drive, although you'd spend much more on electricity over time. but isn't one of the points to buying a larger capacity drive a better TB/$ ratio? it used to be buy big and save, now they release a bigger drive and charge more per TB than the smaller drives, which scares me because say you invest in one of these drives and fill it up, then it fails. just doesn't seem worth it to me at all. thats my 2cents.gif

I think you miss the point. The price premium comes from the physical size: More data, no more than 1 drive needed. Let's say you're working in a Temjin or PS07B and you don't want to use the HDD rack.

You only have space for 1-2. 3 max drives if you put them both in the 5.25 bays. In these cases, some people might be willing to pay for a TB/$ premium.
Any other reason? Don't do it.
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I need ~10TB at a cheap price with low power consumption. 3 or 4 of these in Raid5 might work.
DO NOT PUT BLACKS IN RAID!!! Horrible Idea. They were not build for it and will continuously drop out of your RAID array; Blues and Greens were not build for RAID either. The only drive that is built for RAID are the WD Red drives. Those are some great drives. I have a WD Red 1TB WD10EFRX and haven't had any problems so far. The Reds are not 7200RPM though, they are IntelliPower (WD's name for ~5400RPM), but from what I've heard and read the bottleneck will actually be your RAID controller. So your best bet would be the WD Red series.
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DO NOT PUT BLACKS IN RAID!!! Horrible Idea. They were not build for it and will continuously drop out of your RAID array; Blues and Greens were not build for RAID either. The only drive that is built for RAID are the WD Red drives. Those are some great drives. I have a WD Red 1TB WD10EFRX and haven't had any problems so far. The Reds are not 7200RPM though, they are IntelliPower (WD's name for ~5400RPM), but from what I've heard and read the bottleneck will actually be your RAID controller. So your best bet would be the WD Red series.

Bull.

I have four WD Blacks in raid setup for years now.

Not a single glitch.
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Bull.
I have four WD Blacks in raid setup for years now.
Not a single glitch.
You must be one of the rare people who don't have any problems. Does your RAID controller handle ECC differently from others? Cuase what I've heard / read is that its the way Windows handles ECC disagrees with the way the RAID Card handles ECC, which causes the drives to drop. This makes me think, I'll read up more again.
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that's a lot of data that only needs one drive failure to lose...

My thoughts exactly.
To this day I still see 2TB drives dropping like flies in comparison to their smaller counterparts.

Makes me REALLY nervous about going to higher capacity drives in our servers when we dont even seem to have 2TB nailed down yet.
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I have Greens in RAID 5 had them that way for a very long time.
 
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