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post #1 of 44 (permalink) Old 06-05-2019, 07:13 AM - Thread Starter
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[Anand] Seagate Announces 16TB HDDs

https://www.anandtech.com/show/14474...lf-hard-drives

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The Exos X16 16TB HDD SATA model (ST16000NM001G) has an MSRP of $629 and is available for purchase today. The dual-port SAS model (ST16000NM002G) is priced at $639. The detailed specifications of the various Exos X16 variants are reproduced in the table below.

The IronWolf Pro (ST16000NE000) has a MSRP of $665 and the IronWolf (ST16000VN001) is priced at $610. These models come with the Rescue Data Recovery Service. The detailed specifications are presented in the table below. The IronWolf 16TB drive is rated for 600K load/unload cycles. The corresponding figure for Exos X16 and the IronWolf Pro were not provided.
Well, 16TB is here. Dat price tho. I can get 12TBs for half that, but the price will likely drop once higher capacity drives are released.

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How long will it take to transfer 16tb worth of data on it? lol
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How long will it take to transfer 16tb worth of data on it? lol
Dual SAS should provide 2x12gb/s so 24gb/s transfer speed could theoretically be ~90 minutes for a full 16TB. Probably not though, then again what do I know...

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How long will it take to transfer 16tb worth of data on it? lol
Every time i buy a new drive and copy from the old drive it replaces it takes about 24 hours so a full 16 TB drive would probably take something like 40-50 hours to fill up if you copy from another HDD
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https://www.anandtech.com/show/14474...lf-hard-drives



Well, 16TB is here. Dat price tho. I can get 12TBs for half that, but the price will likely drop once higher capacity drives are released.
$665 converted to kr and with 25% VAT added is about 5500 kr and i am not paying that even for a 16 TB drive not when the 14 TB is about 4400 kr compared

Edit: 5705 kr from computersalg.dk
https://www.computersalg.dk/i/560839...o-st16000ne000

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Anyway its good to see 16 TB is on the way as i will need to replace my two 12 TB drives at some point
Or maybe it would just be better to add a fifth HDD instead of buying bigger and bigger drives every two years

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Quote: Originally Posted by anticommon View Post
Dual SAS should provide 2x12gb/s so 24gb/s transfer speed could theoretically be ~90 minutes for a full 16TB. Probably not though, then again what do I know...
Max transfer rate of 261 MB/s, so that's 17 hours at max rate.


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Max transfer rate of 261 MB/s, so that's 17 hours at max rate.
Speaking from experience the average transfer rate when copying from one drive to another is about 90-100 MB/s even if the drive can do well over 200 MB/s
So filling the drive up would be about 49-50 hours at 90 MB/s

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It also depends on the file. Usually smaller files take longer than large files. I can copy a 30gb bluray rip from one drive to another a lot faster than 30gb of smaller files.

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It also depends on the file. Usually smaller files take longer than large files. I can copy a 30gb bluray rip from one drive to another a lot faster than 30gb of smaller files.
Even using very large files I get ~1GB/s or 128 MB/s per drive copying to my 8x8TB raid 0 scratch disk. My RAID 5 of 10TB drives gets a bit faster per drive, just under 150 MB/s in windows explorer file copies using 30GB+ files. This and other benchmarks makes me believe these 16TB drives could actually see real world writes up to 180-200 MB/s per drive. As density goes up performance goes up for spinning disks.

At 180 GB/sec it would take 24.7 hours to fill the drive.
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