"The new drives are intended for NAS boxes with up to five drive bays" - what?
so if there are 5+ bays you can't use these?
so if there are 5+ bays you can't use these?"
"In a five-bay NAS, home users and small-to-midsize businesses (SMBs) can enjoy up to 20TB of storage by shoving a handful of 4TB drives into the system. "
I am sure you could add even more if you have the drive bays to do so. We have a 8-bay NAS running all 3tb Caviar reds with no issues. I cant see these being a problem.
I bought 5 Seagate 4TB SATA drives for my NAS a month ago. Not these, but they seem to be working fine so far.
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