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Storage

Seagate Archive 8 TB 3.5" 5900RPM Internal Hard Drive

(2 Ratings, 4.0 Average)

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Specifications

Manufacturer

Seagate

Part #

ST8000AS0002

Manufacturer

Seagate

Capacity

8 TB

Price / GB

$0.061

Type

5900RPM

Cache

128 MB

Form Factor

3.5"

Interface

SATA 6 Gb/s

NVME

No

Price History

    Reviews

    Starflare
    • 25 points
    • 36 months ago

    from completed build Aqua Dream

    Huge capacity but slow, but good enough for storage movies, music for my HTPC needs.

    obsideo
    • 16 points
    • 45 months ago

    from completed build Home Media Server

    (UPGRADED)

    The entire purpose of this drive is an environmental safety. I backup my data to it once a month, then it is stored in a fireproof, waterproof lock box.

    It runs a bit slow, but I expected as much from an archive drive. I would recommend this to anyone that has a similar need. It would not be quite so reliable as a primary storage drive, and likely much worse as a system drive.

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