Western Digital WE RE


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Product Specifications
Interface SATA 6 Gb/s

Performance Specifications
Rotational Speed 7,200 RPM (nominal)
Buffer Size 64 MB
Load/unload Cycles 600,000 minimum

Transfer Rates
Buffer To Host (Serial ATA) 6 Gb/s (Max)

Physical Specifications
Capacity 4 TB
User Sectors Per Drive 7,814,037,168

Physical Dimensions
Height 1.028 Inches
Depth 5.787 Inches
Width 4.00 Inches
Weight 1.66 Pounds

Height 26.1 mm
Depth 147 mm
Width 101.6 mm
Weight 0.75 kg

Environmental Specifications
Operating Shock (Read) 30G, 2 ms
Non-operating Shock 300G, 2 ms

Power Management
Read (Peak Watts) 9.70 Watts
Write (Peak Watts) 9.50 Watts

Idle Mode 31 dBA (average)
Seek Mode 0 34 dBA (average)

Temperature (English)
Operating 41° F to 131° F
Non-operating -40° F to 158° F

Temperature (Metric)
Operating 5° C to 55° C
Non-operating -40° C to 70° C

Electrical Specifications
Current Requirements
Power Dissipation
Read/Write 10.40 Watts
Idle 8.60 Watts

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Hardware.Info  --- Dec 20 '12
Techgage  --- Jan 21 '13
Techware Labs  --- Jan 13 '13
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Hardware.Info on Dec 20 '12

"If you're looking to fill a server with as much storage capacity as possible, then the Western Digital WD RE 4TB is your hard disk."

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Techgage on Jan 21 '13

"If you’re a home user with deep pockets that cares a lot about enterprise-level equipment, the RE would make for a great addition to your server or NAS. For everyone else, the Black 4TB is still..."

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Techware Labs on Jan 14 '13

"As the benchmarks show, the WD WD4000FYYZ RE is a solid performer. Partitioning it on our test system was no challenge, though its unusually large capacity might cause problems if you intend to use..."

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