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posted: Nov. 18, 2016 @ 2:01p
How reliable is Toshiba?
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posted: Nov. 18, 2016 @ 2:20p
speedoflight said: How reliable is Toshiba? Ive only had my P300 3TB for about 5-6 months , but no problems , no noise (its quite) and runs cool . A buddy of mine has the P300 2TB for about 8-10 months , and the same for him , no problems and silent . We both use them as gaming (game only) drives .
Best info I can offer atm . As far as longevity , these units have not been out long enough to really give a good evaluation on that .
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posted: Nov. 18, 2016 @ 2:43p
According to Backblaze they say Toshiba's drives are pretty good however the 3TB are the worst of the bunch this is not to say they are bad, but the 4tb and the 5tb have better records (They don't fail) The only issue is they don't have a lot of Toshiba's (about 250 or so) so it's hard to get a proper baseline. For 2016 3TB - 2 Failures 4TB - 0 Failures 5TB - 1 Failure
Better than a Seagate 4TB any day of the week. (Over 700 failures)
posted: Nov. 22, 2016 @ 11:37p
In for one Toshiba P300 3TB....but the coupon code in the original post was rejected. I used BFFLYER05 and it gave me $10 off to reach final price $69
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posted: Nov. 23, 2016 @ 9:31a
shinyhalo said: In for one Toshiba P300 3TB....but the coupon code in the original post was rejected. I used BFFLYER05 and it gave me $10 off to reach final price $69 Yeh , looks like Newegg re-started the deal with a new code .
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