Anonymous, 19 Jul 2016Means 10TB of data loss :P Never had good experience with Seagate HDD, out of the 3 i had , on... moreI had two and both lasted barely 150 days (power on time) with total start and stop count less than 400 hundred - Info from HD Sentinel .
Yeah, as others have mentioned, I would never trust a Seagate HDD. I never understood where they took the reliability statistics from whenever posting results for Seagate drives, but over the past decade about everyone I knew who went for Seagate had tragic data loss stories related with them, and I am coming from the Windows 98 era of PC builders local society. I had only used one Seagate drive, and it failed. Other than that I always built PCs with Samsung or Toshiba/Hitachi and never had an issue. Almost made me believe that the tools for detecting bad sectors were designed due to Seagate drives existence in the first place.
Means 10TB of data loss :P Never had good experience with Seagate HDD, out of the 3 i had , only 1 manage to last about 2 years before it just drop dead.