Seagate 8TB IronWolf 7200 rpm SATA III 3.5" Internal NAS HDD (OEM)

BH #SEST8000VN4 • MFR #ST8000VN004
Seagate 8TB IronWolf 7200 rpm SATA III 3.5" Internal NAS HDD (OEM)
Key Features
  • 8TB Storage Capacity
  • 3.5" Form Factor
  • SATA III 6 Gb/s Interface
  • 256MB Cache
Designed for use in 1-8 bay NAS environments within home, SOHO, and SMB environments, the 8TB IronWolf 7200 rpm SATA III 3.5" Internal NAS HDD from Seagate is built to withstand 24x7 operations, or 8760 hours per year. This 8TB drive has been equipped with a SATA III 6 Gb/s interface, a rotational speed of 7200 rpm, a 3.5" form factor, and a 256MB cache, providing users with an ample storage capacity and data transfer speeds of up to 210 MB/s. This IronWolf hard drive also has an MTBF rating of 1 million hours, 600,000 load/unload cycles, 1 in 1015 non-recoverable read errors per bits read, and a workload rate of up to 180TB per year.
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Will the 8TB work in the LaCie 2 Big Raid?

Will the 8TB work in the LaCie 2 Big Raid?
Asked by: Connor
The Seagate 8TB IronWolf 7200 rpm SATA III 3.5" Internal NAS HDD (OEM) would work on a Lacie 2 big raid
Answered by: Luiz O
Date published: 2021-12-21

What is the maximum temperature these drives can ...

What is the maximum temperature these drives can safely operate at for extended timeframes?
Asked by: Daniel
The Seagate 8TB IronWolf 7200 rpm SATA III 3.5" Internal NAS HDD (OEM), B&H # SEST8000VN4, is designed with an operating temperature of 32°F to 149°F (0°C ambient to 65°C drive reported). The maximum allowable drive reported temperature is 149°F (65°C). It is not recommended to operate at sustained temperatures above 60°C, higher temperatures can affect drive health.
Answered by: Miguel M
Date published: 2023-12-12

It is stated as Seagate 4TB IronWolf 5400 rpm, ...

It is stated as Seagate 4TB IronWolf 5400 rpm, but in the spec it says 5900rpm? So am I buying 5400rpm or 5900rpm?
Asked by: HIKAA
The Seagate 4TB IronWolf 5400 rpm SATA III 3.5" Internal NAS HDD is a 5400 RPM drive.
Answered by: Kenneth C
Date published: 2023-07-18

Will this drive work in my HP Z6G4 Workstation, ...

Will this drive work in my HP Z6G4 Workstation, Seagate 10TB IronWolf 7200 rpm SATA III 3.5" Internal NAS HDD (CMR, Retail ?
Asked by: kalvin
Yes, the Seagate 10TB IronWolf 7200 rpm SATA III 3.5" Internal NAS HDD (CMR, Retail) BH #SEST10000VN8 is compatible with the HP Z6 G4.
Answered by: Miguel M
Date published: 2022-04-01

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On the product description it says model ST4000VNA08, but the on the picture the model says ST4000VN008? Which drive is this? Also, what is the difference between the two models?
Asked by: Edward
This is ST4000VN008, the vendor/ manufacturer did a special sku (looks like retail package) for retailers like B&H. The drive would be the same
Answered by: Moshe S.
Date published: 2023-12-26

Are these compatible with G-speed shuttles and ...

Are these compatible with G-speed shuttles and LaCie bays?
Asked by: Zane
g-speed wants you to only use there drives and is owned by wd. lacie drive bays will work with these drives.
Answered by: shmuel
Date published: 2020-06-11

hi. it's ok for a synology ds215j? thanks.

hi. it's ok for a synology ds215j? thanks.
Asked by: Marcelo
https://www.synology.com/en-global/compatibility?search_by=products&model=DS215j&category=hdds_no_ssd_trim&filter_brand=Seagate&filter_size=4TB&filter_type=3.5%22%20SATA%20HDD&filter_class=NAS&p=1 According to this Compatibility selector, it appears to be fine. Note that firmwares may differ.
Answered by: Miles
Date published: 2020-08-10

Will this Seagate 4TB IronWolf 5900 rpm SATA III ...

Will this Seagate 4TB IronWolf 5900 rpm SATA III 3.5" Internal NAS HDD work properly in a Promise Pegasus 2 R8?
Asked by: Richard
Yes, however if running RAID you should always match the drive types exactly. If running in JBOD this would be perfectly fine.
Answered by: Darius
Date published: 2021-02-18
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