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HGST Now Shipping 10Tb Drives

Sat Dec 05, 2015 4:23 pm

https://www.hgst.com/company/media-room ... th-in-data

I think it's finally time that I'll have to start charging extra based on drive size. I just did two 8Tb Seagates, and now this. Unless the speed of imaging greatly increases, will have to start adding cost based on equipment time imaging that much data.

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Re: HGST Now Shipping 10Tb Drives

Sun Dec 06, 2015 7:29 am

Are you kidding me ?? I never knew PC-3000 Supports up to 8TB.. or Just the PC-3000 Express version ??
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Re: HGST Now Shipping 10Tb Drives

Sun Dec 06, 2015 3:06 pm

It does and doesn't. I don't think there's a specific utility for it, at least the week I did it (before I upgraded to 6.0) there wasn't. But, I still could work in terminal and could image the drive in DE. ATA is ATA, same commands regardless of the size. In this case it was just one with stuck heads (imaged 100% amazingly) and the other was just a logical corruption case.

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