|商品尺寸||2.62 x 14.71 x 10.16 cm; 640 克|
+ ￥168.00 运费及进口关税
Western Digital 硬盘驱动器 6TB WD Blue PC 3.5英寸（约8.89厘米） 内置HDD WD60EZAZ-RT
- [接口] SATA 6Gb / S
- [外形尺寸] 3.5英寸
- [缓存] 256MB；[性能等级] 5400RPM
[接口] SATA 6Gb / s
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(If you don't want to read the rest of my admittedly long review, the short version is: if you buy this drive, make sure you CHECK THE WARRANTY STATUS on WD's web site as soon as you get it. If their web site says your drive is an OEM drive, send it back to Amazon immediately and get your money back--because WD WILL NOT honor the 2 year warranty--you're totally on your own if the drive fails within the 2 year warranty period).
I purchased the 3TB Blue version of this drive in April of 2016, confident that if anything went wrong with the drive over a two year period WD would replace the drive under warranty. A few days ago this drive suddenly disappeared from my desktop, and after some testing I figured out that it had totally died. OK, I thought, time to give WD a call and get a replacement.
Not so fast!
I went to the warranty checker on their web site and it said that my drive was an OEM drive and not covered by their warranty. WHAT? Unbelievable!
Without further ado, I called their support number and was told the same thing: this was an OEM drive and not covered.
So I asked to talk to a supervisor/manager. I told the lady that I had purchased the drive from Amazon and that I expected them to honor the two year warranty. She asked me to email her proof of purchase, which I did. She said I would hear from them within 2 business days.
I didn't hear from them after three of four business days, so called them again today. The agent gave me the same story about it being an OEM drive and that as such it was not covered by their warranty. I told him that I had emailed a proof of purchase, showing that I had purchased it from Amazon. Once again, I asked to talk to a manager.
I was put on a very long hold (were they hoping I would just give up?) and when the guy finally came on the line he just reiterated the same thing everyone else had said: it's an OEM drive and we're not replacing it.
I told him there is NOWHERE on Amazon's page that says this is an OEM drive. Nowhere. He said that's Amazon's fault, not theirs. He told me to contact Amazon and get them to replace the drive. I figure that would be a waste of time and effort.
Needless to say, I'm not at all happy. I've been buying WD drives for years. I currently have at least half a dozen in use right now. But today I am looking for another manufacturer.
I'm giving the drive 3 stars. Like I said, I've always like WD drives, so I don't want to just give vent to my frustration and give the drive 1 star. It was a good drive before it failed. I knocked one star off for the fact that it failed after only 20 months. And I knocked off another star for the poor customer support regarding the warranty. I think it's shameful and if they do this to many of their customers they're going to regret it and hurt themselves.
Thanks for reading my review. I hope it helps other people to beware of this loophole where WD can say that your hard drive is OEM even though you bought it from Amazon, and use that as an excuse not to honor the warranty.
Like I said above, as soon as you get the drive, check the serial number on WD's site and if it says it's an OEM, send it back to Amazon and get your money back.
To test the drive:
Download and boot up a Linux distro. This process will take many hours to days to complete depending on the drive speed, drive size, USB vs SATA, chipset and computer, etc.
Open a terminal (or not already at a shell), then type:
sudo badblocks -wsv -b 4096 (or 512 if its an old drive..type 'fdisk -l' to show if its 512 or 4096 sector format) /dev/sdX (X is your particular device) , example: sudo badblocks -wsv -b 4096 /dev/sda. There is an optional -c which specifics the amount of blocks at a time to process, it may or may not increase the speed. If you use it try -c 131072 or -c 65536, or -c 32768, or -c 16384. Might come in handy if testing multiple drives at once.
Try running it for 10-20 seconds with a -c [xxxxxx] or leaving it out, and ctrl-c after 20 seconds--do that for 3-4 different block speeds to determine which one progresses the furthest @ 20 seconds (or whatever interval you count to). For me, leaving the -c option out worked best.
What you are doing is exercising the drive and writing all: 00000000s, 11111111s, 10101010s, and 01010101s patterns across the entire space of the drive, and verifying that it correctly wrote every single bit that writes to the platter. Usually (not always) if a drive is bad, it will show up sooner than later, so you are giving the new drive a solid workout to determine if the drive is defective or not.
These are mid-level desktop drives with only a 2-year warranty. Mid-Level HDDs used to have a 3 year (sometimes 5) year warranty. Yeah, it's not a bad idea to get into the mindset that when you buy a new HDD, don't expect to be able to use if for a few days until after you test it! It's only your data . . .
Got the hard drive in the mail. It came in a bubble wrap insulated envelope and that was it for protection. Not exactly the way I would ship something like that, but figured, okay, maybe it provided it enough protection.
Got everything installed, and drive spun up, so thought everything was okay. After only running it for 4 days, it crashed on me. Nothing recognizes it (BIOS or slave kit). The most upsetting part of this is, I just put a lot of data on it as it is a very large drive and lost all of it. I'm hoping I can recover it from all the old drives I took the data off of .
I ordered a model WD30EZRZ drive on October 10, 2018 and it was sold and fulfilled by Amazon. I went to the WD site and successfully registered it for warranty support. That drive has been going steady and without issue since then as the server drive in a Plex-based HTPC.
On Jan 27, 2019 I did the BUY AGAIN to use this as a BACKUP DRIVE and found it was sold by Hard Drive Geeks and fulfilled by Amazon. I didn't even take it out of the static bag, but went to the WD site and it will NOT register the drive as being OEM or whatever else, see the screen capture.
They included a card saying that they would replace it for 2 years, but honestly, they could be gone tomorrow and then where would I be, except out the money and possibly any files lost on this backup drive.
As much as this screws up my plans for the weekend, I can't keep a drive that I don't trust. If this came from a MyBook or whatever, who knows what has been done with it or TO it.