ioSafe 214 Qualified Hard Drive List
Before you proceed, please note:
- Always back up your data. Disk failure can occur without any warning signs even when the hard disks have been tested normal by S.M.A.R.T. test. According to a study published by Google Research, after the first scan error, drives are 39 times more likely to fail within 60 days. It is important to always back up your data as a precaution.
- Always choose hard drives that suit your needs. Desktop class hard drives are designed for balanced performance and reliability for everyday computing, while enterprise class hard drives are designed to deliver higher performance standards suitable for 24x7 mission critical business applications. Hard drive manufacturers strongly recommend installing enterprise class hard drives for the RAID environment. Please choose the hard drive that fits your needs.
- Always choose hard drives listed here. ioSafe has done extensive testing to ensure the hard drives listed operate to our quality standards. Choosing a Hard Drive that is not on the list may put you at greater risk of losing precious data.
Qualified hard drives are listed below:
|3.5" SATA Hard Drives|
|Hitachi||0F10383||1TB||Desktop||JPT39C, JPT3MA, JP40A3EA|
|Seagate||ST1000DM003||1TB||Desktop||CC9B, CC4B, CC4C|
|Seagate||ST2000DL003||2TB||Desktop||CC32, CC98, CC3C, CC45|
|Seagate||ST3000DM001||3TB||Desktop||CC95, CC96, CC43, CC4B|
|Western Digital||WD10EARS||1TB||Desktop||51.0AB51, 80.00A80|
* Note: This particular drive tends to run hotter than most drives during normal operation. Maximum environmental temperature is derated to 30°C (86°F).