Seagate Iron Wolf Series NAS SSD Hard Drives have 7000TBW Life
Seagate Iron Wolf and Iron Wolf Pro 125 series hard drives are SATA 6Gbps interface, 2.5-inch specifications, performance will not be very strong, but the advantage is large capacity, starting from 250GB, up to 4TB.
Specifically, the Iron Wolf 125 series is 250GB to 4TB, using 3D TLC flash memory, read speed 560MB/s, write speed 540MB/s , random read up to 95K IOPS, random write up to 20K IOPS, the highest power consumption 2.8W.
In terms of reliability, Ironwolf 125 series SSD hard drives have a maximum write life of 5600TBW, 1.8 million hours without failure interval, and a 5-year warranty.
In terms of price, the 250GB, 500GB, 1TB, 2TB and 4TB of the Iron Wolf 125 series are priced at US$63 (about 430 yuan), US$74 (about 573 yuan), US$142 (about 969 yuan), and 294. US dollars (about 2007 yuan), 609 US dollars (about 4158 yuan).
The Iron Wolf Pro 125 series is 240GB to 3.84TB, using 3D TLC flash memory, read speed 545MB/s, write speed 520MB/s, random read up to 96K IOPS, random write up to 30K IOPS, and power consumption up to 5W.
In terms of reliability, Ironwolf Pro 125 series SSD hard drives have a maximum write life of 7000TBW, 2 million hours without failure interval, and a 5-year warranty.
In terms of price, the 240GB, 480GB, 960, 1.92TB and 3.84TB of the Iron Wolf Pro 125 series are priced at 98 US dollars (about 669 yuan), 146 US dollars (about 997 yuan), and 264 US dollars (about 1802 yuan), 474 US dollars (about 3236 yuan), 888 US dollars (about 6063 yuan).
Comparing the two sides, the Iron Wolf Pro 125 series is mainly reliable, the write life has increased by about 1/4, and the DWPW has increased from 0.7 to 1, but the price is soaring, which is almost 50% more expensive.
Posted by Mohit Sharma on September 3, 2020 in Technology