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Seagate IronWolf 110 2.5" 1.92TB SATA III 3D TLC Internal Solid State Drive (SSD) ZA1920NM10011

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  • Fastest solid state drive for NAS delivers sustained data rates up to 560 MB/s
  • AgileArray firmware keeps NAS enclosures maximized for 24x7 and multi-user environments
  • DuraWrite technology allows for increased performance and reliability
  • SSD ideal for creative pros, small/home office, and small-to-medium enterprise NAS
  • 2-year data recovery services

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4/ 5
Seagate Ironwolf 110 3.84TB SSD 10/1/2019 11:31:15 AM

Pros: - SSD that does not suffer from mechanical failure like HHDs
- High capacity on a single drive that has higher data read/write speeds then most HDDs
- Long warranty and expected storage endurance for years of use

Cons: - Price higher per TB then HDDs
- Capacity still lower then what some HDDs offer
- Seatools SSD utility not currently working on my system

Overall Review: I needed a replacement for my failing 5TB HDD. I researched internal storage options, and had a short list a few days after. I liked some of the 6TB HDD, but after dealing with mechanical failure of my HDD I wanted to consider SSDs. I have a 2TB SSD for OS, and System software. I have grown to trust it. I saw a few 4TB options, but the Seagate Ironwolf 110 3.84TB impressed me most.

The Seagate Ironwolf 110 3.84TB has a 5 year warranty, 2 years of Data Recovery, and the expected endurance is a few decades. My failing HDD had a 5 year warranty, but the product was discontinued shortly after I purchased. So if I shipped the HDD in for service the best they could do is try to service the mechanical failure. The Seagate coverage will protect the hardware, and data on it for 2 years. That is already better then what any HDD warranty offers. Cloning went well, and after some test runs I had the SSD running everything my former HDD was doing. It is not faster that I can notice, but having swapped out the drives in a few hours with no major problems is the best result I have had to date.

There are some minor negatives. The price was the highest of 4 SSDs that offered a 4TB capacity. These are quite new, and 2 SSDs were using low quality components to get lower price points with lower warranties. My 5TB HDD was rather full, so I had to trim some programs/files. Currently I have 80% of the 3.5TB formatted capacity filled. If I want to install new games I will have to decide what to uninstall or risk early drive failure. The suggested SSD optimized Seagate Tools utility software does not work. That was annoying. I am using the generic Seatools utility, and third party software, to monitor the SSD. I can not change the SSD configuration, or update the firmware currently. I am hopeful that an update might fix this in the future.

Overall I am quite happy with the Seagate Ironwolf 110 3.84TB SSD. I hope that it lasts as long as the technical data sheet suggests. I would suggest this product for someone that wants an SSD with more storage on a single drive.

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4/ 5
So far so good 9/20/2019 7:37:02 AM

Pros: - It as fast as any SSD I have used in this slot (SATA2)
- If it turns out to be as reliable as the specs, I will be very pleased

Cons: - It is a little costly
- It didn’t come with an OS transfer tool

Overall Review: CrystalDiskMark:

Read Write
==== =====
282.8 272.3
202.3 193.5
100.8 94.37
21.02 45.84

I am limited by SATA2. This is the fourth SSD I have used in this slot and used all for my OS. All put up similar numbers because SATA2 is the bottleneck.

The big thing here is reliability. I have only had it in place for about two months, so can’t confirm or deny whether it will deliver on the promise of a 2,000,000 hour MTBF. The fact that Seagate is offering a two year data recovery service as part of the warranty speaks volumes. I'll check back in if it ever fails.

Of the ten or so SSDs I have owned, only two have failed. One after about nine months and the other after about two years. All the rest are still in use with the oldest one being about six years. My record with HDDs is much worse. For me it says I am already better off with SSDs even without huge MTBF specs. Everything I have that is important sits on RAID 5 and/or cloud. That is, everything except my OS, which is on this SSD, so hopefully this buys me smooth sailing for a while. Take that for what it is worth.

For roughly the same price, there are NVMe options that offer 6x the sequential read/write speeds and similar MTBF, but I have yet to see one offer the 2-year data recovery service. My mother board does not support NVMe, so SATA2 SSD it is for me.

I think this SSD is probably well suited for a NAS, especially if not running RAID 5 or another redundant scheme. For an Enterprise situation or if reliability is important to you, it may be worth the extra bucks.

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5/ 5
Great NAS SSD 7/29/2019 3:03:58 PM

Pros: Warranty

Cons: Price

Overall Review: The drive’s exterior is all metal and has a very solid feel to it. It is remarkably thin – as thin as any SSD I have ever seen.

This drive is MTBF (mean time before failure) rated an insane 2 million hours, which is over a century. I wonder who ran this test?

I’m being facetious of course. This is an enterprise product for mass storage of data, or at least the front end of the system where response time is vital, i.e. artificial intelligence. It might be one of thousands of hard drives supporting some online resource such as your bank. The 2 million MTBF is much more meaningful when divided by thousands of drives.

Seagate provides a 5-year limited warranty with 2-year data-recovery services, which is probably more indicative of the reliability of the drive. In the past several years I have been using dozens of SSD drive and have had only 1 failure.

Read/write speeds are always slower than advertised, since I presume their tests are done under ideal circumstances which rarely exist in the real world. Read/write speeds for sequential data averaged 300 – 400 MB per second, which is pretty standard for new SSD drive.

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5/ 5
Great drive for the right use case 7/17/2019 6:29:27 PM

Pros: • Enterprise class drive
• Excellent warranty
• Data recovery services for two years
• Designed for high capacity writes
• Great speeds for its intended purpose
• Low cost method of speeding up existing performance from spindle drive NAS
• Up to 3840 GB for capacity

Cons: • Primary use case means you’re buying a few of these, so costly

Overall Review: Excellent enterprise class storage optimized for NAS use. Speeds seem very “yesterday’ when compared to all of the low cost NVME drives available today, but the IronWolf 110 would be wasted in a laptop, or in a typical gamer build. These drives are designed for high capacity, constant writes, something that consumer SSD’s aren’t designed to handle. Unlike standard consumer level SSD’s, you could actually install Windows on the IronWolf 110, and then copy your entire Steam library over in one shot, and not shorten the lifespan of the drive. Again, not the intended use case here, but this is the kind of capability that these drives have. This could also be an excellent drive for gamer/content creators who record their gameplay, and then make the streams available to subscribers. Lot of uses for high quality SSD storage.

CrystalDiskMark and ATTO showed speeds in line with theoretical numbers, so nothing to worry about there. Build quality is comparable to what you see in the form factor. Packaging is minimalist, with just the bare drive, and no included consumer level cloning software.

My review model is a 480 GB drive, which would be a nice caching drive for a low capacity existing spindle NAS. I don’t run a NAS at home, but we’ve decommissioned older NAS boxes at work that had more life squeezed out of them by using SSD drives for caching. The caching technology “learns” frequently accessed data, and then stages it on the SSD for faster throughput. You generally see 3-4x performance speeds over a standard spindle array, so a nice boost for reasonable dollars. Optimal use for the IronWolf 110 would be a NAS built from the ground up, tailored to your capacity needs. You would get the long-term reliability/write capacity of a spindle NAS, but with SSD speeds.

With controller firmware dialed in, there is no reason to not use SSD technology for business-critical storage. You have power savings, capacity, and high reliability. Drives like the IronWolf 110 are another nail in the coffin of spindle storage. You see the increased spindle capacity, but it comes at the cost of drive footprint, power use, and more moving parts. As SSD capacity continues to climb, you’ll see the final shift from spindle to SSD in all walks of life.

The Seagate IronWolf 110 is a high-quality enterprise class drive, and highly recommended in the proper use case. Even as a standard OS drive in a laptop, you’ll have high reliability, and great piece of mind for the safety of your files. Where the IronWolf 110 really shines, is in continuous, high capacity write scenarios. Great drive overall, regardless of your needs.

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5/ 5
good work seagate 7/1/2019 8:50:12 AM

Pros: in my aatto benchmarks I only got reads of 535 mbps and writes of 519 mbps whichs is still really good but not what is in the specifactions

Cons: did not come with os copying software and there are some other drives that are as affordable and have more capacity and come with software to copy your current os on to your new drive with so I would do some research before purchasing

Overall Review: this is an excellent ssd from Seagate. it is very light and thin and fast. so it will fit any 2.5 inch laptop or an pc with a 2.5 inch mount. it read and write are up there with the already established heavy hitters like Samsung or corsair, specs are read at 560 mbps and write at 535 mbps with 2 million hours write time before failure which is a long time so its very durable. I would highly recommend this drive if your a seagate fan and your looking for a great drive

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4/ 5
Excellent workhorse, not as fast as mfg claims 6/26/2019 12:59:52 PM

Pros: Thin (7mm), but very solid feel
Runs cool, at full throttle S.M.A.R.T. monitoring read 45°C
Fast, highest (real world) speed was 597MBps for about 10 seconds while transferring 34GB MKV file to M.2 boot drive

Cons: Could not sustain the 560MBps the mfg claimed, see below
In benchmarks could not obtain the mfg claims

Overall Review: Test system
Core i7 8700k
8GB DDR4
Samsung 970 Pro 512GB boot drive

AS SSD Benchmarks (highest of 5 runs, 5 mins cool down between runs)

Seq read 514.16 write 454.12
4K read 34.35 write 53.81
4K iops read 92592 write 55334
Access time read 0.085ms write 0.075ms

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5/ 5
5-Year warranty, 2-year data corruption / flood and fire warranty! Pretty nice! 6/24/2019 7:00:33 AM

Pros: Drive arrived safe and sound. This was a "white box" drive, so nothing but the ssd in a static bag. Something like this is fine with me, less packaging to throw away. Drive felt solid to me, no cheap plastic or anything like this, just has a nice satisfying feel to it, sort of hard to explain, but you'll see when you open it up and get ready to install it. I really like that this drive has a 5-year warranty. Right off the bat, this means to me, that Seagate built this drive to handle a large workload in 24/7/365 environments (MTBF is equally high at 2 million hours). You have to keep in mind that a drive like this was built for an enterprise, so it will last the long haul and you can rely on it. A data center can't screw around with drives dropping out of RAID all the time. The included 2-year recovery plan is also nice. It covers data corruption, fire and flood damage. Hope I never need to worry about that, sheesh! I tossed this thing into a spare Synology DS918+ that I have as a "hot spare" and it found the drive along with another 1TB ssd that I had lying around without issue. Formatted and was good to go quickly. Even with this being a "NAS" ssd, there isn't an issue using it inside a computer, if you so choose. So, performance wise (with my NAS), my bottle neck is always going to be my LAN, which is 1000Base (gig). I did notice that it seems like I can web GUI browse my files a bit faster and they seem to saturate the pipe a bit better than my other DS918+ with HGST spinny drives. I liked that oh and it's also nice that I don't hear any drives thrashing about.

Cons: No real big cons, maybe price, $250 is sort of on the high side, makes me wonder if I can just get a (different brand) 1TB ssd for ~$145 and roll the dice... I'm sure you're paying for the warranty and data corruption warranty. I would think that most small offices or even larger enterprises would gladly pay for that piece of mind. I know I would.

Overall Review: Well, as the old saying goes... You get what you pay for. This is a drive that is built for an enterprise environment. It will last a LONG time and it will give good results when serving up files. Keep in mind that an SSD will also be able to send out data much faster ALL the time then an old platter based hdd. So, if at home (or work) you are streaming a lot of small files, video, audio, etc. ssd is the way to go and clearly has the upper hand keeping your NAS saturated with fast file transfers. Also keep in mind, that if you are using 4 or more of these in your NAS setup, the power consumptions and heat levels will be a LOT lower. That must count for something, right? Over all, I'd completely recommend this drive. I look forward to using it for many years. I was contemplating deducting one egg based on price, but I think that the extra amount of warranty time and accidental (fire, flood, data corruption) is worth spending the extra cash, it’s worth the piece of mind to me.

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