Will the WD40EZRX HDD work with the ICY DOCK MB662U3-2S???

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    Britton30 said:
    Look through these and pick one to meet your needs, then match some drives with it.
    Newegg.com - RAID enclosures
    Or pick Amazon, Tiger Direct, Micro Centre, etc.
    Thank you this is exactly what I was looking for!
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    Search boxes are amazin', ain't they?
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    Britton30 said:
    Search boxes are amazin', ain't they?
    Kinda... but I have been sitting here for two hours and I have to say it is difficult to find a lot of different 16TB drive enclosures capable of having 4x4Tb drives... Although I did find this here: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16822178330 and they do have a 0TB version (no drives pre-installed) which would probably be good! What do you think?
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    This one? Newegg.com - Seagate STBP100 Diskless System Business Storage 4-Bay NAS
    It seems to be OK but doesn't say if it holds 4TB drives.
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    Britton30 said:
    This one? Newegg.com - Seagate STBP100 Diskless System Business Storage 4-Bay NAS
    It seems to be OK but doesn't say if it holds 4TB drives.
    Yeah I was going to link you too it... It does hold 4TB drives because it actually advertises it on there website... But yeah what do you think? Should I get the enclosure with the drives or without?
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    Personally I'd buy separate drives so if one is defective it can be returned instead of the whole NAS.
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    Britton30 said:
    Personally I'd buy separate drives so if one is defective it can be returned instead of the whole NAS.
    Yeah I know... but they would be tested so if one was defective I would sure hope it would be found out about at the manufacturer... but yeah I know what you mean, plus I can then pick the ones I want too... Hmmm... Whatever I won't need to make this decision for a month or two until I have enough saved up for it ,since it costs more than I thought, so yeah thank you!
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    Radical924 said:
    ...Yeah I know... but they would be tested so if one was defective I would sure hope it would be found out about at the manufacturer...
    Don't count on it. Plus, many HDDs get damaged in transit by brutal carriers.
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    Lady Fitzgerald said:
    Radical924 said:
    ...Yeah I know... but they would be tested so if one was defective I would sure hope it would be found out about at the manufacturer...
    Don't count on it. Plus, many HDDs get damaged in transit by brutal carriers.
    You got me worried now because I just ordered 3 things online...... I also have to return an item I just ordered because it doesn't work lol....
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