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Seagate IronWolf ST10000VN0004 10TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive

MPN: ST10000VN0004 | SKU: GM8238
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  • Optimized for NAS enclosures with AgileArray
  • Multi-User technology for increased user workload rate
  • Do more with up to 10TB of storage
  • 24×7 always on, always accessible with NAS enclosures
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  • Optimized for NAS enclosures with AgileArray
  • Multi-User technology for increased user workload rate
  • Do more with up to 10TB of storage
  • 24×7 always on, always accessible with NAS enclosures
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Tough, ready and scalable, Seagate IronWolf drives (up to 10TB) help to reduce downtime and ensure peak performance. Optimized for 1-to-8-bay NAS enclosures for home, SOHO and SMB use, IronWolf drives are enhanced with AgileArray technology and Rotational Vibration (RV)

The ST10000VN0004 hard drive from Seagate features 10TB of storage size in a 3.5" form factor. This drive connects to your system via the SATA 6 Gb/s interface so make sure you have an available port on your compatible motherboard. Advanced features of this HDD include a 256MB cache/buffer and 7200 rotational spin rate.

  • Range of capacities up to 12TB.
  • Workload rate of 180 TB/year.
  • Optimized for NAS with AgileArray, enables dual-plane balancing and RAID optimization in multi-bay environments.
  • Actively protect your NAS with IronWolf Health Management.
  • Rotational Vibration (RV) sensors.
  • Always-on, always-accessible 24x7 performance.
  • 1M hours MTBF, 3-year limited warranty.


  • Seagate ST10000VN0004

Brand: Seagate

MPN: ST10000VN0004

UPC: 763649089248


Packaging: Retail

Condition: New

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SATA 6.0Gb/s
7200 RPM
Optimized for NAS with AgileArray. AgileArray enables dual-plane balancing and RAID optimization in multi-bay environments, with the most advanced power management possible.Actively protect your NAS with IronWolf Health Management focusing on prevention, intervention and recovery.High performance means no lag time or downtime for users during workload traffic for the NAS. Seagate leads the competition with the highest-performing NAS drive portfolio.Rotational Vibration (RV) sensors. First in its class of drives to include RV sensors to maintain high performance in multi-drive NAS enclosures.Range of capacities up to 12TB. More capacity options means more choices that will fit within the budget. Seagate provides a scalable solution for any NAS use-case scenario.Do more in multi-user environments. IronWolf provides a workload rate of 180 TB/year. Multiple users can confidently upload and download data to the NAS server, knowing IronWolf can handle the workload, whether you are a creative professional or a small business.Designed for always-on, always-accessible 24x7 performance. Access data on your NAS any time, remotely or on site.1M hours MTBF represents an improved total cost of ownership (TCO) over desktop drives with reduced maintenance costs.
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56.25% (27)
16.67% (8)
8.33% (4)
8.33% (4)
10.42% (5)
By Leo Garrett
First failed testing, waiting on exchange to arrive. Update, 2 of 5 drives failed testing, others working fine.
Received the seagate ironwolf 10tb drive, box was fine, physically no issues. Started seatools to test it, passed the short test. Started the long test, a several minutes later walked past and noticed the drive activity led wasn't even flickering, turned the monitor on and found that it failed, "likely due to unreadable sectors".Luckily i ordered this to expand my nas storage and not to replace a failed drive so not time critical.I have requested a replacement via outletpc and will update this review after testing that one. This purchase was giving seagate hard drives another chance after several drives failed in the past (spread over years). If the second drive fails, i'll have to switch to wd red pro 8tb, only a $11 cheaper than the ironwolf, but 2 tb smaller in storage. The real test will be if the replacement drive passes testing and works in the array, i'll order a second 10tb ironwolf drive in a few weeks, hopefully that drive will pass testing as well. Update: changing stars to 4, as the drive seems quite nice. Seatools short passed, but the long test passed, but only took a few hours, not trusting that. Ran dban 3 passes, took a few days, passed that, and smart info looks fine. Just put it in the synology nas, right now rebuilding, looks like it will take around 16 hours.Interesting thing is that the nas shows a ironwolf testing button (says beta, and the drive passed), and has a ironwolf logo instead of the generic hard drive logo.Will be ordering 2 more in a while one so the array can expand to use the new space, and a third so i can have a tested spare ready to go.Considering it takes so long to test huge drives a spare is a good thing to have handy.5/9/17 after the first (replacement) drive tested good and incorporated into the array just fine, ordered another 10tb drive, it tested good and as well went into the array just fine. Ordered a third drive (fourth if you include the original that was exchanged). Took longer to test than i thought the others did by about a day maybe a day and a half. Ran seagate tools long smart test and when i went back a few hours later it had failed with a code, just got done doing the return process for the drive, and awaiting another.Two failed drives out of four, not great. The two in the array passed an additional test pass after they finished the array rebuild.I'll keep an eye on the two in the array, and update this with whatever happens with the next drive when it arrives and hopefully passes its tests.Update 5/17/17: fifth drive tested good, and will be a spare, waiting for one of the other drives to die someday. It was packed in a box without any packing material, unlike the other drives i ordered, but it looks to be fine this time.Conclusion, 2 of 5 drives failed testing using seagate tools tests, then dban for multi-pass wipes, then seagate tools again.One of the drives failed the seatools long test quickly. The second only failed the long smart test after being wiped for almost 5 days.As with all drives test them before you put them into service.This is the last update as i am looking for a new job and shouldn't be wasting money on more drives.
Five stars
So far so good. Used in synology 1815+ for 6 of the 8 drives.
By Gilmar Pardoel
Five stars
Excellent drive for my synology nas. Bought two for a raid 1.
By Milla Koski
Five stars
Everything was great!
By Shannon Oud
Seagate is back!
I bought 5 of these and put them in a raid. The performance is fantastic. The storage size is fantastic.Seagate have really come back to the table with these ironwolf drives. Glad to have them back after so many years!
Five stars
Fast and easy and awesome item. Plug and play
By Catherine Reynolds
Five stars
My nas disks are working as expected!
By Esat Karaduman
Excellent 10tb disk drive !
Installs and runs very well.
By Tiago Roux
Nice drive, no screws!
No $.01 screws included. Absolutely a hassle and a complete oversight from the manufacturer to not include mounting screws.
By Mathis Fortin
So far so good (10tb)
6 x 10tb. All are passing smart long tests & badblocks test even after international shipping. Running at 40c under load, 33c idle. Much quieter than my wd black.


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