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What hard drive is best?

by Christian Smith – May 29, 2015


Backblaze put hard drives to ultimate test and, lucky you, they're sharing their latest reliability stats.

The company just released their hard drive reliability statistics based on the 40,000+ drives they use to store customer data for their online backup business.

Take a look at the failure rates. You may find some useful anecdotal data around uses and capabilities of different drives. You can check out the stats on the Backblaze blog.

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