I don't know, reading that their failure rates are consistent with industry norms now. It seems like they will never live down the 3TB MD0001 debacle during the Thailand flood. I already see people parroting Seagate has 29% failure rates on other forums but they don't seem to realize they're looking at annualized rate based on a single model drive failure in a pool of 60 drives LOL.
I'm not sure I would call their testing scenarios realistic for end users either but oh well.
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