It's too bad that 5TB drive for $99 at Frys is 7200 rpm and not 5400/5900 rpm. The slower drives are usually quieter/cooler.
Edit: Reviews are decent, and it's a NAS drive. Am I likely to notice a difference in load times for gaming between a 5400 and 7200 drive? I have a Define R4 with the sound-proofing panels, so not sure if I would be able to hear it anyways. I can't hear my WD Greens from a few feet away.
Last edited by StinDaWg; 11-24-2016 at 08:52 AM.