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Re: DNS-320 - Compatible HDDs
« Reply #120 on: April 15, 2014, 06:26:39 AM »

Hello,

I want to add to the hdd list the 2hdd that I'm using

Seagate ST2000DM001-9YN1 - 2tb - Standard Formated
Toshiba DT01ACA200           - 2tb - Standard Formated

Maybe this will be helpful for other users


Thanks for your contribution...  ;)
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Re: DNS-320 - Compatible HDDs
« Reply #121 on: April 15, 2014, 06:29:24 AM »

The first list below contains published D-Link approved and verified Hard Drives (HDDs). The second list contains HDDs tested by D-Link forum community end users. If you would like to contribute a HDD you personally tested to this list, please post the HDD make/model/capacity, configuration, length of time in use, and observations (e.g. stability, performance, etc) as a reply to this thread.

*Disclaimer: Hard Drives (HDDs) categorized as tested by end users were neither internally tested nor verified by D-Link. As such, users who opt to purchase HDDs on this list categorized as tested by end-users for their ShareCenter DNS-320 do so at their own risk.

Hard Drives Tested by D-Link

ADATA - Premier Pro - SP600 - SATA 6G - 32 GB
ADATA - Premier Pro - SP900 - SATA 6G - 64 GB
HGST - CinemaStar 5K2000 - HCS5C2020ALA632 - SATA 6G - 2 TB
HGST - CinemaStar 7K1000.C - HCS721010CLA332 - SATA 3G - 1 TB
HGST - Deskstar 5K1000 - HDS5C1010CLA382 - SATA 3G - 1 TB
HGST - Deskstar 5K3000 - HDS5C3020ALA632 - SATA 6G - 2 TB
HGST - Deskstar 7K1000 - HDS721010KLA330 - SATA 3G - 1 TB
HGST - Deskstar 7k1000.D - HDS721010DLE630 - SATA 6G - 1 TB
HGST - Deskstar 7K160 - HDS721680PLA380 - SATA 3G - 80 GB
HGST - Deskstar 7K2000 - HDS722020ALA330 - SATA 3G - 2 TB
HGST - Deskstar 7K3000 - HDS723020BLA642 - SATA 6G - 2 TB
HGST - Deskstar 7K3000 - HDS723030ALA640 - SATA 6G - 3 TB
HGST - Deskstar 7K4000 - HDS724040ALE640 - SATA 6G - 4 TB
HGST - Deskstar 7K80 - HDS728080PLA380 - SATA 3G - 82.3 GB
HGST - Deskstar P7K500 - HDP725050GLA360 - SATA 3G - 500 GB
HGST - Deskstar T7K500 - HDT725025VLA380 - SATA 3G - 250 GB
HGST - Deskstar T7K500 - HDT725032VLA360 - SATA 3G - 320 GB
HGST - Ultrastar 7K4000 - HUS724040ALE640 - SATA 6G - 4 TB
Maxtor - DiamondMax 20 - STM3160811AS - SATA 3G - 160 GB
Maxtor - DiamondMax 21 - STM3500320AS - SATA 3G - 500 GB
Maxtor - DiamondMax 22 - STM3750330AS - SATA 3G - 750 GB
Samsung - Spinpoint F1 - HD753LJ - SATA 3G - 750 GB
Seagate - Barracuda - ST1000VX000 - SATA 6G - 1 TB
Seagate - Barracuda - ST1000DM003 - SATA 6G - 1 TB
Seagate - Barracuda - ST2000DM001 - SATA 6G - 2 TB
Seagate - Barracuda 7200.10 - ST3250410AS - SATA 3G - 250 GB
Seagate - Barracuda 7200.10 - ST3320620AS - SATA 3G - 320 GB
Seagate - Barracuda 7200.10 - ST3500630AS - SATA 3G - 500 GB
Seagate - Barracuda 7200.11 - ST31500341AS - SATA 3G - 1.5 TB
Seagate - Barracuda 7200.12 - ST3000DM001 - SATA 6G - 3 TB
Seagate - Barracuda 7200.12 - ST31000524AS - SATA 6G - 1 TB
Seagate - Barracuda 7200.12 - ST31000528AS - SATA 3G - 1 TB
Seagate - Barracuda ES - ST3750640NS - SATA 3G - 750 GB
Seagate - Barracuda LP - ST1500DL003 - SATA 6G - 1.5 TB
Seagate - Barracuda LP - ST2000DL003 - SATA 6G - 2 TB
Seagate - Barracuda XT - ST32000641AS - SATA 3G - 2 TB
Seagate - Barracuda XT - ST33000651AS - SATA 6G - 3 TB
Seagate - Barracuda XT - ST4000DX000 - SATA 6G - 4 TB
Seagate - Constellation ES - ST33000650NS - SATA 6G - 3 TB
Seagate - Constellation ES.3 - ST4000NM0033 - SATA 6G - 4 TB
Seagate - Pipeline HD - ST1000VM002 - SATA 6G - 1 TB
Seagate - Pipeline HD - ST2000VM003 - SATA 6G - 2 TB
Seagate - Pipeline HD .2 - ST3500312CS - SATA 3G - 500 GB
Seagate - SV35 - ST3000VX000 - SATA 6G - 3 TB
Seagate - SV35.3 - ST31000340SV - SATA 3G - 1 TB
Western Digital - AV series - WD5000AVJS - SATA 3G - 500 GB
Western Digital - AV-GP - WD20EURS - SATA 3G - 2 TB
Western Digital - Caviar Black - WD5001AALS - SATA 3G - 500 GB
Western Digital - Caviar Black - WD6402AAEX - SATA 6G - 640 GB
Western Digital - Caviar Black series - WD2002FAEX - SATA 6G - 2 TB
Western Digital - VelociRaptor - WD3000HLFS - SATA 3G - 300 GB
Western Digital - WD Black - WD4001FAEX - SATA 6G - 4 TB
Western Digital - WD Caviar GP - WD5000AACS - SATA 3G - 500 GB
Western Digital - WD Caviar Green - WD20EARX - SATA 6G - 2 TB
Western Digital - WD Caviar Green - WD20EADS - SATA 3G - 2 TB
Western Digital - WD Caviar Green - WD20EARS - SATA 3G - 2 TB
Western Digital - WD Caviar Green - WD30EZRX - SATA 6G - 3 TB
Western Digital - WD Caviar Green - WD6400AARS - SATA 3G - 640 GB
Western Digital - WD Caviar Green - WD8088AADS - SATA 3G - 800 GB
Western Digital - WD Caviar SE - WD3200AAJS - SATA 3G - 320 GB
Western Digital - WD Caviar SE16 - WD2500AAKS - SATA 3G - 250 GB
Western Digital - WD Caviar SE16 - WD5000AAKS - SATA 3G - 500 GB
Western Digital - WD Caviar SE16 - WD7500AAKS - SATA 3G - 750 GB
Western Digital - WD Raptor - WD1500ADFD - SATA 3G - 150 GB
Western Digital - WD RE - WD1600YS - SATA 3G - 160 GB
Western Digital - WD RE - WD4000FYYZ - SATA 6G - 4 TB
Western Digital - WD RE2 - WD7500AYYS - SATA 3G - 750 GB
Western Digital - WD RE3 - WD5002ABYS - SATA 3G - 500 GB
Western Digital - WD RE4 - WD1003FBYX - SATA 3G - 1 TB
Western Digital - WD RE4 - WD2003FYYS - SATA 3G - 2 TB
Western Digital - WD RE4-GP - WD2002FYPS - SATA 3G - 2 TB
Western Digital - WD Red - WD10EFRX - SATA 6G - 1 TB
Western Digital - WD Red - WD30EFRX - SATA 6G - 3 TB


Hard Drives Tested/Contributed by Vendors *

  • Seagate - ST2000VN000    SATA 6Gb/s 2TB (Promoted by Seagate: NAS HDD Compatibility)
  • Seagate - ST3000VN000    SATA 6Gb/s 3TB (Promoted by Seagate: NAS HDD Compatibility)
  • Seagate - ST4000VN000    SATA 6Gb/s 4TB (Promoted by Seagate: NAS HDD Compatibility)
  • Western Digital - WD20EFRX - 2TB (Promoted by WD: WD Red HDDs) [Added 08/27/2012]
  • Western Digital - WD10EFRX - 1TB (Promoted by WD: WD Red HDDs) [Added 08/27/2012]
  • Western Digital - WD30EFRX - 3TB (Promoted by WD: WD Red HDDs) [Added 08/27/2012]

Hard Drives Tested/Contributed by End-Users *

  • Hitachi - HDS721010CLA332 - 1TB (Standard Configuration, Used for 6+ months) [Added 04/09/2012]
  • Hitachi - HDS721616PLA380 160G
  • Hitachi - HTS545016B9A300 - 160GB (Standard Configuration) [Added 04/16/2012]
  • Hitachi - HTS545025B9SA02 - 250GB (Standard Configuration, 1+ months) [Added 07/04/2012]
  • Maxtor - 6H400F0 - 400GB
  • Maxtor - 7V250F0 - 250GB
  • Maxtor - 7H500F0 - 500GB
  • Samsung - HD154UI - 1.5TB (1 year+) [Added 01/13/2014]
  • Samsung - HD204UI - 2TB (Standard Configuration, 1 year+) [Added 07/05/2012]
  • Samsung - HD321KJ - 320GB
  • Samsung - HD400LJ - 400GB
  • Samsung - HD401LJ - 400GB
  • Samsung - HD501LJ - 500GB
  • Seagate - ST1000DM005HD10 - 1TB (Standard Configuration) [Added 11/06/2012]
  • Seagate - ST2000DM001 - 2TB (RAID1,  Firmware 2.00) [Added 7/23/2012]
  • Seagate - ST32000542AS - 2TB [Added 06/04/2012]
  • Seagate - ST9160314AS - 160GB (Standard Configuration, Used for 3+ weeks) [Added 03/27/2012]
  • Seagate - ST2000DL003-9VT1 (ST320005N4A) - 2TB (RAID-1, 500GB; JBOD, 3TB; Used for 1+ months) [Added 03/28/2012]
  • Seagate - ST3000DM001-9YN1 - 3TB (Standard Configuration) [ADded 8/2/2012]
  • Seagate - Barracuda 7200.12   ST500DM002 - 500GB (Standard Configuration, 1+ months) [Added 4/22/2012]
  • Seagate - Barracuda 7200.12 - 3TB (Standard Configuration, 2+ weeks) [Added 8/2/2012]
  • Seagate - Barracuda ST2000DM001 - 2TB (Standard Configuration) [Added 12/06/2012]
  • Seagate ST2000DM001-9YN1 - 2tb - (Standard Configuration) [Added 04/15/2014]
  • Seagate - ST3250620NS - 250GB
  • Seagate - ST3250823AS - 250GB
  • Seagate - ST3300831AS - 300GB
  • Seagate - ST3320620NS - 320GB
  • Seagate - ST3320820NS - 320GB [Added 04/06/2013]
  • Seagate - ST3400833NS - 400GB
  • Seagate - ST3400633NS - 400GB
  • Seagate - ST3500630NS - 500GB
  • Seagate - ST3500641AS - 500GB
  • Seagate - ST9160314AS - 160GB (Standard Configuration) [Added 04/16/2012]
  • Toshiba - DT01ABA300 - 3TB (RAID-1, JBOD) [Added 06/18/2012]
  • Toshiba - DT01ACA200 - 2tb - (Standard Configuration) [Added 04/15/2014]
  • Toshiba - MK5065GSX - 500GB (Standard Configuration, 1+ months) [Added 07/04/2012]
  • Western Digital - Western Digital Caviar Green WD7500AADS - 750GB (Standard Configuration, 1+ years) [Added 09/05/2013]
  • Western Digital - WD10EALX-089BA0 - 1TB (Standard Configuration, 1.5+ years) [Added 11/24/2012]
  • Western Digital - WD10EVDS - 1TB (Standard Configuration, 2+ weeks) [Added 08/10/2012]
  • Western Digital - WD10EACS-00D6B1 - 1TB (Standard Configuration, 1+ months) [Added 07/04/2012]
  • Western Digital - WD10EARS-00Y5B1 - 1TB (16+ months) [Added 05/31/2012]
  • Western Digital - WD1200JS - 120GB
  • Western Digital - WD20EARS - 2TB (Standard Configuration) [Added 12/06/2012]
  • Western Digital - WD20EARS-00MVWB0 - 2TB (RAID-1, 9+ months) [Added 04/09/2012]
  • Western Digital 2TB WD20EARX-008FB0 - 2TB [Added 12/21/2012]
  • Western Digital - WD30EZRX - 3TB (JBOD, 3+ Months) [Added 04/16/2012]
  • Western Digital - WD30EZRX - 3TB (Standard, RAID-1) [Added 07/01/2012]
  • Western Digital - WD3200AAKS - 320GB (JBOD, 3+ months) [Added 02/05/2014]
  • Western Digital - WD5000AAJS - 500GB
  • Western Digital - WD7500AAKS - 750GB
  • Western Digital - WD10000CSRTL - 1TB
« Last Edit: September 10, 2014, 05:37:02 AM by JavaLawyer »
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Re: DNS-320 - Compatible HDDs
« Reply #122 on: July 07, 2014, 07:06:29 AM »

Just want to add that my Western Digital WD20EZRX 2TB works good (3 weeks).
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Re: DNS-320 - Compatible HDDs
« Reply #123 on: October 20, 2014, 03:28:36 AM »

How about these: Seagate Expansion Desktop 2TB (STBV2000300)  and WD My Passport Ultra 500GB  (WDBPGC5000ARD).
I've used it for more than a year! and I thought they're really good.
Just want to add it though ;)
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Re: DNS-320 - Compatible HDDs
« Reply #124 on: January 12, 2015, 04:42:29 PM »

JavaLawyer,

For the past couple of years I used a pair of 1.5 TB Seagate ST 31500541AS hard drives configured as RAID 1. They both gave reliable service. I donít see them listed.

Last week I switched them out for a pair of 2.0 TB Seagate ST2000DM001 hard drives configured as RAID 1. I donít see them listed either. They formatted to full capacity and passed both the SMART and scan disk tests. 1.1 TB of data copied back to them @ 19.1 MB/sec. over GBit Ethernet.

On 23 Oct 2014 I installed a brand new pair of Seagate ST3000VN000 hard drives configured for RAID 1. Contrary to the above post, they only formatted to ~768 GB, similar to formatting them under Windows XP. Right or wrong, I concluded that the DNS-320 only supported drives up to a 2.2 TB limit.

Hope this information helps other users.
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Re: DNS-320 - Compatible HDDs
« Reply #125 on: February 03, 2015, 10:17:44 AM »

JavaLawyer,

For the past couple of years I used a pair of 1.5 TB Seagate ST 31500541AS hard drives configured as RAID 1. They both gave reliable service. I donít see them listed.

Last week I switched them out for a pair of 2.0 TB Seagate ST2000DM001 hard drives configured as RAID 1. I donít see them listed either. They formatted to full capacity and passed both the SMART and scan disk tests. 1.1 TB of data copied back to them @ 19.1 MB/sec. over GBit Ethernet.

On 23 Oct 2014 I installed a brand new pair of Seagate ST3000VN000 hard drives configured for RAID 1. Contrary to the above post, they only formatted to ~768 GB, similar to formatting them under Windows XP. Right or wrong, I concluded that the DNS-320 only supported drives up to a 2.2 TB limit.

Hope this information helps other users.

What FW version is installed on your DNS-320?  Legacy FW versions for this model only support 2 TB HDDs. 3TB support was subsequently added with later FW.
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Re: DNS-320 - Compatible HDDs
« Reply #126 on: April 04, 2015, 01:05:46 PM »

My current NAS Firmware is Version 2.00. It seems D-Link has problems with the later releases so I've avoided trying to upgrade from V2.00. What version would you recommend?
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Re: DNS-320 - Compatible HDDs
« Reply #127 on: April 12, 2015, 10:20:48 AM »

Would it be possible to add the FW somewhere on the list. It would be an indicator whether people need to do a FW update in order to use the harddisks.
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« Reply #128 on: April 15, 2015, 01:06:58 PM »

JavaLawyer,

Thanks for the information

For what itís worth, I upgraded my DNS-320 rev A firmware to v2.05 dtd. 05/07/2014, backed up 1.3 TB of data and my settings. The firmware updated without affecting my data or settings. Next I installed two new Seagate ST3000VN000 3 TB hard drives. The DNS-320 formatted them to full capacity. I restored all the original data to the 3 TB drives without incident. Itís nice when everything works the way it should.
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Re: DNS-320 - Compatible HDDs
« Reply #129 on: April 28, 2015, 07:35:31 AM »

My current NAS Firmware is Version 2.00. It seems D-Link has problems with the later releases so I've avoided trying to upgrade from V2.00. What version would you recommend?

If you check out the DNS-320 - Cumulative Firmware Release Notes, you'll see that HDDs >2TB are only compatible with FW version 2.01 and above. FW v2.01 is the first release that handles the AFD addressing schema of high capacity HDDs.
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Re: DNS-320 - Compatible HDDs
« Reply #130 on: April 28, 2015, 07:38:11 AM »

Would it be possible to add the FW somewhere on the list. It would be an indicator whether people need to do a FW update in order to use the harddisks.

I will add that FW v2.01 or greater is required for HDDs > 2TB. Other than that one caveat, there should be no FW constraints (that I'm aware of).
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Re: DNS-320 - Compatible HDDs
« Reply #131 on: April 28, 2015, 07:39:36 AM »

JavaLawyer,

Thanks for the information

For what itís worth, I upgraded my DNS-320 rev A firmware to v2.05 dtd. 05/07/2014, backed up 1.3 TB of data and my settings. The firmware updated without affecting my data or settings. Next I installed two new Seagate ST3000VN000 3 TB hard drives. The DNS-320 formatted them to full capacity. I restored all the original data to the 3 TB drives without incident. Itís nice when everything works the way it should.

Thanks for the update.

If you check out the DNS-320 - Cumulative Firmware Release Notes, you'll see that HDDs >2TB are only compatible with FW version 2.01 and above. FW v2.01 is the first release that handles the AFD addressing schema of high capacity HDDs.
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« Reply #132 on: May 04, 2015, 01:20:17 PM »

Toshiba 2TB DT Desktop series PA4292E-1HL0 standard formattet in a JBOD setup.
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Re: DNS-320 - Compatible HDDs
« Reply #133 on: May 12, 2015, 04:43:25 AM »

Just want to add that my Western Digital WD20EZRX 2TB works good (3 weeks).

Added to the compatibility list! ;)
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Re: DNS-320 - Compatible HDDs
« Reply #134 on: May 12, 2015, 04:43:48 AM »

How about these: Seagate Expansion Desktop 2TB (STBV2000300)  and WD My Passport Ultra 500GB  (WDBPGC5000ARD).
I've used it for more than a year! and I thought they're really good.
Just want to add it though ;)

Added to the compatibility list! ;)
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