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Seagate

10.0TB
Enterprise Capacity 3.5-inch HDD (Helium)

3.5-Inch | SATA 6.0Gb/s | 7200RPM | 256MB Cache
Maximum Storage Capacity
for Highest Rack Space Efficiency
Built for Speed—Exactly Where It Is Needed
Among the industry's best response times for a nearline drive, the Seagate Enterprise Capacity 3.5 HDD (Helium) helps to enable some of the fastest data transfers possible.

Meet your storage workload requirements with an efficient data center footprint. Innovative technology advancements like PowerBalance™, PowerChoice™ and RAID Rebuild™, allow you to have the control to customize your bulk storage requirements for even greater TCO improvements.
Incredibly High Capacity Paired with World-Class Reliability
When building maximum density server and storage solutions with Seagate's Enterprise Capacity 3.5 HDD (Helium), you can rest easy knowing that your storage infrastructure can scale to meet your growing capacity needs while offering consistent and predictable response rates.

Enterprise Capacity 3.5 HDD (Helium) supports enterprise-class nearline workloads of 550TB/yr and is backed by a 2.5M-hour MTBF and 5-year limited warranty, helping to meet all of your bulk storage SLAs.
IT Pros Rate Seagate Enterprise HDDs as Best-In-Class for a 5th Consecutive Year
Seagate was again selected by IT professionals as the 2017 Market Leader for Enterprise HDDs. Get the full report to see the survey data behind the voting for Market, Performance, Reliability, Price, Service & Support and Innovation Leaders.
Note: This hard drive utilizes a new standardized mounting screw pattern that is not compatible with older Mac Pro models. In a Mac Pro tower, the drive can be installed in an empty optical drive bay using an OWC Hard Drive Bracket, OWC Multi-Mount Bracket for 2009/10/12 Mac Pro, or an OWC Multi-Mount Bracket for 2006/07/08 Mac Pro.

10.0TB Seagate Enterprise Capacity HDD (Helium) Specifications:

Specifications

Form Factor
3.5″ HDD
Interface
SATA 6Gb/s
Capacity1
10.0TB
Formatted Capacity2
9737GB
Rotational Speed
7,200RPM
Cache / Data Buffer
256MB
Manufacturer Model Number
ST10000NM0086
RoHS Compliant
Yes
Format

Physical

Height (max)
26.11mm (1.028″)
Width (max)
101.85mm (4.010″)
Length (max)
147.00mm (5.787″)
Weight (typical)
650g (1.43lbs.)
Data Heads
14
Number of Disks
7
Guaranteed Sectors
2,441,609,216
Bytes per Physical Sector
4096
Areal Density
867Gb/in2

Reliability3

MTBF (Mean Time Between Failures)
2,500,000 hours
Contact Start-Stops
600,000
Annual Failure Rate
0.35%
Nonrecoverable Read Errors
1 per 1015 bits read

Performance

Transfer Rate (Max)
6.0 Gb/s
Average Latency
4.16ms

Power

Maximum Start Current, DC (peak DC)
1.95 Amp
Read Power (random read 4K16Q)
8.38 Watts
Write Power (random write 4K16Q)
6.03 Watts
Average Idle Current
4.8 Watts
Power Supply Requirements
+12V and +5V

Environmental (Operating)

Shock(read/write)
70/40 Gs max at 2ms
Ambient Temperature (°F)
41°F to 140°F
Ambient Temperature (°C)
5°C to 60°C
Relative Humidity (non-condensing)
5% to 95%
Altitude
-304.8 m to 3,048 m (-1,000 ft to 10,000+ ft)

Environmental (Non-Operating)

Shock (Read / Write)
250G max at 2ms
Ambient Temperature (°F)
41°F to 140°F
Ambient Temperature (°C)
5°C to 60°C
Relative Humidity (non-condensing)
5% to 95%
Altitude
-304.8 m to 12,192 m (-1000 ft to 40,000+ ft)

Acoustics

Idle (Typical)
2.8 bels
Seek (Typical)
3.2 bels
  1. 1GB = 1,000,000,000 bytes. Total accessible capacity varies depending upon operating environment (typically 5-10% less). The actual total capacity will depend on your own defined file settings/preferences.
  2. In terms of standard gigabytes, 1GiB ≈ 1.074GB and refers to the actual formatted capacity as shown under Mac OS 10.5 or earlier and Microsoft Windows OS.
  3. Specific application environments such as temperature and duty cycle will affect the overall reliability rates.
Manufacturer provided specifications for Seagate p/n ST10000NM0086 UPC#: 763649090213
This product is compatible with... Learn how to find your Mac's model ID
Mac Pro
Mac Pro 12-Core (Mid 2012)
(June, 2012)
Model ID: MacPro5,1
2.4GHz, 2.66GHz, 3.06GHz
Mac Pro
Mac Pro 6-Core (Mid 2012)
(June, 2012)
Model ID: MacPro5,1
3.33GHz
Mac Pro
Mac Pro 4-Core (Mid 2012)
(June, 2012)
Model ID: MacPro5,1
3.2GHz
Mac Pro
Mac Pro 12-Core (Mid 2010)
(July, 2010)
Model ID: MacPro5,1
2.66GHz, 2.93GHz
Mac Pro
Mac Pro 8-Core (Mid 2010)
(July, 2010)
Model ID: MacPro5,1
2.4GHz
Mac Pro
Mac Pro 6-Core (Mid 2010)
(July, 2010)
Model ID: MacPro5,1
3.33GHz
Mac Pro
Mac Pro 4-Core (Mid 2010)
(July, 2010)
Model ID: MacPro5,1
2.8GHz, 3.2GHz
Mac Pro
Mac Pro 8-Core (Early 2009)
(March, 2009)
Model ID: MacPro4,1
2.26GHz, 2.66GHz, 2.93GHz
Mac Pro
Mac Pro 4-Core (Early 2009)
(March, 2009)
Model ID: MacPro4,1
2.66GHz, 2.93GHz, 3.33GHz
Mac Pro
Mac Pro 8-Core (Early 2008)
(January, 2008)
Model ID: MacPro3,1
2.8GHz, 3.0GHz, 3.2GHz
Mac Pro
Mac Pro 4-Core (Early 2008)
(January, 2008)
Model ID: MacPro3,1
2.8GHz
Mac Pro
Mac Pro 8-core (Early 2007)
(April, 2007)
Model ID: MacPro2,1
3.0GHz
Mac Pro
Mac Pro 4-core (Mid 2006)
(August, 2006)
Model ID: MacPro1,1
2.0GHz, 2.66GHz, 3.0GHz
PowerMac G5
Power Mac G5 (Late 2005)
(October, 2005)
Model ID: PowerMac11,2
2.0GHz, 2.3GHz, dual 2.5GHz
PowerMac G5
Power Mac G5 (Early 2005)
(April, 2005)
Model ID: PowerMac7,2
dual 2.0GHz
PowerMac G5
Power Mac G5 (Early 2005)
(April, 2005)
Model ID: PowerMac7,3
dual 2.3GHz, dual 2.7GHz
PowerMac G5
Power Mac G5 (Late 2004)
(October, 2004)
Model ID: PowerMac9,1
1.8GHz
PowerMac G5
Power Mac G5 (June 2004)
(June, 2004)
Model ID: PowerMac7,3
dual 1.8GHz, dual 2.0GHz, dual 2.5GHz
PowerMac G5
Power Mac G5
(June, 2003)
Model ID: PowerMac7,2
1.6GHz, 1.8GHz, dual 1.8GHz, dual 2.0GHz
iMac Intel
iMac (27-inch Late 2013)
(September, 2013)
Model ID: iMac14,2
2.9GHz i5, 3.2GHz i5, 3.4GHz i7
iMac Intel
NOT COMPATIBLE
iMac (21.5-inch Late 2013)
(September, 2013)
Model ID: iMac14,1; iMac14,3
2.7GHz i5, 2.9GHz i5, 3.1GHz i7
iMac Intel
iMac (27-inch Late 2012)
(November, 2012)
Model ID: iMac13,2
2.9GHz i5, 3.2GHz i5, 3.4GHz i7
iMac Intel
NOT COMPATIBLE
iMac (21.5-inch Late 2012)
(November, 2012)
Model ID: iMac13,1
2.7GHz i5, 2.9GHz i5, 3.1GHz i7
iMac Intel
iMac (21.5-inch Late 2011)
(August, 2011)
Model ID: iMac12,1
3.1GHz i3
iMac Intel
iMac (27-inch Mid 2011)
(May, 2011)
Model ID: iMac12,2
2.7GHz i5, 3.1GHz i5, 3.4GHz i7
iMac Intel
iMac (21.5-inch Mid 2011)
(May, 2011)
Model ID: iMac12,1
2.5GHz i5, 2.7GHz i5, 2.8GHz i7
iMac Intel
iMac (27-inch Mid 2010)
(July, 2010)
Model ID: iMac11,3
2.8GHz, 2.93GHz, 3.2GHz, 3.6GHz
iMac Intel
iMac (21.5-inch Mid 2010)
(July, 2010)
Model ID: iMac11,2
3.06GHz, 3.2GHz, 3.6GHz
iMac Intel
iMac (27-inch Late 2009)
(October, 2009)
Model ID: iMac10,1
3.06GHz, 3.33GHz
iMac Intel
iMac (27-inch Late 2009)
(October, 2009)
Model ID: iMac11,1
2.66GHz, 2.8GHz
iMac Intel
iMac (21.5-inch Late 2009)
(October, 2009)
Model ID: iMac10,1
3.06GHz, 3.33GHz
iMac Intel
iMac (24-inch Mid 2009)
(April, 2009)
Model ID: iMac9,1
2.0GHz
iMac Intel
iMac (24-inch Early 2009)
(March, 2009)
Model ID: iMac9,1
2.66GHz, 2.93GHz, 3.06GHz
iMac Intel
iMac (20-inch Early 2009)
(March, 2009)
Model ID: iMac9,1
2.66GHz
iMac Intel
iMac (24-inch Early 2008)
(April, 2008)
Model ID: iMac8,1
2.8GHz, 3.06GHz
iMac Intel
iMac (20-inch Early 2008)
(April, 2008)
Model ID: iMac8,1
2.4GHz, 2.66GHz
iMac Intel
iMac (24-inch Mid 2007)
(August, 2007)
Model ID: iMac7,1
2.4GHz, 2.8GHz
iMac Intel
iMac (20-inch Mid 2007)
(August, 2007)
Model ID: iMac7,1
2.0GHz, 2.4GHz
iMac Intel
iMac (24-inch Late 2006)
(September, 2006)
Model ID: iMac6,1
2.16GHz, 2.33GHz
iMac Intel
iMac (20-inch Late 2006)
(September, 2006)
Model ID: iMac5,1
2.16GHz, 2.33GHz
iMac Intel
iMac (17-inch Late 2006)
(September, 2006)
Model ID: iMac5,1
2.0GHz, 2.16GHz
iMac Intel
iMac (17-inch Late 2006)
(September, 2006)
Model ID: iMac5,2
1.83GHz
iMac Intel
iMac (20-inch Early 2006)
(January, 2006)
Model ID: iMac4,1
2.0GHz
iMac Intel
iMac (17-inch Early 2006)
(January, 2006)
Model ID: iMac4,1
1.83GHz
iMac G5
iMac G5 (20-inch iSight)
(October, 2005)
Model ID: PowerMac12,1
2.1GHz
iMac G5
iMac G5 (17-inch iSight)
(October, 2005)
Model ID: PowerMac12,1
1.9GHz
iMac G5
iMac G5 (20-inch Ambient Light Sensor)
(May, 2005)
Model ID: PowerMac8,2
2.0GHz
iMac G5
iMac G5 (17-inch Ambient Light Sensor)
(May, 2005)
Model ID: PowerMac8,2
1.8GHz, 2.0GHz
iMac G5
iMac G5 (20-inch)
(August, 2004)
Model ID: PowerMac8,1
1.8GHz
iMac G5
iMac G5 (17-inch)
(August, 2004)
Model ID: PowerMac8,1
1.6GHz, 1.8GHz
PowerMac G4
Power Mac G4
Models equipped with a SATA Controller Card
PC Desktop
PC Desktops
Compatible with Intel / AMD Processor based PCs with an available 3.5" HDD bay running 64-bit operating systems, like Windows™ 8, Windows™ 7 and Windows Vista™.
32-bit or earlier operating systems may not recognize over 2.2TB capacity.
3.5-inch Enclosures
3.5" SATA Enclosures
If upgrading/replacing an HDD with an existing external enclosure, please confirm the enclosure supports drives greater than 2.2TB. Pre-2009 enclosures are typically limited to 2.2TB and support may vary for models after 2009.

Warranty

The best warranty is one you never have to use - but should the need occur - we're proud to provide a superior level of support and service coverage to our customers.

90 Day OWC Replacement Warranty
OWC is proud to offer an extended replacement window of 90 days on new internal hard disk drives. Once a return authorization number has been issued and we receive the problematic drive back, you will get a brand new replacement drive, rather than a factory refurbished drive.

Seagate 5 Year Warranty
After 90 days, the drive is fully backed by the manufacturer to be free from defects in material and workmanship for the remainder of the five year warranty period.

Customer Ratings

Write a Review 5 / 5 1 out of 1 (100%) reviewers would recommend this product
Verified Buyer
Reviewer: CarefulShopper Location: Bay Area, CA Age: 55-65 Experience Level: Power User Owned Product: less than a month
Rating: 5/5 A good move September 15, 2017 Based on the available evidence I'm guessing that the Seagate He 10 drives (two types are offered as of Sept. 2017 by OWC) will be about as reliable as hard drives get. This model and its sister model ending in -16 thankfully omit the "Power Disable Feature" which is increasingly being included in hard drives now, such as the HGST He 10 drives (most, not all of those being offered in the U.S., HGST makes them with and without the feature). In "legacy" machines and most external SATA devices, the presence of 3 volt power on Pin 3 (has been normal) will cause any drive with the feature to never spin up, effectively turning it into a brick. With a newer SATA v3.3 device which opts to support this feature, Pin 3 can be used as a switch to power down the drive remotely, which can be useful in a server farm. Between this dangerous new feature and the still very high cost of the He 12 drives, the He 10's are the best choice for my money for expanding storage for rapidly growing image data. One primary drive and two cloned backups, one stored off site! Fortunately the current Voyager Q doesn't have power on Pin 3, so it does work with drives with the new feature, though probably not because that was the reason their Pin 3 didn't get power, as they were designed well before this feature was announced.

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