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Seagate IronWolf and BarraCuda Pro 14TB Giveaway


Seagate tapped the Tom's Hardware Community to help celebrate their new line of 14TB Hard Drives. Up for grabs is the Seagate BarraCuda Pro, the IrownWolf Pro, and IronWolf hard drives all in a massive 14TB in size.

To find out the full scoop on features and pricing check out our announcement on the Tom's Hardware news feed.

For your chance to win one of 3 massive 14TB Hard Drives, head to the giveaway thread in the Tom's Hardware forum.

No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited. Giveaway is only open to legal residents of the fifty (50) United States, and the District of Columbia, 18 or older. For a complete list of rules please see the Terms and Conditions on the Gleam Giveaway Widget. This giveaway is open until September 24, 2018.

  • bobba84
    Yet again, Australia gets left out. Shameful! How many TH readers are there in Aus I wonder?
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  • cdatar
    1 less Aussie reader from now!
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  • Gam3r01
    21309902 said:
    Yet again, Australia gets left out. Shameful! How many TH readers are there in Aus I wonder?

    Gentle reminder:
    http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/id-2969283/tom-contests.html
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  • R_1
    if you cannot include everyone in the giveaways, STOP doing them!
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  • mdd1963
    will the larger drive truly 'enable 4k gaming'? LOL!
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  • Titanz
    I want more optimized and stable games that are coming out next year and further.
    I need less expensive and faster storage drive in my gear.
    They are the pro so i think they should understand and listen what we need.
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  • captaincharisma
    21331372 said:
    I want more optimized and stable games that are coming out next year and further.
    I need less expensive and faster storage drive in my gear.
    They are the pro so i think they should understand and listen what we need.

    the only way to get faster storage is with an SSD drive. seagate SSD drive's should be reliable unlike their mechanical ones

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  • milkod2001
    Never understood this stupidity why to limit competition to certain countries only . Like how difficult is it to ship HDD literary anywhere? Not going to enter cos it is not fair to others.
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  • gdmaclew
    So I suppose Guru3D has a ginormous legal team that makes it possible to run international contests and giveaways.
    Despite the explanation, still a cop out - respectfully.
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  • Quaddro
    okay, i'll win this one..
    But but but...indonesia not listed..
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