Seagate Exos X24 24TB Enterprise Internal Hard Drive HDD – 6GB/s SATA 7200RPM 2.5M MTBF (ST24000NM002H)

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Original price was: $599.99.Current price is: $479.99.

  • SCALABLE: Run big data applications to meet hyperscale demands
  • EFFICIENT: Get consistent performance with low latency and repeatable response times with enhanced caching
  • HIGH CAPACITY: Support data analytics capabilities and other dense architectures for highest rack-space efficiency
  • COST EFFECTIVE: Optimize TCO with the lowest cost per terabyte
  • RELIABLE: Enjoy extended reliability with 2.5M-hour MTBF and 5-year limited warranty
Seagate Exos X24 24TB Enterprise Internal Hard Drive HDD – 6GB/s SATA 7200RPM 2.5M MTBF (ST24000NM002H)
Seagate Exos X24 24TB Enterprise Internal Hard Drive HDD – 6GB/s SATA 7200RPM 2.5M MTBF (ST24000NM002H)

Original price was: $599.99.Current price is: $479.99.

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Specification: Seagate Exos X24 24TB Enterprise Internal Hard Drive HDD – 6GB/s SATA 7200RPM 2.5M MTBF (ST24000NM002H)

Hard Drive

‎24 TB Mechanical Hard Disk



Item model number


Item Weight

‎1.48 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎5.79 x 4.01 x 1.03 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎5.79 x 4.01 x 1.03 inches



Computer Memory Type


Hard Drive Interface

‎Serial Attached SCSI

Hard Drive Rotational Speed

‎7200 RPM





Date First Available

‎October 27, 2023

Reviews (10)

10 reviews for Seagate Exos X24 24TB Enterprise Internal Hard Drive HDD – 6GB/s SATA 7200RPM 2.5M MTBF (ST24000NM002H)

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  1. CamTheMan

    The best thing about this product is the 5 year warranty. I have 8 of these 14TB drives and after a year, two have completely failed. I mean failed to the point where data on that drive is not recoverable. If you plan on using these drives make sure to have some sort of redundancy or backup. Whatever is commonly failing on these drives is not something where you will be warned or have time to backup, they just die immediately.

    Seagate makes it really easy to register the drives and see all your products on one page, and getting a replacement takes one click of a button and you can choose the free option (send in your drive then they mail you the replacement) or a premium replacement option where they overnight you a drive for $20 then you send yours in.

    This is the best part about the product, I invested in these drives because I know I’m guaranteed at least 5 years where I don’t have to purchase a brand new drive.

    The reliability however is questionable, so I took a star off since you heavily rely on replacing these drives so often via warranty.

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  2. Amazon Customer

    I have purchased numerous Seagate drives, internal and external, over the years, but this review is for the 18TB drives I bought on Amazon. I have purchased 3 of the 18s. The first one started to fail shortly after I bought it and I had to hustle to save data before it became unusable. The second one disappeared to large folders filled with important files. I didn’t even get a notification until I noticed they were missing and scanned the drive. Recovery software could see the lost files, but only recovered a fraction of them. Later, while removing the drive from the computer, the plastic SATA clip on the back snapped off, rendering the drive unusable. I tried to transfer the piece from the first bad drive to it to see if I could boot it, but it didn’t work. I bought the third 18TB in Nov 2023. Now, just 4 months later, it is starting to fail. I have to scramble once again to get my files off of it while I still can. It’s strange because I have 10 Seagate HDDs in my computer, and I can’t remember the last time I had a drive die on me before I could Lifecycle Replace it. But I’m inclined to think there is something wrong with the 18s. I didn’t return my drives to Seagate because I don’t want to share whatever data can be recovered. So I’ll just eat the loss, about $1000 for the 3 drives. The next time a Seagate lets me down, I’ll be switching to WD.

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  3. JKnight

    These Exos drives are super fast! I am so happy with them. I dropped them in my Terramaster D5 300C and they are purring. Soo happy with them so far. Also, QuickDealStore are the best sellers I’ve had the pleasure of doing business with. Thanks!

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  4. Jason C.

    I purchased two of these units on 2024.03.05. Both were able to be registered with Seagate and BOTH were at a phenomenal price! I get a 5 year warranty and these drives are MASSIVE.
    Highly recommend this company (QuickDealStore) and the drives (Seagate) for anyone looking to upgrade to a 14TB storage.

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  5. Hey

    Se ve bien hasta el momento lleva 180 horas de uso y se observa en condicion bien en CrystalDiskInfo y no se detecta ningún sector dañado, lo malo es que al estar en formato NTFS la capacidad maxima es de 14.5TB usables, tmb el emboltorio solo es una bolsa antiestatica y la caja.

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  6. Q.

    louder read/write noise than other drives, however I have about 8 of these running 24/7 for the past few years and only had one with an issue (replaced by seller, box looked damaged during shipment). great cost per TB, and is sufficient for media and game development.

    would love SSD to get to this cost range per TB.

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  7. Tom

    This 14 tb Seagate Exos was reasonably priced and available overnight. I ordered one to add space to one of my Unraid servers.

    It arrived the next day but was dead. Tried on 3 different computers and none of them recognized it. So I filed for a return with Amazon and dropped it off at my local Staples that handles Amazon returns.

    Over the years I have bought a lot of hard drives from Amazon and other places and this was the first DOA.

    Figuring the odds of another DOA were very small I placed another order for the same Seagate Exos 14 tb model. It arrived the next day and is up and running with no problems. Exos drives are designed as Enterprise level drives with great performance and a long MTBF. So far none of the Exos drives I’ve purchased over the years have given any problems other than this one DOA. Hard Disk Sentinel tests rate it as excellent for both performance and health.

    Amazon issued a credit to my card shortly after I dropped off the first drive. The entire return process was quite quick and convenient.

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  8. Shawn

    So I don’t write too many reviews, but I wanted to put this together for people who are as confused as I was about whether or not these drives are loud.
    Before I settled on these, I read tons of reviews on Newegg and Amazon and it seemed like a pretty even split between people who think these drives are horrendously loud, and people who think they are silent as the grave.
    The short answer seems to be, they are both.
    The key is how they’re being used.
    In my experience, these drives are silent until a couple of seconds into a large data transfer. After that, they start to make some noise, and it is significant. I wouldn’t want to listen to it for a long time. However, in my use case, (a personal home media server that only I use) I never reach the maximum speed of the drives (around 250mb per second) unless I am transferring whole shows onto the drive, or exporting them to an external device, and in that case, the transfers do not last long. Also, I am not seated next to the computer when tranferring large files so the sound is quieter from a short distance.
    My advice when purchasing these drives is to think about your use case. Mainly, how often will you need to move files that are bigger than just a couple gigabytes? Because that is when the louder, more concerning noises will occur.
    Also, consider setting up your pc so that the drives never disengage or “spin down” once the pc is on. There is a delay of several seconds before you can access files and a lot of noise when the drives first spin up before they settle into silent operation. (Personally, I like the sound they make when they spin up, but I wouldn’t want them doing that all the time. It’s bad for them. ((I know that is contested, but I’m saying it anyway, since I think the people on the other side of that argument are wrong.))

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  9. Michael

    Works perfect, no issues, good read and write speeds, overall very satisfied.

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  10. Raul Orea Tirado

    Excelente producto fácil de instalar muy buen servicio

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