The answer I will give you is far less than good
As for performance, you can find reviews all over the place - but you cant trust their noise data at all, and its barely worth comparing their noise data to other drives either. What I would say about performance is, how are you going to be using the drive, just storage, boot, both.? What will you be storing e.g. movies, mp3's or millions of tiny word documents, will you be running programs.? Ideally you will have an SSD with all of you programs on and standard user data, and have a HDD for mass storage, if so, then HDD performance is not a real issue, I have 2x laptop drives as my main PC's storage - hardly fast but they don't need to be - that's covered by a very fast SSD.
I recently installed a 1TB WD Red into a new PC acting as a server. The drive was inaudible in a standard office in open air when shunting a load of data to/from the drive, granted its a 1TB model, but seek volume rarely changes between models in a range, however vibration and idle noise does. I was exceptionally surprised at how little vibration was coming from the drive, it was more similar to the vibration levels you would expect from a 2.5" 5,400rpm drive than a 3.5" 5,400rpm drive.
As it is I plan on buying 4x of the 4TB models as soon as the 5TB model is released (instant price drop). I was going to buy the 4TB WD Red's regardless of whether or not there is a quieter 4TB drive on the market or not, for the following reasons:
I used to be a fan of Seagate and distrusting of WD (long story that I wont go into). WD has proven to me beyond any doubt (reasonable or otherwise) that their HDD's are a lot more reliable than Seagate drives - reliability is very important to me.
WD Green drives have more vibration than their "Red" cousins and also have a warranty that is 1-year shorter (2-years rather than 3), for the negligible difference in price this is well worth it, they also have roughly the same performance and to top it off I will be using them in a RAID array for which they are designed, they also run cool with no active cooling (e.g. zero-airflow).
In summary, I believe that the WD Red drives are the best option for large storage that is currently available, and the small price premium is worth it for the extra warranty alone.
If there are other drives that are quieter than the WD Red drives then you will have to look at mounting, if hard mounted the WD Red may prove the winner anyway because of their very low vibration, if soft mounting and if the Red drive is a little nosier, then by how much.? Would you even notice would be my question.
Finally a note on head-parking, I don't ever notice a head parking noise in my office, but the head-parking feature on the Red drives is activated after a significantly longer period of idle than the green drives which will make them more reliable as it will happen less often, and from the noise perspective will be better as it happens less often.... I hope this helps in some way.
PS: I do not work for, am not affiliated with and do not own any shares in WD, and I was honestly surprised at just how quiet and low vibration the WD Red drives are (I have seen 2TB models but only briefly and they were as good as the 1TB models - anecdotally).