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Drake HatfieldExternal enclosure - please advise
by on Sep 20, 2011 at 6:34:29 pm

I am looking to purchase an external raid array. I'm thinking 4 (four) 2TB drives (unless there are reliable 3tb drives that you know of) in a nice enclosure, running raid1, accessed over eSata.

Any specific recommendations? I've read extensively to avoid G-Tech, which I am currently doing.

Note: I searched and read throughout the forums but most requests seem to be looking for 'slightly' different setups. I am running a Win7, core i7 workstation, editing on Vegas.


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Jon SchillingRe: External enclosure - please advise
by on Sep 20, 2011 at 7:32:48 pm

Drake,

My 2 cents? http://www.stardom-usa.com/product_detail.php?p_id=72 this product is sold unpopulated, that is without drives, but will do what you need it to do using eSATA.

We have stock.

Jonathan Schilling | Sales & Marketing Manager
RAIDON-USA Technology
STARDOM Storage by RAIDON since 2000
15356 East Valley Blvd., Suite B
City of Industry, CA 91746
Tel: 626-333-7888
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http://www.stardom-usa.com

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Ron AmbornRe: External enclosure - please advise
by on Sep 20, 2011 at 8:16:09 pm

Take a look at the Evo VR

http://www.maxxdigital.com/evo-vr-maxx-digital.html . You can also contact info@maxxdigital.com for personal service and answers.

Sincerely,
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Huntington Beach , Ca 92646
Direct 714-374-4944
Cell 714-713-4492 Fax 714-374-3404
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Ri StewartRe: External enclosure - please advise
by on Sep 28, 2011 at 5:30:47 pm

Call me low budget, but I work on feature films & post on doc's. I use a MacPro with a Sonnet E4p and (2) SansDigital 8 bay raid cabinets from Other World Computing. I stripe 4 together.

Now I would assume a $1300 cabinet compared to a $300 cabinet should be nicer, and perhaps more reliable... but these RAIDS are always a little touchy to get the speeds anyway. (Use backups!) I get 200/mbs with a (4) 1tb disc RAID 0, done in the Disk Utility of OS X.

I have replaced one in 3 years as a board burned out. But, it's still cheap.

Bluedot Productions
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Matt CampbellRe: External enclosure - please advise
by on Oct 7, 2011 at 2:11:20 pm

Caldigit makes really nice drives and RAID set ups. Check out the RAID 5 an 6 solutions.

http://www.caldigit.com/products.asp

OS 10.6.7, Mac Pro 2 x 3 ghz quad-core intel xenon, 4 gb ram and AJA IoHD


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Atul TalatiRe: External enclosure - please advise
by on Oct 24, 2011 at 7:11:50 pm

I would look into the Seagra Technology, Inc Desktop 5 Bay RAID 3,5 Storage Array. STSRFC4-X is the product. They also have FC4 HBA which is STF400PE product. Please take a look at it. Very price competitive and high performance product. They have 100+ system out and very reliable. Support is great.

They provide with the Complete Solution which means HBA and Storage. You cannot just get external enclosure only which means without drives.

You can use any FC HBA ATTO, Qlogic, Emulex,Seagra Technology.

Atul Talati
Seagra Technology, Inc
14252 Culver Drive #A129
Irvine, Ca 92604
(949)419-6796(Voice)
(949)419-6437(Fax)
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Drake HatfieldRe: External enclosure - please advise
by on Oct 24, 2011 at 11:05:50 pm

Thank you very kindly. I am JUST NOW beginning to call around about this and I really appreciate the feedback. Way too many brands to avoid...


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