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Jose Angel Lago Leiros
GSpeed_es remove raid card 2714 to a new rocketU 1144E
on Apr 5, 2014 at 8:46:37 am

Hi, can i do these update to my mac pro 4,1 removing esata raid card to a usb3 and esata card without loosing my gspeed_es raid5 ?

And, it´s possible to work the 1144E with a RR644L sataIII to hdd/ssd on the optical bay... 1 ssd system and 3 hdd in raid0

Regards


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Gene Gilbert
Re: GSpeed_es remove raid card 2714 to a new rocketU 1144E
on Apr 14, 2014 at 5:13:44 pm
Last Edited By Gene Gilbert on Apr 14, 2014 at 5:38:25 pm

Hi Jose,

Thanks for your post. I do not believe the 1144U supports RAID 5, but the RR644L will. Your G-SPEED eS will require a RAID capable card. Please let me know if you have any questions.

Regards,

Gene Gilbert
g-technology.com


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Jose Angel Lago Leiros
Re: GSpeed_es remove raid card 2714 to a new rocketU 1144E
on Apr 14, 2014 at 5:39:59 pm

Hi Gene, thanks for your answer... as i supposed, raid_5 don´t work on RU_1144E.

But does a raid0 work, JBOD ?... pcie card it´s port multiplier...

So now in my mind it´s go sell the unit, because it´s raid features at these moment don´t make me any improvement in my workflow, and only for backup purposes i´ll go onto spare hdd´s

I´ll go to a sataIII capable raid RR640L using internal dvd bay for 4 x 2,5" hdd... HGST Travelstar Z7K500 500GB 7200rpm 7mm for use only with fcpX active library...

(I´m on a mac pro 4,1)

Regards.


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Gene Gilbert
Re: GSpeed_es remove raid card 2714 to a new rocketU 1144E
on Apr 15, 2014 at 4:46:46 pm

Hi Jose,

I believe the G-SPEED Q would be better suited for your workflow.

Regards,

Gene Gilbert
g-technology.com


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