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Mediasonic ProRaid HUR3-SU3S3 2 Bay 3.5in SATA RAID External Hard Drive Enclosure USB3.0 eSATA
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   Shipping Weight:   4.2 lbs
   Part #: HUR3-SU3S3

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Hardware embedded Raid controller ensure data integrity with redundant back up capability
Support Single Mode, JBOD Mode, Raid 0 Mode, and Raid 1 Mode
Support up to 2 x 4TB Hard Drive
Support all brand of 3.5" SATA I / II / III hard drive up to 4TB per drive, and support SATA III 6.0Gbps speed
Support UASP for faster transfer rate
USB 3.0 Tranasfer rate up to 5.0 Gbps for (PC and Mac)
eSATA transfer rate up to 6.0 Gbps
LED Light indicator for system status monitoring
S.M.A.R.T function with built-in thermal sensor control
Raid Mode Features:
Single Mode: Computer will show up as two independent drives.
JBOD Mode: Raid 0 Spanning mode. Two hard drive will show up as one large single drive. Spanning is an array (not Raid) that is written sequentially across two drives
Raid 0 (Stripping Mode): Two hard drives will show up as one large single drive but speed performance will boost up. The two hard drives will write data in "column" effect. This form of array splits each piece of data across both hard drives in segments. Data is stored between first hard drive and second hard drive. Raid 0 does not provide any redundancy, if one hard drive fail, all data is lost.
Raid 1 (Mirroring Mode): Using this mode will require two identical hard drives. It will creates an extra copy (or mirror) set of data to second drive. The back up are more important for safe keeping and the available data only show up in one large single drive.

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 Verified Owner
I placed two 3TB Seagate drives in a raid 1 configuration, came with both an esata and usb 3.0 cables. I had no issues setting it up and fan setting on auto didn't seem to be noticeable. I am happen with purchase over, only wish it was less expensive. (Read More)

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So far it is working just fine. Power supply could be smaller so it doe snot block plugs on my UPS. (Read More)

 Verified Owner
Other than the user manual, to which I've seen more clear and concise instructions from cheap Chinese knockoff toys, there's little that's problematic with this. The cables are on the short side, but that's easily rectified with extension cables.

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