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August 16, 2012 9:59:10 PM

ORIGINAL OWNER SELLING MY (4 TERRABYTES) MAC BURLY DUAL PORT RAID USED FOR 1 EDITING GIG. LIKE NEW...MINT!!! (RETAIL IS $1,150)
Holds up to 18 TeraBytes in One Enclosure!
ASKING $ 500 O.B.O ALL OFFERS CONSIDERED/PIC'S SENT UPON REQUEST

6 Drives,(capable) 2 port Multiplier cables and blazing SPEED. All in a very quiet, powerful package. The Dual PM Burly takes a 4 bay size enclosure and uses state of the art tray system to mount 6 drives. With today's larger and faster drives this means you can either have up to 3 TBs on 3 drives backed up in the same box to a second set of 3 drives or you can use RAID0 and RAID all 6 for full speed uncompressed 1080p video editing. This 6 drive RAID0 is fully capable of real time editing of 2k uncompressed video!

The most rock solid enclosure on the market today. The Burly has a massive 300 WATT power supply. With 4 monster 80 MM cooling fans we can leave them at slower turning 2700 RPM speeds for very quiet operation. And the cooling is as efficient as needed to maintain rock solid drive temperatures. All these features are aimed at giving the highest stability in temperatures and power supplied. That is the #1 priority of a drive enclosure. Is your data worth the best protection possible?

Using a pair of 6 bay enclosures allows either a 12 drive RAID for the beastliest - hair on fire - 2K Video editing speeds. Or more commonly, a pair of matching 6 drive arrays with one tasked as your backup. All supported off a single 4 port SATA host card.

Attaching the enclosure to your computer couldn't be easier. With an eSATA connector on the back for each port multiplier - you connect the eSATA cable between PCI host card and enclosure. Enclosures come fully assembled either ready to install your choice of hard drives or already assembled and tested with Seagate 7200.12 SATAII 7200.11 SATAII or Hitachi SATAII or SATAIII Deskstar Hard Drives for industry leading performance at bargain prices. All components are SATAII capable and SATAIII compatible.
Newest Drives are approaching 150 MB/sec without RAID. Formatted into a RAID0 array across six drives, even our slowest model, the 7200.11, is fast enough for 1080p throughout the capacity of the array. Using even faster model Seagate and Hitachi Deskstar drives the top speed is the same, since the limit is that of the individual eSATA ports, but the sustained performance no longer drops significantly after 80% of capacity is reached. You will enjoy the faster speed deeper into the capacity of the array.

These numbers allow real time editing of 1080 10 Bit uncompressed HD video. Requires SATA Host cards with sufficient bandwidth capability. Recommended - any of the 4 port cards from Lycom, or Sonnet since they have the chipsets and bandwidth to support these kinds of performance numbers.

Performance from individual non-RAID drives is in the 100-150 MB/sec range, empty, per drive. SEE MORE INFO ON MACGURUS.COM
August 23, 2012 8:13:39 PM

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intelligensia said:
ORIGINAL OWNER SELLING MY (4 TERRABYTES) MAC BURLY DUAL PORT RAID USED FOR 1 EDITING GIG. LIKE NEW...MINT!!! (RETAIL IS $1,150)
Holds up to 18 TeraBytes in One Enclosure!
ASKING $ 500 O.B.O ALL OFFERS CONSIDERED/PIC'S SENT UPON REQUEST

6 Drives,(capable) 2 port Multiplier cables and blazing SPEED. All in a very quiet, powerful package. The Dual PM Burly takes a 4 bay size enclosure and uses state of the art tray system to mount 6 drives. With today's larger and faster drives this means you can either have up to 3 TBs on 3 drives backed up in the same box to a second set of 3 drives or you can use RAID0 and RAID all 6 for full speed uncompressed 1080p video editing. This 6 drive RAID0 is fully capable of real time editing of 2k uncompressed video!

The most rock solid enclosure on the market today. The Burly has a massive 300 WATT power supply. With 4 monster 80 MM cooling fans we can leave them at slower turning 2700 RPM speeds for very quiet operation. And the cooling is as efficient as needed to maintain rock solid drive temperatures. All these features are aimed at giving the highest stability in temperatures and power supplied. That is the #1 priority of a drive enclosure. Is your data worth the best protection possible?

Using a pair of 6 bay enclosures allows either a 12 drive RAID for the beastliest - hair on fire - 2K Video editing speeds. Or more commonly, a pair of matching 6 drive arrays with one tasked as your backup. All supported off a single 4 port SATA host card.

Attaching the enclosure to your computer couldn't be easier. With an eSATA connector on the back for each port multiplier - you connect the eSATA cable between PCI host card and enclosure. Enclosures come fully assembled either ready to install your choice of hard drives or already assembled and tested with Seagate 7200.12 SATAII 7200.11 SATAII or Hitachi SATAII or SATAIII Deskstar Hard Drives for industry leading performance at bargain prices. All components are SATAII capable and SATAIII compatible.
Newest Drives are approaching 150 MB/sec without RAID. Formatted into a RAID0 array across six drives, even our slowest model, the 7200.11, is fast enough for 1080p throughout the capacity of the array. Using even faster model Seagate and Hitachi Deskstar drives the top speed is the same, since the limit is that of the individual eSATA ports, but the sustained performance no longer drops significantly after 80% of capacity is reached. You will enjoy the faster speed deeper into the capacity of the array.

These numbers allow real time editing of 1080 10 Bit uncompressed HD video. Requires SATA Host cards with sufficient bandwidth capability. Recommended - any of the 4 port cards from Lycom, or Sonnet since they have the chipsets and bandwidth to support these kinds of performance numbers.

Performance from individual non-RAID drives is in the 100-150 MB/sec range, empty, per drive. SEE MORE INFO ON MACGURUS.COM

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