Extending/Expanding Raid 5 on H67. Tags: NAS / RAID Hard Drives Storage Last response: June 4, 2011 9:41 PM in Storage Share max1mus May 28, 2011 12:48:16 AM Dear all, Need to have information on these 2 questions: 1. Would like to know if I can extend/expand Raid 5 on H67. I have 3 hdd (2TB each) on my current Raid 5, and would like to add another 2TB into it. Would it be possible to do? If yes, how? How long approx it will take to extend the size with one 2TB hdd? 2. Once I installed 4 hdd on Raid 5 on my H67, and then I upgrade to Z68, can I just move my hdd to Z68 and be able to read the content in the new PC? Kindly advise. Thanks. More about : extending expanding raid h67 Chris051667 June 4, 2011 9:41:17 PM http://www.neoseeker.com/Articles/Hardware/Previews/ecs... That link says, the H67 only has native support for 6TB http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/z68-express-lucidlo... That is a review on this site, of the Z68. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources All-in-one box: NAS HTPC RAID; RAID5 write speeds: linux, h67, PERC 5i Forum Solvedz77 or h67 for i5 Forum SolvedIntel i5-2320 with H67 Express Chipset - PCIe x16 and onboard graphics Forum SolvedH67 vs H61 for I5 2500 Forum SolvedAdvice for imminent build, i5 2500k Z68 or i3 2100 H67 Forum SolvedH61 or H67 for i5K (overcklockable) ?? Forum SolvedCore i5 2500k with h67 Forum H67 motherboard with an i5-3570K Forum I5 2400 CPU: H67 vs Z68 Motherboard, which is for me? Forum I5 2500k on a h67 mobo? Forum [Solved] Core i5 2500k with h67 Forum Does gtx 570 suits i5 2500 and a h67 mobo Forum Is an h67 mobo bottleneck for a i5 2500 processor Forum I5-2500 turbo boost on H67 MOBO Forum I5 2400 with H67 mobo "overclock"? Forum SolvedMD raid 5 kicked out disk: rebuilding needs reboot. why? Forum SolvedRAID5 with different HDD's ?? Forum SolvedCan 1 or 2 x SSD's be set to 2,3, or 4 partitions to benefit from any raid array configuration ? ( ie: RAID 0,1,2,3,4,5,10 ? Forum SolvedSlow performance with with RAID 5 Forum SolvedCan I put HD's I already own and have backup Data in a RAID box RAID5 and keep the data? They are Simple and I used to put th Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !