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Mediasonic ProRaid HUR3-SU3S3 2 Bay 3.5" SATA Hard Drive Enclosure - USB 3.0 & eSATA Support UASP and SATA III 6.0Gbps Speed
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- Hardware embedded Raid controller ensure data integrity with redundant back up capability.
- Support all brand of 3.5" SATA I / II / III hard drive up to 10TB 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, eSATA transfer rate up to 6.0 Gbps,
- LED Light indicator for system status monitoring
- Compatible with PC / Mac. Metal Case Material and Smart Fan Function
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Mediasonic PRORAID HUR3-SU3S3 is a 2 bay 3.5 inch SATA hard disk drive enclosure. HUR3-SU3S3 supports SATA I / II / III hard drive speed up to 6.0Gbps with USB 3.0 and eSATA interface and UASP Protocol.>
Hard Disk Drive Support
• 3.5 inch SATA I / II / III hard disk drive up to 10TB per drive
• Support hard drive transfer rate up to 6.0Gbps
• Support UASP Protocol
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”
• 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
Supporting Operating System
• Window 7 / 8 / 8.1 / 10 (32 bit and 64bit)
• Mac OSX 10.8 or later
• HUR3-SU3S3 x 1
• User Manual x 1
• Power Adapter x 1
• USB 3.0 Cable x 1
• eSATA Cable x 1
• Screws x 4
• Screw Driver x 1
Technical Support and Warranty Service
• 18 Month Warranty from Mediasonic Store
Seller Warranty Description1 Year Warranty from Mediasonic Store
Top customer reviews
Adding the hard drives was very easy, and involved screwing the supplied handles to the drives and slotting them in place in the enclosure. Before using this with my XBOX console, I first plugged the unit into my computer and used "Drive Management" to format the drives to Windows. Then I plugged the enclosure into my XBOX ONE via USB 3.0. The console instantly recognized the external storage and asked me if I wanted to format one or both of the drives for installing and playing games from. I said "yes." If I'd have said "no," then the drives still would have been accessible on XBOX ONE but useable only for photos and videos. After that, I was able to copy my existing installed games to the new drives and play from there. Strangely, games seemed to load faster than they did with the internal XBOX ONE hard drive.
The enclosure is very quiet and I can't hear it running when playing. I have the fan set on AUTO. The enclosure features power syncing, so it goes off when I turn off my console. It takes up a very small footprint on the shelf under my XBOX ONE, but adds a huge amount of space. One of the things that drew me to this enclosure by Mediasonic is that it comes with all the hardware you need (except the actual hard drives, of course). They even give you a screwdriver! However, I did not receive (nor need) the CD that is shown in the product picture.
This is a really great enclosure that fills a variety of different roles, and so far it has performed perfectly with my XBOX ONE. It was a fantastic way for me to add more hard drive space (of my choosing) to my console. Recommended.
This box had been a great update! It was simple to set up, the construction is very, very solid, the instructions are good, and better yet, unlike my previous box, it is intelligent enough to shut down (actually standby on the raid) when I shut my machine down.
I, surprisingly gained more speed with the little device with my same discs inside from the old unit . Eventually, I will need to upgrade the drives to more current models, but this little guy is just chugging along. The full format for me, took a little over 14 hours connected via USB. I then connected to esata and have been ever since.
A side note is that it is much smaller than the picture appears and is only slightly larger than the two drives themselves! This is a good thing for me.. The auto or manual fan feature also is working excellent. I wanted to test or the speeds, and though it's extremely silent, on the highest setting, I can, if I put my ear close, hear the fan whirring.
I have nothing but good things to say and am glad for Amazon one again for excellent pricing! If I had to do it over, for the price difference, I probably would just buy the 4 Bay. But then, that takes up more room. But either unit is solid as a rock!
Highly, highly recommended!
I actually had issues with Windows recognizing the NTFS that I 1st formatted in OS X using Paragon 3rd party NTFS drivers for Mac. I don't think it had anything to do with the Mediasonic unit itself, but I figured I'd add an update to help with anyone else who's thinking of using this between Mac and PC formatted to NTFS. But the fix was to first format the Raid1 in Windows. After doing that, assuming you have 3rd party NTFS support installed on your Mac, OS X should recognize your drives without a problem.
Very easy to attach the drive handles, insert the drives, and set the RAID mode.
Upon first boot the motherboard found the H/W RAID device. I had (2) 3TB NTFS formatted drives.
I had the RAID set as 1 on the box. In Windows 10, it had 1 drive showing.
I copied a 25GB file to the RAID 1 device, and had an avg. of 90MB/sec transfer time. Granted, I'm using a 7 year old Gigabyte P55A-UD4P thru 1 of the 2 USB3 drives on the MB. My MB max is SATA III and this matches it.
I've had it 7 months and haven't experienced any issues. I use it mainly for movie storage and PLEX streaming. It's great so far!