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Old Mar 11th, 2013, 12:09 PM   #1
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eSata RAID enclosures (8 bay and 2x 4 bay) and PCIe RAID cards

Sans Digital TowerRAID TR8M - 8 Bay SATA to eSATA (Port Multiplier) RAID enclosure - 8 bays, comes with all drive trays. Pretty sure I still have the PCIe raid card that came with it kicking around somewhere if you need it too -- I never used it (see below for the cards I used). EDIT: Yes I have and will include the original PCIe RAID card that came with this unit. $100.

2 x Sans Digital 4 bay SATA to eSata (Port Multipler) RAID enclosures, similar to the 8 bay above, but only 4 bays each. Drives directly insert (no drive trays). $50 each.

2 x Newer Technology MAXPower 6G RAID PCIe RAID cards, supports port multiplier cases (like all of the above cases). $50 each. Card Specs

Willing to do local meetup, cash or EMT only. I'm located in Oakville but willing to meet somewhere closer to you if required.

These cases and cards served me well but I have moved on to a larger rack mounted SAS unit and don't need them any longer.

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Old Mar 11th, 2013, 12:37 PM   #2
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Old Mar 16th, 2013, 01:09 PM   #3
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Bump! No one interested? I wanted to give ehmacers a first chance before tossing these to the lions on kijiji/craigslist ...
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Old Mar 30th, 2013, 08:45 AM   #4
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Bump! Last chance on this stuff before I toss it to the sharks on Kijiji ... anyone with a Mac Pro that needs more storage (don't we always need more storage!) -- this is a good affordable way to add a LOT of it And with RAID5 you even get good redundancy, you can lose a single drive and still not lose any data.
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