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  • Re: Intel Octane drive memory

    Oh I didn't know about that. Indeed it looks like a fast and bullet-proof solution. As soon as the high-quality 10 TB prices go down to 200$ I'll probably get 2 more and end up with that setup. Until then I'll see what Optane is up to. Thanks!
    Posted to Avid Unity / Workgroups / Local Storage (Forum) by Mat Burb on Sat, Sep 1 2018
  • Re: Intel Octane drive memory

    Thank you for your input Pat. I would have went for a full RAID 5 array if it wasn’t for: -The time to order a new identical drive in case of failure (as well as their availability? - technology goes so fast!) -It looks awfully long to rebuild RAID array after failed drive replacement -The increased risk of failure when using a 3 or 4 drives array
    Posted to Avid Unity / Workgroups / Local Storage (Forum) by Mat Burb on Sat, Sep 1 2018
  • Intel Optane drive memory

    I just found out that there is a new technology called Optane that "accelerates your HDD", so your normal drive runs nearly as much as a SSD, for a 70$US 32gb memory card. Check it out if you have a M.2 memory slot on your motherboard, looks like it may be worth it. I'll have this new setup pretty soon, will give it a try on a 10 TB HD
    Posted to Avid Unity / Workgroups / Local Storage (Forum) by Mat Burb on Sat, Sep 1 2018
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