The Sabrent Rocket 4 Plus Destroyer 2 SSD has up to 64 terabytes of speedy storage

kiwigraeme

Posts: 1,123   +822
what are you talking about illegal? you know that all the content is legally obtained by ripping owned UHD and BD discs!
You are right - it's not illegal for people to copy their Blu -rays and share in many countries with friends and family .
Plus not sure companies worry too much about small private servers .
Before Netflix etc most lots of people who shared encodes - were big purchasers of media - I think the new generations are less likely to buy - I still have a huge amount of CDs and Blu-rays
 

Fastturtle

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Looking at this, all I can say is the dang thing is over priced and under performs. We can get quad M2 PCIe x16 adapters for less money that split four lanes to each M2 and they don't require any kind of chip on them. The other problem is, there are no 8TB M2 drives available as yet, AFAIK that claim is bogus. The highest capacity I've seen available are 4TB units. There may be an 8TB in the future but they're simply not available (Unotanium) at this time.
 

zamroni111

Posts: 359   +212
Looking at this, all I can say is the dang thing is over priced and under performs. We can get quad M2 PCIe x16 adapters for less money that split four lanes to each M2 and they don't require any kind of chip on them. The other problem is, there are no 8TB M2 drives available as yet, AFAIK that claim is bogus. The highest capacity I've seen available are 4TB units. There may be an 8TB in the future but they're simply not available (Unotanium) at this time.

It's 12 TB pcie 4.0 x8 ssd
 

zamroni111

Posts: 359   +212
I have 4 different PC's in my lab running critical analytical instruments all on SSD RAID 1. It has bailed me out once when a Dell SSD failed. Chemists were still able to use the PC like nothing had happened.
Raid 1 by operating system or hardware raid?