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Old 01-28-2016, 08:32 AM
idris idris is offline
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Default HDD choices

I have a OWC thunderbolt 4 bay drive enclosure and need to get a new HDD to go in it.
There will be 3 HDDs in the enclosure - audio, video, and SFX library / archive
The new HDD will be exclusively for audio. The most demanding role will be small to medium scale feature films.

Last time I looked, WD Black Cariar was the most popular option.
Are these still the best option, and is there anything else relevent I need to be aware of running multiple drives via Thunderbolt?
PT12.4.0 / HDN / HD Omni / MC Control / Intensity Pro / El Capitan / 3.7 Quad core Intel Xeon ES (trashcan) MacPro / 12GB RAM
Over 15yrs experience in TV. Currently mainly indie features.
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