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Old 05-03-2006, 12:48 AM
Bill Rigby Bill Rigby is offline
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Default Re: Best Systems and Components for Win HD/TDM

Hey Nik;
Sorry to rain on your parade;
My understanding is that SCSI drives are better than the SATA solution because of the way the files are cached,(giving you a higher track count).
The SATA / firewire /USB drive (removable or internal) solutions are limited by their track count.
I was told that if you RAID a series of drives that it is seen as only 1 drive therefore your trackcount will be limited to the spec of one drive. (Which is why Raiding isn`t supported).
I know Digi tend to overspec to cover their arse but if anybody is getting a high track count (up to 100 tracks)please shout out.

Tell me if you find out any different

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