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  1. #1 Maxx Digital ThunderRAID PCI Expansion 16-bay 64TB RAID with RAID card 
    REDuser Sponsor Brook Willard's Avatar
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    Hey folks,

    Selling my Maxx Digital TB2 PCI expansion chassis/16-bay RAID. This thing is the core of my DIT cart and is essentially turnkey.

    3U
    22.5" deep - extremely shallow for this type of unit
    Quieter than my UPS - set friendly
    16-bay populated with 4TB enterprise drives
    TB2 with passthrough
    3x PCIe slots, one of which is populated by...
    Atto R60F RAID controller
    Redundant power supplies
    Very effective cooling; Georgia-in-August-friendly.

    This box is essentially a workflow-in-a-box solution for a DIT cart. I generally run an R680 and a USB 3.0 card in the other slots. Throughput is the usual ~1.3 GB/s. You'd just have to put whatever PCI cards in it that you want, plug it in, rebuild the RAID, and you're off.

    Only selling because it's redundant for me.

    Asking $5400.


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    Price adjusted to reflect the market.
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    Bumping with price drop. Make me an offer! This poor thing is collecting dust, it's a shame to not be in use.

    I used this rig on Jurassic World, The Founder, and King Kong: Skull Island without a single problem, thermal or otherwise.
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    I have used this with great success and if this comes with 64TB worth of storage and the ATTO Raid controller you are already saving over $2K. Great deal, someone should pick this up.
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