HighPoint RocketStor Thunderbolt 3 to NVMe RAID Adapter
HighPoint T3 RS6661A-NVMe Up to 4x M.2 NVMe SSD, upto 2,800MB/s with RAID 0, 1, 1/0 Support
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Our aim with ScanProtect is to encourage our customers to upgrade or build their own PC confidently. For a small additional fee our customers are provided with complete peace of mind.
Compact, Portable NVMe RAID Storage for Thunderbolt™ 3 Connectivity
The RocketStor 6661A-NVMe allows you to add lightning-fast NVMe RAID Storage to any Thunderbolt™ 3 capable PC platform. Each RocketStor 6661A-NVMe solution supports up to four M.2 SSD’s in RAID 0, 1, 5, 10 and single-drive configurations, and can deliver an astounding 2,800MB/s of transfer performance - ideal for professional media applications that require maximum sustained read and write speeds.
Works with any Thunderbolt™ 3 capable Mac or PC
Like all HighPoint Thunderbolt™ 3 I/O Solutions, the RocketStor 6661A-NVMe was designed with simplicity and ease of use in mind. The ultra-slim enclosure includes a pre-installed NVMe RAID controller, which can be quickly accessed via quick-release thumbscrews. The RAID controller supports up to 4 M.2 SSD’s and 8TB of storage, which can be easily installed by users of any experience level.
Flexible NVMe Storage Capacity
Unlike most NVMe solutions which tie a single SSD to a PCIe module, the RS6661A-NVMe supports up to 4 individual M.2 NVMe SSD’s, and up to 8TB of total storage capacity. Each SSD can be configured to operate independently or as part of a RAID 0, 1, 5 or 10 array. The RocketStor 6661A-NVMe has been qualified with a wide range of NVMe SSD’s, including Samsung’s 960 Pro series 2TB models.
HighPoint NVMe Manager with Integrated TRIM & SMART Monitoring
The RocketStor 6661A-NVMe includes our intuitive NVMe Manager interface, which allows users of any experience level quickly configure the M.2 SSDs into RAID arrays or as stand-alone drives. TRIM support promotes the longevity and endurance of each SSD while SMART monitoring allows customers to keep close tabs on the physical attributes of each device, including temperature readings, total bytes written and disk usage values; essential tools for planning, configuring and maintaining mission critical SSD storage. Quick Configuration menus allow new users to get everything up and running with a few simple clicks. In depth, Advanced Options allow experienced professionals to fine tune SSD module configurations for specific applications.
• Flexible capacity, Supports up to 4x M.2 NVMe SSD's
• Fast & Portable NVMe Storage Solution
• Supports all Thunderbolt™ 3 capable Mac and PC
• Delivers up to 2,800MB/s of real-world transfer performance
|External Connectors||2 x Thunderbolt 3 port (Type-C)|
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