Kingwin KF-4001-BK 3.5" Internal 4-Bay Hot Swap Rack RAID

Kingwin KF-4001-BK 3.5" Internal 4-Bay Hot Swap Rack RAID

Kingwin KF-4001-BK 3.5" Internal 4-Bay Hot Swap Rack RAID

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The Kingwin KF-4001-BK 3.5" Internal 4-Bay Hot Swap Rack is an internal 3.5" hot swap rack that lets you stack 4 hard drives in a 3 bay space. KF-4001-BK also comes with a 120 x 120 mm rear fan to cool down your hard drives and prevent them from overheating. Hot swapping and RAID support requires compatible controllers.

3.5" Internal hot swap rack raid-4 bay
No inner tray required
Space for 4 hard drives occupying 3 bay slots
Latch door opening with switch
Fits 1" to 3.5" SATA hard drive
LED indicator
One 120 x 120 mm rear fan
Non-Scratch SATA connector
50,000 times insertion rate
Supports hot swap with compatible SATA controller
Supports SATA II (3.0 Gb/s)
Tool-less and tray-less design for hard drive installation
Driver-free support
RAID function requires RAID Controller
Support for up to 4TB hard drive
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Kingwin KF-4001-BK 3.5" Internal 4-Bay Hot Swap Rack RAID
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Kingwin KF-4001-BK specs

    Drives Supported 1" or 1.6", and 3.5" hard drives Supports up to 4 TB
    Interface SATA
    Fan 1 x 120 mm rear fan ball bearing
    Operating Temperature 32.0 to 131.0 F° / 0.0 to 55.0 C°
    Dimensions 8.9 x 5.7 x 5.0" / 225.0 x 146.0 x 127.0 mm
    Weight 3.7 lb / 1680 g
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    Package Weight 4.45 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 11.4 x 8.3 x 7.4"

    Kingwin KF-4001-BK reviews

    KF-4001-BK 3.5" Internal 4-Bay Hot Swap Rack RAID is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good dock for the $$ I purchased this unit about 4 months ago now. After reading several reviews on other sites on this and other racks I opted for this one. I initially installed this as recommended. after getting the system up I decided I wanted more speed out of the array. Testing metrics showed that I was at the limit of the controller. This is a 3gbps controller. So i removed the fan housing and the controller board, which increased room in the case significantly. I then connected the drives directly to the dedicated pci-e controller I have for the array and brought the system back online for testing. The tests showed I was nearing the top end of the 6gbps connection of the controller for sec, reads and writes and middle to top for random reads and writes. All in all this is a good enclosure either way. nice design sturdy bay placement. I'd keep it stock for a backup array or something that could be slower storage.. For my implementation in an NVR I opted to remove the controller and fand and hook up to a dedicated pci-e 6gbps controller.
    Date published: 2015-01-15
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