The Rocpro T24 4-Bay Thunderbolt 2 RAID Array from Rocstor connects to Windows and Mac systems via an included Thunderbolt cable. It can house your 3.5" hot-swappable drive bays, which house four 3TB SATA HDD . To cool your drives, Rocstor has designed this enclosure with an aluminum case for passive cooling and equipped it with two silent fans to maximize airflow. The Rocpro T24 sports two Thunderbolt 2 ports, offering 20 Gb/s transfer rates each. This connection technology supports daisy chaining with up to six Thunderbolt devices. Moreover, this enclosure has the ability to email you alerts, regarding to the health of the RAID or the condition of your drive.
With drives installed, you can easily configure them into a RAID 0, 1, 10, or JBOD utilizing the GUI and integrated hardware RAID controller. When the hard drives are configured in RAID 1, they can provide up to 687 MB/s under RAID 1 HDD. HyperDuo technology is also available so your system can use a mixture of SSDs and a hard drive. This technology has intelligent algorithms that allow you to utilize the faster HDD, while safeguarding your data on the drives.
Compatible with 6 Gb/s SATA-based HDD
Connects via two Thunderbolt 2 ports with transfer rates of 20 Gb/s
Hardware RAID controller offering JBOD (no RAID), RAID 0 (striping), RAID 1 (mirroring), and RAID 10 (1+0)
Supports rebuild under RAID 1
Connectivity with multiple Thunderbolt devices with daisy-chaining support
Configure RAID modes easily using a Graphic User Interface (GUI)
Features hot-swap capabilities with HDD
Dissipates heat via an aluminum housing
Maximizes airflow with two silent fans
Rocstor T24 External HDD Specs
2 x Thunderbolt 2 ports
4 x hot-swap bays supporting 3.5" HDD
Hardware RAID controller offering RAID 0, 1, 10, and JBOD
Is there a version of the directions for this product that is written in clearer English? I can't find any instruction manuals online and my 2016 manual must surely have been fixed by now. This is too complicated for bad English.
Asked by: Barbara
You can find the user manual in the overview of the product on our site. (On the right hand side, under What's in the Box.)
Answered by: James B.
Date published: 2018-08-26
Is the Marvell software compatible with Mac? It doesn't say so in their help section.
Asked by: Barbara
It is. The unit is a hardware raid that works on both PC and Mac. You just have to set the raid with the software which is PC and Mac based.