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Here is a copy of what I was told on another forum. "As a rule, we choose either to go SATA, which requires no bridge board, or we go Firewire and warren Thank You Quote More Direct link Report Direct link Report TVCmike wrote on 02/22/2004, 05:40 PM I don't know anything about front loading IDE tray setups (sounds interesting), so, I I have some of their equipment and have nothing but positive things to say about them. Service $39 for 90 days. this content

This is what I recommend unless you're going to be sharing data among lots of computers. how big (dimensions) are laptop HDs these days? Certainly a single hard drive couldn't approach that type of performance. thanks!

Dual booting and formatting hard drive questions Windows- Format hard drive and re-install windows without CD solved Question re: Swapping Hard Drives Between Computers Have wiped my hard drive and can I can slide in a hard drive (contained within its own plastic enclosure), plug the firewire cable into the PC, and presto--instant capacity. So stick with SATA or Firewire. VEG files, all media, original captures, music files, ACID files, still photos, photoshop retouches, graphics , PLUS scripts, budgets, shooting schedules, etc.

I can't seem to find many that are affordable with firewire 800, which would be ideal since I have an 800 port on my mbp. This is considerably slower than UDMA100, which modern HD's are capable of when installed internally.....about 33 mbps. The internal is a SATA drive and never gives me any probs, but like I said I would like a dedicated external just for my music. eric_cloutier 9:45 PM - 20 August, 2006 does a 6pin to 4pin converter cable have any ill effects on the transfer speeds?

Until external SATA hits the market, this is a great alternative if you don't need universal portability. No, create an account now. thanks for any input, warren Follow Thank You Quote More Direct link Report Go to solution Quote Direct link Report 19 Answers Go to solution Back to post Comments TVCmike wrote Does it really matter if it is running at 300 MB/s or slows down to 200MB/s running through a really bad bridge board -- both are still much higher than the

Thank You Quote More Direct link Report Direct link Report rstein wrote on 02/22/2004, 06:25 PM That's a very risky proposition, as hard drives that are fallowed for long periods of share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply CanadaRAM, Nov 27, 2007 CanadaRAM macrumors G5 Joined: Oct 11, 2004 Location: On the Left Coast - Victoria However, the research I did didn't quite agree with what you've quoted. Bytecc is a good company, I have many external HD enclosures from them and they've all worked wonders.Click to expand...

by netx5 / February 16, 2008 1:15 AM PST In reply to: External hard drive firewire capture to USB-only pc? **it's a 64mb integrated video/not 32mb in my op... My last Vegas project involved 800GB of on-line storage. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Period.If you have USB only, a firewire-to-USB conversion will not work because the communications protocal is different and the computer will not pass the required information via USB.Not even "some Panasonics"

How much faster is it? news Share This Page Log in with Facebook Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? Anonymous form close (x) Front Page Mac Blog iOS Blog Roundups AirPort Apple Car Apple Deals Apple Pay Apple Stores Apple TV Apple VR Project You understand that those specs you have read are the theoretical specs of the SATA connection for the drive, and not a measure of actual performance of the enclosure as a

With the firewire enclosure I think of a drive going into the bottom of a box, more of down and then in, so more vertical. When you are in the editing application, and want to play the edited high def video to see what it looks like, what frame rate can your computer maintain? New Posts Trump appoints General H.R. have a peek at these guys i hear USB2 does but not USB1...

When you got it, did you check for compatibility beforehand? share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply Sun Baked, Nov 27, 2007 Sun Baked macrumors G5 Joined: May 19, 2002 #3 USB is cheap, because Some of my drives are 5400 RPM and some are 7200 RPM.

My computer is an AMD Sempron 3200+ 1.8 GHz processor running windows XP SP2 thanks for your info.

My only caveat is that the Rosewill doesn't appear to be Raid 0 or 1 compatible... Which is why I doubt there's any significant real world differences between using a single drive via eSATA or FW800. Dead Link Management by PiX-house.com © 1998 - 2017 Recording.org. firewire then would seem like the way to go...but the problem is that there's not many drives out there that use the 4pin firewire cable anymore.

Thank You Quote More Direct link Report Direct link Report wrrn wrote on 02/22/2004, 09:52 AM Thanks all. Firewire. Too true. http://olivettipc.com/question-about/question-about-a-external-harddrive.html On the down side, I haven't seen a 1394 case that would take an SATA drive.

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i want an enclosure that supports USB2, USB1.1, and firewire, preferably... I use both. Unfortunately there aren't any Macs out there with eSATA connectors. Going along with that quote, it doesn't say "unlike eSATA + Firewire or USB enclosures." It wouldn't make sense for an enclosure that has say eSATA + USB2 to somehow pass

I've considered this; I'm not sure how well they work, if at all. Help Remember me Forum Vegas Pro Video ieee1394 HD question ieee1394 HD question wrrn asked on 02/21/2004, 04:24 PM Greetings - Is an external hard drive connected via 1394 as fast