Get a Huge Amount of Storage for Your Desktop Courtesy of OWC’s Latest SSD

If you are someone who needs plenty of expandable memory and want elite performance out of your SSD, you should really check out OWC’s ThunderBay 4 Mini Raid.

Get a Huge Amount of Storage for Your Desktop Courtesy of OWC's Latest SSD

Expandable up to 40TBS (yes you heard me, FORTY TERABYTES) is hands down the highest capacity OWE desktop SSD solution on the market today. OWC is popular for their Mac & PC technology, and a lot is the same with their new ThunderBay 4 Mini Raid. Powered by the SoftRAID engine which not only monitors your disk at lightning speeds up to 1,314MB/s though a Thunderbolt 2 connection that is enclosed in aluminum.

“ThunderBay 4 mini has accelerated UHD, 3D, and VR production workflows around the world with our 4TB SSD configurations,” said Larry O’Connor, CEO, OWC. “We’re thrilled to offer a tenfold increase in SSD capacity with these new high-capacity solutions up to 40TB, empowering producers to take their creativity even further.”

But there is so much more. The ThunderBay 4 mini Raid is configured for elite performance thanks to it’s ability to provide the same level of data redundancy and fault-tolerance as the RAID 5, all while offering up to a 25% boost in read speeds for SSDs. As a Plex user and overall media consumer, the ThunderBay4 will accelerate video production producing multiple 4k streams, and large RAW photo libraries. There’s nothing NOT to like about the opportunities presented wit the Thunderbay 4 Mini Raid.

Why not check it out for yourself? Available in 10TB, 20TB, 30TB and 40TB capacities, you can purchase your storage today from MacSales.com

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