40Tb Orico 5 Bay HDD Enclosure Review

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John Qiu? says:

Give bill Cosby some likes

Rossi Filmes says:


Adrian Mak says:

how much transfer speed for drive to drive write/read within the enclosure ?

John Qiu? says:

Bruce Jenner is a man

Mario CRESPI says:

For software type RAID you could use Windows 10 Storate Spaces

id104335409 says:

So, can these drives go to sleep when not in use??

Shaheer Rizwan says:

can i put a ssd instead of a 3.5 inch hdd

Leonardo Gomes says:

DONT BUY IT!!!! After one week using, does not work anymore. Warranty does not even answer me.

Roy Patton says:

who needs Raid …… Raid is overrated these days …muhahaha

Jerald Guevarra says:

Only in youtube I learned TB equates to porn collection size… Didn’t know that before mmmm…

Brian Michael says:

looks like a good unit… i am going to get one… Drobo is great.. but this will work

ICE Starboy says:

Do a set up tour?

Jeff Keith says:

The only use I can see for this Multi-Drive Bay without redundant array of independent disks is for each one of my 5 kids to have their own hard drive. So it wouldn’t matter about how loud the fan is.

Known2God says:

Good video…. there is an orico 5 drive usb 3 raid version out. I think I would prefer that one. Anyways thanks for sharing your video. Regards

Alain Menard says:

Use snapraid

aviv autopohone says:

price dropped to 120 USD, considering it as a DAS for some hdds i have and use storage spaces on it… worth to buy?

Alex Hirsch says:

why not putting these drives in your case since every modern pc case has around 5 3,5 inch drive bays

Noext says:

i dont know anyone would buy that.. a readynas rn104 cost only 30$ more, and you have so much more capabilities (network share, raid etc..)

Christian Tubera says:

is this the Orico 9558U3-BK Hard Disk Drive Enclosure exact model?

Ruben Aasheim says:

Would be helpfull with 40tb, but my porn is over 9000 tb :/

Sergei says:


Oscar Cid Ibaceta says:

wait, i really confused with this, this can work like a docking station?, i dont wanna make a raid configuration.

Mario CRESPI says:

What about quality?

jfletc3000 says:

on the system does it have to be matching hard drive that means can I put the 2 4 6 1 TB total 11 TB or does it have to be 5 4TB drives

Lalito Almos says:

second one

omar valenzuela says:

Wooo 40tb of PORN IN 4K yessss.

Ro MaYo Jr says:

No raid? No thx.

krzys ja says:


Jason Gray says:

Sounds good. But could I use this as a data repository and have raid ten on a separate unit at the same time? And how much optane would I need for this?

Sanjay R Nath says:

Guys, can i do a software RAID 5 in Windows 10 using 5 identical drives? Please advice

Zaber Ansary says:

Linus be like: Ill stick with my 70TB SSD Server…

Sebastian Carrier says:

That moment when 1 cubic centimeter of quartz crystal can store 9 times the capacity of this hard-drive configuration.

John Brentford says:

Can you put the drives in this enclosure in a striped are mirrored configuration?

gogo cat says:

Sorry i didnt keep so much porn

john bumptybump says:

ta, told me what i needed to know, concisely. Good video.

Ernest Jay says:

Too bad it didn’t support raid.

kain seviers says:

This is actually the simplest, most economical and effective solution for storing movies…thanks..

rommer26 says:

hello bro. what happened to the videos about differents budget pc builds?? about the $600 and $800 build. i would like to see that again to be sure what part should i buy

Triple259772 says:

i would i go about connecting this to a home network so that everyone in the house has access to the drives?

it's Me Justin says:

thanks for the breakdown

松井英雄 says:

I want to know how to build NAS?

Vanguardas Vucava says:

$180?! I’d rather do RAID1

Street Guru says:

You could build an AM1 based NAS for around that much that would be way more flexible, granted if you want to use that much storage you’d need a higher end system namely more RAM. this one has 4 sata ports, with an 8 bay case

and I hope you aren’t using those archive drives as a drive made to run 24/7, usually going to want WD reds, or like HGST NAS drives

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Shane Lindsay says:

40 terabits – 5TB? please… how hard is it…

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