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  1. Actually, I take it back - I could likely just route the SATA->ESATA cable through an unused card port. It looks like my MediaSonic unit lacks an eSATA port, but I'd be willing to buy a new 8-unit if it's a superior connection that would actually be as reliable as my internal drives.
  2. I've been running the MediaSonic USB 3.1 4 Bay 3.5' SATA Hard Drive Enclosure - USB 3.1 Gen 2 10Gbps USB Type C (HF7-SU31C) enclosure for months with (3) 2-3TB WD Reds. I'm using a standard USB-C 3.1 Gen 1 connection and it's working reliably for the most part. I have 11 drives in my DrivePool, 8 of them are in my main server and 3 additional drives (working drives that I just upgraded for more storage in the main PC) are in the MediaSonic. For the most part, I haven't had any trouble... but a few times the connection was lost until I power-cycled the MediaSonic - At least in a couple of those
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