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A review of G-Tech’s 2TB G-Raid hard drive. Owned by Hitachi, G Technology makes high end drives. G-RAID is designed specifically for professional content creation applications like Final Cut Studio, G-RAID features a high-speed interface – 3 Gbit eSATA, FireWire 800 (FireWire 400 via cable) and USB2.0 ports – and is available in storage capacities up to an amazing 4TB! When connected via eSATA, G-RAID provides data transfers rates in excess of 200MB/second to support demanding post production environments.
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18 thoughts on “G Technology G-Raid 2TB External Hard Drive Review g technology hard drive”

  1. hi. i have one of these but an older 500gb model. Do you know if I can just upgrade to a 2tb or 4tb with two new drives? is it still a fast enough drive for video editing files if it only does usb 2 and not 3? esata is probably older too. i have a computer with just updated usb3 and sata 3 adapters. but perhaps even a newer g-raid would only go so fast.. thanks for any help in deciding.

  2. I just picked up the G-Raid mini, based on the fact it uses the same HDs I run in one external case, as well as my Mac laptop. However, the sheer unnecessary noise the fan generates is intolerable to me. If you were someone capturing audio, it's a no-go. It sounds almost like a blow drier on a low setting. Fan in on almost all the time. Looks great, but it's being returned. Too bad. These manufacturers need to make fan-less RAIDS.

  3. I have an old 500GB one of these drives, does anyone know if I opened it up and replaced the 2X 250GB with 2X 2TB Hitachi drives would it work and would I still get the same performance?

    Any help would be appreciated.

  4. Hi Tom!
    I've a couple of questions:
    Does the G-RAID make noise when it is on? Does it turn off when your shut down your Mac? And can you configure the G-RAID in RAID 1 so the data is mirrored?
    I hope that you can answer these questions.
    Thanks and a very good video!

  5. @TechStopsHere
    I was sent one from the States with an AC adapter with 100-240v input. Just wanted to be sure it was safe to plug into Asian 220v.

  6. @raddance8
    Hi Dane,
    My G Tech drive has a power adapter which take 100-240v input, so it works fine. Go on B&H's live chat feature when they are online and speak to them – they should be able to clear it up for you.
    Dont forget to subscribe to my channel if you enjoy the videos.
    Cheers

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