Whether you have the Mac Pro 2019, a Mac Pro 2012 or 2010, or PC tower, Accelsior 4M2 can go to work for you. As a half-length x8/x16 compatible card, this game-changer offers the versatility you need so you’re not tied to one slot size or limited by a space-confined computer case.
You can also enjoy the performance boosting benefits of Accelsior 4M2 with your Thunderbolt 3-equipped notebook computer, iMac workstation, or slot filled gaming rig. It’s plug and play easy with a PCIe expansion chassis like the OWC Mercury Helios 3s (sold separately).4 Helios 3S lets the Accelsior 4M2 flow with your workflow by offering up to 2,500MB/s real-world read/write performance in the field on your notebook.5 Once back at your desk, the choice is yours…keep Accelsior 4M2 in the Helios 3S or install it into your Mac Pro 2019 to enjoy its blistering fast 6,000MB/s capabilities.
Accelsior 4M2 was designed with a PCIe switch to let your computer address each of the M.2 NVMe drives at full x4 PCIe speeds instead of hard-limiting each drive to x2 PCIe speeds. When running in JBOD, where all four drives are typically not accessed at the same time, each drive has the unlocked capability to run at full speed.
When over 6,000MB/s real world speed and 8.0TB of capacity isn’t enough to satisfy your needs, you can RAID two Accelsior 4M2 cards together to experience out of this world performance.
Accelsior 4M2 includes SoftRAID Pro to ensure you get the maximum, steady performance, protection and monitoring against drive failure, and plug and play simplicity. SoftRAID is the only solution with robust drive health monitoring and reporting capabilities and full TRIM support for attached external and PCIe slot NVMe drives under MacOS. SoftRAID’s easy setup makes it customize storage to the RAID volume(s) your applications need by helping you through the entire process. Ready to go plug and play or just decide what you’re use requirements are for desired RAIDs and how much space to allocate to it. It’s that simple to create your preference of speed and/or redundancy attributes of your data volume.