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Re: USB recording media recommendation for UFX - pen drives etc.

Hot? Or maybe it needs some more free space or a SSD Trim?

Regards
Matthias Carstens
RME

Re: USB recording media recommendation for UFX - pen drives etc.

Maybe a Sync Problem between the hooked Octamic D had been the Problem.
The ssd-housing was less than hand-warm.

Or the typical Windows samplerate change Problem.

One more test over 1,5 h with 16 Ch.@24/44.1 ended up perfectly (no error, correct multiple-Files).

Can Windows change the samplerate, eventhough the ufx being hooked up with asio (samplitude) @96kHz?

The Problem is that Windows often switches modified Things back after updates…

The housing is really fine, the indication of usb 2.0 or 3.0 with the Color of the LED is a nice thing 2 have in this application.

Re: USB recording media recommendation for UFX - pen drives etc.

Samsung tells me:
"
-    SSD-Trim aktivieren:
[Win7/Win server 2008 or later version]

**** - FAT32 is not supported ****; NTFS is supported
-TRIM cannot be done, but Enable/Disable is possible.
- Enable TRIM in Windows : fsutil command   ...
"
So it seems, trim has no effect on FAT32-Partitions. But it should be no Problem to delete and reformat the Partition before the new recording session. OK, al little bit oldschool hammer method :-)

Re: USB recording media recommendation for UFX - pen drives etc.

Which external SSD works with the UFX II / UFX+?

Crucial has a new model X6:
https://www.computerbase.de/2020-08/ext … -portable/

Has anybody information if this would work fine?

Re: USB recording media recommendation for UFX - pen drives etc.

Orgelmatt wrote:

The Url:

https://www.amazon.de/Optimiert-Inateck … amp;sr=8-5

But it seems my ssd, an old Samsung 840 model, did not pass Long time testing. it stopped after 2 hours 24 ch. 24/41.1 and now stops every try after About 2 min. recording and starts to re-initialise hdd. very sorry, are there prooved ssd's on the market?

Did you find an SSD that works?

RME have repeatedly claimed SSD's generally work fine with the latest DUREC but there are examples on the previous page of this thread of models that fail. 

It would be good to have an official recommendation for full recording capacity please!

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