Hi, I have four G-RAID Studio 12TB Thunderbolt 2 drives (the ones in black plastic) connected to my old iMac 2013. Now I’m about to upgrade to a new iMac 2017 (unfortunately I cannot wait for the new iMac supposedly coming in 2019), which of course offers Thunderbolt 3 ports. I understand I can still use my G-RAIDs with an Apple TB3-to-TB2 adapter, but since the bottleneck (I assume) are the chassises (not the actual internal hard drives), I wonder if there is any way to trade in the old TB2 chassises for the newer TB3 chassises (or simply purchase the latter)? Surely G-RAID clients that temporarily are chassis-only clients are also considered an important customer base…? :–)
Edit: I just found the following Thunderbolt 3 fully Mac compatible chassis that supports four 3,5" drives:
Can the four G-RAID Studio internal 6TB drives be transferred to this chassis as they are, or could there be any potential incompatibility issues with that (I have the RAID format that joins two physical 6TB drives into one virtual 12TB volume)?