If you prefer to work with content directly from the G-RAID Mirror, the hardware-based controller lets you change to RAID 0 mode by flipping the DIP switches located on the rear of the enclosure. Doing so combines both disks into a single volume and splits the data between them, giving you access to the full 12TB capacity while boosting the read performance. But be aware that changing modes will erase the data from the drives.
Dual Thunderbolt 3 connectors are available, each providing up to 40 Gb/s transfer speeds with compatible devices. So, copying 300GB of footage would take about a minute. The second port allows you to daisy chain up to five Thunderbolt 3 devices such as additional storage drives and 4K monitors to significantly enhance your workflow.