I recently replaced the hard drive on my Foxsat with a WD AV-GP 1TB and had to put a jumper across pins 5 and 6 to slow the data transfer rate (as advised in the AVforum). When it comes to replacing the hard drive in the Fox T2, I haven’t seen any similar advice. Does that mean there is no requirement for the use of a jumper with a Fox T2 HDR?. (I run the Custom Firmware on both boxes.)
The Foxsat-HDR was designed to use Sata 2.0 drives, the latest Sata 3.0 drives have much faster data transfer speeds. The Hdr FOX-T2 is a much newer design so should work with the newer drives. If I remember correctly the HDR FOX T2 comes with a Seagate Pipeline Drive which doesn't have jumpers.