Totally, these drives do run hot. Much hotter than I expected. U.2 > PCIe > SAS > SATA
The reason why they're so cheap is because the seller couldn't test them because he didn't have the correct enclosure. I believe he has more which he just doesn't know how to do a SMART test on. Turns out all...
I got 30 pieces of the below 7.68TB NVMe drives. --> All sold
Selling price is $XXX. Payoneer preferred, paypall accepted. Shipping can be negotiated, located in South Korea.
On another note, does anyone know these drives? And why they're not showing up in the warranty check with HGST?
I replaced some qlogic NICs from my server and realized that the problem wasn't the NVMe SSDs... it was the NICs! And these were Dell NICs as well! I had no clue 25/10G NIC's required so much cooling!
It no longer sounds like a jet engine... but I still struggle with hearing anything outside of...
Thanks for the quick response!
I don't want to manually set the fan speed as this will end up going into a datacenter where everthing is loud. But great to know the command line.
The server has a bunch of stuff inside which needs needs the cooling... and yea, the CPU's are 135W or 150W each so...
I'm not seeing any issues as of yet, I pulled the power out a few times after reading this post... I really hope the problem doesn't end up occuring later.
I'm currently using one in a R730 dell server I'm setting up; the fans are stupid loud because the box doesn't know what the damn thing...
I have Oracle Samsung PM1725A 3.2TB PCIE Gen3 x8 NVMe cards for sale: $400/ea with shipping fees negotiable.
Pieces remaining: 6 --> 5
Samsung P/N: MZPLK3T2HCJL-000U4
Oracle P/N: 7317693
These were recently used in Dell servers and just recently retired. They all have from 93% to 97% life and...
After a few iterations in making labs, I looked into metro clusters.
I was instantly attracted to the possibilities and setup two different locations.
The picture below is the node which I house where the other node is in a different (close) location.
Has anyone succesfully designed and...
Awesome. So the performance of SAS3 drives is not better than SAS2 drives. We are only seeing these speeds because of the cache on the raid card. This should then mean that the SAS2 drives should perform equally well, correct? I still don't understand why my friend is so sure that SAS3 out...
So everyone understands the SAS3 interface doubles the bandwidth of the previous generation.
And that a single hard drive regardless of interface will have a sustained sequential considerably lower than what SAS3/SAS2 maxes out on.
I've been telling everyone that the interface doesn't matter...
Selling some overstock hardware I got my hands on, as well as clearing up lab equipment I no longer need.
The money earned is funding my new home lab setup. Message me if you're interested in seeing my current setup!
Intel Xeon E3-1220 v5 - 1pcs :: $60
Intel Xeon E5-2630 v3 - 2pcs ...
QLC is the future. That said, it's far less reliable than TLC, MLC, SLC (meaning write endurance).
The controller/cache and the overprovisioning in combination can increase the life/durability and performance of the drive, however, in essence it's a new tech which has yet to mature.
Woah @itronin, didn't think my opinion would get such a reaction.
I've never bought from him, but I sure have bought things off of ebay that wasn't on par. Thanks for telling me he was legit.
The reason I was suspicious were the photos he showed me. He said he had flashed all the firmware, yet...
He's selling them for $200 a pop for quantity.
The pics he sent say they are 99% life. They're all EMC drives with B250 firmware.. These limit the line speed to 6Gb/s.
The seller says they're all confirmed 12Gb/s and that they flashed all the firmware and formatted to 512b. He offered a 5%...
I private messaged you with more details.
These are the parts you need:
- P840 4G 12G SAS Controller (726897-B21)or a
- P440/4G SAS Controller (726821-B21)
These require the HPE cables and the cable to the BBU as well.
If you're using a 2.5" 8 bay
- SFF 2.5...