Amazon Deal of the Day CyberPower OR700LCDRM1U & OR1500LCDRM1U

maze

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So no offence.. but next time you want people to use your ref link.. be cool, and post both with and without - give people a choice. Makes you out to be less of a kickback fisherman..
 
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Normally I'd agree, except there's no ref link... but thanks for the kind words- it'll help me remember to post deals to the community in the future.

Google "amazon goldbox deal of the day", click "Gold Box Deals | Today's Deals - Amazon.com" then click "See Details" and you'll have the same link that I posted.


 
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I believe the OR model #s are not full sine wave (PFC models are) and may have trouble with high-efficiency active pfc power supplies used in many servers.
 

maze

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Normally I'd agree, except there's no ref link... but thanks for the kind words- it'll help me remember to post deals to the community in the future.

Google "amazon goldbox deal of the day", click "Gold Box Deals | Today's Deals - Amazon.com" then click "See Details" and you'll have the same link that I posted.
If so, i do apoligize - I saw "ref=" in the link and made an assumption. Too many places people poste ref links without making a notice of it.
 

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ref= is not a referral link, amazon uses a different format. ref= is used to track movement within the site believe.
 

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The cage has nothing to do with powering up the backplane. It's just a piece of steel to hold the drives in place.
The backplane needs 12V through a Molex MicroFitJr3.0 8-pin connector - I just made an adapter from the Dell original cable.

As for the speed I said it a few times already (and even posted a link to the PEX8632 spec) that it is PCIe 2.0. Expecting PCIe 3.0 support from a $25 card is a little bit too much.
It's all good- no worries.
Post. Post like your life depended on it! Lol! Nah Im just playing. Thanks for posting :.)