HGST 100GB SAS SSD HUSSL4010BSS600 at 40usd

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  1. BackupProphet

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    Thanks! Got one to replace the aging SSD boot drive in my freeNAS.
     
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  5. pgh5278

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    You can only get two responses.. worth a try.
     
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    My best offer of 40 for 1 was accepted.

    Looks like I've got an SLOG device!
     
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  7. ClintSouthwood

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    Snagged one for 40 as well. Probably overkill for my use case but the price was right.
     
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    i have a SM MB X10SL7-F with sata/sas control onboard. what kind of cables would i need to hook up these drives to it? I dont have the mb in a server case so no hot swap cages, etc..
     
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    man i should have order last night, there like 52 competing offers for 5 left
     
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    Don't worry they've added more, and competing offers shows offers from all time, so right now there are probably not more than 2-3. I doesn't seem like the seller will go below $40 right now though.
     
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  11. marcoi

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    Yeah I just got 8 for 40 each. Best he would take.
     
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  12. marcoi

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    Does anyone know if these drives need both sas ports connected (since its a dual port sas drive) to get the advertise speeds? Reason I'm asking is i'm trying to research a case upgrade for my freenas box and need to know if i have to plan on dual port sas or single port backplanes.

    Im thinking of this case
    SilverStone Technology Co., Ltd.- CS380

    With a 5.25 bay conversion to add my hdds to it.
    I may end up with 6 WD Red 8TB drives and 8 of these drives in it.
     
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    I don't think the dual-porting really matters in this case. It's mostly for just for multipath purposes. With dual-ported drives you can in theory get more total bandwidth with the right kind of a setup. With 8 of those SSDs you may end up having the SAS interface as the bottleneck, but 4x 6Gbit/s is in my mind good enough for such small disks.

    Look at it this way -- a LOT of the backplanes, such as the ones used in Supermicro SC846 chasses, are active-passive (one 'port' active at any given time), so it only gives you the multipathing (reliability) benefits. You should to check whether the backplane you're shopping for is active-active; I have some doubts.
     
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    the case i listed above has 2 sata ports per hdd on the backplane and per the manual if i connect the two it will provide dual connection. But if i went with 2 per drive i would max out the onboard lsi card which only has 8 sata based connectors on it. I would need to add a second raid card to accommodate the rest of the drives.

    Thus my question on speed tests, if anyone done single port vs dual port on these drives.
     
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  16. ClintSouthwood

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    Can you guys read SMART info from these drives? Using a h200 I am not seeing very much info on mine, is that because it's an OEM drive?
     
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  17. rubylaser

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    It's because they are SAS drives. They display SMART data in a completely different format than SATA drives.

    Sent from my SM-G930V using Tapatalk
     
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