WTB 1.6TB-4TB ssd (large qty) , and few AIC 250GB+

iliak

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looking for a good price for decent ssds, sas\sata 2.5'

looking for :
  • 24-30 UNITS each 4TB (sas\sata 2.5' drives)
  • 48-50 2TB drives (sas\sata 2.5' drives)
  • 48-50 1.6TB drives (sas\sata 2.5' drives)
  • 3-5 units AIC (240GB+) any decent brand

bought first lot, looking for another lot of ssds, :)
international shipping preferred ( i pay for shipping with insurance dhl)
papal preferred
 
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Samir

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Back when ocz had those microns on sale that would have been the deal for you. Free bump!
 

iliak

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depend on type (good low latency sas (write intensive with high endurance ) vs simple sata) price varies
 

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looking for a good price for decent ssds, (mix use) sas\sata


international shipping or us shipping

and double quantity for 2tb is also an option (price must be good)
I have 24 x HGST Ultrastar 7K4000 4TB SATA that I am migrating off of. Where's your US shipping address?
 

schujj07

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depend on type (good low latency sas (write intensive with high endurance ) vs simple sata) price varies
Your best bet will be to find a Value Added Reseller and go from there. If you need write intensive drives for SATA you are left with the 3.84TB Micron 5300 MAX that just launched. For SAS there are only 2 options I can think of HGST/WD & Seagate. Problem with SAS is the drives are extremely expensive. If you can go NVMe instead of SAS that would be the best bet as there are a lot of 3.2TB or larger NVMe drives that have high write endurance.
 

schujj07

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nvme supported chassis in 1u with 8-10 ssds are relatively expensive
Depends on the vendor you are using. I can tell you from person experience that if you go SuperMicro with the Epyc CPU you can get a 1U 10NVMe with 1TB RAM, Dual Epyc 7502 CPU, 2x 3.2Tb Micron 9300 MAX, 8x 3.84TB Micron 9300 Pro, 2x Mellanox Connect-X4 LX with dual port 25GbE cards for under $25k/server.
 
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iliak

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Depends on the vendor you are using. I can tell you from person experience that if you go SuperMicro with the Epyc CPU you can get a 1U 10NVMe with 1TB RAM, Dual Epyc 7502 CPU, 2x 3.2Tb Micron 9300 MAX, 8x 3.84TB Micron 9300 Pro, 2x Mellanox Connect-X4 LX with dual port 25GbE cards for under $25k/server.
still this is not cheap, especial if you need at least 3 servers for ceph cluster, we are planing to get refurbished hardware (it worked very well in the past years)