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supporting 1TB-SSD for SystemX3650 M4 7915

2019-11-16, 10:46 AM

I would like to upgrade my server storage capacity by adding an additional 1TB SSD.

Kindly suggest which model (P/No) SSD supports my server 'SystemX3650 M4 7915'.

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Re: supporting 1TB-SSD for SystemX3650 M4 7915

2019-11-19, 19:42 PM

Konspec

 

SSDs life depends on how much data is written to them. The more data can be written the “better” the SSDs is (better/best also depends on how you want to use the drive). Data written is measured on “drive writes per day” (DWPD), which how many times the entire drive can be written each day during the warranty period (usually 5 years).

The marketing name gives a hint about the endurance on the drive: “Enterprise” > “Enterprise Value” > “Mainstream” . . . price will probably also align with this scale.

 

Besides this endurance you will probably need to review other technical specs (i.e.: performance).  If you need high performance SAS SSDs are better than SATA, and for the best performance NVMe drives (performance has a price).

 

The best drive for you will depend on how you will use it and what do you expect from it . . . unless you write vast amounts of data every day or need the drive to be very fast, I think SATA Mainstream will probably be a good option.

 

 

Hope this helps . . .

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Re: supporting 1TB-SSD for SystemX3650 M4 7915

2019-11-18, 1:26 AM

Hi Konspec

 

You could refer the internal drive option  to choose suitable 1.8, 2.5, 3.5-inch hot-swap SSD. 
The server supports the High IOPS SSD adapters, you also can refer the PCIe SSD adapters for more option.

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Re: supporting 1TB-SSD for SystemX3650 M4 7915

2019-11-18, 5:07 AM

Thank You for the reply.

Here I am bit confused which one to chose among the following models

1. 2.5" Intel S4610 960 GB Mainstrean SATA 6GB Hot Swap SSD

2. 00FN268-S3500 1.6TB SATA 2.5" MLC HS Enterprise Value SSD

3. 49Y6195-1.6TB SAS 2.5" MLC HS Enterprise SSD

 

Realy apprecaite if you can help me on this.

Thank you in advance.

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Re: supporting 1TB-SSD for SystemX3650 M4 7915

2019-11-18, 5:30 AM

Hi Sir,

 

Please refer detail information from below links. You can compare this models.

1. 2.5" Intel S4610 960 GB Mainstrean SATA 6GB Hot Swap SSD . I didn't find the model is in the X3650 support list.

2. 00FN268-S3500 1.6TB SATA 2.5" MLC HS Enterprise Value SSD

3. 49Y6195-1.6TB SAS 2.5" MLC HS Enterprise SSD

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Re: supporting 1TB-SSD for SystemX3650 M4 7915

2019-11-19, 19:42 PM

Konspec

 

SSDs life depends on how much data is written to them. The more data can be written the “better” the SSDs is (better/best also depends on how you want to use the drive). Data written is measured on “drive writes per day” (DWPD), which how many times the entire drive can be written each day during the warranty period (usually 5 years).

The marketing name gives a hint about the endurance on the drive: “Enterprise” > “Enterprise Value” > “Mainstream” . . . price will probably also align with this scale.

 

Besides this endurance you will probably need to review other technical specs (i.e.: performance).  If you need high performance SAS SSDs are better than SATA, and for the best performance NVMe drives (performance has a price).

 

The best drive for you will depend on how you will use it and what do you expect from it . . . unless you write vast amounts of data every day or need the drive to be very fast, I think SATA Mainstream will probably be a good option.

 

 

Hope this helps . . .

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2019-11-20, 3:13 AM
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