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Picking the Right 3.5″ to 2.5″ Adapter for SATA/ SAS Drives

A key consideration when you want to put a 2.5" SATA SSD into a 3.5" server drive sled is the offset of the SATA and power connectors with the adapter

Solid State Drives Are Now Less Expensive than Hard Drives

I had not thought about this in awhile, but Solid State Drives (SSDs) are now less expensive than their hard drive counterparts. Sure, someone...

LSI 9207 and 9217 HBAs w/ SAS2308 6Gb/s SAS & SATA...

With all the PCI Express 3.0 capable motherboards being released lately both on the Intel Xeon E5 and Xeon E3 series sides, it's time...

Differences between Hardware RAID, HBAs, and Software RAID

With Windows Home Server 2011 coming out in the near future many less experienced home users are looking into RAID subsystems to create larger...

SAS/ SATA Cables Guide – SFF-8087, 8088, 8470, 8482, 8484, and...

One question often asked is what type of connector is needed, or what do all of these connectors mean. I thought that it may...

First Look: Norco 2U and 4U JBOD and SAS Expander Chassis...

Norco is a server case manufacturer that is very popular with home build enthusiasts as they provide inexpensive means to house large quantities of...

OCZ Agility 2 120GB SandForce SSD Review

OCZ's Agility 2 120GB is a new generation of drive based on the SandForce SF-1200 controller. Unlike the OCZ Vertex LE and OCZ Vertex...

Testing Update – Timeline, New SSDs, AMD Socket AM3 with USB...

I have decided to post a little roadmap of what's next on the site. I am a list making person, so this will hopefully...

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