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Seagate Introduces a 60TB SSD


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Haha. 

 

Was talking about this with Alex (of Covecube).  I want 36, because that's what will fit my Supermicro case. :P  
And that's ~2.2PB of capacity. :)

 

 

Also, keep in mind that these drives do use SAS connectors. So can't just use consumer hardware.  It has to support the SAS connector, AND it has to hooked up to a SAS controller. 

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Haha. 

 

Was talking about this with Alex (of Covecube).  I want 36, because that's what will fit my Supermicro case. :P  

And that's ~2.2PB of capacity. :)

 

 

Also, keep in mind that these drives do use SAS connectors. So can't just use consumer hardware.  It has to support the SAS connector, AND it has to hooked up to a SAS controller. 

 

Think my HP ML10 V2 with P222 will work ... good question

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Think my HP ML10 V2 with P222 will work ... good question

The P222 is a SAS2 card, IIRC.   And the Seagate SSDs are SAS3. 

 

So yes. :) 

But you will be bottle necking yourself (half the speed, for the protocol, and another half for PCIe 2.0 vs 3.0 for the overall card)

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