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SDM-BETA in Gen10 MicroServer

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Joe_Miner

I already had been running with a SDM-BETA in the G10 MS with a Samsung SSD mounted on it.  I switched out the Samsung and replaced it with a WL500GLSA8100 10K RPM 500GB 2.5" drive and it has been running well for some time now.  Works well IMO.

 

 

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hfournier

How long are the SATA cables to reach the OS SSD drive in the ODD bay? And is it better to use straight or angled connectors at either end?

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Joe_Miner

I used standard 18" SATA III cables with straight connectors on each end.  

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