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schoondoggy

These are 300GB that run 6G HP 507129-004 and these are 146GB that run 6G hp 507125-B21

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mgriffiths

These are 300GB that run 6G HP 507129-004 and these are 146GB that run 6G hp 507125-B21

 

How hot do they run ?  Would I need to mount them with cooling ? (I think I saw one of your posts with 2x2.5 and DVD Icy Box)

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g725s

Excellent.  Just what I was looking for.  Thanks for the links!

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schoondoggy

How hot do they run ?  Would I need to mount them with cooling ? (I think I saw one of your posts with 2x2.5 and DVD Icy Box)

In my N54l I run two 10K drives and a slim ODD in a icy dock.

The fan keeps everything at operating temp.

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mgriffiths

In my N54l I run two 10K drives and a slim ODD in a icy dock.

The fan keeps everything at operating temp.

 

So I assume a with a 40mm fan in the icy dock and 2x 10k SAS drives the noise level increases a fair bit as well.

For an OS boot disk, a pair of 10K disks might be overkill and coupled with the extra noise I might just go with SSD and move volatile stuff over to the RAID5 

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schoondoggy

An SSD would be a quieter solution.

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schoondoggy

JM has done a 2.5 and a 3.5:

http://homeservershow.com/hp-proliant-n40l-microserver-build-and-bios-modification-revisited.html

 

You could probably get two 3.5 in there, but they would need to be the thin models like the 1TB, it is less than 20MM thick:

http://www.seagate.com/www-content/product-content/desktop-hdd-fam/en-us/docs/desktop-hdd-ds1770-5-1409us.pdf

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