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Shonk

These will be great for ssd's but for normal hd's it may be better to have 2mm of spacing

 

9mm drive 2mm space 9mm drive etc..

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schoondoggy

These will be great for ssd's but for normal hd's it may be better to have 2mm of spacing

 

9mm drive 2mm space 9mm drive etc..

Good point!

I did leave a gap, but I had to keep it small to fit on the bracket.

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HellDiverUK

5400rpm drives like the WD Blue will be perfectly happy wedged together.  7200rpm ones like the Black won't be quite so happy.

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Shonk

Umm its got me thinking i should move the seagate slim inside now

god damn it, its 7mm but 7200rpm..

 

I think 10 drives may be pushing it

 

umm decisions decisions

 

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ikon

WD Reds would likely be OK; they run even cooler than Greenies.

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saq

So if I've got 2x 9.5mm wd reds on the SDM right now, and I've got 2x 7mm OCZ SSDs, I want the 7mm brackets or the 9.5mm brackets?

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schoondoggy

So if I've got 2x 9.5mm wd reds on the SDM right now, and I've got 2x 7mm OCZ SSDs, I want the 7mm brackets or the 9.5mm brackets?

If you want all four drives on the SDM you need a 9.5MM kit and a 7MM kit.

In my pictures above the WD slim drives are 7MM and the Patriot SSD's are 9.5MM

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paradox

Could 4x of these be mounted on the SDM-R2 with the brackets? (which I've noticed seem to be out of stock now, but I already have some)

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