Re: SuperMicro H8SSL-i (ServerWorks HT1000) -- JMR SATAStor 6x2.5" in 1x5.25" array
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Bryan J. Smith wrote:
Forgive my ignorance, but are some better disks selected? Years ago during one summer I worked on transistor testing: I remember that a BC107 could, at one extreme, be a BC109C (high gain, high breakdown voltage) and at the other extreme only make the grade as a BC107A (low gain, low breakdown voltage) -- only a relatively small number made the grade as a BC109C and these were, of course, more expensive. Does a similar thing happen with disk testing? Better tolerances, noise levels, start-up times? Or is it more in the manufacturing and a disk is what it is because of the way it's made?In fact, if you check the specs, some of the SAS devices are more "near- line" specifications. They are basically rolling off the _exact_same_line_ as their SATA brethren!
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