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post #1 of 3 Old 08-25-2013, 01:17 PM - Thread Starter
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As above, is safe to put 2 SSDs into a single bracket (see attachment)?
i understand that as these are non mechanical it doesnt matter TOO much but i was thinking more along the lines of how much 'heat' they give off and is it something to worry about? photo.JPG 1816k .JPG file
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Yes its safe,i got four like that,SSD dont make heat.All you need is one SATA cable without angle.

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I've done it before in a dual processor xeon workstation (aka not the coldest) with no issues.
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