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post #111 of 134 (permalink) Old 10-26-2018, 08:10 AM - Thread Starter
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I would be careful using Seagate Barracuda's in a 24/7 NAS environement, I had 5 of them in my old RAID6 array and 2 died and 1 fell out of the array within months of each other... lasted about 2.5 years before this happend. but nice looking server. I'm currently looking at Seagate Ironwolf, HGST NAS and WD Red / (gold overkill)
I am not overly worried, I keep offline and offsite backups. I had some 2TB Seagate's in my last server that ran 24x7 from late 2009-2017.
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How did you fit the 24 pin connector in?
I wish I had taken a photo but I found a 90* connector for it so now the 24 pin connects from the side right behind the drive cages.
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Great build! Did you use a SATA power splitter to supply power to all the drives? How many drives did you put on each type 3 Corsair cable?
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Hey, just wanted to check if you were also on the driver 4.0.0.2020-whql for the AOC-SAS2LP-MV8
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Great build! Did you use a SATA power splitter to supply power to all the drives? How many drives did you put on each type 3 Corsair cable?
Actually I had enough SATA connectors from having a few HX1000's so every drive has it's own connector.
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Hey, just wanted to check if you were also on the driver 4.0.0.2020-whql for the AOC-SAS2LP-MV8
Good question, I have no idea honestly. I feel like I should not change it if it is working well.
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What screws did you use to secure the extra HDD bays? My tower only came with enough screws to add 3 extra bays worth and the HDD upgrade kits didnt come with extra screws. The screws for these look more like mini sheet metal screws than the typical computer screw

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What screws did you use to secure the extra HDD bays? My tower only came with enough screws to add 3 extra bays worth and the HDD upgrade kits didnt come with extra screws. The screws for these look more like mini sheet metal screws than the typical computer screw

The HDD upgrade kits should have come with screws. That is how I screwed them in. Only difference is in my setup I used standoffs to push the top cadges by the motherboard forward to make room as needed.
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What screws did you use to secure the extra HDD bays? My tower only came with enough screws to add 3 extra bays worth and the HDD upgrade kits didnt come with extra screws. The screws for these look more like mini sheet metal screws than the typical computer screw
3.5" HDDs usually use 6-32 x 1/4" or 5/16" screws and 2.5" HDDs, SSDs, and ODDs usually use M3-5 screws. Actual length of both will vary depending on the thickness of the cage.

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