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P4000 pedestal server hot-swop drives

eer
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hi

Can someone enlighten what is the difference between the models of pedestal server hot-swop drives below?

FUP4X35HSDK

FUP4X35S3HSDK

FUP8X35HSDK

FUP8X25HSDKS

FUP8X25S3HSDK

 

For a start, I believe the front portion of the model number like FUP4X35 / FUP8X25 would mean the number of hot-swop drive trays and the physical size of the hdd.

 

But what does the the rest of the letters mean? "S3", "S" at the end of the model, etc. Is there a page that helps to explain?

 

thank you

 

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David_A_Intel
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It is correct. The first part of the ordering code indicates the amount of drives and the form factor of the drives is going to support. The "S3" indicates that we are using the SSF8643 connectors on the backplane, mostly use to support 12Gb/s drives.

You may review the information listed in our http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/server/sb/CS-034924.htm Cabling Guide for further reference.

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David_A_Intel
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It is correct. The first part of the ordering code indicates the amount of drives and the form factor of the drives is going to support. The "S3" indicates that we are using the SSF8643 connectors on the backplane, mostly use to support 12Gb/s drives.

You may review the information listed in our http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/server/sb/CS-034924.htm Cabling Guide for further reference.

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eer
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thanks david.

I gonna get all and take a look.

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