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idata
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SSD for Supermicro X75PA-HF Built-in ICH9/9R SATA Controller

Hi,

I need to update several Supermicro 502-2 servers with X75PA-HF motherboard. We would like to use SSD disks but SATA connectors are SATA II 3Gbps. The server supports 2 2.5" disks. Which SSD family is compatible with these motherboard and integrated SATA controller. We need 1-Tb of storage

Thanks in advance

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idata
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cecipadilla,

 

 

Since your inquiry suggests that your intention is to use the driver on a server, we have SSDs that might be what you are looking for. However, when choosing the SSD, you must consider the amount of data it will handle and the workload. Below you can find some suggestions for SATA II 2.5'' however, they are 6Gb/s. For more detailed information, please access this link: http://ark.intel.com/# @SolidStateDrives http://ark.intel.com/# @SolidStateDrives

 

 

Consumer SSDs Comparison: http://ark.intel.com/compare/86729,86722,86737,86728,86734,86725,86731,86727,86738,89330 Intel® SSD 535 Series - This family does not have 1TB-density drive.

 

 

Professional SSDs Comparison: http://ark.intel.com/compare/81049,86736,81048,86721,81047,86733,91956,81046,86723,81045,86735,81044... Intel® SSD Pro 2500 Series - This family does not have 1TB-density drive.

 

 

http://ark.intel.com/products/94452/Intel-SSD-Pro-5400s-Series-1_0TB-2_5in-SATA-6Gbs-16nm-TLC Intel® SSD Pro 5400s Series (1.0TB, 2.5in SATA 6Gb/s, 16nm, TLC)

 

 

Data Center SSDs:

 

http://ark.intel.com/products/82118/Intel-SSD-DC-S3500-Series-1_2TB-2_5in-SATA-6Gbs-20nm-MLC Intel® SSD DC S3500 Series (1.2TB, 2.5" SATA 6Gb/s 20nm, MLC

 

http://ark.intel.com/products/74938/Intel-SSD-DC-S3500-Series-1_6TB-2_5in-SATA-6Gbs-20nm-MLC Intel® SSD DC S3500 Series (1.6TB, 2.5" SATA 6Gb/s 20nm, MLC

 

 

Additionally, through this link: https://locate.intel.com/ https://locate.intel.com/ you may find an Intel Partner/ Re-seller near you.

 

 

Let us know if these pieces of information helped you.

 

 

Best regards,

 

Aleki
idata
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Thanks for your quick answer,

I have already reviewed information from the different families you have.

I would like to confirm if http://ark.intel.com/products/94452/Intel-SSD-Pro-5400s-Series-1_0TB-2_5in-SATA-6Gbs-16nm-TLC Intel® SSD Pro 5400s Series (1.0TB, 2.5in SATA 6Gb/s, 16nm, TLC) will work on my motherboard with SATA II (3 Gbps) interface. I know that the disk will not work at 6 Gbps but just confirm that I could use these SSD drive

I also reviewed these model (my server can use 2 disks)

Intel 320 Series 2.5" 600GB SATA II MLC Internal Solid State Drive (SSD) SSDSA2CW600G3B5

These drive has SATA II interface but again I would like to confirm that the disk will work with my motherboard.

idata
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cecipadilla,

You are welcome, it is our pleasure to be able to assist you. Now, regarding the Intel® SSD 320 Series (600GB, 2.5in SATA 3Gb/s, 25nm, MLC), this specific product has reached end of life so the support for it is very limited. You can confirm this information here: http://ark.intel.com/products/56569/Intel-SSD-320-Series-600GB-2_5in-SATA-3Gbs-25nm-MLC ark.intel.com - Intel® SSD 320 Series

As we understand, you intend to use the Intel® SSD on a server, perhaps you would like to consider and look at the Intel® Data Center SSDs such as thehttp://ark.intel.com/compare/82934,82933 Intel® SSD DC S3610 Series for example and information only. You are welcome to choose from the link we have informed in our previous interaction.

Important to keep in mind that SATA controllers are backwards compatible and can have a SATA III working on a SATA II but the only difference here is that it will not work as fast.

Please let us know if this clarify your doubts.

Best regards,

 

Aleki
idata
Community Manager
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Hello Cecipadilla,

 

 

We're following up on your thread since we have not heard back from you.

 

 

If you still have any additional questions, please let us know.

 

 

Best regards,

 

Carlos A.
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