I have the same question with the following one
HITACHI HDT721010SLA360 1Tb WESTERN DIGITAL WD10EAVS 1Tb SAMSUNG HD103SI 1Tb SEAGATE STM31000528AS 1Tb WESTERN DIGITAL WD10EADS 1Tb SEAGATE ST31000528AS 1Tb SAMSUNG HD154UI 1.5 Tb SEAGATE ST31500541AS 1.5 Tb WESTERN DIGITAL WD15EADS 1.5 Tb SEAGATE ST31500341AS 1.5 Tb SEAGATE ST315005N1D1AS-RK 1.5 Tb HITACHI HDS722020ALA330 2Tb WESTERN DIGITAL WD20EADS 2Tb SEAGATE ST32000542AS 2Tb
The real question is :" Is Intel still supporting this product ?"
The tested hardware list for the Intel® Entry Storage System SS4200-E is now located in the Intel® Server Configurator Tool.
A pre-generated list for compatible Entry Storage System SS4200-E hard disks can be found here:
Sorry symvar, I cut and pasted the wrong link. Here's the Intel® Server Configurator Tool link for SS4200-E compatible hard drives: http://serverconfigurator.intel.com/configure-ap.aspx?id=MTU3NCMx
Do somebody know if Intel's device support the hard disk Samsung F2 EcoGreen 1TB HD103SI ?
I couldn't find an information by following the link above.. Thank you beforehands.
I am running my SS4200-E 24/7 for over a year now on 4 Seagate 1TB 7200RPM 32MB SATA (ST31000528AS) without any issues.
hi i use the ss4200 with 4x WDC WD20EARS-00S8B1 (2TB Drives)
in a short wile i want to upgrade this system with 3tb drives
is it possible to use the new 3 tb drives
i use a debian system
its only one that i need
the BIOS must find the drives
can someone verify that is possible to use 3tb drives on the ss4200 ?
my homesite http://ss4200.homelinux.com/