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# 143472 16-Apr-2014 09:05
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Morning Everyone

Got 2 X 32GB SSD Hdd ( Intel 3gb/s Sata SSD ) available, they came with my servers but never used them.
Please try take both, i have no use for either of them.

Offers?

Thanks.




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  # 1025973 16-Apr-2014 09:05
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Hey, have you listed a price, location and how much shipping would be to other parts of New Zealand? Also if you are asking for a PM make sure your Privacy settings allow your account to receive PM otherwise people can't contact you. Also note if you are selling something we ask you to offer to other members first. Links to private sales (including Trade Me posts) aren't accepted anymore and will be removed.




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  # 1025993 16-Apr-2014 09:07
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Enterprise SSD's or just standard ones?
Might be keen on a little raid 0 boot drive.
Yes for those who hated on my Primecoin mining. RAID 0...

 
 
 
 




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  # 1025994 16-Apr-2014 09:09
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TimA: Enterprise SSD's or just standard ones?
Might be keen on a little raid 0 boot drive.
Yes for those who hated on my Primecoin mining. RAID 0...


honestly, have no idea??? would the serial number help?




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  # 1025997 16-Apr-2014 09:15
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TimA: Enterprise SSD's or just standard ones?
Might be keen on a little raid 0 boot drive.
Yes for those who hated on my Primecoin mining. RAID 0...


I was thinking about building a raid 0 boot drive at one stage but after a little research figured it is probably not worthwhile.


Here is my reference...

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/ssd-raid-benchmark,3485.html

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  # 1025999 16-Apr-2014 09:17
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BinaryLimited: Morning Everyone

Got 2 X 32GB SSD Hdd ( Intel 3gb/s Sata SSD ) available, they came with my servers but never used them.
Please try take both, i have no use for either of them.

Offers?

Thanks.


Where are you based?



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  # 1026003 16-Apr-2014 09:26
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Jaxson:
BinaryLimited: Morning Everyone

Got 2 X 32GB SSD Hdd ( Intel 3gb/s Sata SSD ) available, they came with my servers but never used them.
Please try take both, i have no use for either of them.

Offers?

Thanks.


Where are you based?


Auckland, Flat Bush




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  # 1026021 16-Apr-2014 10:19
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I believe I was the original seller of said server boxes (I could be wrong tho).

In which case, they are the very trusty Intel X25-E Enterprise SLC SSD
http://ark.intel.com/products/56595/Intel-SSD-X25-E-Series-32GB-2_5in-SATA-3Gbs-50nm-SLC
http://download.intel.com/design/flash/nand/extreme/extreme-sata-ssd-product-brief.pdf

50nm SLC NAND, with a whopping 100000 W/E cycles!
Compare that to your current 20nm classed MLC with 3000 or Samsung's TLC which is rated for even less (1000 is the unofficial figure).

They are zippy little drives, I actually run a pair in RAID-0 in a backup file server myself.

 
 
 
 


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  # 1026025 16-Apr-2014 10:23
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How much for both?



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  # 1026026 16-Apr-2014 10:25
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Kamadan: I believe I was the original seller of said server boxes (I could be wrong tho).

In which case, they are the very trusty Intel X25-E Enterprise SLC SSD
http://ark.intel.com/products/56595/Intel-SSD-X25-E-Series-32GB-2_5in-SATA-3Gbs-50nm-SLC
http://download.intel.com/design/flash/nand/extreme/extreme-sata-ssd-product-brief.pdf

50nm SLC NAND, with a whopping 100000 W/E cycles!
Compare that to your current 20nm classed MLC with 3000 or Samsung's TLC which is rated for even less (1000 is the unofficial figure).

They are zippy little drives, I actually run a pair in RAID-0 in a backup file server myself.


aaah yes, recognize the cat! :)
servers have done me well!

got any more?




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  # 1026041 16-Apr-2014 10:41
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aaah yes, recognize the cat! :)
servers have done me well!

got any more?


I just offloaded another one on here a couple of weeks ago, I *might* have a few more pending your usual decommission/scrubbing procedures but probably not till sometime next month.

Can send you a PM if you're still after some.



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  # 1026054 16-Apr-2014 11:08
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  # 1026065 16-Apr-2014 11:18
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Keen also.  How much?

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  # 1026169 16-Apr-2014 12:48
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Kamadan:

aaah yes, recognize the cat! :)
servers have done me well!

got any more?


I just offloaded another one on here a couple of weeks ago, I *might* have a few more pending your usual decommission/scrubbing procedures but probably not till sometime next month.

Can send you a PM if you're still after some.


That would be the one sitting at my place :-)

These are great servers, and the SSD's are fantastic.

PM sent too!



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  # 1028013 20-Apr-2014 02:55
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How much do you want for them plus shipping to Christchurch?

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