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Enterprise SAS SSD upgrade

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#1 xrobwx


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Posted 26 June 2018 - 04:28 PM

I am looking at upgrading my HHD's to SSD's on my work Server. It's a Dell T320 with a PERC H310 RAID controller. The current HDD's are 2 Cheetah's 15K 600GB in RAID 1. I want to replace these with Enterprise SAS SDD's. Does anyone have any experience with this? Any negatives? Will this reduce lag to the clients? 


This Windows Server 2008 R2 runs our Point of Sale software with SQL as it's database, with 3 thin clients connected. I have an image of the RAID on a third internal HDD, I have another image on an external USB drive, The image on the internal HDD is uploaded to a Synology DS718+ NAS in RAID 1 at my home.


Thanks, just looking for thoughts, opinions, experiences.




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