Re: HP Proliant N36L and SSD
I copy Celegorm. Drives usually don't come with SATA cables. You get plenty when buying a motherboard though. I think i got 4-5 when buying my current mobo. And a SATA cable is a SATA cable. You current should work just fine.
May i ask.. why SSD for a server?
What kind of server is it?
A server is usually powered on all the time? so bootup is properly not the reason. Beside a server just need to take orders from clients. and if the DATA is on a HDD anyway, I doubt that you will have a much faster experience using the server form the clients.
This is ofcause if the server is just sitting there. If you use it often, then it's another ball game.
In that case i understand.
But i would never waste a SSD on say my previously server at work. (we don't have than anymore sense the server has been removed. We now have a central server in another city that i dno't have access to -_-)
It was just sitting there doing what it was setup to do.
MOBO: Asus Maximus 6 Hero - GPU: Gigabyte GTX 980ti xtreme - CPU: I7-4770K - PSU: Corsair AX760
RAM: Corsair Vantage 2x4GB - SSD: Samsung 840 Evo 512GB - Case: NZXT H440