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Chagarlamudi
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Dose Z820 support SAS SSD?

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Dose Z820 support SAS SSD drives?

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the guides for both systems give the LSI controller speeds the Intel "SCU" speeds and the std Intel sata ports 

 

page 5 (interfaces supported) HP z820 "QuickSpecs"

 

https://www8.hp.com/h20195/v2/getpdf.aspx/c04111526.pdf

 

z800 LSI is sata 3GBps SAS 6GBps

 

z820 is sata "SCU" ports 3GBps and the 2 Intel native ports 6GBps   LSI is sata 3GBps SAS 6GBps

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yes the z820/z800 both have motherboards with a LSI (ROC) Raid On Chip which supports SAS/SATA

 

please read the HP user manual for more information

 

the LSI ports are the ones at the bottom of the motherboard

 

please see this previous post for more information:

 

How to use sas hard drives in hp z800

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Thanks for the quick reply, I have gone through these guides, but SAS SSD drives throughput is 12Gb/s so asking if this motherboard is capable of transferring such speeds.

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the guides for both systems give the LSI controller speeds the Intel "SCU" speeds and the std Intel sata ports 

 

page 5 (interfaces supported) HP z820 "QuickSpecs"

 

https://www8.hp.com/h20195/v2/getpdf.aspx/c04111526.pdf

 

z800 LSI is sata 3GBps SAS 6GBps

 

z820 is sata "SCU" ports 3GBps and the 2 Intel native ports 6GBps   LSI is sata 3GBps SAS 6GBps

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