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Scorpion Deluxe PCI-E Power 9 months 6 days ago #2113

  • marcodg
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Hello,
I have ordered 2 scorpion deluxe PCI-E of 480GB each 10 days ago.
Still memorydepot didn't receive them from Mushkin.. so I am waiting 1 more week to see if they have an update.
If you know something about their availability that I don't know let me know.

In the mean time I also read about the requirement of additional power cable that I wasn't aware of.
This I don't find it stated in the mushkin site. :dry: Also I don't find any place where I could download a manual with more detailed specifications. could you point it to me?

So to the problem. I need to install the 2 cards in those 2 servers:
1- a HP ProLiant DL360 Generation 5
h18004.www1.hp.com/products/quickspecs/12476_na/12476_na.pdf
2- A SuperMicro server:
www.rackservers.com/Configurator.aspx?S=1422
witch has this chassis:
www.supermicro.com/products/chassis/1U/116/SC116TQ-R700W.cfm

Will I be able to do it considering the power cable required?
What do I need to buy?

This is a similar thread to:
poweredbymushkin.com/index.php/forum/gen...ie-x8-ssd-power.html

But since they are different servers I don't know if that answer apply...
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Scorpion Deluxe PCI-E Power 9 months 6 days ago #2114

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Hi,

I don't have an exact ETA on when more of the Scorpion Deluxes will be shipping.

For a power cable you need a 15 pin SATA power connector, depending on the exact configuration of the server if may be possible to use a splitter if the system does not have a SATA power cable. Like if the CD/DVD drive uses SATA power you could use a splitter there.
or you could get that SAS to SATA adapter that was used in the other thread.
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