RH2265H V2 hard disk

HDDs are hot-swappable and store data for the RH2265H V2. The RH2265H V2 supports the following hard disk configurations:
? Eight 2.5-inch SAS/SATA HDDs or SSDs
? RH2265H V2 (14 hard disks)
Twelve 3.5-inch SAS and SATA disks, or twelve 2.5-inch SSD or SAS/SATA HDDs at the front, and two rear 2.5-inch SAS/SATA HDDs.
? RH2265H V2 (26 hard disks)
Twenty-four 2.5-inch SAS/SATA HDDs at the front and two 2.5-inch SSDs or SAS/SATA HDDs at the rear

Total storage capacity (8 x 2.5-inch hard disks):
? SAS HDDs: 7.2 TB
? SATA HDDs: 8 TB
? SSDs: 4.8 TB

Total storage capacity (12 x 3.5-inch hard disks at the front + 2 x 2.5-inch hard disks at the rear):
? SAS HDDs: 12.6 TB
? SATA HDDs: 38 TB

Total storage capacity (24 x 3.5-inch hard disks at the front + 2 x 2.5-inch hard disks at the rear):
SAS HDDs: 23.4 TB
SATA HDDs: 26 TB
SSDs: 14.4 TB
Note:
The maximum storage capacity of the server varies depending on the maximum capacity of a single hard disk.

Supports mix use of SSDs and SAS/SATA HDDs.
The server supports RAID 0, 1, 10, 5, 50, 6, and 60. It supports iBBU protection, RAID state migration, RAID configuration memory, self-diagnosis, and web-based configuration.

The mainboard can be configured with a SAS card or SAS RAID controller card (with a maximum of 1 GB cache) to improve hard disk storage performance and ensure user data security.

The RAID controller card does not occupy a standard PCIe slot, which improves system scalability.
Note:
? To use DVD-ROM drive on the RH2265H V2 (8 hard disks), set HDC Configure As to IDE in the BIOS.
? When SoftRAID is adopted, the RH2265H V2 supports only six hard disks. To enable the server to support more than six hard disks, install a RAID controller card and connect SAS cables. After that, the server can support up to eight hard disks.

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