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    Recommended 2.5 to 3.5 bay

    I tried ICY DOCK with no luck for a SuperMicro server.

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    Join Date
    Nov 2006
    Pune, India
    Quote Originally Posted by Duze View Post
    I tried ICY DOCK with no luck for a SuperMicro server.
    I am using IcyDock for SuperMicro 813MTQ-350CB chassis . Purchased 4 of these -

    to use with 4 of these -
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    I should mention that I have a SuperMicro chassis that houses an X7DBU, and that I bought

    I read that it is known to have problems.

  4. #4
    What is the reason to use IcyDock when you can buy a cheaper official Supermicro adapter?

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    from $12 on Google Shopping

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    Well it turns out I am returning the two SuperMicro servers in favor of a Dell Poweredge.

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