They show that the location of the M.2 slot on the motherboard makes a big difference, especially when nearby graphics cards are under load, and they illustrate that U.2 SSDs with similar performance are immune to thermal-induced throttling.
These findings vindicate the decisions we made when implementing PCIe storage on our motherboards.
You just need use one of those internal to external headers. Almost* all consumer level SATA controllers support hot swapping.
They're not SATA controllers if they don't, it's part of the basic SATA spec.* In RAID mode this is much less reliable, since then the controller is free to do what ever the fuck it likes and has no need to comply with AHCI.
The Cyber Serve Atom-102T is a 1U rackmount server configurable with 0x Atom series range of processors.
I have four SATA bays, two with plastic cases for the drives and two without.
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Storage Technology The Cyber Serve Atom-102T supports 2x 2.5" desktop and enterprise-class SATA hard drives, which represents the best cost per GB ratio storage technology.
Originally designed and utilised in mobile applications such as laptops and notebooks, 2.5" hard drives are becoming ever increasingly used in servers due to their lower power consumption and space-saving characteristics.