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Üzgünüz, Flood yazma yetkiniz yok, Flood girmek için giriş yapmalısınız.

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Somehow these were the cheapest 16TB drives available in Canada. I guess there is less demand for SAS

Somehow these were the cheapest 16TB drives available in Canada. I guess there is less demand for SAS

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  1. I paid $416. Now he called me that i need to pay new price. Even tho I already paid for them. Meaning $1400k more for 24 drives. New price $487

  2. What’s the best way to hookup SAS drives to a consumer motherboard which only has SATA ports? A PCIE expansion card?

  3. I wish I could find 2.5″ sas drives with decent price/size

  4. MK 345 gang!

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    (I hope that KB and mouse is MK345, else imma jump out of my window now)

  5. I find it amusing that the creator of Chia claims that he did it because it’s better for the environment. Perhaps it is from a power-usage point of view, it is. But it’s going to generate a lot more electronic waste. As much as it pains me to say anything in favor of proof-of-work, GPUs formerly used for mining are still useful. But a hard drive or SSD that’s been pushed beyond it’s useful life in a Chia farm is destined for the scrap heap.

  6. Why is everyone in this post talking about some storage-mined CC? I see 0 mentions of it in the photo or the post topic.

  7. There is a zero percent chance ill punishing my raid arrays with Chia.

  8. Bought 6 x 10TB HGST SAS Drives a month ago off a surplus seller on ebay (to build a NAS.) Those drives were ~$130 a piece.

    Same drives are now between $260 – $300.

    This tech supply shock is so lame.

  9. When are those dang currency makers going to come up with a currency known as ‘Power Cords.’ I got so many of those damn things laying around I’d be rich!

  10. Ugh, Right when I’m up against a full server needing another storage upgrade another HDD based crypto takes off.

  11. Hello fellow Canadian! Are you swapping these 16 TB exos with the 4 TB reds in the picture? I would be interested if you are not keeping them since I’m looking to expand my NAS for cheap. I’m in Montreal region if that’s near you.

  12. I think people don’t really understand to get going into Chia is more than just stringing up some hard drives. You need high thread count cpus, you need high endurance ssd’s or nvme drives to have multiple threads going at the same time and you are gonna need so alot of terabytes to even make a few bucks a month.

    Also the simple fact is everyone is blowing money on this and it’s not even being traded yet means nobody has any clue what Chia is going to be worth.

    I was like these people. Wow I have 20 tb sitting around I could make some money with it. I’m good, it’s not worth the gamble.

    You would be better off buying some and making money off the profit of the coins itself.

  13. SAS can’t be used in consumer hardware, so there is less demand for it. Only the major players will bother with SAS for chia.

  14. I wonder if it’s chia related. I’d seen that SAS is not as useful vs sata drives but I don’t understand or know why. I just don’t know much about chia.