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What additional components are required to install HP  8SFF CAGE 380G6/G7 Kit  , Part No. 516914-B21?

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We have dl380g7 Server with default 8 Bay for SAS HDD , HP Smart Array P410i/256  Memory Controller . We want to install additional 8 SFF CAGE in server . Pl. guide what additional components like SAS Cables or controllers required .
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It comes with the long cables needed to connect it to a controller. If you use a second RAID controller nothing else is needed, if you want to have both cages on a single controller you'll need SAS expander (468406-B21) you shouldn't need 8" Mini SAS to Mini SAS cables (496012-B21) if connecting to a P410i.
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