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Does the Dell PowerEdge R815 server have 15mm high disk caddies?

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We are awaiting delivery of a Dell PowerEdge R815 server and in the meantime want to order some additional 2.5 inch SATA disks that we know are 15mm high. Can anyone confirm that the caddies on a R815 accept 15mm high disks?

We don't have any other R815's so I can't look for myself but we do have C6100 and C6220 servers and these have 15mm caddies so I would have thought the R815 would have been the same. But I just wanted to check before ordering any more disks.

Thanks, Andy
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The server has arrived and yes, it does accept 15mm high hard disks.
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