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HP Proliant HDD replacement

Posted on 2014-09-11
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I'm looking into replacing 2 out of 5 HD for a Proliant ML310e Gen7 server and the info out there is not clear enough if I can replace with newer hard drives.

Here are the specs:
10k SAS 300GB 653955

replaced with
10 SAS 300GB 652564

...or any other drive that would work with the current ones. Those two look similar but I'm not 100% sure.

Thank you!
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Question by:Alan Dala
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by:Neil Russell
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Yes you can replace with those.
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by:John Hurst
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They are the same size and so I think they should work fine. I have replaced Dell drives with IBM replacements (same size) and the replacement works fine (still today).
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convergint earned 167 total points
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Those are technically the wrong drives  The part numbers you gave are for Gen8 servers and you stated that you have a Gen7 server.  

However, you can pull the Gen8 drives out of the caddy and install them into the Gen7 caddy and it will be fine.
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by:Alan Dala
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Yikes, I meant Gen8. Sorry...
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by:andyalder
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They are identical, you've missed the -B21 off the end of the one that is the sales part no and the -001 off the end of the one that is the spare part number. The only difference is the cardboard box they come in.

EG0300FBDBR
Dual-Port SAS
      
597609-001
      
HPD7
      
652564-B21
      
653955-001
      
HP 300GB 6G SAS 10K-rpm SFF (2.5-inch) SmartDrive Carrier (SC) Enterprise Hard Drive
      
Yes
      
No
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