Using Consumer SSD in SAN

Hello All,

I Recently purchased a sweet SuperMicro server, and will be using this as our new SAN.

Was thinking about throwing 8x "Samsung 850 EVO MZ-75E2T0B 2TB SATA 2.5" SSD " in a raid 10 on the LSI (3108) controller.

for 4TB of high speed SSD storage.

Should I be concerned with using this particular consumer drive?
JAntkillerAsked:
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lruiz52Commented:
Sounds good, I would just make sure that you get a few extra just invade of failure. I'm thinking of setting up a high performance SSD San too, check the link below.

https://smcleod.net/building-a-high-performance-ssd-san/
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Really the only comment I get is a someone plugging their thread....Darn.
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