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Supermicro's SC826 chassis maximizes the storage capacity of a 2U form factor by offering 12 hot-swap hard drive bays for extra storage.
Supermicro's SC826 chassis maximizes the storage capacity of a 2U form factor by offering 12 hot-swap hard drive bays for extra storage. The chassis design optimizes every aspect of interior space without compromising superior cooling. It is also equipped with a redundant 740W, 920W and 1280W Platinum Level(95%) high efficiency power supply for superb power savings. 1200W chassis models come with palletized package designed to protect system during the shipping. SC826 with SAS3 support is the ideal storage chassis for limited rack space constrain.
12-port 2U SAS3 12Gbps hybrid backplane
Support up to 8 x 3.5-inch SAS3/SATA3 HDD/SSD and 4 x SAS3/SATA3/NVMe Storage Devices
Power On/Off button
System Reset button
80 Plus Platinum
8 x SAS3 12Gbps and 4 x Hybrid (NVMe/SAS3) 3.5" HDD
12 x 3.5" Hot-swap drive bays
Optional 2 x 2.5" hot-swap drive bay
7 x low-profile expansion slots
2U chassis support max. motherboard size - ATX 12" x 10", E-ATX 12" x 13", EE-ATX 13" x 13.68"
Support up to ATX 12"x13" MB with rear 2.5" HDD option installed
2 x Network activity LEDs
Fan Fail/System Over Heat LED
HDD activity LED
Power status LED
Unit ID LED
Supports dual, single Intel / AMD processors
3 x 8cm high-performance PWM fan(s)
Optional 5 x 6cm 4pin high performance fan(s)
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