HP 1TB 6G SAS 7.2K rpm SFF 2.5" SC Midline Hard Drive

BH #HE652749B21 • MFR #652749-B21
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HP 652749-B21 Overview

Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) provides a superior storage solution. With some storage requirements escalating and others becoming more complex, factors such as flexibility, performance, increased reliability, greater density, security, scalability and accessibility are more critical than ever. Today's organizations consist of different kinds of environments. Enterprise data centers must be online 24X7, fulfill requests from numerous users simultaneously, and allow for constant growth and expansion while in operation. Other customer environments require high capacity storage and high data availability for low I/O environments. HP's portfolio of SAS drives meets all these demands.

HP 652749-B21 Specs

Technical Information
Storage Capacity1 TB
Drive Performance
Maximum External Data Transfer Rate768 MB/s (6 Gbit/s)
Spindle Speed (RPM)7200
Average Seek Time8.70 ms
Interfaces/Ports
Drive InterfaceSAS
Drive Interface Standard6Gb/s SAS
SATA Pin7-pin
Physical Characteristics
Drive TypeInternal
Drive Width2.5"
Hot PluggableYes
Height0.6"
Width3"
Depth4.7"
Weight (Approximate)1 lb
Miscellaneous
Compatibility
  • HP ProLiant DL160 Generation8 (Gen8)
  • HP ProLiant DL320e Generation8 (Gen8)
  • HP ProLiant DL360e Generation8 (Gen8)
  • HP ProLiant DL360p Generation8 (Gen8)
  • HP ProLiant DL380e Generation8 (Gen8)
  • HP ProLiant DL380p Generation8 (Gen8)
  • HP ProLiant DL385p Generation8 (Gen8)
  • HP ProLiant DL560 Generation8 (Gen8)
  • HP ProLiant ML310e Generation8 (Gen8)
  • HP ProLiant ML350e Generation8 (Gen8)
  • HP ProLiant ML350p Generation8 (Gen8)
Device SupportedStorage System
Packaging Info
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)5 x 3 x 2"
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