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HP ProLiant BL490c G7 Enterprise SSDs

HP ProLiant BL490c G7 Enterprise SSD Upgrades

Improve the performance and capacity of your HP ProLiant BL490c G7 Server with an Enterprise SSD upgrade. Switching to a Solid State Drive is one of the best ways to improve the speed of your HP server. SSDs allow for shorter boot times, faster data transfers, and higher bandwidth. All of these perks, bring a major advantage into enterprise environments.

We have Used and New Enterprise SSDs in stock for your HP ProLiant BL490c G7 server. If you have any questions, please reach out to Sales@CloudNinjas.com.
Please note, that all SSDs are compatible with HP systems, but are not HP branded!

HP ProLiant BL490c G7 Solid State Drive Quick Specs

  • Types: SATA
  • Speeds: 3GB/s.
  • Max SATA speed: 3GB/s.
  • Sizes: 60GB to 7.68TB.
  • Max Capacity: 15.36TB
    2x7.68TB.

Contact Cloud Ninjas today to help compare your options
View the HP ProLiant BL490c G7 Technical Guide.

HP ProLiant BL490c G7 SSD Configuration Guide

HP ProLiant BL490c G7 SSD Config The BL490c G7 is a Dual Intel Processor blade server with possibilities for 2x2.5" SATA Solid State Drives. The HP ProLiant BL490c G7 supports 1 type of SSDs: SATA SSDs, which can range from sizes 60 GB to 7.68TB at speeds of 3GB/s. Maximum capacity the HP ProLiant BL490c G7 can offer physically is 2x7.68B SSDs with 3GB/s SATA drives. Not advisable to mix the types of memories as the server will run inconsistent due to SSD drive speeds. If you want to maximize the capabilities of the HP BL490c G7, choose one type of Solid State Drives to maintain consistency when running your blade server.

Cloud Ninjas offers a variety of SSD types that work perfectly with the HP ProLiant BL490c G7 server, select your preferred storage type and size from our page in the list of products below.Size truly depends on your application and size of data you the consumer store and use daily. Even though technical guide only mentions max drives of 60GB and 7.68TB there is possibility for higher capacities.
Contact our ninjas if you need any help picking out your SSD upgrade.










HP ProLiant BL490c G7 Enterprise SSDs

HP ProLiant BL490c G7 Enterprise SSD Upgrades

Improve the performance and capacity of your HP ProLiant BL490c G7 Server with an Enterprise SSD upgrade. Switching to a Solid State Drive is one of the best ways to improve the speed of your HP server. SSDs allow for shorter boot times, faster data transfers, and higher bandwidth. All of these perks, bring a major advantage into enterprise environments.

We have Used and New Enterprise SSDs in stock for your HP ProLiant BL490c G7 server. If you have any questions, please reach out to Sales@CloudNinjas.com.
Please note, that all SSDs are compatible with HP systems, but are not HP branded!

HP ProLiant BL490c G7 Solid State Drive Quick Specs

  • Types: SATA
  • Speeds: 3GB/s.
  • Max SATA speed: 3GB/s.
  • Sizes: 60GB to 7.68TB.
  • Max Capacity: 15.36TB
    2x7.68TB.

Contact Cloud Ninjas today to help compare your options
View the HP ProLiant BL490c G7 Technical Guide.

HP ProLiant BL490c G7 SSD Configuration Guide

HP ProLiant BL490c G7 SSD Config The BL490c G7 is a Dual Intel Processor blade server with possibilities for 2x2.5" SATA Solid State Drives. The HP ProLiant BL490c G7 supports 1 type of SSDs: SATA SSDs, which can range from sizes 60 GB to 7.68TB at speeds of 3GB/s. Maximum capacity the HP ProLiant BL490c G7 can offer physically is 2x7.68B SSDs with 3GB/s SATA drives. Not advisable to mix the types of memories as the server will run inconsistent due to SSD drive speeds. If you want to maximize the capabilities of the HP BL490c G7, choose one type of Solid State Drives to maintain consistency when running your blade server.

Cloud Ninjas offers a variety of SSD types that work perfectly with the HP ProLiant BL490c G7 server, select your preferred storage type and size from our page in the list of products below.Size truly depends on your application and size of data you the consumer store and use daily. Even though technical guide only mentions max drives of 60GB and 7.68TB there is possibility for higher capacities.
Contact our ninjas if you need any help picking out your SSD upgrade.