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Using an SSD in a BCM 50/450

Using an SSD in a BCM 50/450

Using an SSD in a BCM 50/450

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Has anyone used an SSD instead of a hard drive in either a BCM50 or 450? If so can you advise what type you used. I understand that not all makes and types will work.

RE: Using an SSD in a BCM 50/450

Yes some do.

Click on Search up top and type in SSD Drive
and
Click on FAQ and look near the bottom

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RE: Using an SSD in a BCM 50/450

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Thanks curlycord, very helpful

RE: Using an SSD in a BCM 50/450

I think Firebird means page 5 where it indicates a model # of SSD with bracket.

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RE: Using an SSD in a BCM 50/450

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Got it thanks. How long ago is it that you posted your guide Firebird? I have a customer who wants SSDs in the BCMs we supply so i need to find one that is both current and will work.

RE: Using an SSD in a BCM 50/450

From late 2015

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RE: Using an SSD in a BCM 50/450

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Thanks for the help from both of you. In the end I couldn't easily get hold of the SSD mentioned in Firebird's note, however, the company I use for hard drives also stocks SSDs and they suggested an alternative - this one - SSDSC2BB160G4 INTEL 160GB SATA 6G 7MM SSD. I had one delivered yesterday and am happy to say it works fine. The good thing is, it didn't cost much more than a hard drive (it is refurbished) so it is a really good alternative.

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