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SER5 5800H 4TB SATA SSD support question

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Post time 2023-10-13 21:39:22 | Show all posts
This is always formatted answer. Did you really read my two last post ? I've made them with love in mind....
Could you make the same? Make an effort please...

Motherboard limitation? How ? An intentional bios limitation so ?

Why some users on reddit report that they are running with 8TB in their SER5?
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Post time 2023-10-14 10:14:13 | Show all posts
jccchin2006 replied at 2023-08-26 03:12
I have lost my windows 11 pro product after a drive reformat.

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pls send us the sn code on the bottom of the machine, then we could send you a key accordingly. thanks
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Post time 2023-12-06 10:33:48 | Show all posts
Edited by AFW at 2023-12-13 10:06

SSD limited to 2TB???  Oh dear.    My 5800H is being delivered tomorrow, along with a 4TB 7mm SSD. It's the whole reason I bought this little box.  What a disappointment. That's 600 bucks down the tube, dammit.

Update on 12 Dec 2023 (5 days later): Well, I decided to try the 4TB Samsung SSD anyway.  So far it works without issue.  I haven't set anything special in the BIOS, and power settings are factory default.  What a relief!
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Post time 2023-12-08 11:05:19 | Show all posts
AFW replied at 2023-12-06 10:33
SSD limited to 2TB???  Oh dear.    My 5800H is being delivered tomorrow, along with a 4TB 7 ...

Hi,

I ordered the SER 5 max 5800h a few days ago and I installed a 4 TB SATA SSD and 64 GB or RAM with no issue at all. I didn't swap the NVMe SSD yet but I probably will eventually.

I don't think there is any hardware limitation at all, but I can't know for sure yet.
4 TB NVMe SSDs are still a bit expensive so I'm not in a hurry to try for now.

4 TB SATA SSD

4 TB SATA SSD
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Post time 2023-12-13 10:08:43 | Show all posts
RotoGluOn replied at 2023-12-08 11:05
Hi,

I ordered the SER 5 max 5800h a few days ago and I installed a 4 TB SATA SSD and 64 GB or RAM ...

Thanks RotoGluOn.  Your post is most reassuring. I've updated mine to say that all seems to be fine with the 4TB SSD.  It's a huge relief.
I agree - the 4TB NVMe is just too pricey for this little box.
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