Non IBM harddiscs in an IBM server Tags: Hard Drives IBM Servers Storage Last response: June 8, 2010 12:19 PM in Storage Share Mku1 June 8, 2010 11:35:37 AM Hello, Is there a problem to add non IBM harddiscs in an IBM server? What needs to be considered? More about : ibm harddiscs ibm server gtvr a b G Storage June 8, 2010 12:19:17 PM Should be no problem at all. Drives meet certain standards - size, power requirements, interface (SCSI, SATA, etc). As long as those requirements are met you should be fine. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumTool to inspect the SMART infos of USB harddiscs (not only.. ForumIBM x236, 2x PCIe x4, which graphic card do I choose, what about SLI & Cross ForumDo you think Apple will ever use IBM Power Processors for Workstations ForumIBM X235 MOBO upgrade? ForumAMD- IBM merger or out right buyout around the corner? ForumIBM and partners including AMD first to 22nm ForumIBM Power6 hits 4.5Ghz Stock!! ForumComing 5Ghz+ IBM processors ForumIBM ChipKill(tm) - How cool is this ? Forum" IBM To Shatter Moore’s Law With 300GHz CPU" ForumIBM Server Auto Boot Fails ForumNew IBM chip breaks barriers to double speed ForumF*CK IBM LENOVO OR W/E ITS NAME IS! ForumBlue Screen of Death after Update rollup 1 for SP 4 on IBM .. ForumDC Opteron spanks IBM Hurricane Xeon ForumIBM Hurricane chipset leads x86 tpmc 4-way ForumSSD swap for Avatar 145A2 Ultrabook? ForumWhy can't detect new hard disk on HP Proliant ML150 G6 server ? ForumSAS Hard Drive Wipe on a Server ForumLooking at the OCZ SSD's for a Web Server, any opinions More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !