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USB Solid State Disk?

Luap02
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I have recently acquired a Fujitsu Primergy Rx 200 s5 and I was wondering what the port labeled uSSD was, after some research I came to the conclusion that is has to be some kind of storage device. But I couldn´t find it anywhere for sale and was wondering if anyone here could help me. I have a picture of the port and the page out of the service manuel, I hope anyone can help me.

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It's likely unique to Fujitsu. However, it looks like a standard USB motherboard header. I think this was just a way to expand storage cheaply or have dongles that certain software needs for DRM purposes without having something stick out of the machine. Especially since this is a server and exterior space is a precious commodity.

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that ussd slot looks like a usb header. never heard about ussd before.

 

but i found this :

https://www.ebay.com/itm/INTEL-Z-U130-Internal-USB-Header-SSD-Hard-Drive-2GB-NAND-FLASH-MEMORY-/322054206200

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Your likely to find pretty much ANY usb flash device is faster than that thing.

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