DS380
  • Supports 12 total drives with 8 hot-swappable 3.5” or 2.5” SAS/SATA and 4 fixed 2.5” drives
  • Unbelievable storage space and versatility for small form factor
  • Premium brushed aluminum front door
  • Supports graphics card up to 11” with supporter design from TJ08-E
  • Lockable power button design and adjustable LED from GD07
  • Includes three 120mm fans with filtered intake vents
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Product Specifications
Model No.
SST-DS380
Motherboard
Material
Aluminum front door, SECC body
Drive Bay
External
  • 3.5” SAS**/ SATA hot-swap x 8 (2.5” compatible)
Internal
  • 2.5” (5 ~ 9.5mm) x 1 + 2.5" (12.5mm) x 1 + 2.5” (15mm) x 2
Power Supply
SFX, SFX-L PSU (sold separately)
Cooling system
Rear
  • 1 x 120mm 1200rpm 22dBA
Side
  • Left - 2 x 120mm 1200rpm 22dBA
Limitation of CPU cooler
57mm
Expansion card
*Compatible up to 11" (279mm) long, width restriction-4.38" (111mm)
Expansion Slot
2
Front I/O Port
USB 3.0 x 2

audio x 1

MIC x 1
Dimension
211mm (W) x 285mm (H) x 360mm (D), 21.6 liters
Extra
Kensington lock
* Installation of expansion card up to maximum size will occupy one hot-swap bay space, please refer user manual for more information.
** Mini-SAS HD (SFF8643) to SATA 7 pin cable and 12 Gbit/s SAS HD card required for 12 Gbit/s performance (i.e. SilverStone CPS05 & ECS05)
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v2.0
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Q & A
The connection between the backplane and the motherboard or the host control card is only a SATA data transmission cable. This cable does not contain the control signal of the LED. Therefore, in the definition of SATA HDD, SATA Power Pin11 is reserved for the staggered spinup/activity indication of the HDD. The HDD backplane of any NAS or server chassis is based on this specification as the indicator light of the HDD.
If your HDD tray cannot display this LED light, we recommend to check with HDD manufacturer if your HDD has a reserved LED signal that can be driven by SATA power pin11.
They provide additional power stability for hot-swapping hard drives.