Supermicro CacheVault Flash Cache Protection BTR-CV3108-TP1

Supermicro CacheVault Flash Cache Protection, for 2027PR-HC1TR - AOM-TFM-3108 / MCP-120-21707-0N / BTR-0026L-L300099

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Scan code: LN76411 Manufacturer code: BTR-CV3108-TP1 Request call
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Product Overview Supermicro CacheVault Flash Cache Protection
Features CacheVault Flash Cache Protection Kit for: 2027PR-HC1TR - AOM-TFM-3108 + MCP-120-21707-0N + BTR-0026L-L300099
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Supermicro CacheVault Flash Cache Protection BTR-CV3108-TP1
Supermicro CacheVault Flash Cache Protection BTR-CV3108-TP1