[clug] [OT] Who sets the standards for Disk Drive form factors? The 'SFF Committee'
sjenkin at canb.auug.org.au
Fri Dec 9 21:45:04 MST 2011
I've been digging through the InterWebs for a while, trying to find a
definitive reference for the sizes of disk drives. [2.5" can be 7mm-19mm
thick, 9.5mm now common in laptops, 15mm for servers, IIRC]
There is an Industry Standards organisation for issue the Specs and
allow free download access:
I'd expect SFF = Small Form Factor.
And if you care, this is the base spec for 2.5" drives.
[the series begin 82..]
Just so you know :-)
And anyone looking to answer the same question might find this...
Steve Jenkin, Info Tech, Systems and Design Specialist.
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