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Just buy any such card that has Linux compatibility mentioned in reviews. Both regular and low-profile cards will fit physically in this particular server.


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USB4 Hubs From Now On While a few pure USB-C hubs had been available before, the advent of USB4 made the USB-C port mandatory. Therefore any USB4 hub will have multiple USB-C ports. USB Naming Confusion The decision to make USB-C port mandatory in the USB4 spec had the potential to reduce the USB-C confusion somewhat. But the USB4 spec also makes Thunderbolt ...


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That device won't work on 3.5" HDD drives because USB-A doesn't have the 12v rail those drives need. USB-C has various ways of delivering higher power, but not USB-A. The solution is an external power supply or something with USB-C with a PD specification.


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This is the only one I found, and its for old SATA and is from a dutch shop: https://www.dennisdeal.com/products/usb-2-0-naar-sata-ide-data-hard-drive-cable-voor-hdd-power-converter-adapter_1105778


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In theory, it doesnt matter, choose the one you think looks best


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