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What is the difference between the WD # WDH1CS10000N and the WDH1U10000N?

In other words, what difference is there in the unit between the CS and the U in the P/N? Please tell me that and.......

Where can I find this kind of info without having to ask you?

Also, those units be configured as two 500GB RAID?

Thank you.......

,,,,,,,Alan

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