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#131083 8-Oct-2013 12:59
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I have a barely-used hp microserver N54L box that i'm selling cause i want to upgrade it to the new gen8 model.  It has 8GB RAM installed, but wont come with any hard disks.

This is the model/sku: http://www.pbtech.co.nz/index.php?z=p&p=SVRHSV2339527&name=HP-ProLiant-MicroServer-AMD-N54L-2.2GHz--2GB-(1x-2 (but the HDD is gone, and there is 8gb ram)

I'm looking for $350, based in auckland (greenlane).




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  #909807 8-Oct-2013 12:59
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Hey, have you listed a price, location and how much shipping would be to other parts of New Zealand? Also if you are asking for a PM make sure your Privacy settings allow your account to receive PM otherwise people can't contact you.




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  #909834 8-Oct-2013 13:23
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No wonder you kept the hard drive, on the PB site its specified as 250TB :)

Thats a nice little box btw.

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  #909873 8-Oct-2013 14:01
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kiwitrc: No wonder you kept the hard drive, on the PB site its specified as 250TB :)

Thats a nice little box btw.


LOL. never noticed that..... i actually ripped the standard one out and dropped 4x WD Red 3.0TB drives in instead.  The only reason i'm not including the 250GB one is that i havent a clue where its gone :)






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  #909875 8-Oct-2013 14:03
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Tempting but I think I'm gonna buy a Gen 8 too

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  #909936 8-Oct-2013 15:53
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didn't last long at that price... SOLD :-]




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  #920452 23-Oct-2013 15:40
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Just wanted to say another thank you to Regs.

You went the extra mile, and i really appreciate it.

I have the server loaded up with Server 2012 now (wanted to play with storage pools!) and have loaded some of my collection onto it.

The box is performing perfectly. Thanks again!

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