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Topic # 112765 19-Dec-2012 17:03
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Hey,

I've got a brand new HP ML350e Tower server for sale.
I started receiving the parts and building the system but the customer cancelled the order before all the bits had arrived so I was able to cancel those back orders with my supplier.

Base Specs:
- HP Proliant ML350e Gen8 Tower Server
- Intel Xeon E5-2407- Quad Core 2.2GHz 
- 4GB PC3L-10600E Unbuffered Memory
- 1GB Ethernet 2 Port 361i Server Adapter
- HP Dynamic Smart Array B120i 512MB FBWC Controller, Up to 4 Hot Plug SATA LFF Drives
- 460W Non Hot Plug Power Supply
- DVD-ROM
- USB Keyboard & Mouse
- Warranty - 3 Years on parts, 1 year labour, 1 year onsite

This is a big server and can take up to 8 LFF hard drives plus a 2nd CPU. (With the appropriate controllers and other extras required)

Extras added:
- 4GB PC3L-10600E Unbuffered Memory (Makes 8GB total RAM)
- HP ROK MS SBS 2011 Standard OEM with 5 CALs

There are no hard drives in the system and it could do with some more RAM but I think SBS2011 will install on 8GB fine.

All the above cost me $3580 inc GST in total.

Will let the lot go for $2800 ono.




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  Reply # 735100 19-Dec-2012 18:07
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I can vouch those numbers are accurate and that is a great deal.



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  Reply # 735344 20-Dec-2012 10:29
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networkn: I can vouch those numbers are accurate and that is a great deal.


Thanks networkn! Money Mouth




 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 739673 3-Jan-2013 12:14
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Just bumping this for the start the new year and people going back to work may be looking for a new server.






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  Reply # 746265 17-Jan-2013 11:49
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I'll leave this for about another week and then it's going on TradeMe.






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  Reply # 755726 4-Feb-2013 18:46
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Updated price on Trademe - Now only $2,500!
Need this gone as it is taking up space in my office. :)




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