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Topic # 113117 7-Jan-2013 10:34
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FS: 4 x HP DL360 G5 Quad Core X5470 3.33Ghz (1 CPU) 2x8GB

As above.

each:

E200i / 64MB RAID0/1/1+0. (No BBWC).
Single PSU.
No disks (did have 2x SAS SFF RAID-1).
No software.
No rails.
No optical.
Racked & covered since new, no marks.

Decommissioned due to scheduled upgrade.
No other components available.

Make an offer for all four.

Can organise free shipping on this to Hawkes Bay, Gisborne, Tauranga, Hamilton, Wellington or places more or less in between these locations.

Currently in Gisborne, but will be in Hawkes Bay in a few days.

Email eahughes at gmail.




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  Reply # 740903 7-Jan-2013 10:42
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Hmmm.

Willing to strip these servers? Could be interested in perhaps a couple of spare PSU and the memory for the Geekzone server...






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  Reply # 740913 7-Jan-2013 10:45
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Kept a bunch of memory and PSUs over from these and other 360's as spares, and to populate other in-service machines.

I'll check and see if any of that is available for sale.

As for these four, I think would only get the okay to strip if I couldn't place them as whole units at a fair price.




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  Reply # 740919 7-Jan-2013 10:46
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Thanks. If you have a couple of spare PSU and some memory I'd be interested to know prices...





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