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Topic # 115440 26-Mar-2013 10:59
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Incorrectly ordered this part for a server that it wasn't actually compatible with (bad HP documentation / website info) and now HP won't take it back as I have opened the box. (Info has since been updated)

Part# 631922-B21
HP 512MB B-series Dynamic Smart Array Flash Backed Write Cache

Compatible with the following Gen8 HP Servers:
HP Proliant DL160
HP Proliant DL360
HP Proliant DL380
HP Proliant ML350
HP Proliant SL200s

More info here.

If you buy from Ingram Micro or Exeed it will cost you around $375 +gst.
Would like $350 inc GST plus courier for it.
It is brand new in the original box and shipping is from Whangarei.






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  Reply # 787083 26-Mar-2013 10:59
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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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  Reply # 787096 26-Mar-2013 11:17
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CYA: With only a $25 difference in price over buying new, I think you might struggle to move it along.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 787112 26-Mar-2013 11:29
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networkn: CYA: With only a $25 difference in price over buying new, I think you might struggle to move it along.


$81.25 difference :) and it is brand new, can supply an invoice with it so warranty won't start until we sell it.








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  Reply # 841197 21-Jun-2013 18:09
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This is still available, I'll post here if it is sold in the future.






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  Reply # 1401768 7-Oct-2015 14:27
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Just doing a cleanup in my office and found this again.

Still for sale if anyone is interested.

Open to all offers, just want it gone.
No point having this sitting here in its box forever.




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  Reply # 1401771 7-Oct-2015 14:31
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I'm just checking if we might be able to move it on to a customer. I'll PM you shortly. 


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