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# 137939 13-Dec-2013 19:34
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Got an old HP ML350 G5 server that I have been using as a test machine:

- Quad Core Xeon @ 1.6GHz
- 2x 72GB 2.5" 10k SAS Drives
- 6x 146GB 2.5" 10k SAS Drives
- No operating system or COA
- Dual redundant Power supplies but one has failed
- E200i RAID Card with 128MB Cache RAM - Battery is flat and needs to be replaced.
- 3x Gigabit Ethernet Ports plus iLO2 port

HDDs are currently configured as a RAID1 for the 2x72GB and RAID5 for the 6x146GB.
Server ran well as an SQL server.

Server is about 6 years old but the 146GB drives are only about 2.5 years old. (May 2011)

Probably the most valuable thing in this server is the 146GB hard drives as these are still around $250 +gst each to buy new.
Happy to sell them separately if the whole server doesn't sell.

Prefer pick up from our shop in Whangarei as this thing is pretty heavy.

Edit:  So this sale has changed to a faulty ML350 server and working SAS hard drives :)

I've just been have a closer look inside the case and there are a lot of bulging caps so this thing is probably about to die so selling it as a faulty unit now.
You are really just buying this for the SAS drives.
Up to you if you want the whole server shipped or just the drives.


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  # 951854 13-Dec-2013 19:34
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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. Also note if you are selling something we ask you to offer to other members first. Links to private sales (including Trade Me posts) aren't accepted anymore and will be removed.

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