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# 141329 9-Mar-2014 00:57
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Hi all! As per subject, have been accumulating way too much... "stuff" during the summer period, therefore a clear-out is needed!

I am relatively new to the Geekzone forums, however been lurking a while now and some of you have even bought stuff off me via Trade Me before. So if you want a "reference check" of sorts, this is my feedback: "[Obvious website goes here]/Members/Feedback.aspx?member=91550" (couldn't post a direct link, curse of being a newbie) for that peace of mind

This post will be rather verbose as details are always important!


SuperMicro SuperServer 5015B-MR (1U compact half-depth)



Specs:
Intel Xeon E3110 CPU (dual-core 3GHz/6MB L2, LGA 775 45nm "Wolfdale")
Intel 3210 MCH + ICH9R chipset
4GB (4x1GB) DDR2-800 RAM (4x DIMM slots)
8GB SATA SSD + 4GB USB "DoM" SSD
2 x Intel Gigabit Ethernet ports, supports 802.3ad team/bonding.
IPMI module for complete lights-out management via dedicated 10/100Mbps port
ATI ES1000 32MB Graphics
Gigabit Network card (Netgear) installed on riser slot (1 x PCIe x8 or PCI-X 64-bit slot via riser card)
6 x SATA II RAID 0,1,0+1,5 Storage Controller (Intel RAID)
200W 80PLUS PSU

Complete with optional IDE optical drive mount, rail-kit, user manual and other misc. parts.

Perfect as a home-grown router with 3 x GigE interfaces + 1 dedicated IPMI port.

Looking for $100 for this box.

Could upgrade/swap with a 32GB Intel X25-E SLC SSD for an extra $40


SuperMicro SuperServer 6015X-TB (1U full-length)




Specs:
Intel Xeon E5405 CPU (quad-core 2.0GHz/12MB L2/LGA 771) - dual Socket 771
8GB (8x1GB) FB DDR2 ECC RAM (8x DIMM slots)
2 x Intel Gigabit Ethernet ports, supports 802.3ad team/bonding.
ATI ES1000 Graphics
 2 x PCIe x8 slots
2 x PCI-X 64-bit slot
3.5" Hot-swap drive bays (3 pictured but only 2 are connected to backplane/SATA on motherboard)
Intel 5000P/ESB2: RAID 0,1,5,10 support
External SAS SFF-8088 connector installed, supports external SATA-based JBOD/RAID enclosures for up-to 4 drives
2 x 500GB Seagate Barracuda.ES2 7200rpm drives installed
DVD writer

Comes complete with rail mounting kit and accessories.

Looking for $200 for this box.

Could upgrade to dual (2x) Xeon E5420 CPUs (quad-core 2.5GHz/12MB L2) for 8 total cores + 16GB RAM (8x2GB) for an extra $150, which makes this perfect for compute intensive applications of VMs (such as a Hyper-V server).


SuperMicro SuperServer 3U NAS/SAN Server




Specs:
SuperMicro X7DBE Motherboard
Dual (2x) Intel Xeon E5420 CPU (45nm "Harpertown" quad-core/2.5GHz/12MB L2/LGA 771) - 8 physical cores total!
16GB (8x2GB) Kingston FB DDR2 ECC RAM
2 x Intel Gigabit Ethernet ports, supports 802.3ad team/bonding.
IPMI module for lights-out management via dedicated LAN port
ATI ES1000 Graphics
3 x PCIe x8 slots
3 x PCI-X 64-bit slot
16 x 3.5" Hot-swap drive bays - upto 64TB storage (using 4TB HDDs)!
LSI 9650SE-16ML Hardware RAID Card: 0,1,5,6,10,50 , 256MB Cache
32GB Intel X25-E SSD (Ultra-durable 50nm SLC Enterprise NAND, upto 1PB write rated) boot drive
DVD writer

Comes complete with rail mounting kit.

This will make a kick-ass storage server (SAN / NAS, support upto 64TB), or a media server for your home network. Also works excellently as a VM / Hyper-V box with all those CPU cores.

Looking for $650 for this box.


Core 2 Duo Desktops/Workstations




Have 3 of these boxes for sale.

2 with the following specs:



Intel Core 2 Duo E8500 (3.16GHz Dual Core, 6MB L2 Cache)
4GB Dual-Channel DDR2-800 RAM
ASUS P5K/EPU Motherboard (P35 chipset LGA775, supports AMD/ATI CrossFire dual graphics)
NVIDIA GeForce 9600GT 512MB GDDR3 PCIe Video Card (ASUS)
500GB 7200rpm HDD (Seagate Barracuda.ES2 Enterprise)
4GB SLC Flash as ReadyBoost Cache
DVD Multi-Writer
On board GigE (1Gbps) LAN, FireWire, 8-channel HD Audio, USB etc..
ATX Case with 460W PSU

1 with the following specs:



Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 (3.00GHz Dual Core, 6MB L2 Cache)
4GB Dual-Channel DDR2-800 RAM
ASUS P5Q SE/R Motherboard (P45 chipset LGA775, 6x Intel SATA with RAID)
NVIDIA GeForce 9600GT 512MB GDDR3 PCIe Video Card (Gigabyte)
500GB 7200rpm HDD (Seagate Barracuda.ES2 Enterprise)
4GB SLC Flash as ReadyBoost Cache
DVD Multi-Writer
On board GigE (1Gbps) LAN, FireWire, 8-channel HD Audio, USB etc..
ATX Case with 430W PSU

Win 7 Pro currently installed and tested to make sure everything works. Got Genuine Win XP Pro license on the side panel (if you choose to go retro).

These boxes are better graphics and CPU (compute) wise compared with say, a new PB Tech "PB 1400A" box which will set you back ~$450.
If you are after a budget gaming box (should be able to load games from 2-3 years back quite smooth, or even the latest games if you scale the resolution/details back a notch or 2), or one to do work/browse internet with, then this box is perfect for such tasks.

Looking for $200 per each box.

I can also bundle in a Philips 22" LCD (Business-class WSXGA+) with USB keyboard and mouse for an additional $150 per each box to make it a "complete combo" ready to use.


SuperMicro X7DBE Server Motherboard with 16GB (8x2GB) FB DDR2 ECC RAM and 2x Intel Xeon 5130 CPU




Specs:
Dual Intel Socket 771 for Intel Xeon 5000/5100/5200/5300/5400 series dual or quad core CPUs
Extended ATX (E-ATX 12"x13.05") form factor
8x FB DDR2 RAM slots
Intel 5000P (Blackford) chipset
2 x Intel Gigabit Ethernet ports, supports 802.3ad team/bonding.
ATI ES1000 Graphics
3 x PCIe x8 slots
3 x PCI-X 64-bit slot
Intel ESB2 SATA controller, 6 ports, supports RAID 0,1,5,10
ATI ES1000 on-board graphics

16GB (8x2GB) DDR2 ECC FB-DIMM RAM modules included
2 x Intel Xeon 5130 (dual core 2.00GHz/4MB L2/1333MHz FSB) included

Brand new in box with all manuals/cables/accessories, was a production spare which was never used in the end.

Looking for $150 for this lot.

I also have Intel Xeon E5420 (quad-core/2.5GHz/12MB L2) or Xeon X5460 (quad-core/3.16GHz/12MB L2) CPUs available (1 per each) to go with the motherboard instead.


The ideal price that I'm after is listed above, but will also accept any reasonable offers (e.g. if you were to buy more than 1 box/lot).

Items are all located in Auckland, can arranged to be picked up near Penrose (close to where PBTech is) or Sylvia Park shopping centre.
Alternatively I can deliver within the greater Auckland area for a nominal fee to cover for fuel.

I can also send any of the above NZ Wide however for postage cost + small fee to cover for packaging/handling/driving it off to the nearest NZ post/Courier depot.

Thanks! Hope they all find a good home, as they are all still in very good working condition.


[Edits are to clean up the horrible mess of a formatting I made when C&Ping this post over from Notepad. Apparently all the line breaks are gone when I C&P...]

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  # 1001536 9-Mar-2014 00:57
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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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  # 1001551 9-Mar-2014 01:29
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Hi, I will grab the 5105 (and have sent you a PM to the same).

I would LOVE the 3U but need to know how deep the case it.

 
 
 
 


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  # 1001554 9-Mar-2014 04:28
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Would be interested in the 6015X-TB if its not too much trouble for you to send to Christchurch? (The 5015 would have been ideal but was pipped to the punch).

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  # 1001555 9-Mar-2014 07:08
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Im keen on the SuperMicro X7DBE Server Motherboard with 16GB (8x2GB) FB DDR2 ECC RAM and 2x Intel Xeon 5130 CPU.




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  # 1001560 9-Mar-2014 08:33
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If either of the sales fall through I would be very interested in the 5015 or 6015 so let me know of either become available again.




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  # 1001761 9-Mar-2014 16:16
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The 6015X-TB box (1U full-length) is still available, have sent you a PM. Thanks!



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  # 1004587 12-Mar-2014 21:57
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Update

The 6015X-TB 1U server and the SuperMicro X7DBE Server Motherboard package are now both gone.

The 5015 compact server and 3U SAN/NAS boxes are awaiting arrangement for payment and pickup, will advise if they are available again.

All 3 of the desktop boxes are still here, and dropping the price to $160 per box.

 
 
 
 


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  # 1004610 12-Mar-2014 22:09
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If the nas machine becomes available again I would love to grab it.




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  # 1004647 13-Mar-2014 01:55
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I'm interested in all three of the desktops if they're still available?
And you're happy to ship to Whangarei.



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  # 1004665 13-Mar-2014 07:42
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At this stage someone has shown interest in 1 of the desktop but have yet to make payment or get back to me.

So at least 2 of them are still up for grabs.

Have sent you a PM



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  # 1011813 24-Mar-2014 14:47
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Just an update saying that apart from 2 more desktops that have been set aside and pending payment, all of the above items have gone to a good home.

Thanks, should the desktops became available again, will relist them along with other items I might have.

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