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# 214650 22-May-2017 20:28
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I have one HP DL380 G7 server used as ESX host

 

Configuration

 

HP DL380 G7
VMware ESXi
2 x Intel Xenon 3.4Ghz CPU
11GB Memory

 

 

 

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I have various memory sticks as per pics.

 

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SAS Hard disks as well various types. Just ask. 

 

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Not sure what they are worth, please PM me with any offer of interest and I will check and advise. 

 

I believe the Server was worth around 1k. But open to offers. It was used as a ESX host and possibly still under warranty but might run out by end of this year. 


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  # 1786288 22-May-2017 23:11
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It's hard to know.. TradeMe listings for servers are usually totally devoid from reality, and most people who want them for home get them cheap/free via employers or other friends in IT.





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  # 1792067 30-May-2017 23:22
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I am keen to swap this or any parts with a standard i7 desktop with ssd and monitors.

 
 
 
 


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  # 1792071 31-May-2017 00:18
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maxeon: I am keen to swap this or any parts with a standard i7 desktop with ssd and monitors.

 

I think you are really going to be struggling with that, much higher demand for I7 desktops with SSD's than there is for used servers. 

 

As I muttered before, TM prices are often stupidly high (e.g. Anything by MikiPro etc), but here's a few auctions I've had an eye on that didn't go for stupid money.

 

12 Cores, 32GB RAM, 5x 72-146gb SAS drives, two of them went for just over $200 each. Auction 1 Auction 2

 

8 Cores, 32GB RAM, 4x 600gb SAS drives, went for just over $200 Auction 3

 

24 Cores, 192Gb RAM, 2x 146gb and 2x 300gb SAS drives, went for $900. Auction 4

 

In unrelated news, if you still want to flog off the SAS drive's cheap, PM me a list of what you have. 

 

 





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  # 1810772 3-Jul-2017 11:03
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An update on this. I have realised it has better configuration than the Original post (Cannot edit now). 

 

Configuration 

HP ProLiant DL380 G7 
VMware ESXi 5.5.0 (VMKernel Release Build 3116895) 
2 x Intel Xenon X5650 @ 2.67Ghz CPU - Hyperthreading 
272GB Memory 

6x 72GB SAS SSD 
2x 36GB SAS SSD 

I have more memory if you want to add more. 
Comes with SSD Drives as shown in pics. 

 

Offers PM me. I am in Manuaku area. 


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  # 1810822 3-Jul-2017 11:56
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sonyxperiageek: You didn't show any pics of SSDs.

 

I don't have them, but the first pic shows SSD's inserted to the server. 


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  # 1810887 3-Jul-2017 13:33
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maxeon:

 

sonyxperiageek: You didn't show any pics of SSDs.

 

I don't have them, but the first pic shows SSD's inserted to the server. 

 

 

Yeah, I am going to assume that you misread/don't understand the writing on the outside of those drives.

 

Those drives are mechanical SAS (serial attached SCSI) drives.  They range from 10,000RPM to 15,000RPM (10K or 15K) which is the key to knowing they are not SSD (Solid State Drives)

 

EDIT: Unless, of course, those drive cages have had the drive changed in the cage itself - which seems unlikely


 
 
 
 




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  # 1810918 3-Jul-2017 14:12
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Ok, i will take them out tonight and get some pics up tomorrow. 




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  # 1811200 3-Jul-2017 18:53
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Ok, It is Mechanical SAS Drives and NOT SSD as per the title (I cannot edit the OP now). 

 

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  # 1812265 3-Jul-2017 21:37
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FWIW, I asked a friend of mine who deals with a lot of used HP servers, he reckons its market value is about $150 with those disks. 





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  # 1812275 3-Jul-2017 22:12
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@Lias you might have missed the part where he said 272GB RAM?


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  # 1812278 3-Jul-2017 22:19
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Your right, I did, I just saw the 11gb from the original post. That will bump its worth up a decent amount.. Ignore me :-P

 

 





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  # 1812282 3-Jul-2017 22:22
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Here are the pics.

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  # 1814393 7-Jul-2017 13:34
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Server Sold. Memory sticks are available. 


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