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# 215168 15-Jun-2017 11:01
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I'm after an HP Micro server or an equivalent from a different vendor, Price would obviously depend on what model / spec, Disks / RAM aren't a concern if included or not.

 

Ideally located in Auckland as shipping won't be cheap :) 

 

 

 

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  # 1801358 15-Jun-2017 11:15
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  # 1801770 15-Jun-2017 21:23
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Sorry I'm looking for something smaller and less power hungry (Microserver)


 
 
 
 


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  # 1802875 18-Jun-2017 09:19
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I've got an N36L and an N40L spare, and may soon have a spare Gen8 (G1610T). Auckland north shore.

 

The N40L was never used. Still have the box.


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  # 1803214 19-Jun-2017 10:02
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I'll likely be interested in one after @Andib has had first choice.  Feel free to PM me after you two have completed your deal.





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  # 1806474 25-Jun-2017 16:50
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I may be interested in whichever one is left!





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  # 1806944 26-Jun-2017 13:35
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Looks like Andib isn't interested, so I'll be putting them (two G7s) on trademe soon.

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  # 1806945 26-Jun-2017 13:38
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If you want to avoid Trademe, I'd be keen to hear a price on the N40L





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  # 1807018 26-Jun-2017 14:46
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I would pay up to $100 for the N36L.  I need 4tb minimum drive size, so I expect to have to purchase new drives.





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