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Topic # 230518 27-Feb-2018 17:34
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Dell PowerEdge 1950 Server for sale with the following specs:


- Intel Xeon E5345 CPU (Quad 2.33 Ghz)
- 8 GB RAM (2 x 4GB)
- PERC 5/i RAID Controller
- 2 x 74GB 15K SAS HGST Ultrastar Hard Drives + caddies
- DRAC 5
- Dual 1GB Ethernet on board
- Dual 1GB Ethernet (Intel Pro/1000 PT PCIe card)
- Dual Redundant Power Supplies
- Rail Kit
- Front Bezel and Key


I'll also include a second E5345 CPU. You'll need to purchase a heatsink before you'll be able to install it. These can be purchased cheap from eBay.


$90 pick up from Wellington CBD




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  Reply # 1967580 3-Mar-2018 17:03
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  Reply # 1967617 3-Mar-2018 18:47
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@bartender you want this...

Nope. Not at that price as I am wanting to reduce my power consumption.

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