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Topic # 240839 28-Sep-2018 14:25
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Any demand for old HP blades? ranging from G6-G8


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  Reply # 2098368 28-Sep-2018 19:53
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Chassis and blades, or just blades?





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  Reply # 2098468 29-Sep-2018 10:34
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Just the blades at the moment, we binned the Chassis at the time.

 

 

 

If someone wanted a chassis i might know where one was. But specifically wondering if there's a secondary market for the blades.


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  Reply # 2098523 29-Sep-2018 14:30
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I have 6x G7's and a c7000 chassis to dispose of shortly


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  Reply # 2098531 29-Sep-2018 15:12
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https://mikipro.co.nz/ might be interested?


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  Reply # 2098576 29-Sep-2018 16:48
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I want to spend some time at some point going through the economics of these cheap old blade centers with the electricity cost vs. compute capacity. I suppose in winter it works out better too :).

 

Anyone done any numbers for a particular application?






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