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#62704 13-Jun-2010 11:28
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Hello Guys,

We have retired a VPS node we used it for testing and as development server and is working really well with enough power to do most task, we are looking for $650 + courier cost, GST invoice available upon request.

If you are looking for low cost Virtual server node then this is the good hardware to start with. 

The server contains a standard ASUS motherboard with the AMD 8111 chipset and a pair of dual-core 64-bit Opteron processors. The configuration details are: 

2 x Dual-core 2.0GHz Opteron CPUs (x86-64, 1MB cache, 1GHz FSB) 
8GB ECC RAM (8 x 1GB ECC PC-3200 DDR DIMMs) 
320GB SATA disk (Western Digital) or upgrade to as new 1TB drive for extra $99. 

form-factor is that the motherboard is oriented so that all of the ports (except for AC power) are on the front of the server. So attaching devices like keyboard, mouse, LAN cables etc is very easy, no need to go at the back of the rack. 

motherboard has the following I/O ports: 

2 x 10/100/1000BaseT Gigabit Ethernet (Broadcom BCM5704) 
2 x USB 2.0 
1 x VGA (Rage XL integrated graphics) 
2 x PS/2 
1 x Serial

Interested buyer may contact me @ rg(at)quickweb.co.nz or post any question in this thread.

regards,
Roel


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  #343384 20-Jun-2010 08:53
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Have you still got this unit

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  #343413 20-Jun-2010 11:14
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Hello, yes we still got the unit available.  let me know if you are interested.

 
 
 
 


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  #343421 20-Jun-2010 11:46
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Looks like a sweet unit for a simple but grunty home server! mmm.




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  #343422 20-Jun-2010 11:48
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yeah it is, just a bit nosy though than your regular desktop due to four fans in the chassis :)

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  #351303 14-Jul-2010 11:12
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***just an update, the server has been sold thanks for looking.

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