32 bay hotswap case? Anyone recognize this case?

The Spyder

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Ran across a few 32bay SATA/SAS case with 4 hot swap power supplies at a local ecycler I visit. I happen to need one for home, but I have NO idea who makes it/what speed the back planes are, ect ect. They have dual opterons and dual 16 port raid cards + Intel Pro 1000 nics.

Anyone recognize this?


 

Red Falcon

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Are there any serial, model, or manufacturing numbers or symbols on the units that might help us to identify them?
 

asgards

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most likely over supermicros 36x/45x solution :D

unless its already writen off and hes not paying real used cases price
 

dashpuppy

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i bet that beast makes heat if you stand behind it, plus consume more power than your washing machine and dryer ! :0
 

The Spyder

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Holy bastard man these things are LOUD. I bought the only two he had left today, apparently someone else found them yesterday... Damn this forum. I ended up with two, but one is missing parts/ect. As far as price goes, I saved about, oh $3k off the price on servercase.com.
 

The Spyder

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I am going to go ahead and stick with my two chassis for still a fraction of that price, damn. $1500 and 1700-2500 respectively.
 

Red Squirrel

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I would love to listen to that booting up! :D

"Do you heat with gas or electric?"
"I heat my house with data"

:D
 

Carlitos714

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Holy bastard man these things are LOUD. I bought the only two he had left today, apparently someone else found them yesterday... Damn this forum. I ended up with two, but one is missing parts/ect. As far as price goes, I saved about, oh $3k off the price on servercase.com.

you bought them for 150 each! damn that is sick dude
 
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