WTS SuperMicro 2U Quad Node 2027TR-HTRF Server 8x Intel Xeon E5-2670

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  1. h0mez

    h0mez Limp Gawd

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    Server I no longer need, comes with 8x Intel Xeon E5-2670 SR0KX 2.6GHz (3.3GHz Turbo) 20MB L3 Cache LGA2011 115W Eight-Core, 32GB DDR3 RAM (8GB per node). I have more RAM I am willing to include. Also comes with rackmount kit.

    You could put up 4TB of ram in this beast! :)

    $1500 - Shipped

    Link to the Server Specs:
    https://www.supermicro.com/products/system/2U/2027/SYS-2027TR-HTRF_.cfm

    Link to the 4 Server Mobos installed:
    https://www.supermicro.com/products/motherboard/xeon/c600/x9drt-hf_.cfm

    Misc RAM:

    8GB sticks of server ram, they are all dual rank.

    Prices below are per stick
    24x - 2RX4 PC3 10600R - 15$
    2x - 2RX4 PC3 10600R low profile- 15$
    10x - 2RX4 PC3 10600R - 18$ with heat shield
    9x - 2RX4 PC3 12800R - 16
     
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  2. melk

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    Man I've had my eye on one of these for so long now. They are perfect for what I need. Where's it located on the off chance I'm local?
     
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  3. h0mez

    h0mez Limp Gawd

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    New Jersey
     
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  5. rokar

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    So it runs as 4 independent servers?
     
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    Correct. And the drive bays in the front are broken up into 6 disk "blocks" for each server 'node'. I wish I had the funds as this would be awesome to have for a lab/home servers.
     
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  7. h0mez

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    Yep, they basically just share power supplies.