Dell PowerEdge M630 Blade Server 2x 8-Core E5-2667v3 3.2GHz 512GB Ram 2x 1.2TB For Sale

Dell PowerEdge M630 Blade Server 2x 8-Core E5-2667v3 3.2GHz 512GB Ram 2x 1.2TB


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Dell PowerEdge M630 Blade Server 2x 8-Core E5-2667v3 3.2GHz 512GB Ram 2x 1.2TB:
$5,780

Dell PowerEdge M630 Blade Server


In Good Condition, Full Working Order

12 Months Warranty

Blade Server - Dell M1000e or VRTX chassis (neither included) is required in order to use

Includes:
  • 1 xDell PowerEdge M630 Blade Server
    • 2 x Intel Xeon Eight-Core E5-2667 v3 3.2GHz Processor CPU4K8JW
    • 512GB (16 x 32GB) DDR4 MemoryMMRR9
    • 2 x 1.2TB 10K SAS 6Gbps 2.5" Hot Plug Hard DrivesRMCP3
    • 1 x Dell PERC H730 Mini Blade RAID Controller With 1GB NV CacheWMVFG
    • 1 x Dell Intel x520-k Dual Port 10Gb KT Blade Network Daughter Card XWKGY

We can supply this server with a different specification to suit your requirements; more or less memory, different or additional hard drives, additional network cards etc. Please contact us for a quote.
VAT @ 20% INCLUDED IN PRICE - VAT INVOICE PROVIDED£4900 Excluding VAT
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