Refurbished IBM x3630 M3 LFF 2 x X5650 2.66GHz 128GB 12 x 3TB SAS 7377-AC1 For Sale

Refurbished IBM x3630 M3 LFF 2 x X5650 2.66GHz 128GB 12 x 3TB SAS 7377-AC1


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Refurbished IBM x3630 M3 LFF 2 x X5650 2.66GHz 128GB 12 x 3TB SAS 7377-AC1:
$1,895


Refurbished IBM x3630 M3LFF2 x X5650 2.66GHz 128GB 12 x 3TB SAS are Serverworlds.com,an established selleron with a rating of 1000+. Any question, don't be afraid to ask.

**30 Day Warranty**

Shipping Terms and Cost: Shipping will be $55 via UPS Ground to the lower 48 states. Payment Terms: We accept the following payment types: Pay Pal, Visa, Mastercard and Amex
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x3630 M3 Specs:

  • Processor(s):2 x Intel Xeon 6C X5650 2.66GHz 12MB
  • Memory:128GB (8 x 16GB) 16GB PC3-10600 DDR3
  • Hard Drive(s):12 x 3TB 7.2K 6GBPS SAS 3.5"
  • Controller:ServeRAID M5015 SAS/SATA Controller
  • Power Supplies:2 x 675W Power Supply
  • Rails:Not Included
  • Operating System:Not Included

The x3630 M3 is a fully tested IBM server.

Thex3630 M3 has been fully refurbished by Serverworlds.com.

The x3630 M3will be professionally packed and shipped out via

FedEx to the Lower 48 States.



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