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2 minutes ago, PositiveRaisin2 said:

Supermicro x10srl-f

Xeon e52670v3 

total 200 good deal?

Buying, or selling?

Where in the world are you?


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YES thats even a litte to good to be truw v3 is socket 2011-v3 so DDR4 and 10 cores the price you're gone pay is more like V1 so socket 2011. Make sure you test every thing. 


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Just now, Swealteek said:

YES thats even a litte to good to be truw v3 is socket 2011-v3 so DDR4 and 10 cores the price you're gone pay is more like V1 so socket 2011. Make sure you test every thing. 

The Xeon v3 series is coming down in price as the servers that house them have passed the 5 year mark. That means they are being phased out at a very fast rate. That's the typical time a server is written off and replaced.


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Depends what your doing with it? Xeon V3 is haswell, which is not really all that "old" in intel land.

 

But its 12 cores clocked pretty slowly, which tends to benefit certain workloads that can actually use lots of threads.

 

A current model i3 or a Ryzen 1600AF will very likely be faster in many normal desktoppy workloads.

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9 minutes ago, PositiveRaisin2 said:

Buying in nj the Xeon is 100 on ebay

As long as everything works, probably a good deal.

But test everything first


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1 minute ago, Aragorn- said:

Depends what your doing with it? Xeon V3 is haswell, which is not really all that "old" in intel land.

 

But its 12 cores clocked pretty slowly, which tends to benefit certain workloads that can actually use lots of threads.

 

A current model i3 or a Ryzen 1600AF will very likely be faster in many normal desktoppy workloads.

Is the multiplier unlocked 

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With bios mod it could run at turbo clock(3.1GHz), multiplier is locked(you can mybe reach ~3.2GHz with turbo+bclk oc). But I would rather buy a R5 3600 with B450 mobo from microcenter for the same price.

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I linked this to someone a few hours ago, maybe you're interested, it's dual cpu and lots of ram:

 

https://www.webhostingtalk.com/showthread.php?t=1796350

 

We have the below servers available immediately if collected/same DC, +$100/server if you need this shipped.

POST tested before being de-racked and moved/handed over to you. Sold as is. Most include RAID Cachevault/Battery.

Please email info [@] syn.ltd.uk or DM if interested.


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2U Supermicro SC825TQ-R740LPB Server (8 Bay 3.5" Chassis) (X9DRI-F)
2x Intel Xeon E5-2620
6x 16GB (96GB)
8x Caddies
LSI MegaRAID 9271-8i
PSU / Rail Kit
$200


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2x Intel Xeon L5640 2.26GHz
6x 16GB (96GB)
12x 3.5" Caddies - No HDDs
LSI MegaRAID 9271-8i
PSU / Rail Kit
$125

2U Supermicro 826E16-R1200LPB Server (12 Bay 3.5" Chassis) (X8DT6)
2x Intel Xeon X5650 2.67GHz
6x 16GB (96GB)
12x 3.5" Caddies - No HDDs
LSI MegaRAID 9266-8i
PSU / Rail Kit
$150

 

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