Recent content by Almighty

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    $350: Dell T40 w/ Xeon E-2224G, 8GB ECC, 1TB HDD, DVD-RW

    I'm still trying to find affordable memory for mine...
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    FS: (5) 10TB WD EasyStore Hard Drives purchased recently - $156.50 each + actual fees

    Gonna hold off on international shipping for now sorry!
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    FS: (5) 10TB WD EasyStore Hard Drives purchased recently - $156.50 each + actual fees

    bump - everything sold - listing some 10tb hard drives
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    Bestbuy - 14tb easystore external hard drive - $210

    They did... we missed out on that - had 10% ebay bucks offer too but that expired 6 hours ago :(
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    Bestbuy - 14tb easystore external hard drive - $210

    back in stock on bestbuy.com
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    FS: (5) 10TB WD EasyStore Hard Drives purchased recently - $156.50 each + actual fees

    Areca 1883ix-12 sold, keeping the 1883i - only the LSI card is left
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    Bestbuy - 14tb easystore external hard drive - $210

    Dang just got more 10s. This is a deal!
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    $350: Dell T40 w/ Xeon E-2224G, 8GB ECC, 1TB HDD, DVD-RW

    You can't flash the downloaded bios from Dell's site as it doesn't contain the nvram and some other pieces needed to flash directly to the chip itself. You have to pull the full bin from the chip on a 3630 (or find one someone else pulled online), flash that, and then i guess i can go through...
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    $350: Dell T40 w/ Xeon E-2224G, 8GB ECC, 1TB HDD, DVD-RW

    Being picky I know, but I wonder if someone could/will post the latest BIOS, 2.4.2, as that one has urgent security fixes. Edit: now that I think about it, can I just go through the normal BIOS update process after initially flashing this 1.1.10 BIOS bin?
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    Open Box - Gigabyte C246-WU4 (Intel C246) Motherboard - $105.49 @ Amazon

    Deal is still there. Look at the used options.
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    Open Box - Gigabyte C246-WU4 (Intel C246) Motherboard - $105.49 @ Amazon

    Gigabyte C246-WU4 (Intel C246 Express Chipset/ATX/DDR4/Dual Intel Server GbE LAN/10xSATA3/2xM.2/Server Motherboard) https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07MDBQQM2/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 8 left in stock. Missing manual only.
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    WD - 3x 8tb (WDBWLG0080HBK-NESN)+filter for $300

    Was able to get 3x 10tb for 156 each shipped after tax!
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    $350: Dell T40 w/ Xeon E-2224G, 8GB ECC, 1TB HDD, DVD-RW

    The T40 BIOS doesn't support nvme, but apparently you can use an SPI programmer to flash a Precision 3630 bios. Details in the slickdeals forum. I have not tried that yet, still trying to get my $120 Amex credit for spending $600 on two of these before I open the boxes.