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    [FS][US-IA] Cisco Nexus 7000 18-Slot Switch Chassis - N7K-C7018

    I have 2 of these available, and they come with everything required to run, along with a few switches, updated to the latest ios. Asking $600 each plus shipping QTY Component 2 Supervisor Modules - Supervisor 1(N7K-SUP1), with 8 GB memory cards 2 M1 I/O Modules - 48-port 1-Gigabit...
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    EXPIRED Asrock Rack EPYCD8 Epyc Motherboard - $208.89 - Amazon Warehouse

    Someone probably snatched it up. Its Amazon Warehouse, so only one of them. In retrospect I should have just bought it and asked anyone here if they wanted it. That was a pretty amazing deal.
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    EXPIRED Asrock Rack EPYCD8 Epyc Motherboard - $208.89 - Amazon Warehouse

    https://www.amazon.com/ASRock-Rack-EPYCD8-Asrock/dp/B07PQQ9VQT/ref=sr_1_218?dchild=1&m=A2L77EE7U53NWQ&qid=1621920705&rnid=10158976011&s=warehouse-deals&sr=1-218
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    Gigabyte R180-F34 1U Server 2x LGA 2011-3 Barebones - $110 Shipped

    Seems like a pretty good deal Specs: R180-F34 (rev. 253) Specification | Rack Servers - GIGABYTE U.S.A. Listing: Gigabyte R180-F34 1U Server w/ MD90-FS0 Sys Bd/No CPU/No Mem/No HDD | eBay
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    FS: Raritan DPXS20A-30L6 PDUs |240V |20 C-13 Switched Outlets

    I have 20 of these I need to get rid of. $100 each + shipping. Or shoot me an offer.
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    WTB $40 worth of bitcoin

    I admit this is a little strange, but setting up a fiat account on an exchange is a big PIA if you only want to buy a little. Shoot me a pm OP, i'll sell you $40 worth at market price.
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    Solarflare dual 10Gb SFP+

    Actually now I see whats going on. not applicable to the S6120, but for example if you search S7120, you get the whole range of SFN7000 series cards. Some of them are the higher end models that sell for hundreds when labeled correctly.
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    Solarflare dual 10Gb SFP+

    SFN6122F - Though I don't really see the "mislabled" (S6102 is the regulatory code) NICs priced any cheaper
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    What type of power connector do the Tesla GPUs use?

    I just sold a dell gpu server on ebay. It had 4 8+7 PCIE power cables in it. The guy I sold it to just sent me a message saying the cables don't fit the Tesla M40s he bought. I'm looking at the nvidia documentation and its referencing a cpu cable and dongles for pcie connectors. Does anyone...
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    Is it possible to buy server parts directly from Dell?

    Long story short, I bought a Dell C4130 motherboard and case ($230 combined), and foolishly thought it would be cheap to piece the rest together. The power supply, cpu, ram, and heatsink were easy, hard drive was a little more difficult but found one, however its impossible to find cables or...
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    Will a Xeon 4XXX processor work in a dual or single slot board?

    Sorry I wasn't clear. I'm not talking about the new scalable silver series. Take for example the Xeon E5-4655 v3. I am wondering if I can use that in a motherboard designed for only 2 processors. From reading your last message it sounds like sometimes you can and sometimes you can't...
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    Will a Xeon 4XXX processor work in a dual or single slot board?

    I'm sure this has been asked to death, but googling multiple variants of this question return nothing but articles about quad-core processors! I'm almost positive you can put a 4XXX in any dual or single board, and a 8XXX into a quad, dual, or single board, but wanted confirmation before I...
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    Intense Coin CPU Mining

    Thats a good point, and I think there are different schools of throught when considering what to mine. Monero is harder to get, but easier to get rid of. Mining Intensecoin is more of a speculative play, and I would only recommend it to people willing to hold onto it medium to long term and...
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    Intense Coin CPU Mining

    You can use any Cryptonight miner. I prefer XMRig on Windows, Lukminer on linux
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    Intense Coin CPU Mining

    Ironically the developers just addressed this hashrate issue on the bitcointalk thread today: And yep, you just need a wallet address and a cryptonight miner. Its very similar to any of the other cryptonight coins: Releases · valiant1x/intensecoin · GitHub This is also a good alternative...