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you would have to get a specific reverse breakout cable.
personally, I prefer the TQ backplanes. It’s all I use.
Again, because the drive is warranted in the device it came installed in.
99% sure the SN on the LEFT is the HP serial number. That being said, it is likely only warranted with the system it came installed in.
I would imagine that describes almost everyone here.
Wow! Looks like I need to start looking at upgrading. The price of DDR4 has scared me away from upgrading any of my servers.
Well crap! I recently threw one in the trash.
Pretty sure those Star Citizen codes expired last year. Big bonus for you if it hasn’t. It can be sold.
And...its all gone!
Thanks! I actually found them last night. I think I have a taker though.
I have five old SuperMicro chassis I am getting rid of for free. If you are in the Dallas / Fort Worth area and would be willing to come pick any...
Did I miss a price?
No. Just buy SQ power supplies.
Just so it doesnt get accidentally used (ie someone creating a VM on it, instead of shared storage), I always just delete it.
I started working there in 1995, and they had just started using Nortel.
That’s a box/logo I haven’t seen in ages!
The ram listed on SuperMicros site have been tested and “approved” by them. Plenty of other models will work just fine.
DDR3 is end-of-life in the corporate world. All that hardware has to go somewhere.
Now that DDR4 RAM prices have fallen, Im seriously considering scrapping all of my X9 servers for Epycs next year.
It’s way overpriced anyway. You can buy them used for a grand less.