EU FS: (22.6. NEW STUFF ADDED) 16GB, 32GB & 64GB 2400, 2666 & 2933MHz DDR4 RDIMMs & LRDIMMs, INTEL XEON CPUs, SUPERMICRO & ASUS MOTHERBOARDs

tesla100

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You may be right that prices in Europe tend to be higher than e.g. in the US. But it's not as bad as your listings suggest
Supermicro X10DRi retail ab € 399,11 (2020) | Preisvergleich geizhals.eu EU
That's just one of the items, some of the others have similar problems.
I am not here to trash talk your offers, but with the prices you listed, you will have a hard time selling any of the stuff here.
Thanks for your comment. The price of that motherboard has been adjusted.
 
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When I see all the Geizhals.de - links with Mindfactory 'always' on top of the list while providing lowest prices, reminds me about Mindfactory's known practice to sell parts not provisioned for the EU market, and therefore do not qualify for any warranty and/or guaranty regulation in the EU. Someone should keep that in mind, even thats not all the case with Mindfactory, but happened in the past. Even hosting providers from Germany were affected on this and lost ....

Regards

Mike
 
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it almost never worth it for US buyers to buy from eu after factoring in the price and higher shipping cost ;(
 

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it almost never worth it for US buyers to buy from eu after factoring in the price and higher shipping cost ;(
Cannot argue with that... :)
well, there is a few exceptions. I collect 1/50 model cranes. a lot of it is made by companies in germany. In a lot of cases it is good to buy from euro dealers because they don't charge VAT on foreign orders but that's partially nullified by higher shipping cost to US... sometimes A LOT higher but sometimes still cheaper than the VAT ...... Also still cheaper than what a lot of US dealers and ebay sellers charges.... As well as more availability...
 

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Hi. I’m interested in the 2x Intel Xeon Gold 6142 QL28 ES (USED) - 250€ per CPU
How about motherboard compatibility?
Im specifically interested in putting them in a Tyan Thunder HX FA77-B7119 Barebone
 

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Hi. I’m interested in the 2x Intel Xeon Gold 6142 QL28 ES (USED) - 250€ per CPU
How about motherboard compatibility?
Im specifically interested in putting them in a Tyan Thunder HX FA77-B7119 Barebone
Hi there, they run flawlessly in almost every Supermicro X11 board with the 2.1 Bios or older and support for 165W CPUs. They have also been tested in the Asus C621E WS motherboard with a modded bios.

Unfortunately, I don't know whether this Tyan barebone supports ES chips. I'll do some digging and get back to you.

EDIT: It seems these won't work on Tyan systems, sorry.
 
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