FS: Dell C6220 4 Node 3x E5-2650 2.0GHz 8Core 96GB Rails

jfoor

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ITEM HAS SOLD

Selling C6220 chassis + 4 sleds with the following layout:

Dell Poweredge C6220 II Chassis--Dell Service Tag: B970DZ1 --- The Chassis was BRAND NEW when I bought it last year. It's sat in a rack ever since. No damage..just a bit dusty

1x Dell Poweredge C6220 Motherboard sled + Xeon E5-2650 + 32GB RAM
1x Dell Poweredge C6220 Motherboard sled + Xeon E5-2650 + 32GB RAM
1x Dell Poweredge C6220 Motherboard sled + Xeon E5-2650 + 32GB RAM
1x Dell Poweredge C6220 II motherboard. NEVER USED BEFORE. (No CPU, RAM, missing external parts to sled, pull handle etc. Perfectly functional motherboard)

Sale includes:
6x 2.5" HD/SSD Trays
2x 1200W 80+Platinum Power Supplies
6x stock Dell heatsinks
1 random old Radeon GFX card that I don't want to remove

And yes, the C6220 chassis can use Gen 1 or Gen 2 motherboards. Gen 2 motherboards allow for a newer CPU and has a few additional HD connectors..but almost identical apart from that.

Let me know if you have any questions. This server+sleds were pulled from working rack. Nothing wrong with any of the items..little bit dusty from being used in live rack.

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Asking $499 + Shipping -- or best offer

Sales does *NOT* include 10G cards shown in pictures
 
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Morphers

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So what specific dimms are installed?
I am assuming 120volt psus.
It still has normal 2x1gbe ports right?
The sleds just go in the chassis and it powers on and works after installing a drive per sled?
 

jfoor

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The model # of the ECC DIMMs is: Kingston KVR1333D3D4R9S/8G -- There are 4x DIMMs per sled. 8x4x3 = 96GB Total
The link to the photos include a picture of both PSUs.
The sleds go into the chassis and it powers on and works assuming you've installed a drive w/ an OS or it'll just POST.

There are 4 sleds total. The chassis holds 4 sleds. 3 of the sleds will work "out of the box." The 4th will need CPU and RAM to post.

Also each sled is 100% it's own "server." I had a Proxmox cluster running on 3 of the 4 sleds as they were identical.