FS/FT/WTB/WTT sfbayzfs Pt 2: Supermicro Bargain Bin, Drives, Fans, DOMs Network stuff

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  1. sfbayzfs

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    Massive update 2019 06 08
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    I started this bargain bin thread because my main FS/FT/WTB/WTT post is too large to add anything to:
    FS/FT/WTB/WTT: LSI SAS2/SAS3, Supermicro chassis, motherboards procs ram, HP Microserver, 10G, etc

    Bargain Systems and Chassis:

    I have several bargain systems to get rid of, local buyers greatly preferred since I am down to just a few 3U and 4U shipper boxes, these are all working systems with at least one quad core CPU, starter RAM, and TQ direct hotswap backplanes, and one non-80+ PSU (fixed for 1U, hotswap for most others) unless noted, Supermicro front panel breakout cable (for non-Supermicro motherboards) free upon request with any system or chassis.

    Rails notes:
    • 1U systems have inner rails, add $20 for outer rails until I run out
    • SC826 and 4-in-1 2U take newer quickrails or older brass roller rails interchangeably, or you can have free brass roller style old inner rails if you want, but I have no brass roller outer rails for them.
    • All other chassis' are newer revisions which take but do not come with new style quickrails, I have some Rev B quickrails for $60 a set
    1U Systems (complete, working, with RAM, CPUs, etc.):
    • $140 - 32GB ECC 8-core 4x 3.5 hotswap 813M 1U w/ X7DVL-E motherboard, 2x 4-core 2.5 GHz Intel Xeon L5420 cpus, dvd drive, 420W psu, no inner rails (this chassis can take lots of standard ATX, Micro ATX motherboards)
    • $120 - 4x 3.5 bay CSE-815 1U case w/ X7DB8+, maxed out w/ 2x 4-core 2.5 GHz Intel Xeon L5420 cpus, 64GB ECC RAM, inner rails incl (unusual motherboard layout gets you a great deal :)
    • $240 - SC815 1U systems with 4x 3.5" hotswaps, H8DME+ maxed out with dual Opteron hex core (12C total) 2425HE, and 128GB ECC RAM (128GB max) w/ inner rails, 2 avail
    Systems with power, motherboards and heatsinks, but no CPUs or RAM:
    • $260 - SYS-6026TT-HTRF 2U quad motherboard system, I have 2 available, take both for only $500 and I'll throw in 4 extra motherboards for 12 dual proc, dual NIC X8 IPMI motherboards total! Each 2U chassis has 2x 1200W gold PSUs and 4x 1/2U motherboard sleds, each with X8 dual 1366 sockets and heatsinks - specs here: Supermicro | Products | SuperServers | 2U | 6026TT-HTRF
    Chassis:
    • $180 - SC826 2U systems with 12x 3.5" hotswaps, TQ direct backplane, dual Ablecom PSUs, takes new style quickrails, not included.
    • $260 - SC836 3U systems with 16x 3.5" hotswaps, TQ direct backplane, dual Ablecom PSUs, takes new style quickrails, not included.
    Motherboard/CPU/RAM/Controller for the above chassis':
    • $100 - X8DTE motherboard w/1x L5640 low power 4C/8T 40W CPU and passive 2U heatsink, 12GB DDR3 ECC RAM, add $40 for a second matching CPU, heatsink, and 24GB total RAM
    • $60 - IT mode P20.00.07 upgraded LSI SAS2008 based controller and all cables to attach to the backplane or a SAS expander
    • $30 - IT mode P20.00.07 upgraded LSI 9200-8e external ports controller
    • $50 - Upgraded HP SAS expander with all cables to go to all bays
    • (I have other newer motherboards in my less bargain-bin-ish FS post)
    Drives:

    Here are the drives I have for sale, priced per drive, but I would rather sell them as lots, shipping additional (at actual discounted Fedex Ground or USPS rates) unless noted otherwise:

    3.5" drives:
    • $120 - 5TB 7200RPM Toshiba badblocks burned in PH3500U-1i72 retail drive, under 5K hours, 1 left, see below for details.
    • $150 shipped - set of 3x WD Red 2TB drives, clean SMART tests, under 5K hrs
    • $7 ea - 500GB mostly Seagate Barracuda ES.2 drives - clean SMART full test, 20K-50K hrs
    • $free - 160GB, 250GB, 500GB drives with some remapped sectors, just pay for shipping or pick them up!
    2.5" drives:
    • $5 - 250-320GB laptop drives tested good
    • $10 - 100GB EMLC SSDs with PLP, 15mm high, not for laptops
    DOMs - I had to buy extras to get what I needed, surplus here, subtract $5 from additional units:
    • $30 shipped - mirrored DOM kit w/ 2x Apacer 16GB MLC SATA DOMs, 2x short (~6") SATA cables, and a molex to dual SATA power adapter! This is the perfect for mirrored FreeNAS boot volumes under 9.3.10 or later FreeNAS - these will not burn out quickly like USB flash drives do with newer FreeNAS.
    • $20 shipped - single version - 1x Apacer 16GB MLC SATA DOM, 1x short (~6") SATA cable, and a molex to dual SATA power adapter, the good type which are not heat molded!
    Quiet fans:
    • $7 - Panaflo model FBA08A12M new 0.17A 80mm fans w/ 3pin connector and a 3/4-pin Y-cable - These move a good deal more air than a Noctua NF-A8-PWM but are not much louder, and are great for quieting down Supermicro cases, I have used them in several SC836 builds with great success! Connector doesn't quite fit for hotswap, just plug into backplane or motherboard directly.
    • $10 - San Ace 80 0.35A 4-pin hotswap fan mounted in a modded hotswap carrier for SC847 or any other Supermicro fan carrier I have extras of - I have replaced the 7x stock 0.6A/0.8A fans with four of these in my 847 JBOD units and power draw and noise are way down now!
    PFSense systems:
    • $30 - Soekris net 4801 in standard case w/ 2GB CF card for pfsense, etc
    • $70 - Soekris net 5501-70 in case with 2GB or larger CF card for pfsense
    • $60 - HP thin client T5740 makes a great router! w/ PSU, expansion module, and PCIe Intel based single port 1G NIC, 2GB or larger DOM w/ PFSense embedded installed, +$15 for dual intel based NIC
    • Supermicro based PFSense-ready low power short depth 1U for a beefier router also available, several motherboard options.
    1G PCIe NICs:
    • $15 - OEM Intel Gigabit CT adapter with tall bracket, 4 avail, +$10 for new in clamshell w/ both brackets
    • $30 - various OEM Intel 2-port 1G NICs - some w/ tall bracket, some w/ short
    • $20 - Silicom PEG2BP dual gigabit full height bracket, bypass adapter 2 avail
    Infiniband 10G lot / starter kit:
    • $120 - 5x Mellanox ConnectX 10G infiniband adapters - 2x 1-port, 3x 2-port, plus 1 cable
    10G NICs:
    • $50 - Mellanox ConnectX 2 dual port SFP+ w/ both brackets (2 left I think)

    Mad Scientist Corner / Bargain Bin :D inexpensive stuff that needs a good home, priced shipped in the US, subtract $20 from anything here for local pickup!
    • $40 shipped - at least 20x USB 3.0 to SATA boards from WD external 8TB drives I shucked, with 12V PSUs and USB3 cables, and if you wan them, 5 or so outer shells
    • $50 - Lot of 3 Adaptec 4 and 8 port SAS controllers, some BBUs, no brackets
    • $20 Chenbro SAS1 expander - 2 ext SFF-8088, 5 int SFF-8087 connectors, no bracket
    • $20 - lot of 3 Supermicro SASLP-MV8 HBAs, tall brackets - flip them on ebay for 60 each if you want to, I don't want them :)

    Wanted items:
    • 8TB or 10TB 5400/5700 RPM helium drives
    • 1.6TB or larger SSDs, I will be happy to trade 1.3x capacity of 100G SSDs above for them
    Drive details / history:

    Toshiba 5TB SATA 6Gb/s 7200rpm, 128MB Cache, 3.5-Inch Internal Hard Drive PH3500U-1I72
    Amazon.com: Customer Reviews: Toshiba 5TB SATA 6Gb/s 7200rpm, 128MB Cache, 3.5-Inch Internal Hard Drive (PH3500U-1I72) retail, not shucked, badblocks burned in.

    All other cheap drives are used with unknown history, but I have wiped them and they passed full SMART read tests unless noted otherwise.

    Please PM if interested in anything.

    Thanks!
     
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  2. sfbayzfs

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    More drives added, restructured posting.
     
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    Is there a typo ? 145 each or 17 x $5 ?
     
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    He means 145 Each And 140 (145-5) Each if you take them all ;-)
     
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    That was shorthand for subtract $5 each if you take them all, clarified.
     
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    :) I was surprised ;)
     
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    Bump for clean badblocks runs.
     
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    Bump - Added DOMs, Mad Scientist Corner, new drives, dropped some prices, removed sold drives.
     
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    Bump for more added items and price drops in the bargain bin!
     
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    SMART dump on the 2TB reds, plus shipping quote to 33716 for all 4?
     
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    I sent a PM Tuesday night with the info, did you get it? (Full smartctl -x dump for 4 drives was over 40K, and the limit is 1000 characters, so I had to abbreviate)
     
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    Sold items removed - thanks folks!
     
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    Bump for adding bargain Supermicro systems and chassis section, more drives, more quiet fans, price drops, sold items removed, etc.

    Hopefully I'll have time to update my main post as well soon.
     
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    What is the model number of the San Ace 80mm fans?
     
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    The Supermicro model is FAN-0125L4 and the San Ace model number is 9GA0812P2M0031

    From my table of notes on Supermicro fans:
    Part Number Rated Current (A) Fan Speed (RPM) Air Flow (CFM) Static Pressure (in.H20) Noise (dBA)
    FAN-0125L4 0.35 6,700 59.6 0.68 47.0

    These are the older and newer stock fans for SC847 units - I can't find many specs on the old 0.8A ones:
    FAN-0099L4 0.80
    FAN-0126L4 0.60 7,000 72.5 1.09 53.5

    At the speed they end up running at in the JBOD units, these 0.35A ones area a lot quieter than the stock ones (but definitely not close to silent either), but still move plenty of air (at least in my basement)
     
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    Sent you a PM. Thanks!
     
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    Thanks for the detailed info on fans; seems these are 32mm deep as opposed to the 38mm I was after. Hope I didn't waste too much of your time!
     
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    @anoother
    No worries - 32mm thick is why I mod the carriers to take the thinner fans by removing the thumb indent - the same mod works with 25mm Panaflo and Noctua fans - only the carriers for the 847 chassis and any others with the thumb indents need modding - Supermicro's own low noise fans for the 846 and 743/745 are actually low power 25mm fans in the normal 38mm carriers. The lowest speed/power/noise fans I have found in 38mm thick are the 0.6A Supermicro FAN-0126L4 - they are made by Nidec, as are the older 0.8A ones. SC826, 216, 836, 846, 743, and 745 all have carriers which can take any thickness fan up to 38mm (the rear exhaust fans are limited to 32mm though in SC836 and SC846)

    @sd11
    got your PM and just replied
     
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    Bump for adding SYS-6026TT-HTRF systems, sold items removed, price drops, thanks everyone! I'm around all day today and tomorrow if you can pick up locally in the SF Bay Area!
     
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    Another great transaction with @sfbayzfs

    Thanks!!
     
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