FS: HPE Proliant DL360 G9

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busterswt

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Trying to trim down my tech debt and have a few servers that deserve to be rehomed.

Qty. 3 - HPE Proliant DL360 G9

- Dual Xeon E5-2630 v3 (8-Core) 2.4GHz
- 32GB RAM
- 2x 500W Power Supply
- P440ar RAID controller
- PCIe riser (Slots 1 and 2 only)
- 4x1Gbe Broadcom Ethernet
- 10Gbe FlexLOM Networking (Broadcom SFP+ *or* Intel X540 Copper, your choice)
- Dual 300GB 10K SAS HDD
- Sliding Rail Kit

Asking $375/ea - local preferred (San Antonio/Austin Texas area). Can ship, but don't have the original boxes or the packing material available, so could be costly.
 
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Jordan Perdue

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Howdy fellow Texan... just a heads up, you can get shipping boxes with the inner foam off amazon for $60. Good luck with your sale :)
 

Mymlan

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How loud are the fans with a medium load? I'm in San Antonio, NW-side and could pick one or two up.
 

busterswt

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They run fairly quiet, all things considered. They get loud during POST but settle down considerably once booted. I find most network switches to be louder.

I'm on the NE side near 281 and 1604, feel free to DM me if you'd like to meet up.
 

Jason Antes

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How loud are the fans with a medium load? I'm in San Antonio, NW-side and could pick one or two up.
I have one, like busterswt said it is loud at boot but goes nearly silent after that (for a server). Medium load comes up a little but the nice thing about these is that the fans will ramp up an down as needed and have a decent number of steps. My 6610 is always louder except at boot. It will also get louder the warmer the intake air is. It has a ton of sensors for heat control.