FS: short-depth 1U supermicro build: E5-2696 v2, 10GbE, 4 SAS3 SSDs, LSI 3008

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  1. frogtech

    frogtech Well-Known Member

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    Hi there, selling a custom build I did that I was going to use as 1 of 4 nodes but went another route.
    The full spec list is as follows:
    • SuperMicro SC515-350 1U, short-depth rackmount chassis (16.9" deep)
    • SuperMicro X9SRW-F Motherboard, Rev 1.20
    • Intel Xeon E5-2696 v2, 12-core CPU
    • 16GB DDR3 ECC 1333mhz ram (8x 2GB modules)
    • Dell HBA330+, LSI 3008 chipset adapter in IT mode
    • ConnectX-3 Pro 10GbE, dual-port SFP+
    • QTY 4 HUSMM8040ASS205, HGST SAS3 400GB SSD (1.6TB raw total, 1.15GB read, 700MB write per device)
    The chassis was purchased new through SuperMicro and is basically un-used. Never rackmounted, includes rails. Plastic is still on the top cover. Everything is tested and working, refer to the timestamp album for pics. There is an open PCIe x8 slot on the left riser that would be perfect for a light-weight M.2 NVMe boot device.

    Asking $1200 shipped paypal/local cash to US50. Just looking to get back what I spent on individual parts, not valuing the RAM at all in this as I don't have any spare to throw in aside from these 2GB modules I use for testing. Feel free to PM with any questions. Not looking for trades at this time.
     
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