FS: Supermicro Xeon 1541-D and e5-2650 v4 ES bundles, Zotac Mini-PCs, Ubiquiti gateway and AP

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Xeon 1541-D bundle - SOLD

Selling my Xeon D setup (and likely the rest of my home lab soon) as I just never spend any time in there anymore and my employer may be setting up a lab for us to use and abuse anyway.

This bundle is the Supermicro X10SDV-TLN4F motherboard which includes the Intel Xeon D-1541 CPU. It comes with 2x 32GB Micron DDR4-2400 ECC sticks of memory, Silicon Power 120GB M.2 SSD, and is all installed in a Antec ISK 300-150 Mini-ITX case which comes with a 150W PSU.

Pics below but PLEASE NOTE -- this bundle does NOT include the installed 10Gb PCI-E network adapter in the photos. I'll be keeping that.

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Xeon e5-2650 v4 ES bundle - SOLD

Each bundle comes with:

Intel Xeon E5-2650 V4 ES QHZH 12Core 2.0GHz/2.7GHz turbo 105W 30MB LGA2011-3 Processor CPU
Supermicro X10SRL-F motherboard with backplate (not cut up)
Noctua i4 CPU Cooler
4x Kingston 32GB DDR4 PC4-17000 2133MHz Reg ECC RAM Memory ktm-sx421lq/32g

These have been running in my lab for almost 2 years and have been rock solid. But for the amount of time I spend in the lab I may as well sell it off and beef up my office PC so I can run nested ESXi VMs on it instead.

Zotac ZBOX-IQ01-U Mini-PC - SOLD

IQ01 PLUS | ZOTAC
Intel i7-4770T quad core CPU, 2x8GB DDR3 (16GB total)

Ran this as a Hyper-V host and then a VMware host for a couple years. Comes with 16GB of RAM, Mini-PC, and power adapter.



QNAP TVS-471-i3-4GB - SOLD

Awesome little workhorse for my lab.

4x Toshiba THNSNH512GBST 512GB SSDs - SOLD

These are each about 3 years old. Never had any issues with them.

Purchase the QNAP with all 4 SSDs for $650 shipped

Ubiquiti USG-US Enterprise gateway - SOLD

Switched to using a pfsense appliance so no longer need this.

Ubiquiti UAP-PRO-US 802.11n Access Point - $30 shipped

Please note, this is not a 802.11ac access point, just 802.11n.


Heatware - Child of Wonder

Thanks!
 
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Aestr

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Someone probably had it in a 1U case. The standard IO plates don’t really fit in a 1U. A bunch of the Datto boards we bought from a great deals thread had similar hacked up plates.
 

Evan

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I would say a bit pricy probably. (D-1541 boards on amazon dropped to $5xx the other day for a short while)
Seems a lot of d-1500 around for sale now but can’t imagine it due to the controversy.