Motherboard/CPU/Memory Bundles for sale

_alex

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Hi Pam,
thanks, will PM you ....

the web site
comes up with higher rates than what I can get for you.
Problem was that the Website didn't quote anything as it wasn't possible to select another country o_O

Alex
 

Lloyd B

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I don't know if this is the right place but since we all looking at the same deal i have what is hopefully a easy question. What is the difference between S2600CP and S2600CP2? I can only find the specs for S2600CP2.
 

Stereodude

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I don't know if this is the right place but since we all looking at the same deal i have what is hopefully a easy question. What is the difference between S2600CP and S2600CP2? I can only find the specs for S2600CP2.
FWIW, they're selling the S2600CP2J
 

dstanding

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I don't know if this is the right place but since we all looking at the same deal i have what is hopefully a easy question. What is the difference between S2600CP and S2600CP2? I can only find the specs for S2600CP2.
S2600CP is a family of boards; CP2 is a specific model. Other models also exist (-CP4 has 4 NICs instead of 2, there may be others but I haven't looked into it)
 

ultradense

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Hi Pam,

It seems you have some hot deals running!

I tried to order some sets of the S2600CP+2*E52670+128GB deal. But since I live in the Netherlands and I tried shipping to MyUS.com in Florida, your site declined my credit card (owner of card in different country than delivery address). Could you help me out?

Also, you should REALLY try to SSL-secure your payment page! I'm not happy with entering creditcardinfo on a non-https site!
 

NATEX

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Hi Pam,

It seems you have some hot deals running!

I tried to order some sets of the S2600CP+2*E52670+128GB deal. But since I live in the Netherlands and I tried shipping to MyUS.com in Florida, your site declined my credit card (owner of card in different country than delivery address). Could you help me out?

Also, you should REALLY try to SSL-secure your payment page! I'm not happy with entering creditcardinfo on a non-https site!
Hi Ultradense
Our Web site is a SSL-secure web site. This is posted on the payment page if you clink on the Volusion SSL button.
www.Natex.us has been validated to have a secure SSL certificate which provides industry standard data encryption of information transferred from your computer to the website.

You can email me and I can set up an order for you and we can discuss terms. Email me at info@nates.us

Thank you
Pam
 

lucidrenegade

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does the motherboard support IPMI ??
Not out of the box. You'll need to purchase a separate module - either AXXRMM4LITE or AXXRMM4. The difference is the LITE uses the onboard NIC, while the other includes a dedicated NIC on the card. They run $40 - $70 new on Amazon and aren't much cheaper on Ebay from what I've seen. You also have to make sure that you're getting the entire kit that includes the ribbon cable and slot bracket with the AXXRMM4.
 
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Stereodude

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Not out of the box. You'll need to purchase a separate module - either AXXRMM4LITE or AXXRMM4. The difference is the LITE uses the onboard NIC, while the other includes a dedicated NIC on the card. They run $40 - $70 new on Amazon and aren't much cheaper on Ebay from what I've seen. You also have to make sure that you're getting the entire kit that includes the ribbon cable and slot bracket with the AXXRMM4.
What?!?

It supports IPMI 2.0 out of the box. The key you're referencing adds iKVM functionality and remote USB relocation.

It's all in the Technical Product Spec (PDF).
 
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techtoys

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Pam, I would like to buy both Deal #2 & Deal #3 but with max memory, 128G and 96G.
 

pc-tecky

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The RAM in the package is 1333MHz, not 1600MHz.
o_O Natex.us has posted (1) Nanya and (2) Kingston 64 GB (8x8GB) DDR3 PC3L-10600R 2RX4 DDR3-1333MHz ECC REG Server Memory memory kits for $85/kit.

Samsung 16GB PC3-12800 DDR3-1600MHz ECC Reg memory modules for $149.

But I have found
64GB (4X16GB) PC3-10600R DDR3 1333 ECC Reg RAM Memory for ~$377 (~$94.25/each, brand unknown)
and
96GB (6X16GB) PC3-12800R DDR3 1600 ECC Reg RAM Memory for ~$579 (~$96.50/each, brand unknown)
 
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techtoys

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And posting here in this thread seemed like the best possible avenue for you to accomplish that objective as opposed to calling or e-mailing? :confused:
Sorry, still trying to figure out how forums work. I wanted to do a PM but it took a while longer.

I spoke to Pam and she was very helpful. Picked up 2 systems. simple.
Patrick, thanks for setting up the codes.

Now time to find some Chenbro rails.
 

NATEX

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o_O Natex.us has posted (1) Nanya and (2) Kingston 64 GB (8x8GB) DDR3 PC3L-10600R 2RX4 DDR3-1333MHz ECC REG Server Memory memory kits for $85/kit.

Samsung 16GB PC3-12800 DDR3-1600MHz ECC Reg memory modules for $149.

But I have found
64GB (4X16GB) PC3-10600R DDR3 1333 ECC Reg RAM Memory for ~$377 (~$94.25/each, brand unknown)
and
96GB (6X16GB) PC3-12800R DDR3 1600 ECC Reg RAM Memory for ~$579 (~$96.50/each, brand unknown)
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We currently do not have any of the 16GB memory. That is old pricing so I took it off the site. Stand by..... we should have some coming in in a couple of weeks. Should have some good deals.
 

J Hart

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Thank you Patrick for setting up this deal. Bought a mobo/cpu/memory combo to test out for myself. If things work out well, I totally expect I'll be back for more. These would seem to beat the Quanta systems in so many ways (power, rack size, managability).