Updated: 6-3-22 - Price Cut 3x!! Lots of NVMe

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Offers considered but please do not low ball. WTT/WTB - EPYC 7443P

Cpu
2AMD 7281$175/each
2AMD 7001 ES (2S1905A4VIHF4)$450
1AMD 7402$950/each

All HPE NVMe drives have super low hours.

SSD
8x 4HPE NVMe (PCIe 3.0) PM1723B 2.5 u.2 1.92TB (4k LBA)$205/each
8x 6HPE NVMe (PCIe 4.0/3) PM1733 2.5 u.2/3 1.92TB (4k LBA) (https://semiconductor.samsung.com/resources/brochure/PM1733 NVMe SSD.pdf)$265/each
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HPE NVMe (PCIe 4.0/3) CM6 2.5 u.2/3 7.68TB (4k LBA) (CM6-R Series | KIOXIA)$885/each
2HPE NVMe (PCI 3.0) PM983 u.2 3.68TB (4k LBA) (https://gzhls.at/blob/ldb/7/c/b/7/0c336399b0c66a78e746934fcd38ffda86ce.pdf)$355/each
1Samsung NVMe (PCI 3.0) PM983 u.2 3.68TB (4k LBA) (https://gzhls.at/blob/ldb/7/c/b/7/0c336399b0c66a78e746934fcd38ffda86ce.pdf)$355/each

4K LBA -> NVMe drive works with any computer & o/s (windows 10 etc.).


Shipping: Fedex (domestic) and DHL (international).

Ship from location: CA.

Thanks everyone!
 
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jpk

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I'm interested in the some of the SAS SSDs - I've sent a PM
 

jpk

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I just wanted to say thank you for the 4x hitachi SSDs - they work perfectly, and also thank you for accommodating my shipping requests! Very happy here! :)
 
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Radian

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Received 2 sas ssd, 1TB drives, working great. Would recommend seller, well packaged and fast shipping.
 

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Do you know if the SAS3 HGST 10TB drives will be compatible with a sas2 backplane in a supermicro chassis?
 

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6/28/19: Cleaned up post- removed all sold items.


A pci 3.0 10gbe network adapter. Must work as 1x and be compatible with esxi 6.7u1. Needed for my HP Gen10 Microserver via the 1x PCI 3.0 slot.

Also looking for Intel e5-26xx V3/V4 CPUs. Retail versions (not ES/SQ). Send PM with offer. Must be lower than eBay.

WTS:
Sold items have been removed and prices have dropped on most items. I will entertain best offers but no lowballs please.

Payment is accepted via Paypal (+1.5%), Zelle (2% off), Venmo (2% off) or cash (3% off) and with a US confirmed address. I am open to other payment arrangements. I ship worldwide, but as you know- it's expensive and I can only help so much on shipping. Fees are now split with Paypal but if you pay with Venmo or Zello I'll give you 2% off.


20x HGST SSD1600MR HUSMR1619ass231 SAS3 1.92TB ($230 each + shipping)
https://documents.westerndigital.co...sas-series/data-sheet-ultrastar-ssd1600ms.pdf
Note: 1.1 gb/sec read and 700mb write. 10.5PB endurance

2x HGST HUSMR1610ASS201 SAS3 1TB ($140 each + shipping)

2x HGST HUH728080AL5201 SAS3 8TB ($130 each + shipping) Note: These are warranty issued replacement drives but are not refurbished. HGST paid $380 to a vendor to ship them to me. I will include the paperwork. These drives have their warranty reduced by various amounts since they are replacements but are otherwise new and sealed from HGST. DOM on them is late 2018 or early 2019.

1x HPE (open box- low hours) 3.2TB NVME Samsung PM1725b 2.5 NVMe DOM: Mar-2019. ($799 each+ free shipping. These retail for over $1k as they are probably the best NVMe u.2 you can get right now) - 3.5gb/sec read (ran. 800k iops) & 3.1gb+/sec write (ran. 190k iops) and dual port- but fully backwards compatible via single port (I'm using two in single port configuration). http://image-us.samsung.com/SamsungUS/PIM/Samsung_1725b_Product.pdf

Note: I give good discounts for volume purchases and reply super fast as PMs show up on my phone.

Shipping: USPS or Fedex (my preference), not a big fan of UPS.
Ship from location: Palos Verdes Estates, CA

Thanks everyone!
What controller would one need to get the most out of that Samsung PM1725b?
 
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Samir

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It's unreal how much cheaper 10TB drives are when they're sas. :( You can actually buy a controller and still be ahead. :eek:
 
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