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Promoted 10-02-2015 by brisar at 12:15 PM View Original Post
Dell Small Business has their Dell PowerEdge T20 Tower Server System for $638 - $239 discount in cart - $120 w/ coupon code T20XEON120 = $279. Shipping is Free. Thanks iconian

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  • Intel Xeon E3-1225 v3 3.2GHz Quad Core CPU
  • 4GB DDR3 Memory
  • 1TB 7200RPM Hard Drive
  • DVDRW Drive
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Edited October 2, 2015 at 11:32 AM by annie930ny
nice dealSmilie

Dell PowerEdge T20 Tower Server System [dell.com]

$638 - $239 instant rebate - $120 with coupon code T20XEON120
= $279 with free shipping

Specs
  • Intel Xeon E3-1225 v3 3.2GHz Quad Core CPU
  • 4GB DDR3
  • 1TB 7200RPM HDD
  • DVDRW Drive
  • no OS
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SCHWEET DEAL!! Much like the Lenovo ThinkServer TS120 and TS140 deals from late last year.

This thing makes a FANTASTIC Blue Iris or Windows Home Server system for a very low price.
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SCHWEET DEAL!! Much like the Lenovo ThinkServer TS120 and TS140 deals from late last year.

This thing makes a FANTASTIC Blue Iris or Windows Home Server system for a very low price.
This processor seems to perform just a little less than an i7 4790. Do you have BI running on this? How many combined mp are you running?
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I've got 5 Foscam 720p cameras and 3 more Foscam 480p cameras networked to my Blue Iris server. It's a Lenovo TS120, and it never even breaks a sweat.
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I've got 5 Foscam 720p cameras and 3 more Foscam 480p cameras networked to my Blue Iris server. It's a Lenovo TS120, and it never even breaks a sweat.
Thanks, if I'm not mistaken the Foscam are only 1mp, your combined Mp is probably max of 8Mp. That is hardly anything. I too have some Foscam left on my system. When I had all Foscam, almost any PC can run BI. Since I upgraded most of my camera to 3mp Hikvisions things really got nasty. I got excited cause I'm looking for a new BI server, I was hoping you'd say you have 7 or 8 Hikvisions. EEK!
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In my experience, BI will consume most low-to-mid-level PCs of any variety. If it's not a good/fast i7, it should definitely be a Xeon.
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In my experience, BI will consume most low-to-mid-level PCs of any variety. If it's not a good/fast i7, it should definitely be a Xeon.
I'm running it on an older Xeon 3440 now and only dare to have 5 Hikvision active. Anything more the system will probably just kill itself.

I think the only contender with a large number of 3mp cam and 4mp is popping up and going down in price, an i7 4790 will probably be the best bet. Still waiting for dell outlets to have a couple 7020 or 9020 go under $500


But on the other hand, this would make a great HS or a NAS
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Thanks great deal
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Question: Can I use these server towers as regular PCs? If so, any downside? I can get OS from work free of charge...
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Question: Can I use these server towers as regular PCs? If so, any downside? I can get OS from work free of charge...
why not... it's just a more robust computer.
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does this have PCI slots for video card? would it make nise gaming rig if added?
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can anyone comment on ESXi / VMWARE home lab if i invest in some RAM?
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How does this compare to the TS140 and 440?
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This is a much better widely available deal than the TS140 for use as a desktop. However I saved $50 by going with the TS140, so I can't complain.

Apparently it can sleep and the USB 3.0 header won't be blocked by the GPU.

Otherwise its effectively the same.
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