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Promoted 04-21-2016 by brisar at 11:17 AM View Original Post
Newegg.com has HP ProLiant ML10 v2 Tower Server (835266-P01) on sale for $199.99 - an additional $20 w/ promo code AFEMETFN62 = $179.99. Shipping is free. Thanks TDMVP73

Specs:
  • 3.5GHz Intel Core i3-4150 dual-core processor
  • 4GB DDR3 RAM
  • 350W Power Supply
  • Micro ATX Tower Case

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Edited April 20, 2016 at 07:30 PM by cricket702
Hey guys,

I didn't see this posted, so I thought I'd share.

Technical Specifications:
  • Processor: Intel Core i3-4150 3.5 GHz Dual-Core Processor
  • Memory: 4 GB 2Rx8 DDR3L-1600 (PC3-12800E-11) Kit
  • Power Supply: 350 Watt
  • Storage Controller: HP Dynamic Smart Array B120i
  • 4 x LFF NHP Drive Cage
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As always I am in a love hate relationship with the lack of sleep on these server deals. 4X drive cage is nice; Raid 10 or Raid 5+ plus bcache should make this a pretty good NAS with redundancy. 8TB external deals make this worth the money; only buy as a computer if you aren't worried about power consumption.
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Looking at grabbing this for a FreeNAS build. Anyone have experience with this server? What kind of ram does it come with? I have a 4gb stick of ECC ram from a ts140 build. Wondering if I could just use that instead of spending extra $$ for ECC ram. Also, from what I'm reading, the fan seems very noisy and seems awkward to replace.
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what do you mean by lack of sleep? do these mb not have ability to go into sleep mode?
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what do you mean by lack of sleep? do these mb not have ability to go into sleep mode?
Most servers does not have ability to go into sleep mode.
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I think the consensus last time these servers were on sale was that the Xeon E3 version was worth the $100 extra. Looks like it's going to be on sale shortly as well: http://slickdeals.net/f/8683663-hp-proliant-ml10-v2-tower-server-with-intel-xeon-e3-1220v3-3-1-ghz-quad-core-processor-4-gb-ddr3l-1600-ram-350w-psu-dvd-rw-drive-more-for-274-99-fs-newegg-com?src=SiteSearchV2_SearchBarV1

I will likely go for the Xeon E3 deal over this i3 deal. Quad core, better CPU vs. this dual core i3.

Xeon E3 scores 6620: http://www.cpubenchmark.net/cpu.p...40+3.10GHz

i3 scores 4898: https://www.cpubenchmark.net/cpu....40+3.50GHz
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what's the difference between a tower server and a regular PC tower?
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How many NIC's?
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Quote from tells View Post :
Looking at grabbing this for a FreeNAS build. Anyone have experience with this server? What kind of ram does it come with? I have a 4gb stick of ECC ram from a ts140 build. Wondering if I could just use that instead of spending extra $$ for ECC ram. Also, from what I'm reading, the fan seems very noisy and seems awkward to replace.
You could make a Freenas or Linux server with Samba for 5-10 people with any 2 core CPU and hardware and 2-4GB ram made in the last 10 years as long as it has enough physical space and interfaces to hold your drives. If you want trans-coding, run additional services on it, and a GUI running on it locally, spec up as required. Bare file serving is not CPU or memory intensive at all. An old E6400 business desktop with 2GB RAM and two large hard drives (most SFF can hold at least 2, some 3, slim, maybe not) running Samba can get 80-90MB/sec transfers (limited by HD controller/HD speed) and it's close to silent.
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what's the difference between a tower server and a regular PC tower?
Usually ECC RAM and more sata ports.
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Does it have Windows installed? Didn't see it mentioned anywhere.
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Does it have Windows installed? Didn't see it mentioned anywhere.
She be blank yo. No OS.
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#14
Is it still HP policy to charge for system / bios updates?
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Is it still HP policy to charge for system / bios updates?
YUP. but they are not keyed, so if you can find them....

http://guidebelajar.blogspot.com/...p-SUM.html
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