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Last Edited by widgit April 23, 2016 at 03:43 PM
Hey guys,

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

SHELL SHOCKER DEAL: The HP Server (821786-P01) sale price below is valid from 12:01 AM PT to 11:59 PM PT on Thursday, April 21st, 2016.
Technical Specifications:
  • Processor: Intel Xeon E3-1220 v3 3.1 GHz Quad-Core Processor
  • Memory: 4 GB 2Rx8 DDR3L-1600 (PC3-12800E-11) Kit
  • Power Supply: 350 Watt
  • SATA DVD-RW Optical Drive
  • 4 x LFF NHP Drive Cage


Technical Specifications:
  • Processor: Intel Core i3-4150 3.5 GHz Dual-Core Processor
  • Memory: 8GB 2Rx8 DDR3L-1600 (PC3-12800E-11) Kit
  • Storage: 500 GB 3.5" 7200 RPM SATA III Hard Drive
  • Power Supply: 350 Watt
  • 4 x LFF NHP Drive Cage
  • Micro ATX Tower Case
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Last Edited by mlacey3 April 22, 2016 at 10:08 AM
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HP ProLiant ML10 v2 Tower Server System (821786-P01)

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Would it be wise to use this this as a budget gaming build?
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edxmon

Would it be wise to use this this as a budget gaming build?

ECC RAM in general is slightly slower since it does error checking, so for gaming you'd probably not want that.  

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Is this the one that requires ecc ram while the Lenovo version accepts non ecc?
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is this good for a freenas + pfsense build?
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CPU specs from Intel [intel.com]. There is no integrated GPU.

The RAM looks to be a low voltage error correcting type.

If you tried to use this for gaming you'd need a good GPU and a new power supply.
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Can someone help me with the memory requirements for this server?

When we decommission servers at work, we can usually purchase the or parts for pretty cheap. (I wish I could get stuff for free, but its a university so we have to adhere to government policy and properly auction/sell unused items.) We are decommissioning quite a few Proliant DL380 G6 & G7 Servers, and I think I can get a pretty abundant supply of 8GB ECC DIMMs (HP PN:500205-171) for next to nothing, but I'm not sure they'll be compatible.

The RAM is basically this:

Hynix 8GB MEMORY PC3-10600R Dural Rank [amazon.com]

* DDR3 SDRAM PC3-10600
* CL=9
* ECC Registered
* DDR3-1333MHz
* 1.5V
* 240 pins
* Refresh 8K / 64ms
* Number of DRAMS: x 36

The ML10V2 specification sheet [hp.com] from HP says "NOTE: HPE memory from previous generation servers are not fully compatible with the HPE ProLiant ML10 v2 Server." HP is currently on Gen8 and Gen9 servers, so I would consider this memory "previous generation" although the specs sound like it would be fully compatible. I'm considering getting a couple of these for a home lab but if I want to max them out with 32GB of RAM, the price starts to add up (although still admittedly a decent price).

Can someone more familiar with server hardware tell me if this memory will work in one of these servers? Thanks!
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Quote from netengineer10 View Post :

edxmon

Would it be wise to use this this as a budget gaming build?

ECC RAM in general is slightly slower since it does error checking, so for gaming you'd probably not want that.

RAM is far from the bottleneck. It'd be fine...
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Quote from BlkCrowe View Post :
Can someone help me with the memory requirements for this server?

When we decommission servers at work, we can usually purchase the or parts for pretty cheap. (I wish I could get stuff for free, but its a university so we have to adhere to government policy and properly auction/sell unused items.) We are decommissioning quite a few Proliant DL380 G6 & G7 Servers, and I think I can get a pretty abundant supply of 8GB ECC DIMMs (HP PN:500205-171) for next to nothing, but I'm not sure they'll be compatible.

The RAM is basically this:

Hynix 8GB MEMORY PC3-10600R Dural Rank [amazon.com]

* DDR3 SDRAM PC3-10600
* CL=9
* ECC Registered
* DDR3-1333MHz
* 1.5V
* 240 pins
* Refresh 8K / 64ms
* Number of DRAMS: x 36

The ML10V2 specification sheet [hp.com] from HP says "NOTE: HPE memory from previous generation servers are not fully compatible with the HPE ProLiant ML10 v2 Server." HP is currently on Gen8 and Gen9 servers, so I would consider this memory "previous generation" although the specs sound like it would be fully compatible. I'm considering getting a couple of these for a home lab but if I want to max them out with 32GB of RAM, the price starts to add up (although still admittedly a decent price).

Can someone more familiar with server hardware tell me if this memory will work in one of these servers? Thanks!
No, registered ram is NOT compatible with this server.
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How is this server comparednto the T20?
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can anyone tell me if this will accept a discrete gpu? trying to purpose this as a workstation for adobe/corel for a print shop. any quick helpful answers will get repped
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Got this machine, but I have to say HPE sucks - tried to install Windows 7 onto it using DVD, the machine is reading the installation DVD while complaining that "A required CD/DVD driver is missing"

Spent an hour with HPE tech support, the guy is nice, he told me that Win7 is not a "SUPPORTED OS" on this hardware, however he tried several things with me, nothing works.

Guess I'll have to return it. So long for turning it into a game PC.

Oh, by the way, the warranty of this machine started 8/02/2015, even though I purchased it on 4/21/2016. Initial setup support contract already expired.

My guess is, this is Open Box/Refurbish item. Scary.
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FYI anyone who hopped on this deal and gets blue screens on shutdowns, this is the fix: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/2845432
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