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Dell PowerEdge T130 Tower Server: Xeon E3-1220, 8GB DDR4 ECC, 1TB HDD, NO OS EXPIRED

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Promoted 09-11-2016 by SubZero5 at 12:03 AM View Original Post
Dell Home & Office has PowerEdge T130 Tower Server on sale for $399 when you follow the instructions listed below. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian

Note, please be sure to purchase via desktop/laptop and not via mobile devices such as tablets or smartphones. Feel free to make any changes to the configurations. Additional charges may apply.
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  2. Add to Cart
  3. In cart, apply coupon code T130$200
  4. Apply for $130 Slickdeals Rebate
  5. Final cost: $399. Shipping is free.
Specs
  • Intel Xeon E3-1220 CPU
  • 8GB DDR4 ECC
  • 1TB Hard Drive
  • DVDROM
  • NO OS


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Written by SubZero5

This rebate will need signed rebate form, copy of invoice with tracer sku's SKU 384-BBBL and 321-BBVS. No UPC cutout required. Please refer to our blog post & attached PDF for the rest of the details.

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Edited September 12, 2016 at 01:39 PM by cricket702
*** please be sure to purchase via desktop/laptop and NOT via mobile devices (tablet, phone..). ***

deal [dell.com]

I would consider upgrading cpu's as it's cheap

in cart apply coupon code T130$200 for extrsa $200 off and - $130 slickdeals rebate [4myrebate.com] = $399 + free shipping (for config below)

Specs:
  • Intel Xeon E3-1220 v5 CPU (very much worth upgrading)
  • 8GB DDR4 ECC
  • 1TB 7.2k RPM SATA 6Gbps Hard Drive
  • DVDROM
  • NO OS
  • Rest config I left default but feel free to upgrade to your desire
This rebate will need signed rebate form, copy of invoice with tracer sku's SKU 384-BBBL and 321-BBVS. No UPC cutout required. I prefer to circle mine to make it cheaper to the rebate processing team. Please refer to our blog post & attached pdf for the rest of the details
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C'mon where's the v? The CPU is E3 1220 v5. It's Skylake, the latest architecture and uses DDR4.

The Lenovo on eBay has the E3 1226 v3. It's Haswell, a couple generations older than Skylake and uses DDR3.

Both good deals, but post the darn version of the CPU! There are 4 different Xeon E3-1220 CPUs.

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similar ebay lenovo
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Quote from THEcheapbstrd View Post :
similar ebay lenovo
That seems like a far better and easier deal than OP's, depending on what you spend your money on. Although it's marked as dead, it's still live now.
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C'mon where's the v? The CPU is E3 1220 v5. It's Skylake, the latest architecture and uses DDR4.

The Lenovo on eBay has the E3 1226 v3. It's Haswell, a couple generations older than Skylake and uses DDR3.

Both good deals, but post the darn version of the CPU! There are 4 different Xeon E3-1220 CPUs.
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Quote from JakDavenport View Post :
C'mon where's the v? The CPU is E3 1220 v5. It's Skylake, the latest architecture and uses DDR4.

The Lenovo on eBay has the E3 1226 v3. It's Haswell, a couple generations older than Skylake and uses DDR3.

Both good deals, but post the darn version of the CPU! There are 4 different Xeon E3-1220 CPUs.
Amen!
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could this be used as a gaming rig if say a 1060 was dropped in, with maybe a new PSU if needed?
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#8
Better off buying from Lenovo outlet
http://outlet.lenovo.com/outlet_u...X039US/445 for $420
E3-1246 v3 (8M Cache, 3.50 GHz), 4 core 8 threads which is equivalent or faster than i7-4770
Competitive price even if you put it together yourself.
Great part is that it takes regular cheap non-ECC dimms
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Quote from JakDavenport View Post :
C'mon where's the v? The CPU is E3 1220 v5. It's Skylake, the latest architecture and uses DDR4.

The Lenovo on eBay has the E3 1226 v3. It's Haswell, a couple generations older than Skylake and uses DDR3.

Both good deals, but post the darn version of the CPU! There are 4 different Xeon E3-1220 CPUs.
It's true and even the original one is pretty good in a workstation although the 1230 is better. I've got two workstations I got dirt cheap with E3-1245 CPUs. That's a great CPU to use as a desktop in a workstation. Sorry off topic..
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Quote from JakDavenport View Post :
C'mon where's the v? The CPU is E3 1220 v5. It's Skylake, the latest architecture and uses DDR4.

The Lenovo on eBay has the E3 1226 v3. It's Haswell, a couple generations older than Skylake and uses DDR3.

Both good deals, but post the darn version of the CPU! There are 4 different Xeon E3-1220 CPUs.
Even so, the ebay one has slightly higher multi and single core Passmark scores.
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I'd definitely take this over the eBay ThinkServer deal. Obviously spend the extra $20 here to upgrade to the Xeon E3-1225 V5.

Xeon v5 vs Xeon v3, 8GB DDR4 vs 4GB DDR3, 1TB 7200 RPM HDD vs no HDD, $420 vs $320. Much newer system, more memory, and a HDD for $100 extra. Yeah, I'm in.
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G4500 for $143.71 less or E3-1230 for $52.26 more.. decisions, decisions..
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ddr4 ecc required? will it take regular ram like the v3 systems?
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I'm planing on getting a NAS server for home use. Would this be a good option?
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I'm planing on getting a NAS server for home use. Would this be a good option?
NAS server doesn't require much unless you need it to do video decoding to your TV box. I got the Dell PowerEdge T20 recently for $139 and ran nas4free on it. Been doing well so far as a NAS for home. Just basic Pentinum G3220 CPU with 4GB RAM and 2 drives.
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