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Lenovo ThinkServer TS140 Tower Server with Intel Xeon E3-1226 v3 3.3 GHz Quad-Core CPU, 4GB DDR3-1600, 280W PSU, DVD-RW Drive for $299.99 AC + S&H @ Newegg.com

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Technical Specifications:
  • Processor: Intel Xeon E3-1226 v3 3.3 GHz Quad-Core Processor
  • Memory: 4GB DDR3-1600 ECC (32GB Max Capacity)
  • HDD Interface: SATA
  • Raid Level: RAID 0/1/5/10
  • Media Drives: DVD RW
  • Graphic Controller: 4 GB Intel HD Graphics P4600
  • Operating System: No
  • Power: 1 x 280W 85% Fixed PSU
  • Features:
    • Hard Drive Bays: 4 x 3.5" DC SATA
    • RAID Controller: Onboard Basic SATA
  • Dimensions: 14.80" x 6.90" x 17.00"
  • Weight: 61.80 lbs.
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There must be millions of boxes of TS140's with Haswell Xeon cpu's languishing in a warehouse in some exotic place like Louisiana, because this is nearly the exact same deal from 2 years ago (my workplace bought 6 at that price).

Good little workstation and I'd buy another if I needed a quiet reliable yet fast workstation, but at some point there's got to be some deals on the TS150's.
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Weight: 61.80 lbs what
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These make great small server systems for Blue Iris monitoring your IP cameras. Just up the RAM to either 8GB or 16GB and throw in a large WD hard disk. I used an Intel SSD for the boot disk to make reboots incredibly fast.
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Does it have hyperthreading?
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Does it have hyperthreading?
Based on this page, no.

http://ark.intel.com/products/809...e-3_30-GHz

What they need to do is start making more servers in smaller form factor. I'm trying to run a web server that doesn't take up too much space or electricity, but all those mini pcs I see online don't support ECC RAM. And the ones I can find are expensive as heck.
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Weight: 61.80 lbs what
Not sure where they are getting that info but I have one and just weighed it. It's 18.5 lbs.
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picked this up from Newegg via eBay last week for $285 -delivered. It was $299 but no tax or shipping & $15 off eBay deal.

Running media app & storage using UnRaid. Pretty happy with this so far. The RAM for this seems expensive and it's not simply because ECC. I tried some cheap RAM and it didn't like it ???
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Based on this page, no.

http://ark.intel.com/products/809...e-3_30-GHz [intel.com]

What they need to do is start making more servers in smaller form factor. I'm trying to run a web server that doesn't take up too much space or electricity, but all those mini pcs I see online don't support ECC RAM. And the ones I can find are expensive as heck.
Amen! I mean they only get incidental use, so the extra horsepower actually goes to waste somewhat.
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I got this deal 2.5 years ago. it is fantastic. I just put in an SSD and 16GB and it screams. I recently bought a full size GTX 1070. it was a squeeze, but it fits!
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I got this about a year or so ago, and it's been a great little Plex server.
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There must be millions of boxes of TS140's with Haswell Xeon cpu's languishing in a warehouse in some exotic place like Louisiana, because this is nearly the exact same deal from 2 years ago (my workplace bought 6 at that price).

Good little workstation and I'd buy another if I needed a quiet reliable yet fast workstation, but at some point there's got to be some deals on the TS150's.
Some compan(ies) probably leased them for that time, now they are up for grabs again. The internet is a giant recycling machine. Content, goods, services recycled over and over and over. Think about it
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capable little monster. I have one I guess 1225 V2 or something with SSD and 16GB ECC ram. You cant build one for the price offered. I stopped building computers once I bought this. and sold my 2700k to pocket $$.
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I got this deal 2.5 years ago. it is fantastic. I just put in an SSD and 16GB and it screams. I recently bought a full size GTX 1070. it was a squeeze, but it fits!
You can do that? I heard members say that when you try and install an OS then turn one of these into a gaming machines, it isnt worth it? Because of boot times, even with an SSD having to run through a server start up process or something that.

For the price this seems great to customize, but because of what others have said, that has been what has turned me away into customizing these types of machines.
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You can do that? I heard members say that when you try and install an OS then turn one of these into a gaming machines, it isnt worth it? Because of boot times, even with an SSD having to run through a server start up process or something that.

For the price this seems great to customize, but because of what others have said, that has been what has turned me away into customizing these types of machines.
The TS440 has the issue you describe. Not the TS140
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