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Dell PowerEdge T30 Mini Tower Server @Dell $399 FS

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Xeon E3-1225 v5 Quad, 8GB RAM, 1TB 7.2K RPM HDD, DVD+/-RW Drive, No OS
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Link.....
http://www.dell.com/us/business/p...eredge-t30

Specs

Processor
Intel Xeon E3-1225 v5 3.3G, 8M cache, 4C/4T, turbo (80W)

No Operating System

Onboard SATA, HDD connected to onboard SATA Controller - No RAID

8GB UDIMM, 2400MT/s, Single Rank, x8 Data Width

1TB 7.2K RPM SATA 6Gbps Entry 3.5in Cabled Hard Drive

1Yr Basic Hardware Warranty Repair: 5x10 HW-Only, 5x10 NBD Parts
Optical Drive
DVD+/-RW SATA Internal
Chipset
Intel C236
Storage
Up to 6 total SATA HDDs (4 x 3.5" SATA HDD + 2 additional 2.5" SATA HDD (w/ expansion kit and optional controller card)

Optical bay: Internal DVD+/-RW (standard on Intel Xeon configuration, optional on Intel Pentium configuration)
Slots
4 slots:
1 PCIe x16 3.0
1 PCIe x16 3.0 (x4 speed)
1 PCIe x4 3.0

1 PCI
RAID Controllers
Software RAID: Intel Rapid Storage Controller 12.0 (supports SATA 6Gb/s or SATA 3Gb/s)
Network Controller
Intel I219-LM Gigabit Ethernet LAN 10/100/1000 1-port
Power
290W
Availability
Error Correction Code (ECC) memory
Software RAID
Chassis
Mini tower
Management
Intel AMT 11.0 (supported on Intel Xeon config)
Intel Standard Manageability (supported on Pentium config)
Dimensions
Height: 14.17 inch / 359.9mm
Width : 6.89 inch / 175mm
Depth : 17.12 inch / 434.85mm
Ports
10x USB, 1 microphone, 1x headphone, PS2, Displayport, HDMI, RJ45, serial, audio in, audio out
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I'd buy this if I hadn't already bought the t20 in Feb. It was $120 cheaper but this has the v5 processor and 8 gig.
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Thanks for the link OP, in for one.
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I've been looking at building/buying something for a NAS + Plex with transcoding 1-2 1080 streams. Seems to be a pretty good system for this purpose?
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Do you think it will overkill for a NAS because of power consumption? How many drives can be installed and what software can be used for NAS? TIA.
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Do you think it will overkill for a NAS because of power consumption? How many drives can be installed and what software can be used for NAS? TIA.
I was thinking of using FreeNAS as I saw some had used it on a Dell T20 so I'm assuming a T30 would also work. As far as power overkill, there are likely lower power systems for strictly NAS use, but I figured something more powerful would be needed for Plex transcoding. I suppose the real question is what the idle power requirements are for the system. I have no idea on that.
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I was thinking of using FreeNAS as I saw some had used it on a Dell T20 so I'm assuming a T30 would also work. As far as power overkill, there are likely lower power systems for strictly NAS use, but I figured something more powerful would be needed for Plex transcoding. I suppose the real question is what the idle power requirements are for the system. I have no idea on that.
Also just thought I'd add - the 8g of memory on the system is not ECC ram, which for some is a requirement for a NAS, and would add a bit to the cost.
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In for one!

Thank you!
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needs moar pcie slots Mad
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Anybody wanna buy my t20 for $200? I want this 😂
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I think you'd be much better off with the T130. They are running the SERVER200 promo almost constantly and the base starts at 449-200 = 249. With some configuration for only about 100 bucks more you step up in class and you can get a HyperThreading E3 1230v5.

http://www.dell.com/en-us/work/sh...redge-t130

Also, don't forget to check Cashback sites because I've seen 8 and 10% fairly often.
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I think you'd be much better off with the T130. They are running the SERVER200 promo almost constantly and the base starts at 449-200 = 249. With some configuration for only about 100 bucks more you step up in class and you can get a HyperThreading E3 1230v5.

http://www.dell.com/en-us/work/sh...redge-t130

Also, don't forget to check Cashback sites because I've seen 8 and 10% fairly often.
Yea, if any of these have a built in raid controller it would be a great deal. All these are lacking one.
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Yea, if any of these have a built in raid controller it would be a great deal. All these are lacking one.
Software raid?
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