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Dell PowerEdge T130 Tower Server: Xeon E3-1225, 4GB ECC RAM, 500GB HDD, NO OS EXPIRED

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Promoted 09-20-2016 by johnny_miller at 06:52 PM View Original Post
Dell Small Business has Dell PowerEdge T130 Tower Server for $629 - $280 w/ coupon code 349T130 = $349. Shipping is free. Thanks mobilefan

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  • Intel Xeon E3-1225 v5 CPU
  • 4GB ECC Memory
  • 500GB Hard Drive
  • DVD ROM
  • NO OS
Note, consider upgrading to Intel Xeon E3-1230 v5 processor for an additional $33.46

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Edited September 20, 2016 at 03:28 PM by mlacey3
Link: http://configure.us.dell.com/dell...4871157056

Steps:
1. Add to cart [There is a $311 instant discount on this system (Limited time)]
2. Apply $280 off coupon number "349T130" on it (Expires 09/25/2016)
3. Checkout

PS: I strongly recommend to go with 1230 V5 processor for another $33.46 as it has HT option.

This is the best price I have seen for T130.

Feel free to pass on if you dont like the deal..
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E3-1225V5 is the only processor with the skylake iGPU. The others include a basic maxtor GPU, which is good for servers, but if you plan to connect it to a TV/monitor and do basic media/gaming, you should get the skylake gpu, or plan to get a discrete one. However, with discrete GPUs, the fan's RPM will go really high, and it'll be loud. There's a workaround for that mentioned later in the thread (https://slickdeals.net/?adobeRef=96d54254874c11e6904066642bea1e6b0000&lno=1&trd=http+en+community+de+wbr+ll+com+&pv=&au=&sdtid=9121363&sdfpid=223515&sdpid=89854527&sdfid=9&mon=1&ref=1&u2=http%3A%2F%2Fen.community.dell.com%2Fsupport-forums%2Fservers%2Ff%2F956%2Ft%2F19682822). If you don't want to deal with all this, get the skylake igpu model. The GPU workaround only reduced the maximum fan speed (still very very loud), still not an acceptable volume with adding a GeForce 750 Ti.

^ Skylake iGPU won't matter after all, since apparently Dell hasn't connected it on the motherboard to drive a display. So no big reason to get the E3-1225V5 any more. You might still be able to do some GPGPU stuff on it, but that's a minor point which most people won't have use for.

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i'm going to go cut my hand off so I don't buy it
This is a lower end server. As such, it has rudimentary video, does not include much for storage, ram and there is absolutely no sound.

Most people wouldn't even try to convert this into a PC. You are better off with an actual home computer.
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the 1230 v5 seems to be pretty much an i7 skylake...and thus...great deal, isn't it?
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Can confirm it's a great deal.
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Can confirm it's a great deal.
i'm going to go cut my hand off so I don't buy it
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It forces you to include ram and hd? Any other recommendations?
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PS: I strongly recommend to go with 1230 V5 processor for another $33.46 as it has HT option.
I was surprised to learn that the 1225 is from the Sandy Bridge era! What on earth is that still being sold for? It's even listed as EOL:
http://ark.intel.com/compare/88182,52270

The 1230 isn't a superset of it though. Intel and their feature-matrix games.
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I was surprised to learn that the 1225 is from the Sandy Bridge era! What on earth is that still being sold for? It's even listed as EOL:
http://ark.intel.com/compare/88182,52270

The 1230 isn't a superset of it though. Intel and their feature-matrix games.
This is the E3-1225 V5 (Skylake).

http://ark.intel.com/compare/88182,88168,52270
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Hi, will this work for gaming and movies and school work? If so what do I need to add
Thanks
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Hi, will this work for gaming and movies and school work? If so what do I need to add
Thanks
This is a lower end server. As such, it has rudimentary video, does not include much for storage, ram and there is absolutely no sound.

Most people wouldn't even try to convert this into a PC. You are better off with an actual home computer.
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This is a lower end server. As such, it has rudimentary video, does not include much for storage, ram and there is absolutely no sound.

Most people wouldn't even try to convert this into a PC. You are better off with an actual home computer.
Ok, thanks for the additional information.
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is there anyone who can give me a insite whether E5-2695 V3 is compatible with this system specially the motherboard?
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is there anyone who can give me a insite whether E5-2695 V3 is compatible with this system specially the motherboard?
no they use different sockets 2011 vs 1151
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This is the E3-1225 V5 (Skylake).

http://ark.intel.com/compare/88182,88168,52270
Right, of course. Seeing how the 1230 doesn't include integrated video though, what does that mean for a system configured with the 1230? I see no mention of a separate card, and it's hard to believe that even a server would ship with no video.
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