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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 $259.99 AR ($244.99 AR w/ AP) + FS @ Newegg.com

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I didn't see this posted, so I thought I'd share.
NOTE: You may combine both of the offer below. Use the Mobile App & Android Pay and Apply Code: ANDROID6. This will bring the price down to $284.99 - $40.00 Rebate [newegg.com] = $244.99 AR.
The $25 off $200 AMEX Statement Credit will also apply (if you pre-loaded it and use AMEX w/ Android Pay). Final Price: $219.99 AR

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.


OPTIONAL #1: Save an additional $25 off $200+ In Cumulative Newegg.com Purchases by enrolling in an AMEX Statement Credit Offer. (More Details [newegg.com])
OPTIONAL #2: Save an additional $15 off $100+ Purchases when you Apply Code: ANDROID6 and Pay with Android Pay. Expires at 11:59 PM PT on 12/11/16. (NOTE: Offer requires Newegg Android Mobile App & Android Pay App) (More Details)
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Can I put 1060 or 1070 video card in?
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Option 1 has expired.

That being said, this is a solid deal on a low power machine which would accel as a T1 Hypervisor. Sadly, the proc doesn't support HT.
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Can I put 1060 or 1070 video card in?
You could get away with a 1050 or 750 TI. By default this unit has a 280W power supply. http://www.geforce.com/hardware/1...e-gtx-1050

You'll also need an adapter for your video card. https://www.amazon.com/Branded-8i...B005NJXY7O

If you wanted to upgrade the power supply you could fit a GTX 1070 in the case. But, you'll need converter for the power supply to connect to the motherboard. 24 Pin to 14 Pin.
https://www.amazon.com/Power-Supp...B00WE5KSFQ
Also, you'll most likely have to disconnect the USB 3.0 front panel cable. This is due to the card being so damn big and the cable getting in the way. Maybe you wouldn't need to do this if you got a smaller card.
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I have one of these with a 1060 after adding a 430W PSU. It's a very tight fit and you lose the forward facing usb ports if you want to make it work.
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This seems to be a good deal. The xeon CPU itself is about $200.
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Does it accept non ecc memory?
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wait till 12/12 for visa checkout
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In for one for blue iris server. Also got Amex statement credit. Thanks OP!
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Does it accept non ecc memory?
Yep just make sure it's unregistered/unbuffered. I ordered these because the voltage requirements were the same, I think: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Pro...6820231746
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Option 1 has expired.

That being said, this is a solid deal on a low power machine which would accel as a T1 Hypervisor. Sadly, the proc doesn't support HT.
Weird, the page says it expires 12/31/2016 but a popup says it's expired.
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wait till 12/12 for visa checkout
I'm willing to wait.. what will it be?

with the confirmation that someone fit a 1060 plus 430w psu upgrade... this will be an amazing under 600 gaming rig!
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I'm willing to wait.. what will it be?

$20 off $100 @ Newegg: https://slickdeals.net/f/9498864-20-off-100-at-newegg-12-12-16-using-visa-checkout
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Looking at the rebate form... it says can't be combined with any other offer. Do you think that applies to the visa checkout promotion?
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I can confirm that both a GTX 1050 and 950 run fine on the stock PSU (also of course 750Ti, but it doesnt make much sense with the 1050 and 950 out, unless you have one lying around or can get a used one super cheap) With some aggressive OCing (all of these cards typically OC very well) you can have a very decent gaming rig if staying at or under 1080p.

As Wr3ckedByRingPlus mentioned, unless you get the short (mini) version of a card ("Low profile" isnt accurate, this refers to the height of the card and bracket, not the length) you need to remove the front USB headers and even then it can be quite a squeeze.

I havent bothered yet to try, (spend the $) but my gut tells me that a 1060 would run on the stock PSU. This of course is not recommended, but the stock 280 PSU seems to be of very decent quality (The "watt" rating of PSU's is often arbitrary, especially when comparing quality ones to generic ones)
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