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Enterprise Systems Components (updated with models)

attonbitusira

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Redoing my home lab and have lots of extra parts.

Prices for the following?

CPU:
e5 2620v3

Network cards:
Lenovo ThinkServer Intel I350-T4 PCI-E 1GB 4x Ethernet FRU03T8760 low profile
Intel Pro 1000 PT Quad port

Raid cards:
LSI MegaRAID MR9260-8i



RAM details coming soon...
 
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supaflyx3

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You'll need to be specific for a price check, but LSI cards are generally $30-$60 on the used markets, quad nics are $35, ram (assuming it's a single dimm & non ecc) about $30. SATA drives about $30, SAS $40-$50 assuming 7200rpm
 

attonbitusira

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You'll need to be specific for a price check, but LSI cards are generally $30-$60 on the used markets, quad nics are $35, ram (assuming it's a single dimm & non ecc) about $30. SATA drives about $30, SAS $40-$50 assuming 7200rpm

Thanks for the info. I'll make a post next week with the details and keep the prices low.
 

MARSTG

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I'll have to double check but I believe they are SAS interfaces with break out cables supporting multiple drives.
Obviously, but i want to know if at the sata port, with the sff8087 fan cables, the supported speed would be sata 3?
 

fitbrit

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I would need LSI RAID cards for up to 24 drives if they are SATA III speeds.
 

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