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Dell PowerEdge SC440 (Xeon) £267.90 delivered

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8y, 2m agoFound 8 years, 2 months ago
This is my first post, but I've been helped on here to get a great 22" monitor, which has been awesome for the last year, so I thought I'd repay it.

If you want a good quality server for a small office (or what I'm doing and making a Hackintosh home server/workstation) this looks to be a really good starting point:

The Specs are surprisingly good, however it doesnt have on board sound and graphics are nothing special at all but its a discount of £297, I spoke to my work's account manager to see if he could get anymore off, they are usually good with giving discounts, but he said they were losing money even at that price point.

Dual Core Intel® Xeon® 3050 Processor at 2.13GHz, 2MB L2 cache, 1066MHz FSB
1GB Memory, DDR2, 667MHz (2x512MB Single Ranked DIMMs)
250GB, SATA, 3.5-inch, 7.200 rpm Hard Drive
16x DVD Rom 1st
No Floppy Disk Drive
Services & Software
SC - No Operating System

I ordered it online and it should be with me on 9th October...
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#1
- except when they do one of their special offers on this model at £99+VAT delivered (admittedly for a slightly lesser CPU and 512MB of memory), maybe...
#2
yip got one for £99 last year
need to watch as they did not suply a keyboard and mouse with this and it has no PS2 sockets

but it stil runs fine with no isues :thumbsup:
#3
Yeah, this is really to replace my dieing G4 mac mini which is struggling... So if you have a USB mouse and keyboard already, it should be all good.

Sort of wish I saw the £99 offer though! nevermind lol
#4
Theres much better dells around for lower isnt there? Or is it the xeon that you were particularly after.
#5
I don't htink it was ever for sale at £99 delivered....

It was £99 + £50 delivery + vat ... or £179 total !
#6
mikerr
I don't htink it was ever for sale at £99 delivered....

It was £99 + £50 delivery + vat ... or £179 total !


I've seen it two or three different times at £99+VAT with 'free' delivery - i.e. £116.32 or thereabouts delivered (this was for an E2160 or E2180 CPU with 512MB RAM) - one time with an extra network card included, also with an upgrade to 250MB drive for £8+vat and variations along those lines.

They're nice machines, beautifully engineered inside. Would be nice of they had more drive bays (though it's obvious why Dell think they shouldn't!).

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