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Fujitsu Siemens PRIMERGY Econel 100 S2 - £117.49

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8y, 2m agoFound 8 years, 2 months ago
Another Insight special on servers. Not as good as the recent HP ML110 but still a reasonable spec.

Quick summary of spec: -
* Intel Pentium Dual Core 1.8Ghz E2160
* 1GB RAM
* 160GB SATA HDD - DVD
* 3 year warranty
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#1
Great Price, even with no system (Server).Hot
#2
Awesome Find.
#3
I assume those can be used as a stand alone PC ?
#4
g_p_t
I assume those can be used as a stand alone PC ?


I was wondering that too.
#5
do you think would be noisy ?
#6
We use a load of them as standalone at work. The difference is simply that the graphics card are low end, but the rest of the components are higher spec. As long as you don't need it for games (or are happy to spend £60 on a new card) then it'll work like a beauty.
#7
Timing is everything. We are looking to upgrade our computers and EPOS at work. Our suppliers want to supply this unit for the server. Only £1395 +VAT (does include 2nd gig of mem and 2nd HD with 3yr warranty) for the hardware + 5 year warranty. The rep is about to get bitch slapped. Only about £900 too much.:w00t:
#8
Im thinking of getting this but is this ready to use straight from the box or will I need to install an OS?
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JaiRo
Im thinking of getting this but is this ready to use straight from the box or will I need to install an OS?


It doesn't come with an OS. The package has the box, ps2 keyboard, usb mouse, cds for drivers and manuals, I downloaded Ubuntu 8.04 and burnt it to a CD on another PC, installed with no problems, I had to disable the raid setting on the BIOS to get it to boot from the hard drive. I'm now using it through my Sony LCD TV :thumbsup: .

There is NO audio onboard. There is only one pci slot. The rest are pci express. So bear the cost of a sound card if you want to use it as a pc.

It is very quiet.

I purchased mine from ebuyer and opted for the free delivery which totalled £119.98.
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/145094
#10
thickasabrick
It doesn't come with an OS. The package has the box, ps2 keyboard, usb mouse, cds for drivers and manuals, I downloaded Ubuntu 8.04 and burnt it to a CD on another PC, installed with no problems, I had to disable the raid setting on the BIOS to get it to boot from the hard drive. I'm now using it through my Sony LCD TV :thumbsup: .

There is NO audio onboard. There is only one pci slot. The rest are pci express. So bear the cost of a sound card if you want to use it as a pc.

It is very quiet.

I purchased mine from ebuyer and opted for the free delivery which totalled £119.98.
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/145094
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Thank you for your response.
#11
One further note, the pci slot is for 3.3v 32 bit pci so a cheap standard pci sound card will NOT work :oops: .

Images here
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:PCI_Keying.png

Looks like it'll need a pci express sound card, which don't come cheap.
#12
g_p_t
I assume those can be used as a stand alone PC ?


Got 2 for work , works fine stand alone as mentioned earlier, (Turn off raid in bios !).
Very well made extremely quiet, On board graphics is very basic , but fine for Internet & work related stuff.

Ordered one of these to get some sound:- http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.5831
#13
Thanks for the ebuyer link - will be buying stuff from them anyway, so will save on delivery.
#14
:thinking:

Forgive me if I'm wrong but I thought 3.3v 32 bit pci slots were for laptops and 5v 32 bit pci slots were for desktops???

http://en.kioskea.net/contents/pc/pci.php3
#15
Little Tim
We use a load of them as standalone at work. The difference is simply that the graphics card are low end, but the rest of the components are higher spec. As long as you don't need it for games (or are happy to spend £60 on a new card) then it'll work like a beauty.

Do you know if I can add a second graphics card onto the pc or is there any space in the case or no?

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