HP ProLiant ML115 - Micro tower - 1-way - 1 x Dual-Core Opteron 1210 / 1.8 GHz - RAM 1 GB 3.5" - HDD 1 x 160 GB - CD-RW / DVD-ROM combo - Gigabit Ethernet - HotUKDeals
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HP ProLiant ML115 =£117
EXTRA £10 OFF IF YOU SPENT OVER £50 -
ENTER CODE :MAY10
CODE EXPIRE: MAY 26
TOTAL £107 + DELIVERY


Perhaps the cheapest HP server you're ever likely to find. And it's got a 3 year warranty!

The HP ML115 is a reliable server, ideally suited to your home or small office. It comes with an AMD Opteron 1.8GHz server, 1GB RAM, 160GB SATA Hard Drive and - best of all -


HUGE potential for expansion.

A server that will be with you for years.

1 x 1.8 GHz AMD Dual-Core Opteron
1 GB memory expandable to 8 GB
160GB SATA Non-Hot Plug Hard Drive
3 year warranty
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#1
£111.59 delivered! hot for sure :)
#2
BARGAIN!! very nice find
#3
hot no OS though ?
#4
myaser88
hot no OS though ?


so what its not like it will need xp me vista ect...

it will just need Linux its free and take less cpu usage/memory/hd memory as well
(perfect for value servers e.g this one)

voted hot hot hot
#5
there is no denying that it is a great price, but is it a hot deal?
this is around the £105 - £110 pricepoint at a few other retailers, stock permitting.
#6
Brilliant.

Seems that many have then, but stock is limited.

I need to upgrade these servers to run Vmware ESX.

Can anyone recommend the following:
- RAM upgrade (ideally to 8GB in total which would be 2 4GB kits)
- Disk upgrade (Ideally I need RAID, not sure of the onboard features so I may need another card)
-Array card
#7
i have this server ok saying its this price but mostly out of stock everywhere. It is a great machine i run it with a nice geforce and it is very fast
#8
can't be hugly fast at 1.8 AMD can it?
#9
Its an entry level server and as such isnt going to be worldbeating....it has been around about this price for some months now - although has been difficult to find them in stock!
#10
By the way...anyone want to place the first bet on how long til the old "its a server, but can I use it as a cheap desktop" question gets posted??? :-)
#11
lol how would i use it as a desktop though..... wont i need a hard drive ;-) and whats this moniter thing ive heard so much about do i need one of them....final question i'm allergic to mice can i use a rat instead? :D
1 Like #12
That's what I like about this place. Even if you don't get people asking innocent questions to give people chance to act like a smart-ass, the smart-asses just imagine the questions anyway. Sad acts.
suspended#13
andysideas;2167016
Brilliant.

Seems that many have then, but stock is limited.

I need to upgrade these servers to run Vmware ESX.

Can anyone recommend the following:
- RAM upgrade (ideally to 8GB in total which would be 2 4GB kits)
- Disk upgrade (Ideally I need RAID, not sure of the onboard features so I may need another card)
-Array card


Andy these servers run ESX 3.5 no problems at all with the onboard SATA. You have to modify a file for it to work but look on the VMTN forums.
I have one currently working with 8 VMs running on it with 3gb ram :)
#15
jackt010
can't be hugly fast at 1.8 AMD can it?


spend more then
#16
ourdave
That's what I like about this place. Even if you don't get people asking innocent questions to give people chance to act like a smart-ass, the smart-asses just imagine the questions anyway. Sad acts.


lol, you're great, just what this forum needs! :thumbsup:
#17
andysideas
Brilliant.

Seems that many have then, but stock is limited.

I need to upgrade these servers to run Vmware ESX.

Can anyone recommend the following:
- RAM upgrade (ideally to 8GB in total which would be 2 4GB kits)
- Disk upgrade (Ideally I need RAID, not sure of the onboard features so I may need another card)
-Array card


I remember a review in Custom PC that said unless you are overclocking buy the cheapest you can get because performance differences, in particular impact on overall system performance, is minimal.

This OCZ RAM at Overclockers is the cheapest sensible 4GB kit I could fins - 46.99 + delivery - http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=MY-087-OC&groupid=701&catid=8&subcat=144&name=OCZ%204GB%20(2x2GB)%20PC2-5400C5%20Dual%20Channel%20Vista%20Upgrade%20Gold%20Series%20DDR2%20(OCZ2VU6674GK)

When you say about wanting 2 x 4GB kits is it because the mobo is limited to 2GB DIMMS. This 8GB kit is Just short of £150, but you'd have room to move up later
http://www.micomonline.co.uk/search.asp?searchtext=KVR533D2Q8R4K2/8G&go
#18
I've got one of these that I used as a desktop, upgraded ram with 2gb kit, usb sound card and I've fitted cheapo Graphics card. My old desktop use to be an AMD XP 2800 which I'd had for 5 yrs and never let me down. I couldn't afford to build the £700 quad machine I wanted to build, so I bought one of these for £111 its roughly 3 times faster than my old XP 2800. I can encode a film plus I can still burn a dvd and browse the net which I couldn't do with my old pc. Yesterday I ordered my son one from another company :) Pure bargain if you can't afford to build or buy a higher spec desktop / Dell, plus this is better built than the Dells people. :)
#19
ourdave
That's what I like about this place. Even if you don't get people asking innocent questions to give people chance to act like a smart-ass, the smart-asses just imagine the questions anyway. Sad acts.


wow someone got up on the wrong side of bed.... or does you room have no WINDOWS :w00t:

your just jelious that i can use a rat instead of a mouse..... and got better connectivity with a longer 'tail' :-D:whistling:
#20
Thanks - just ordered one to shove in the loft and install Windows Home Server (once the data corruption bug is fixed)

Going to have to do some reading up now, but I assume I can stick any SATA II drives in it?
#22
Does anybody know whether there’s is a limit on the size of hard disks I can put in this eg can I put two 1TB disks in now and maybe another two in the future.
#23
B_T
Offer expired 30 Apr:


Erm it has NOT expired.

"Free HP Care Pack Services & Double Memory Offer
1st May – 31st May 2008"

http://h40059.www4.hp.com/proliantdoublememory/


However qualifying memory (from http://h40059.www4.hp.com/proliantdoublememory/qualifying-products.html ) only seems to apply to the 512MB base models and not this 1GB model.



Also people should note that ther are differing reports of the amount of noise coming from this server.
#24
Looks like it already has the double memory, it only comes with 512mb as standard. And isn't the 3 year onsite warranty the care pack?
#25
ourdave
That's what I like about this place. Even if you don't get people asking innocent questions to give people chance to act like a smart-ass, the smart-asses just imagine the questions anyway. Sad acts.


Oh come on grow up and have a sense of humour - what I like about this place is the fact that everyone uses everything for a complete other purpose than its intention....ho hum:roll:
#26
MrShed
Oh come on grow up and have a sense of humour - what I like about this place is the fact that everyone uses everything for a complete other purpose than its intention....ho hum:roll:


true its a bit like organised chaos ,but you don't actually need to grow up to have a sense of humour, at least i've got one but have never grown up at all ;)
#27
Very nice. Would get this to replace my seven year old desktop but a bit strapped for cash at moment. 3 year warranty as well! Woe is me!

EDIT: Quick question - I'm guessing that replacing the optical drive (to DVD-RW) would invalidate the warranty?
#28
komakino
Very nice. Would get this to replace my seven year old desktop but a bit strapped fro cash at moment. 3 year warranty as well! Woe is me!

EDIT: Quick question - I'm guessing that replacing the optical drive (to DVD-RW) would invalidate the warranty?


It looks like it has 2 disk drive spaces from the picture, so possibly not. Would get someone to back me up on that.

With the operating system, you can probably download a free GUI linux operating system, usually about 600mb - 2gb easily burn-able to a disk.

Voted hot, may be an investment for installing files on.
#29
#30
No it wouldnt invalidate the warranty.
#31
Flipd
there is no denying that it is a great price, but is it a hot deal?
this is around the £105 - £110 pricepoint at a few other retailers, stock permitting.


These all look like one man band "run-your-own-IT-shop-out-of-a-box" web sites. Really bugs me how every search you try and do on Froogle etc. is now flooded with these, when you know they don't carry any stock (or even know what they're selling) and are mostly just agents for drop shipping suppliers. The new equivalent to running a Grattan catalogue I suppose!
#32
Not a bad deal but not that hot either really, this is about what you would pay buying and building it yourself, those lower end AMD chips are pennies these days and ram (DDR2) is cheap as anything, so for a company to buy the parts at discount etcetc its about right. The machine is still quite slow, but the ram is sufficient unless you like gaming in which case 2 gig is enough ( unless your running Vista in which case you cant plug enough ram in to any motherboard for that hungry piece of ****). Good for a cheapo kids pc or server thats really about it.
#33
Is it just me or are a few missing one small detail?
from reading the specs closely it appears you can shove another opteron in here making it a true dual cpu/ multi core machine.
If thats the case then you would be hard pushed to build one your self at that money
#34
#35
scousethief
Not a bad deal but not that hot either really, this is about what you would pay buying and building it yourself, those lower end AMD chips are pennies these days and ram (DDR2) is cheap as anything, so for a company to buy the parts at discount etcetc its about right. The machine is still quite slow, but the ram is sufficient unless you like gaming in which case 2 gig is enough ( unless your running Vista in which case you cant plug enough ram in to any motherboard for that hungry piece of ****). Good for a cheapo kids pc or server thats really about it.


You miss the point somewhat. Everything you say is correct, assuming it is a desktop PC - but it is not, you could not build this quality of server for the price, full stop.
#36
has to be hot
#37
MrShed
You miss the point somewhat. Everything you say is correct, assuming it is a desktop PC - but it is not, you could not build this quality of server for the price, full stop.


Yeah, this is hot, no comparison between cooking yourself and getting a takeaway ready meal. This stuff is a ready meal with 3 year warranty and service. The whole config is also certified and fully soaked tested to be reliable.
#38
So I can't just install XP on this and use it as a hard drive?

:oops:
#39
MrShed
You miss the point somewhat. Everything you say is correct, assuming it is a desktop PC - but it is not, you could not build this quality of server for the price, full stop.


Spot on. I couldn't have put it better myself. Thanks for saving my typing!
#40
B_T
Does anybody know whether there’s is a limit on the size of hard disks I can put in this eg can I put two 1TB disks in now and maybe another two in the future.


Manual says that is can have 4 disk drives.

But anyone know manual say can have 4*500gb so no TB drives?

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