Intel KHD2 HSRP 350 Server Case with 300W PSU @ Scan - £34.83 delivered - HotUKDeals
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Intel KHD2 HSRP 350 Server Case with 300W PSU @ Scan - £34.83 delivered

£34.83 @ Scan
Will be £22.99 for those with free delivery option. Quality server case with 300W PSU. Not for everyone but at this price is is a bargain for those looking to build a server. Have to order fr…
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8y, 2m agoFound 8 years, 2 months ago
Will be £22.99 for those with free delivery option.

Quality server case with 300W PSU.

Not for everyone but at this price is is a bargain for those looking to build a server.

Have to order from today only page "listed in super savers" to get this price.

Usually £67.03 delivered.
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#1
If you are building a server based on an intel server motherboard then you should be fine. It uses a special ide ribbon style connection for the front panel connectors. This means that for many motherboards you won't be able to connect the power button, hdd led, reset switch, etc.
#2
It's just a bit too large to be used as a home server. Good deal though.
#3
My god, Scan still have stock of this c**p? Save your hard-earned and avoid.
They were only asking £11.74 though last year.

For anyone with money to burn this may help:
[URL="ftp://download.intel.com//support/motherboards/server/chassis/sc5100/sc5100_pg.pdf"]ftp://download.intel.com//support/motherboards/server/chassis/sc5100/sc5100_pg.pdf[/URL]
#4
If you have a look at the Hexus forums you will see that the delivered spec varied quite a bit. Some got dual redundant PSUs and all fans populated, some got just what was listed.

People had mixed success with this but some got everything working OK.

Personally I agree, its too big for home and out of date for datacenters but it is CHEAP and is probably worth nearly the asking price as scrap metal alone . :whistling:
#5
I got this last year when it was about £12 or something. Absolute bargain if you know what you're buying!

I got the whole lots, dual PSU's, fans, 100's of screws, 5 bay hot swap SCSI...really, you definatley couldn't make it for £12! £35 is a bit steep though considering it's age...nothing new will fit and as mentioned, power, reset etc buttons won't work on modern boards.
#6
I bought one of these very cheaply last year, and I never got the front panel connected up. It's a very nicely made bit of scrap, really. I also got the twin PSUs, loads of fans etc.
banned#7
I modded one of these when they had them on offer last year to make a nice server for "specialised" video :)

Voted hot :)

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