Intel KHD2 HSRP 350 Server Case with 300W PSU - £20.84 delivered (or just £8.81 if you know how to g - HotUKDeals
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Scroll down to Super Savers on the today only page and its the 3rd one down. Click buy directly from 'today only' page to get at this price.

Massive discount.

Only £8.81 if you can get free delivery like me :) or collect.
£20.84 delivered.

Normally 356.39 + delivery!

The versatile Server Chassis SC5100 delivers outstanding flexibility and leading dual-processing features. It is very flexible, supporting two server boards, rack or pedestal configurations, single or redundant power supplies, and supports either IDE or SCSI hard drives. This chassis enables you to meet a variety of customer needs with one chassis.The Server Chassis SC5100 was designed for high availability. It offers six fans, for excellent system cooling, optional redundant hot-swap power supplies, and optional hot-swap SCSI hard drive bays. The Server Chassis SC5100 is built to ensure maximum server reliability and uptime.
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#1
Don't forget there's usually a minimum spend requirement of £20 ex VAT for the various free shipping offerings.
#2
300w in a server, good luck with that.

how do we get the free shipping (other than the free shipping for life that some hukd's got)?
#3
sej7278
...how do we get the free shipping (other than the free shipping for life that some hukd's got)?


Become a regular active member of Hexus or Bit-tech or CustomPC/PCPro forums or AVForums (thanks Flimber)

http://forums.hexus.net/scan-care-hexus/72583-hexus-net-forum-scan-carriage-all-please-read.html

http://forums.bit-tech.net/showthread.php?t=135466

http://www.pcpro.co.uk/phpbb/viewtopic.php?t=218829

http://www.avforums.com/forums/scan_offer.php
#4
Just ordered mine ... but got no acknowledgment email as yet :-(
#5
sej7278
300w in a server, good luck with that.

how do we get the free shipping (other than the free shipping for life that some hukd's got)?


Or AVFORUMS.
#6
charlie12
Don't forget there's usually a minimum spend requirement of £20 ex VAT for the various free shipping offerings.


I've placed a few orders varying in price from £5 - £15, and have still got my free shipping. Mine is the "i29" free delivery for life offer.
#7
True...but my one order every 4mths or so probably won't break them!
#8
When they gave everyone and his dog free deliveries from the i29, they specifically said that orders need to be over £20 in a follow-up email.

But this email was possibly only sent to those that applied but didn't go to the actual i29 event.
#9
wywywywy
When they gave everyone and his dog free deliveries from the i29, they specifically said that orders need to be over £20 in a follow-up email.

But this email was possibly only sent to those that applied but didn't go to the actual i29 event.


I've just checked and it is mentioned in the email:


There is a great deal of trust and good faith in this offer and in the spirit of this we have not set a strict minimum order value. Nevertheless, in all fairness we will need to monitor orders placed and in any cases where repeat orders come through of less than £20 we reserve the right to review your entitlement to free carriage to our discretion. Please bear in mind if we do feel the need to contact you in cases like this we will do so amicably and work on a case-by-case basis, treating each one on it's individual merits and we will do everything we can to resolve any issues in a positive way.
#10
So when it says "optional" hot swap PSU and scsi drives, does that mean it doesn't come with the backplane and caddy's "as is" ?
#11
The title on Scan indicates a 300psu but the 'tech spec' on the scan site has a red cross against the psu ... does it come with a psu or not?
#12
Perfect just what I was after for my 'Server under a tenner' project. Cheers.
#13
orderd 2 to justify the shipping costs .

gonna give the other 1 away
#14
Been on here before at a similar price http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=99411&highlight=server+case

Its good i guess if you need a dated server case, but not really the bargain it might at first appear
#15


I am registered at avforums.com
How do I get the free delivery?
#16
valentins
I am registered at avforums.com
How do I get the free delivery?


try reading the front page


http://www.avforums.com/index.php

you might have missed it like me if you have only the forum links bookmarked
#17
emu
try reading the front page


http://www.avforums.com/index.php

you might have missed it like me if you have only the forum links bookmarked


Thanks emu! :thumbsup:
#18
This deal is a great example of how people, though not all, become "bargain-blind"; whereby low-prices lead to tunnel vision and the actual suitability/functionality/quality of the item becomes the last consideration. Anyways good-luck to all who purchase with a clear understanding of this chassis and to those who don't I say "yah boo sucks".:thumbsup:
#19
I actually already have this exact same chassis, but its RM branded, so for under a tenner I get the exact same case and spare PSU for it :) Couldn't be happier. Also bundled it with a "Jou-Jye Black SNT-3141 4 Bay SATA Hot Swap Rack fits into 3x5.25" Bays"

So now my 5 SCSI drives and 4 Sata drives will have nice cosey homes :) hehe
#20
If it's any help, I bought this case and it's a bit of a white elephant. The one I had came with a 350w PSU and the full hot-swap back plane for the 5 disk caddy. You can remove the back plane and just fit your 3.5" SATA HDDs in the caddy.

The snags are:

1. The PSU may not be compatible with an ordinary modern motherboard. (I don't know because I have never got it running because of problem 2 below.) Also, one chap complained that the PSU switches itself off after a few seconds.

2. There is a proprietary front panel connector for connecting the on/off switch, reset switch and the LEDs to an intel server motherboard. There's no easy way to connect this to an ordinary motherboard. So, you can't use the case switches to turn the computer on/off or do a reset.

It's a bit of fun for a tenner, but probably not worth anything.
1 Like #21
GDB2222
If it's any help, I bought this case and it's a bit of a white elephant. The one I had came with a 350w PSU and the full hot-swap back plane for the 5 disk caddy. You can remove the back plane and just fit your 3.5" SATA HDDs in the caddy.

The snags are:

1. The PSU may not be compatible with an ordinary modern motherboard. (I don't know because I have never got it running because of problem 2 below.) Also, one chap complained that the PSU switches itself off after a few seconds.

2. There is a proprietary front panel connector for connecting the on/off switch, reset switch and the LEDs to an intel server motherboard. There's no easy way to connect this to an ordinary motherboard. So, you can't use the case switches to turn the computer on/off or do a reset.

It's a bit of fun for a tenner, but probably not worth anything.


Just to support this guys comments, unless you're a wiz at modding cables or have an old server motherboard with this connection, I wouldn't bother with this case. I only got one because I've already got this exact same case and fancied a spare :w00t:

My motherboard is the STL2 (dual P3 board) and it works fine with this case.

http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/server/stl2/

http://www.gearxs.com/gearxs/images/G7ESZ-STL2.jpg
#22
Whooo voted hot my friend
#23
Has anyone got the rackmount rails in the box?
Because I haven't.
Are they an optional accessory?
#24
Damn. A day late... :(
I'd have got the free shipping too. Plus it would have been perfect for my Intel board.
mrluke
orderd 2 to justify the shipping costs .

gonna give the other 1 away

/me smiles sweetly at mrluke...;)
#25
is this a wine cooler?
#26
ydaermi
is this a wine cooler?

Could be... with a bit of modding! :-D

(only joking - it's a computer case ;-) )

Was only a one-day deal though, unfortunately.
#27
Does this work with a standard adaptec PCI scsi controller? When I looked at it before it seemed that the backplane might need a special extra interface?
#28
GDB2222
If it's any help, I bought this case and it's a bit of a white elephant. The one I had came with a 350w PSU and the full hot-swap back plane for the 5 disk caddy. You can remove the back plane and just fit your 3.5" SATA HDDs in the caddy.

The snags are:

1. The PSU may not be compatible with an ordinary modern motherboard. (I don't know because I have never got it running because of problem 2 below.) Also, one chap complained that the PSU switches itself off after a few seconds.

2. There is a proprietary front panel connector for connecting the on/off switch, reset switch and the LEDs to an intel server motherboard. There's no easy way to connect this to an ordinary motherboard. So, you can't use the case switches to turn the computer on/off or do a reset.

It's a bit of fun for a tenner, but probably not worth anything.



This might help a bit..... Its the pinouts...
http://img139.imageshack.us/img139/4449/ssiservercasepg0.png

Also, if you've got 2 minutes and a pair of pliars and some electrical tape, you can change the Intrusion detection system into a power switch, which will give you basic functionality.


I havent worked out wether the Psu works with standard ATX mobo's yet, but i dont think it will. however, i think this case was a real bargain, as a home server case. Thanks.

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