Dell PowerEdge T20 Xeon E3-1225V3 3.2 GHz 4GB RAM 1TB HDD Tower Server - £216.58 @ Serversdirect
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Dell PowerEdge T20 Xeon E3-1225V3 3.2 GHz 4GB RAM 1TB HDD Tower Server - £216.58 @ Serversdirect

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Found 17th May 2017
The PowerEdge T20 server packs large internal storage capacity and capable performance into a quiet mini tower chassis designed to deliver efficient and worry-free operation. With the T20, data and applications from multiple desktops and workstations can be consolidated onto a single server to boost collaboration and productivity.

Processor - E3-1225V3 Intel Xeon E3 v3 E3-1225V3
RAM - 4 GB
Operating System - N
Hard Drive - 1 TB
Optical Drive - N
Warranty - 1 year warranty
Form Factor - Mini tower
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    This is ex VAT
    http://www.serversplus.com/servers/tower_servers/dell_tower_servers/20-3708

    serverplus cheaper and free delivery...
    jasonli

    http://www.serversplus.com/servers/tower_servers/dell_tower_servers/20-3708serverplus cheaper and free delivery...


    More expensive with VAT
    jimbob12345

    More expensive with VAT



    It's actually cheaper. OP didn't include VAT in the price. He needs to edit the title to read £264.85 inc VAT and Delivery.


    Just get a used dual xeon r710, from eBay, poos all over this.

    Edited by: "powerbrick" 17th May 2017
    Hit the 'laptopsdirect' tab if you want prices with VAT to be shown.
    Just wait for another cashback on this. £220 after cashback INCLUDING VAT in December.

    No update to headline that this is £260+ including VAT

    Or a Dell T110ii, 16Gb, 2Gb disks from eBay for £110
    Edited by: "Ian2014" 17th May 2017
    Ian2014

    Just wait for another cashback on this. £220 after cashback INCLUDING VAT … Just wait for another cashback on this. £220 after cashback INCLUDING VAT in December.No update to headline that this is £260+ including VATOr a Dell T110ii, 16Gb, 2Gb disks from eBay for £110


    Where?
    R710 is miles better, quad gigabit nic, Perc 6 raid, dual power supplies, remote managment card.
    powerbrick

    Where?R710 is miles better, quad gigabit nic, Perc 6 raid, dual power … Where?R710 is miles better, quad gigabit nic, Perc 6 raid, dual power supplies, remote managment card.



    Only if you need it, otherwise it's just wasting electricity. I'm fairly confident, most people on HUKD don't have a wired network capable of utilising twin network ports, let alone quad.

    mike
    mbuckhurst

    Only if you need it, otherwise it's just wasting electricity. I'm fairly … Only if you need it, otherwise it's just wasting electricity. I'm fairly confident, most people on HUKD don't have a wired network capable of utilising twin network ports, let alone quad.mike


    ??? Everybody should have the own little homelab
    powerbrick

    ??? Everybody should have the own little homelab



    ​I wrongly assume everyone has full gigabit, POE and storage sans but alas
    Am hoping for a TS150 deal sometime this summer.

    Am hoping for a TS150 deal sometime this summer.



    Ha ha (_;) - given up on that so bought a used Dell T110ii like this

    ebay.co.uk/itm…258
    hi all im just looking in to building a unraid server... i was looking at basing it around a node 304 with a used Haswell i5 (exact one tba)

    does anyone have a link to an alternative premade server what i should consider?
    I'm looking for a server that is cheap but can also run EsXi 6.5 Any suggestions peeps?
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