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HP Micro server - £178.98 (£118.98 after cashback) @ Ebuyer
HP Micro server - £178.98 (£118.98 after cashback) @ Ebuyer

HP Micro server - £178.98 (£118.98 after cashback) @ Ebuyer

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HPE ProLiant Gen8 G1610T 819185-421 4GB RAM MicroServer

£178.98 inc. vat
£118.98 after cashback

Brilliant for a small home server - has RAID - you must buy hard drives for it.

Technical Specifications
Storage Controller
Type 1 x SATA - PCIe 2.0
Controller Interface Type SATA 6Gb/s
Storage Controller Name HP Dynamic Smart Array B120i
Channel Qty 5
RAID Level RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 10
RAM
Memory Speed 1600 MHz
Memory Specification Compliance PC3-12800 (1600 MHz)
Installed Size 4 GB / 16 GB (max)
Technology DDR3 SDRAM - ECC
Effective Memory Speed 1600 MHz
Form Factor DIMM 240-pin
Features Unbuffered, HP SmartMemory
Configuration Features 1 x 4 GB
Manufacturer Warranty
Service & Support Limited warranty - parts - 1 year - response time: next business day
Service & Support Details Limited warranty - parts - 1 year - response time: next business day
General
Type Server
Product Form Factor Ultra micro tower
Server Scalability 1-way
Internal Bays Qty 4
Front Accessible Bays Qty 1
Localisation Europe
Processor / Chipset
CPU Intel Celeron G1610T / 2.3 GHz
Number of Cores Dual-Core
CPU Qty 1
Max CPU Qty 1
CPU Upgradability Upgradable
Chipset Type Intel C204
Cache Memory
Installed Size L3 Cache - 2 MB
Cache Per Processor 2 MB
Hard Drive
Type No HDD
Monitor
Monitor Type None.
Graphics Controller
Graphics Processor Matrox G200
Video Interfaces VGA
Networking
Interface (Bus) Type PCI Express x1
Ethernet Ports 2 x Gigabit Ethernet
Ethernet Controller HP NC332i
Data Link Protocol Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet
Remote Management Controller Integrated Lights-Out 4
Features Wake on LAN (WoL), PXE support
Compliant Standards IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.3u, IEEE 802.3ab, IEEE 802.3az
Expansion / Connectivity
Bays 1 (total) / 1 (free) x external 5.25" ¦ 4 (total) / 4 (free) x internal 3.5" LFF
Slots 1 (total) / 1 (free) x PCIe 2.0 x16 - low-profile ¦ 2 (total) / 1 (free) x DIMM 240-pin ¦ 1 (total) / 0 (free) x CPU ¦ 1 (total) / 1 (free) x microSD Card (internal)
Interfaces 1 x VGA ¦ 5 x USB 2.0 ( 2 front, 2 rear, 1 internal ) ¦ 2 x LAN (Gigabit Ethernet) ¦ 1 x HP iLO ¦ 2 x USB 3.0
Miscellaneous
Features Setup Password
Compliant Standards ACPI 2.0b, FCC Class B certified, EN 61000-3-2, EN55022, ICES-003, EN 61000-3-3, EN55024, CISPR 22, FCC CFR47 Part 15, IEC 60950-1, EN 60950-1, WEEE, BSMI CNS 13438, GB 9254
Power
Device Type Power supply
Nominal Voltage AC 120/230 V ( 50/60 Hz )
Power Provided 150 Watt
Operating System / Software
OS Certified SuSE Linux Enterprise Server, Microsoft Windows Server, Red Hat Enterprise Linux
Dimensions & Weight
Width 23 cm
Depth 24.5 cm
Height 23.24 cm
Weight 6.8 kg
Environmental Parameters
Min Operating Temperature 10 °C
Max Operating Temperature 35 °C
Humidity Range Operating 10 - 90% (non-condensing)

33 Comments

I have a Seagate NAS which keeps undocking from my MAC and thinking of upgrading to this? Would be the best HDD to add to it?

gwmackay

I have a Seagate NAS which keeps undocking from my MAC and thinking of … I have a Seagate NAS which keeps undocking from my MAC and thinking of upgrading to this? Would be the best HDD to add to it?



Some WD reds are always a good bet. Cheapy desktop drives will be fine for a bit but then they break and make you cry. If you can, RAID them up. Could then back it all up to your NAS just incase

I am on my second HP Microserver with this the gen 8 my second server now and they are a great bit of kit. I upgraded the CPU to a Xeon 4 core and 16Gb ram and runiing Windows server 2012 it never misses a beat.

Original Poster

You can get 1TB disks for less than £60 (Western Digital RED NAS disks - built to be on 24/7)
ebuyer.com/390…frx

xBradzx

You can get 1TB disks for less than £60 (Western Digital RED NAS disks - … You can get 1TB disks for less than £60 (Western Digital RED NAS disks - built to be on 24/7)http://www.ebuyer.com/390983-wd-red-1tb-3-5-sata-nas-hard-drive-wd10efrx


Is that the same as this at £52.99?
amazon.co.uk/Red…h=1

Original Poster

both 3.5" so looks it!

if your after this for a server and have Plex. hold off, cloud streaming is coming.

ayaz51

if your after this for a server and have Plex. hold off, cloud streaming … if your after this for a server and have Plex. hold off, cloud streaming is coming.



That is exactly what I would be running on it. I will hold off. Do you have a suggested release date/quarter?

gwmackay

That is exactly what I would be running on it. I will hold off. Do you … That is exactly what I would be running on it. I will hold off. Do you have a suggested release date/quarter?


nope, if your a paid Plex sign up for the beta. sign up for amazon cloud drive, start uploading yer films. should be sometime this year hopefully

sign up for amazon cloud drive


Just two things 1) They promise never to look at your stuff
2) uploading terabytes would take a loooong time, weeks, months ??

tempted to grab this. my Seagate central NAS died 2 days ago after basically 2 and a half years always on. Or do I just grab a cheaper NAS like the wd red... argh!

GwanGy

Just two things 1) They promise never to look at your stuff … Just two things 1) They promise never to look at your stuff 2) uploading terabytes would take a loooong time, weeks, months ??


One more thing, 3) Monthly subscriptions suck for this kind of thing. Eventually when you want to stop paying you have all your stuff in the cloud and have to download tons of data and still need somewhere to store it. Cloud as a BACKUP is a fantastic solution but as the main server it wouldn't really suit me unless I have a local backup, and in that case this will still be useful...

I think this is a good deal.
I've been using a QNAP for years as backup but it's now getting full so I have ordered one of these to increase capacity.
From experience I would use WD red HDDs and configure them in RAID. I originally had standard Seagate discs but these have each failed in turn.
RAID loses some capacity but to simply pull out the faulty drive, plug in a new one and let the server fester until the array has rebuilt makes it so easy; with added peace of mind.
Heat added.

Would this be much of an upgrade over an N40L? I find Plex sometimes struggles on that when serving up larger MKVs.

Any chance new generation will show up soon? Don't want to buy now and regret.

gamblor

Would this be much of an upgrade over an N40L? I find Plex sometimes … Would this be much of an upgrade over an N40L? I find Plex sometimes struggles on that when serving up larger MKVs.



Are you using it to transcode too, mine stills serves blu ray remuxs and ISOs perfectly so can't find a proper reason to replace it

sailo

Any chance new generation will show up soon? Don't want to buy now and … Any chance new generation will show up soon? Don't want to buy now and regret.



This is the new generation!

Does anybody know how would this would compare to the QNAP TS-253A-4G as a Plex Media Server?

admirable

This is the new generation!


This generation microserver has been available for three years. That's not what I call new.

Amazon is still doing the 20% off student deal on Warehouse products. I bought 2x2TB + 1x1TB WD Red. The 2 TB ones were nearly new (26 hours run time) the 1 TB was new. Today is the last day for this offer.

I've also upgraded the CPU to an i3 for £35 from ebay and added 16 GB of RAM, again Amazon Warehouse for £64 ish

Claiming the cashback was easy, sent in the form and received an email a couple of days later saying I will receive my cheque soon. Bought it from ebuyer

I've installed ESX on it and at the moment only running a Windows 2012 server on it with 3 virtual disks linked to the 3 physical disks. I disabled the RAID as it is not really a backup system. Setup backup tasks in W2012 instead, in case something goes wrong ...
Edited by: "dante2000" 11th Nov 2016

This is synology? Mirrored

GwanGy

Just two things 1) They promise never to look at your stuff … Just two things 1) They promise never to look at your stuff 2) uploading terabytes would take a loooong time, weeks, months ??


This would not protect you from fire , theft or flooding

GwanGy

Just two things 1) They promise never to look at your stuff … Just two things 1) They promise never to look at your stuff 2) uploading terabytes would take a loooong time, weeks, months ??



Where does it state Amazon promise to 'never look at your stuff' and does that include promising to never grant access to prosecutors/authority? Just curious

b1g1an

Are you using it to transcode too, mine stills serves blu ray remuxs and … Are you using it to transcode too, mine stills serves blu ray remuxs and ISOs perfectly so can't find a proper reason to replace it



Indeed I am, hence thought a processor bump might help. Truth be told it's not a regular enough issue to warrant the spend, but still...

gamblor

Indeed I am, hence thought a processor bump might help. Truth be told … Indeed I am, hence thought a processor bump might help. Truth be told it's not a regular enough issue to warrant the spend, but still...


I could actually feel the difference in power between N54L and Gen8 so I would say it would be a good upgrade from N40L.

JoeSpur

I could actually feel the difference in power between N54L and Gen8 so I … I could actually feel the difference in power between N54L and Gen8 so I would say it would be a good upgrade from N40L.


Mate, I am still on N36L X)

Can anyone recommend a good cheap and cheerful graphics cqrd for this? I'd like sound via hdmi.
Edited by: "ilepak" 12th Nov 2016

Anyone else doing thus deal. Ebuyer postage to Ni is a killer

ilepak

Can anyone recommend a good cheap and cheerful graphics cqrd for this? … Can anyone recommend a good cheap and cheerful graphics cqrd for this? I'd like sound via hdmi.


Just to let you know beforehand, adding a graphics card will probably make the system fans spin louder. I had a fanless Radeon in mine and the fans went from silent to very audible.

sailo

Mate, I am still on N36L X)


I've got two N36L's and an N40L! Still working great, admittedly one of the N36L's is on under 10 hours usage (impulse buy), but the other N36 & N40L have had a lot of use, all 6 years old.

dcx_badass

I've got two N36L's and an N40L! Still working great, admittedly one of … I've got two N36L's and an N40L! Still working great, admittedly one of the N36L's is on under 10 hours usage (impulse buy), but the other N36 & N40L have had a lot of use, all 6 years old.


I sold N54L after buying Gen8. I always wonder whether I should have kept it, everyone seems to have 2 or 3 of these Microservers, but why would a home need more than one? Surely the whole point of having one is to keep everything in one place?

JoeSpur

I sold N54L after buying Gen8. I always wonder whether I should have kept … I sold N54L after buying Gen8. I always wonder whether I should have kept it, everyone seems to have 2 or 3 of these Microservers, but why would a home need more than one? Surely the whole point of having one is to keep everything in one place?



​limited your risk if something was to happen to one of the servers. personally my n54l is used as a media server running plex , on 24/7/365. could do with the extra CPU power for plex and as I do simple web browsing time to time and with 10+ tabs open it maxes.
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