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HP ProLiant ML10 Gen9 Pentium G4400 v5 2/3.4GHz 4GB Tower Server - £206.99 (£144.99 AFTER CASHBACK) @ Ebuyer
HP ProLiant ML10 Gen9 Pentium G4400 v5 2/3.4GHz 4GB Tower Server - £206.99 (£144.99 AFTER CASHBACK) @ Ebuyer

HP ProLiant ML10 Gen9 Pentium G4400 v5 2/3.4GHz 4GB Tower Server - £206.99 (£144.99 AFTER CASHBACK) @ Ebuyer

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Was looking at the G8 Microserver and noticed the ML10 G9 tower server. Looks a good deal for a home or small business.

Spec:

4GB Memory Installed 64GB Max

HDD not included

Bays4 (total) / 4 (free) x internal 3.5" LFF

CPU- Intel Pentium G4400 / 3.3 GHz

£60 cashback now available until end of Jan 2017. Credit to chomper for notifying.

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HPE ProLiant ML10 Gen9 Pentium G4400 v5 2/3.4GHz 4GB Tower Server Product Description

Are you searching for an entry-level server solution with performance and reliability for your valuable data to replace a standard desktop unit? The HPE ProLiant ML10 Gen9 Server provides server level performance in a quiet, compact size that is easy to deploy in your home or your small business. It's affordable price will drive you to your first server to replace previous workstation solutions.  The expandability helps to deliver the required workloads and the performance will decrease potential data loss. As the lowest acquisition cost 1P tower in the Hewlett Packard Enterprise server family, the ML10 Gen9 Server is the right choice for your first server. 
Features 
Low Acquisition Cost with Server Level Performance  The HPE ProLiant ML10 Gen9 Server offers the right server technology for home or small businesses looking for performance and features at an affordable price.  Embedded Intel® AMT Management module with remote console, Web browser GUI and remote power on/off.  Intel chipset supports RSTe SATA RAID disk drives to improve the performance for workloads. 
Efficiency and Expandability to Fit the Needs of Growing, Budget-Conscious Businesses  The HPE ProLiant ML10 Gen9 Server offers expandability with internal support for up to six Large Form Factor (LFF) disk drives and increased I/O expansion.  Configured with the Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) boot mode allows provisioning both locally and remotely with either Intelligent Provisioning or Scripting Toolkits.  With the optional HPE H241 Smart Host Bus Adapter your get the flexibility to run in HBA mode or simple RAID mode. When operating in simple RAID mode, it provides RAID 0, RAID 1, and RAID 5 with optional HPE Secure Encryption capabilities. 
Workstation Oriented Design for Better Performance  The HPE ProLiant ML10 Gen9 Server graphics processing unit (GPU) supports two single wide and one double wide GPU card to boost performance in graphic and VDI applications for financial services, education, scientific research, and medical imaging.  It supports the Intel Xeon® E3-1200 v5 processor in a 4U chassis offering increased performance and efficiency.  Server class technology allows for 24x7 business operation, offering higher reliability and longer lifecycle.
Processor - Intel Pentium G4400 - 3.3 GHz
RAM - 4 GB/ 64GB Max
Optical Drive - None
Warranty - 1 year warranty On-site

I'm struggling to decide between this and the microserver for a home NAS but I think I'm leaning towards a microserver.

Microserver has small size, dual nics and to a small degree price over this.

This has a newer CPU, one more SATA port and a whole lot of room for more sticks of DDR4, more PCIE cards etc. for not a lot more money.

I've got some ECC DDR3 kicking around for the microserver though so that sways me :P
Edited by: "CampGareth" 28th Sep 2016

CampGareth

I'm struggling to decide between this and the microserver for a home NAS … I'm struggling to decide between this and the microserver for a home NAS but I think I'm leaning towards a microserver. Microserver has small size, dual nics and to a small degree price over this.This has a newer CPU, one more SATA port and a whole lot of room for more sticks of DDR4, more PCIE cards etc. for not a lot more money.



Power consumption?

Slightly cheaper at serversplus @ £165.29

3guesses

Power consumption?



Probably not a lot different from the Gen8 Microserver - I'd guess in the range 30 to 35W excluding disks.

I've the nl54 and used a ssd for main drive, runs and uploads weather and also flight radar. Updated to Win 10 and runs a treat so this should be a good unit.
If camera lens hadn't bust I'd upgrade to this.

OrribleHarry

Depending on what you need but one PCI slots are a limiting factor on … Depending on what you need but one PCI slots are a limiting factor on microserver.



Hot from me though!

if it was the xeon I would get rid of my noisy gen 8 in a second shame

OrribleHarry

Slightly cheaper at serversplus @ £165.29



Avoid buying from ServersPlus. Their post sales support is abysmal IMHO. A sales rep of theirs bombarded me with abusive emails making accusations suggesting I was making a deluded attempt to get a refund (those were his very words) despite the fact that I was requesting replacement parts and furthermore it was him that offered a refund (that he subsequently rescinded on). Never received an apology. Would've thought Target Components who own Servers Plus would listen to a complaint of this nature and offer an apology but they seemingly did not want to know.
Edited by: "daviescr" 29th Sep 2016

Original Poster

The £40 cashback is only available until 31st October....

£60 cash back on the ProLiant ML10 Gen9 this month!

If you purchase HPE ProLiant ML10 Gen9 (part code 837826-421) between the 1st November 2016 and 31st January 2017 you can claim £60 cash back. Just fill in the claim form below.

yeh £144.99 now after CB

Original Poster

Even better deal with the improved cashback until Jan 2017

now down to £104 after cashback...
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