Lenovo Thinkstation C20 Tower PC DUAL Quad Core Xeon E5620 2.4GHz 12GB 2TB NVidia NVS 300 Windows 7 Pro Refurbished / Grade A1 £279.95 @ Morgan computers with code
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Lenovo Thinkstation C20 Tower PC DUAL Quad Core Xeon E5620 2.4GHz 12GB 2TB NVidia NVS 300 Windows 7 Pro Refurbished / Grade A1 £279.95 @ Morgan computers with code

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Found 13th Feb
Lenovo Thinkstation C20 Tower PC DUAL Quad Core Xeon E5620 2.4GHz 12GB 2TB NVidia NVS 300 Windows 7 Pro (Refurbished / Grade A1) @ £274.96 ext £274.96

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Creatishh13th Feb

what can this be compared to?


A penguin.
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what can this be compared to?
Creatishh13th Feb

what can this be compared to?


A penguin.
It's a bit on the high side, but how often do you see two cpu quad core? Pity no USB3
Creatishh13th Feb

what can this be compared to?


A summers day?. failing that, use something like cpuboss.com
Edited by: "joepineapples901" 13th Feb
Unfortunately lacking USB3 and HDMI connectors.
Reckon this could run Fortnite?
Good for a Plex server?
unuspromulti13th Feb

Good for a Plex server?


I’ll be using it as a VMware ESXi server for testing, plex would work brilliant on this, might be over spec’d for plex. This had the DMS-59 adaptor so run dual display port from the graphics card! You don’t need HDMI! That’s a bargain for the spec
one2omg7 m ago

Reckon this could run Fortnite?


Yes looking at the specs of the game
drivel12 m ago

Unfortunately lacking USB3 and HDMI connectors.



For the price put some USB3 ports in on 1 of the PCI-e slots
Any idea how noisy this would be? Thinking of getting one as a esxi machine, but may have to shove it in a cupboard if it's loud!
This is the most 90s flyer I've ever seen!
RunningSquid8 m ago

This is the most 90s flyer I've ever seen!


I remember them well. When they used to have physical shops!
Edited by: "LesD" 13th Feb
This is an old server so I would expect it to be very noisy, surely a bigger problem would be the power , two CPU's and an aged power supply .. still it would chew thru a lot of workloads with ease.
2x80w ...
I like the idea of 96gb of ram ..not sure how that affects power use.
GwanGy7 m ago

This is an old server so I would expect it to be very noisy, surely a …This is an old server so I would expect it to be very noisy, surely a bigger problem would be the power , two CPU's and an aged power supply .. still it would chew thru a lot of workloads with ease.2x80w ... I like the idea of 96gb of ram ..not sure how that affects power use.


the RAM would be negligible in power consumption compared to the CPU's.

As for chewing through the work load I wouldn't count on it.
Had a mate set up an old DL380 G6 and that would bottle neck under load.

If you have a specific task that you need completed and it is mission critical to your work or income and even if you want to get the most suitable item for your needs that are recreational I would highly recommend doing lots of research into what it is you want accomplished and the spec's required then allow headroom for future growth.
hmmm not really sure if I'd rather put the money towards something newer like an i3 or i5 desktop that would probably be more economical to run and quieter (I assume) - the Xeon E5620 seems to be similar, or slightly lower performer than an i7 3370k so benchmarks suggest.
GwanGy2 h, 37 m ago

This is an old server so I would expect it to be very noisy, surely a …This is an old server so I would expect it to be very noisy, surely a bigger problem would be the power , two CPU's and an aged power supply .. still it would chew thru a lot of workloads with ease.2x80w ... I like the idea of 96gb of ram ..not sure how that affects power use.


This is an old workstation not a server. That means it was originally intended to sit on someone's desk so it should be... hmm... not quiet as such, but someone will have at least considered noise while designing the thing.
I need a PC to run 4 monitors but dont have a clue where to start. Can anyone point me in the direction of a PC I can hook 4 monitors up to?
greavesy198413th Feb

I need a PC to run 4 monitors but dont have a clue where to start. Can …I need a PC to run 4 monitors but dont have a clue where to start. Can anyone point me in the direction of a PC I can hook 4 monitors up to?


Other than needing to connect 4 monitors what will you need your pc to do?
burntoast14th Feb

Other than needing to connect 4 monitors what will you need your pc to do?


I'm a stock trader, so I just want to display several websites and use Excel.
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