Just got a couple of servers that I'm looking to get rid of as they're taking up space and I no longer need them.
The black tower has a single 3ghz Xeon (Irwindale), Intel SE7320SP2 motherboard (supports 2 CPU's, only 1 installed), LSI MegaRAID SCSI card. All working, no hard drives or RAM are installed though. It takes DDR ECC RAM. (£20)
The large beige one has a P4 (3ghz I think), 1GB ECC RAM, 2x SCSI RAID cards. All working but no hard drives. (£15)
Thanks for looking :)
The beige Chenbro Case is an absoloute beast. I've got one sitting here waiting to do some kind of mad modding project but I cant think of anything big enough to need a case that beasty :D
Haven't seen a server like the beige one in years (2004 to be precise, when we were upgrading our network). I remember it well though, because it took two of us to lift it into the skip. Before we got rid of it we used to use it as a table top for our kettle.
You're welcome to have it.. :P
Originally Posted by Hightower
I'm not sure how old it is.. I think it probably started out with a dual PII or PIII server board... The current motherboard/CPU were installed in 2007 I think.
We found 2 of those beige beasties that had been forgotten about at the back of a storage dump a few years ago.
We kept them hanging around for a few months for the 'I'll mod that one day' project like Butuz, but eventually dumped them. Of course, that was after we'd ridden them like chariots around the hall for a bit and looked at the logistics of turning them into remote control mobile tables/robot wars machines (would'a been more expensive than it was useful).
Is the black chassis still available?
Hi Matt, they're both still available.
Bump, both servers are still available. I'm open to reasonable offers on them, it'd be a shame to scrap them.
We still use the beige type one - it takes standard ATX motherboards and an obscene number of hard drives, so it's now our main file server with a Core 2 Duo inside. Originally had a dual PII board.
I'd pay for courier here, plus some beer money :) would have a use for both.