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    Get your servers! Intel SR2500 dual x5365 16gb ram, 5x 500gb hdd, 1u SM's & IBM's,RTO

    Its time for more hardware specials. If you need a custom configuration feel free to email our sales staff and we will see what can be done.
    If you have a dedicated server with us, you can colo this and we will provide a free gige link to the dedicated server(s). Many clients have mixed and matched colo and dedicated servers with us.

    We offer RTO (Rent to own) on all these servers, we have a few different network offerings, please email your requirements. [email protected]

    If you need pictures or anything else, just let us know. Search for WebNX and you will find we have many good reviews and see that we have sold quite a few servers to WHT members.

    On with the list…..

    Like New, INTEL SR2500, Dual Clovertown 5365, 16GB Ram, 5x 500GB SATA
    These are lightly used for testing, complete with rail kit and PCIE/X Riser
    2x Intel Clovertown 5345 cpus (8 cores at 2.33GHZ each)
    16GB FB DDR2 ECC 8x 2GB 4 open slots
    5x 500GB WD Raid ED 7200 RPM sata Drives
    LSi PCI-e Raid 0/1/5/10 card (4 port)
    Full Genuine intel setup 2x GIGE nics, 2x PCi-E 1x pci-x riser
    $3500 OBO

    SuperMicro 2u Dual Opteron 270, 2GB Ram, 4x 36gb 15k rpm scsi
    Almost new Supermicro setup, still has the plastic on the case!
    2x dual core 270 cpus, 4x 2.0ghz (other speeds in stock)
    4x 512MB reg ddr ecc (plenty of ram in stock for upgrades)
    4x 36gb 15,000 rpm scsi drives
    $999

    SuperMicro 1u Dual Opteron 270, 2GB Ram, 4x 250gb sata w/ 3ware raid card
    Almost new Supermicro setup, still has the plastic on the case!
    2x dual core 270 cpus, 4x 2.0ghz (other speeds in stock)
    4x 512MB reg ddr ecc (plenty of ram in stock for upgrades)
    4x 250gb WD Raid ED drives with a 3ware raid 0/1/5/10 card
    $999

    New IBM 1u Dual Opteron 280, 2GB ram, 2x 36gb 15k rpm scsi w/ raid 1
    Brand spanking new IBM 326M complete with rail kit
    2x AMD Opteron 280, 4 cores at 2.4ghz
    8GB Reg ddr ecc 8x 1GB Reg DDR ECC 3200
    2x 36gb 15k rpm scsi (other sizes in stock)
    $1500

    1u IBM 325 Dual Opteron, 2GB ram, 2x 73gb scsi
    A client recently upgraded, time to let these go, very good bang for buck
    Genuine IBM, high quality 1u
    2 AMD Opteron 242 (have 248, 250, 252 and 254 cpus in stock, email for faster chips)
    2GB ram, 4x 512MB chips (other sizes in stock)
    2x 73GB10k rpm SCSI with raid 1
    $450

    We should have a few more pop up this weekend.


    Like always, the servers go fast. Let us know if you need a custom setup or any of these servers altered.

    You can post here or email us at [email protected]
    Daniel Pautz - WebNX, Inc. dan >< WebNX.com
    WebNX.com Enterprise Hosting Solutions – Los Angeles and Manhattan NewYork based Servers
    High end Dedicated Servers at reasonable prices and a Premium network with 9x providers route optimized with the Noction IRP

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    That IBM Dual Opteron, does it have SATA?

    How many extra hard-drives can it handle?

    btw; could we meet and talk some business? PM me.
    ^_^

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    Is that a Dual Clovertown 5365 or is it a 5345? Also, it seems like the price went up by 500 as the same config was 3000 in the last ad with the same amount of ram. Can you confirm that the price is correct at 3500?

    Last ad posted;

    Like New, INTEL SR2500, Dual Clovertown 5345, 16GB Ram, 4x 500GB SATA
    These are lightly used for testing, complete with rail kit and PCIE/X Riser
    2x Intel Clovertown 5345 cpus (8 cores at 2.33GHZ each)
    16GB FB DDR2 ECC 8x 2GB 4 open slots
    4x 500GB WD Raid ED 7200 RPM sata Drives
    Full Genuine intel setup 2x GIGE nics, 2x PCi-E 1x pci-x riser
    $3000 OBO

    Also is this one with 2gb ram or 8gb?

    New IBM 1u Dual Opteron 280, 2GB ram, 2x 36gb 15k rpm scsi w/ raid 1
    Brand spanking new IBM 326M complete with rail kit
    2x AMD Opteron 280, 4 cores at 2.4ghz
    8GB Reg ddr ecc 8x 1GB Reg DDR ECC 3200
    2x 36gb 15k rpm scsi (other sizes in stock)
    $1500
    Last edited by Mikie4648; 03-19-2008 at 05:22 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Francisco View Post
    That IBM Dual Opteron, does it have SATA?

    How many extra hard-drives can it handle?

    btw; could we meet and talk some business? PM me.
    Hello Francisco, the IBM's listed here can only take scsi. I believe one of our staff has responded to your ticket with info.

    Dan
    Daniel Pautz - WebNX, Inc. dan >< WebNX.com
    WebNX.com Enterprise Hosting Solutions – Los Angeles and Manhattan NewYork based Servers
    High end Dedicated Servers at reasonable prices and a Premium network with 9x providers route optimized with the Noction IRP

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    The title was correct on the x5365, this is the reason for it being $500 more, a jump from 5345s to 5365s is huge, along with the 5th hard drive and a nice pci-e raid card.

    The IBM has 8GB of ram. I will check the post over next time before posting, looks like there was a few typos on this one

    Dan
    Daniel Pautz - WebNX, Inc. dan >< WebNX.com
    WebNX.com Enterprise Hosting Solutions – Los Angeles and Manhattan NewYork based Servers
    High end Dedicated Servers at reasonable prices and a Premium network with 9x providers route optimized with the Noction IRP

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    Quote Originally Posted by WebNX View Post
    The title was correct on the x5365, this is the reason for it being $500 more, a jump from 5345s to 5365s is huge, along with the 5th hard drive and a nice pci-e raid card.

    The IBM has 8GB of ram. I will check the post over next time before posting, looks like there was a few typos on this one

    Dan
    Thanks for the clarification Dan. Its a real shame we can edit our posts. I wonder why that is as its very annoying in my opinion.
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