Dell PowerEdge C6320 Node Server 24x 2.5" (SFF)

Dell PowerEdge C6320 Node Server 24x 2.5" (SFF)

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  • Dell PowerEdge C6320 Node Server 24x 2.5" (SFF)
Dell PowerEdge C6320 Node Server 24x 2.5" (SFF)
SKU: ITM0014327

Price as configured: £0.00

Availability: In stock


Capabilities:

  • 4 x Twenty Two (22) Core Xeons
  • 2TB DDR4 RAM
  • 24 x 2.5" (SFF) SAS/SATA Drive Bays
  • 2x Hot-Swap Redundant PSUs
 Configuration

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    • Quad Core
    • Hex Core
    • Eight Core
    • Ten Core
    • Twelve Core
    • Sixteen Core

Heatsink(s) are automatically added to your configuration as required for your CPU selections.

All RAM listed below is compatible. Low-voltage RAM is best for applications requiring minimal power consumption. VLP is Very Low Profile RAM for systems with limited vertical space. There is no difference in compatability or performance.

Memory Blanks are optional and fill the DIMM slots on the motherboard. If, for example, you've selected 2x DIMMs and the motherboard has 4x DIMM slots, you can take 2 memory blanks maximum. Memory Blanks are primarily used for airflow and dust prevention for unpopulated DIMM slots.

Some HDDs appear more than once with different prices due to the way we stock our hard drives. The price variation simply reflects the raw market value of that specific SKU in our system, however the functionality and quality is identical.

Caddy(s) are automatically added to configuration if required for selected drive(s)

    • SSD - Caddy/Tray Added Separately
    • SAS Hard Drive - Caddy/Tray Added Separately
    • SATA Hard Drive - Caddy/Tray Added Separately

Caddy(s) are automatically added to configuration if required for selected drive(s)

    • Fibre Channel HBAs (8GB/s)
    • Fibre Channel HBAs (4GB/s)
    • Ethernet NICs (10GB/s)

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  Description

Details

Ultimate flexibility and expandability. The Dell PowerEdge C6320 converged chassis is capable of supporting four half-width Dell PowerEdge C6320 Blade servers to place 88-Cores and 2TB of DDR4 high-speed memory at your finger tips in a compact, manageable 4U chassis.
  Specification

Additional Information

ESXi Compatibility ESXi 6.7 U2, ESXi 6.7 U1, ESXi 6.7, ESXi 6.5 U2, ESXi 6.5 U1, ESXi 6.5, ESXi 6.0 U3, ESXi 6.0 U2, ESXi 6.0 U1, ESXi 5.5 U3, ESXi 5.5 U2
Processor (CPU): Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2600 v4 product family
Memory (RAM): 16 DIMM slots for up to 512GB per node: 8GB/16GB/32G DDR4 DIMM (up to 2400MT/s)
Hard Disk Controller: Intel C612 chipset SATA: AHCI SATA drives RAID: 0, 1,5,10 PERC H330: SATA and SAS drives, x8 PCIe 3,0 RAID: 0, 1,5,10, 50 (optional) PERC H730: SATA and SAS drives, x8 PCIe 3,0 RAID: 0,1,5,10, 50, 60 (optional)
Hard Disk Configuration: 24x 2.5" (SFF) SAS/SATA SSD/HDD
Hard Disk Drive: Custom Configurable: 24 x 2.5" (SFF) SAS/SATA SSD/HDD
Optical Drive: N/A
Network Ports: Intel 82599ES 10GbE dual-port SFP+
Power: Dual hot-plug redundant high-efficiency 1400W or 1600W power supplies (200–220 VAC, 240VDC)
Expansion Slots: (8) Low-Profile PCIe 3.0 expansion slots - (2) PCIe Slot Per System
Interface Ports: 2 external USB 2.0 ports 1 x16 PCIe 3.0 half-height, half-length 1 x8 PCIe 3.0 mezzanine
Remote Management: iDRAC8 with Lifecycle
Bezel: N/A
Rack Rails: Optional
Weight: Configured: 40KG (Approx)
  Warranty
All refurbished Servers from Bargain Hardware are supported by a 1 Year Return-To-Base warranty, covering all integral hardware and parts/components that affect the functionality of the equipment.



At Bargain Hardware we only deal with enterprise and business class hardware from the worlds leading manufacturers. Originally sold with lengthy 3-5 year warranties, the Servers we sell are designed with robust architecture for the ultimate reliability.



Our standard 1 Year Warranty provides sufficient time to allow you to fully 'soak test' your purchase and discover any unlikely, underlying issues. Modern systems have at most only a single mechanical part (the hard drive) and failure rates of the main electrical components (processor, memory and motherboard) are incredibly low.