Dell PowerEdge R320 1U 4x 3.5" (LFF)

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Dell PowerEdge R320 1U 4x 3.5" (LFF)
SKU: ITM0010534

Price as configured: £0.00

Availability: In stock


  • Eight (8) Core Xeon
  • 6x 32GB DDR3 RAM
  • 4x 3.5" SAS/SATA
  • 2x PCI Expansion Slots

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    • Quad Core
    • Hex Core
    • Eight Core
    • Ten Core

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

    • Low (1.35V) Voltage
    • Standard (1.5V) Voltage

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.

    • 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)

    • Infiniband HCAs (40GB/s)
    • Infiniband HCAs (20GB/s)
    • Infiniband HCAs (10GB/s)
    • Fibre Channel HBAs (8GB/s)
    • Fibre Channel HBAs (4GB/s)
    • Ethernet NICs (1GB/s)

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

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Delivering powerful performance, the 1-socket Dell PowerEdge R320's configuration flexibility, increased internal storage, and no hassle systems management make it an ideal fit for web hosting and serving, file and print serving, and other business class applications in space-constrained locations.

The R320 consists of six DIMM slots, supporting 6x 32GB DDR3 RAM, and two PCI Express® (PCIe) slots. Powered by the Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2400 product family, this small 1U server has the power to deliver. Only at Bargain Hardware can you configure every aspect of this Dell R320 Rack Server from Processors to Memory, from Drives to Network Adapters, everything is configurable to fit your needs.

Additional Information

ESXi Compatibility ESXi 6.5 U2, ESXi 6.5 U1, ESXi 6.5, ESXi 6.0 U3, ESXi 6.0 U2, ESXi 6.0 U1, ESXi 6.0, ESXi 5.5 U3, ESXi 5.5 U2, ESXi 5.5 U1, ESXi 5.5
Processor (CPU): 1 x Intel Xeon E5-2400 V1 & V2 Processor Series
Memory (RAM): 6 x DDR3 RDIMM and UDIMM - Up to 192GB
Hard Disk Controller: Internal controllers: PERC S110 (SW RAID), PERC H310, PERC H710
Hard Disk Configuration: Up to 4 x 3.5” cabled or hot-plug
Hard Disk Drive: 4 x 3.5” cabled SAS or SATA drives or 4 x 3.5” hot-plug SAS, SATA or SSD drives
Graphics: Intergrated
Optical Drive: N/A
Network Ports: 2 x RJ45 1GbE (Gigabit Ethernet)
Power: Configurable: 2 x Hot-Swap Redundant 350W or 550W Power supplies
Expansion Slots: 1 PCIe 3.0 slot and 1 PCIe 2.0 slot
Interface Ports: (4) USB 2.0 (2 Front, 2 Rear) (2) RJ45 1GbE (1) Serial (2) VGA (1 Front, 1 Rear) (1) iDRAC (Optional)
Remote Management: Basic Management (Default) - iDRAC7 Express and iDRAC 7 Enterprise Upgrade Options
Bezel: Optional
Rack Rails: Optional
All refurbished Servers from Bargain Hardware are supported by a 1 Year Return to To to Base warranty, covering all integral hardware and parts or 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 to 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.