Foxconn PURUS LGA2011 - 4x LFF Non Hot-Swap SATA & PSU Barebones 1U Server

Foxconn PURUS LGA2011 - 4x LFF Non Hot-Swap SATA & PSU Barebones 1U Server

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  • Foxconn PURUS LGA2011 - 4x LFF Non Hot-Swap SATA & PSU Barebones 1U Server
Foxconn PURUS LGA2011 - 4x LFF Non Hot-Swap SATA & PSU Barebones 1U Server

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Quick Specs:

  • Part No: 020118B00-600-G, 1A3239H00-600-G
  • Drive Bays: 4x LFF SATA
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£60.00
Inc. VAT
51 in stock
Professionally Refurbished
1 Year Return To Base Warranty
Fast UK and EU Delivery
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  Specification

Additional Information

Part Numbers 020118B00-600-G, 1A3239H00-600-G
Processor 2 x Heatsinks installed - No Processors included - Accepts E5-2600 V1 Processors
RAM 16 x DDR3 Registered DIMM Slots - No RAM Included
Hard Disk Controller Onboard SATA Controller
Hard Disk Drives No drives installed, 4x 3.5" SATA Drive Caddies
Graphics Integrated
Optical Drive N/A
Network Controller 1 x Onboard SFP+ 10GbE Port, 1 x 1Gb Dedicated Management Port - No Onboard Ethernet Network Port
Network Port 1 x Onboard SFP+ 10GbE Port, 1 x 1Gb Dedicated Management Port - No Onboard Ethernet Network Port
Remote Management 1 x 1Gb Dedicated Management Port
Power Supplies Fixed 80Plus Gold 500W PSU
Expansion Slots None
Interface Ports (1) Network Management Port, (1) 10GbE SFP+ Ports (82599 10 Gigabit Network Connection) (1) VGA - Video (1) Serial (2) USB 2.0
Bezel N/A
Rails N/A
  Warranty
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.