Monthly Archives: June 2017

  • HPE Proliant DL80 G9

    RAM Type: DDR4 RDIMMs or LRDIMMs

    Max Ram Capacity: 1024GB(8 X 128GB LRDIMM) or 256GB(8 X 32GB RDIMM)

    Processor Socket Count: 2

    Compatible Processor Series: Dual E5-2600 V3/V4 or single E5-1600 V3/V4

    Number of Ram Slots: 8

    Hard Drive Bays: 4 3.5" Power Consumption Config: Dual E5-2650 v3's, 8 32GB DDR4 RDIMMs, 12 15K HDD's, 550W PSU

    Power Consumption Idle: 138.73 Watts(Estimated cost of $121 at $.10/Kwh for a full year)

    Power Consumption Load: 449.39 Watts(Estimated cost of $394 at $.10/Kwh for a full year)

    BIOS Notes: Requires BIOS Revision 2.30 for 128GB LRDIMMs 2400MHz DIMMs require E5-2600 V4 or E5-1600 V4 E5-2600 V4 requires BIOS Revision 2.00 or newer E5-1600 V4 requires BIOS Revision 2.20 or newer

    Proliant DL80 G9

    The HPE Proliant Dl60 G9 is a 1U rackmount server which can come in a dual or single processor configuration. In a dual processor configuration, it can address up to 1TB of LRDIMMs(8 X 128GB) or 256GB of RDIMMs(8 X 32GB) with a maximum frequency of 2400MHz with a V4 processor or 2133MHz with a V3 processor. This server's processors options include the entire E5-2600 v3/v4 and E5-1600 v3/v4 lineup, but the E5-2600 v4's require BIOS revision 2.00 so it is worthwhile to double check before you try to install E5-2600 v4 processors. The E5-1600 v3/v4 series processors are limited to single processor configurations and the E5-1600 V4 requires BIOS revision 2.20 or newer in order to be addressed. Storage wise it can be equipped with up to 12 LFF 3.5" drives when configured without an optical drive or 8 LFF 3.5" drives when configured with an optical drive and it features up to 6 PCIe expansion slots with the correct risers. The base model comes with a 550W power supply but can be upgraded with a redundant 900W configuration.

    You can expect for the system to consume 138.73 Watts at idle with a dual E5-2650 v3 configuration with 8 sticks of 32GB DDR4 RDIMM's, 12 300GB 15K SAS drives and the standard 550W power supply. At the national average of 10 cents per Kilowatt-hour it will cost roughly $121 to idle for one year. At full-load it is expected to take 449.39 watts and will cost roughly $394 to run for a full year.

  • HPE Proliant DL60 G9

    RAM Type: DDR4 RDIMMs or LRDIMMs

    Max Ram Capacity: 1024GB(8 X 128GB LRDIMM) or 256GB(8 X 32GB RDIMM)

    Processor Socket Count: 2

    Compatible Processor Series: Dual E5-2600 V3/V4 or single E5-1600 V3/V4

    Number of Ram Slots: 8

    Hard Drive Bays: 4 3.5"

    Power Consumption Config: Dual E5-2650 v3's, 8 32GB DDR4 RDIMMs, 4 15K HDD's, 550W PSU

    Power Consumption Idle: 71 Watts(Estimated cost of $62 at $.10/Kwh for a full year)

    Power Consumption Load: 368.76 Watts(Estimated cost of $323 at $.10/Kwh for a full year)

    BIOS Notes: Requires BIOS Revision 2.30 for 128GB LRDIMMs 2400MHz DIMMs require E5-2600 V4 or E5-1600 V4 E5-2600 V4 requires BIOS Revision 2.00 or newer E5-1600 V4 requires BIOS Revision 2.20 or newer

    HPE Proliant DL60 G9

    The HPE Proliant Dl60 G9 is a 1U rackmount server which can come in a dual or single processor configuration. In a dual processor configuration, it can address up to 1TB of LRDIMMs(8 X 128GB) or 256GB of RDIMMs(8 X 32GB) with a maximum frequency of 2400MHz with a V4 processor or 2133MHz with a V3 processor. This server's processors options include the entire E5-2600 v3/v4 and E5-1600 v3/v4 lineup, but the E5-2600 v4's require BIOS revision 2.00 so it is worthwhile to double check before you try to install E5-2600 v4 processors. The E5-1600 v3/v4 series processors are limited to single processor configurations and the E5-1600 V4 requires BIOS revision 2.20 or newer in order to be addressed. Storage wise it can be equipped with up to 4 LFF 3.5" Drives and it features up to 3 PCIe expansion slots with the correct risers. The base model comes with a 550W power supply but can be upgraded with a redundant 900W configuration.

    You can expect for the system to consume 71 Watts at idle with a dual E5-2650 v3 configuration with 8 sticks of 32GB DDR4 RDIMM's, 4 300GB 15K SAS drives and the standard 550W power supply. At the national average of 10 cents per Kilowatt-hour it will cost roughly $62 to idle for one year. At full-load it is expected to take 368.76 watts and will cost roughly $323 to run for a full year.

  • HPE Proliant DL20 G9

    RAM Type: DDR4 UDIMMs

    Max Ram Capacity: 64GB (4 x 16GB)

    Processor Socket Count: 1

    Compatible Processor Series: LGA 1151 Pentium, i3 or E3 1200 v5/v6

    Number of Ram Slots: 4

    Hard Drive Bays: 2 3.5" or 4 2.5"

    Power Consumption Config: E3-1220 v5's, 16GB DDR4 , 1 15K HDD, 900W PSU, Nvidia K2200

    Power Consumption Idle: 47.65 Watts(Estimated cost of $42 at $.10/Kwh for a full year)

    Power Consumption Load: 186.4 Watts(Estimated cost of $163 at $.10/Kwh for a full year)

    BIOS Notes: No BIOS updates change compatibility for core components. Many bug fixes are introduced

    HP DL20 G9

    The HPE Proliant DL20 G9 is a very compact 1U system that can fit 64GB DDR4 UDIMMs in a 4x16GB configuration and can accept a wide range of processors including LGA 1151 Pentium, i3 or E3 1200 v5/v6's. This system can fit 2 3.5" hard drives or 4 2.5" SSD's or SFF hard drives. There have not been any updates that significantly change the compatibility of core components. When equipped with the correct options it may be installed with a GPU. HPE currently offers NVIDIA M2000 support. It features two PCIe slots. One is half height half length while the other is half length full height. It comes with 2 storage controller options. Entry Models feature a HPE Dynamic Smart Array B140i Controller, Base Models: HPE Dynamic Smart Array B140i Controller and Performance Models: HPE H240 FIO Smart Host Bus Adapter. The B140i provides support for 4 SATA drives at 6Gb/s and RAID 0,1 and 5 while the H240 supports 4 SAS/SATA drives at 12Gb/s with RAID 0, 1, and 5 also supported. It comes standard with a 290W FIO power supply or 900W AC 240V redundant power supply. Redundant power supplies only support in the (2.5")SFF configuration.

    A configuration with an E3-1220 v5, 16GB DDR4, 1 X 300GB 15K 3.5" hard drive, NVIDIA K2200 and the 900W power supply options pulls 47.65W at idle and 186.4W at max load. This would cost roughly $42 to idle 24/7 at the national average of 10.02 cents per Kilowatthour or $163 to run at full load.

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  • Dell PowerEdge R930

    RAM Type: DDR4 RDIMMs, LRDIMMs

    Max Ram Capacity: RDIMMs: 6TB(32GB dual rank DIMMs), LRDIMMs: 12TB (128GB quad rank DIMMs)

    Processor Socket Count: 4

    Compatible Processor Series: E7-4800 v3, v4 or E7-8800 v3, v4

    Number of Ram Slots: 8 risers with 12 slots each. Total 96

    Hard Drive Bays: 24 2.5" drives. Up to 8 PCIe SSD's

    BIOS Notes: Requires BIOS Revision 2.0 or higher to run E7-4800 v4, or E7-8800 V4 processors

    E7 v3 processors only officially support 1536GB per processor installed

    Dell PowerEdge R930

    The Dell PowerEdge R930 is a 4U rack-mountable server featuring a quad-socket LGA-2011 motherboard. It can take E7-8800 v3, E7-8800 v4, E7-4800 v3, or E7-4800 v4 series processors. This system features eight memory risers. Two per processor. Each memory riser can hold 12 DIMMs. The risers will only address the memory if the accompanying processor is installed. Check the owner's manual in order to check which riser is associated with which processor. This system can address up to 96 sticks of 64GB dual rank RDIMMs at either 2400MHz or 2133MHz for a total of 6TB of memory. Alternately it can be installed with 128GB quad rank LRDIMMs for a total of 12TB of memory. With two added risers it can hold up to 10 PCIe devices. To use slots 6 through 10 all fours processors must be installed. It can come in a configuration with 4 2.5" hard drives or 24 2.5" hard drives. You may install up to 8 PCIe storage devices in the expansion slots in the back of the system. This system features four gigabit networking ports by default. E7 8800 v4 and E7-4800 v4 processors require BIOS revision 2.0 or higher to operate.

    Overall this is an absolute beast of a machine. This single system alone can be filled with as much compute or memory or fast storage as many people's entire server rack from just two generations ago.

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