Dell PowerEdge R220

RAM Type: DDR3 UDIMMs

Max Ram Capacity: 32GB UDIMMs(4 x 8GB UDIMMs)

Processor Socket Count: 1

Compatible Processor Series: E3-1200 V3 and Haswell-based Celeron, Pentium, and i3's

Number of Ram Slots: 4

Hard Drive Bays:Up to 2 3.5" or 2 2.5" Drives

Power Consumption Config: E3-1281 v3, 4 8GB DDR3 UDIMMs, 2 Intel DC S3700's, 250W PSU

Power Consumption Idle: 34.30 Watts(Estimated cost of $30.54 at $.10/Kwh for a full year)

Power Consumption Load: 119 Watts(Estimated cost of $105.96 at $.10/Kwh for a full year)

BIOS Notes: BIOS revision 1.6.2 Added support for UEFI Secure Boot BIOS revision 1.3.2 Fixed an issue where it was unable to perform PXE boot from QLogic 8262, DualPort 10Gb SFP+, Converged Network Adapter. BIOS revision 1.2.0 Fixed an issue where the guest under Hypervisor may hang or experience unpredictable system behavior. BIOS revision 1.1.4 Fixed an issue of not being able to boot to LUN from BIOS boot Manager

Dell PowerEdge R220 The Dell PowerEdge R220 is a 1U rackmount server which comes in a single processor configuration. It can address up to 32GB (8GB X 4) of DDR3 UDIMMs with a max frequency of 1600 MHz. The processors that this system support includes all of the E3-1200 V3 and Haswell-based Celeron, Pentium, and i3's series. The R220 can be configured with up to 2 3.5" or 2 2.5" Hard Drives This system has 1 available expansion slot.

The R220 can be equipped with a single 250W power supply. In a configuration with a E3-1281 v3, 4 8GB DDR3 UDIMMs, dual 400GB Intel DC S3700 drives you can expect idle power consumption to be roughly 34.30 watts. This will cost roughly $30.54 for a full year of idling with the national average cost of $.10/KWh. At full load you can expect power consumption of roughly 119 watts. It would cost roughly $105.96 to run the system at full load continuously for a year.

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