Dell PowerEdge R230
This entry was posted on June 29, 2017.
RAM Type: DDR4 UDIMMs
Max Ram Capacity: 64GB UDIMMs(4 x 16GB UDIMMs)
Processor Socket Count: 1
Compatible Processor Series: Intel Xeon E3-1200 v5 processor, E3-1200 V6, Intel Core i3 6100, Intel Celeron G3900, Intel Celeron G3930, Intel Pentium G4500, Intel Pentium G4600
Number of Ram Slots: 4
Hard Drive Bays:Up to 4 3.5" or 4 2.5" Drives
Power Consumption Config: E3-1220 v5's, 4 16GB DDR4 UDIMMs, dual 7.2K HDD's, 250W PSU
Power Consumption Idle: 100 Watts(Estimated cost of $89.04 at $.10/Kwh for a full year)
Power Consumption Load: 150 Watts(Estimated cost of $133.56 at $.10/Kwh for a full year)
BIOS Notes: BIOS revision 2.0.8 -Added support for the system running with 2400MHz Dual Inline Memory Modules (DIMMs). -Added support for displaying video from the external graphic card.
The Dell PowerEdge R230 is a 1U rackmount server which comes in a single processor configuration. It can address up to 64GB (16GB X 4) of DDR4 UDIMMs with a max frequency of 2400 MHz. BIOS Revision 2.0.8 is required to reach this max frequency. The processors that this system support includes all of the Intel Xeon E3-1200 v5 processor, E3-1200 V6, Intel Core i3 6100, Intel Celeron G3900, Intel Celeron G3930, Intel Pentium G4500, Intel Pentium G4600's series. The R230 can be configured with up to 4 3.5" or 4 2.5" drives This system has 2 available expansion slots with the correct riser. With the x16 riser there are two x16 slots available with slot one being half-height, half-length and the second slot being full-height, half-length. With the x8 riser the first slot is full-height, half-length at x4 speed while the second slot is half-height, half-length at x8 speed.
The R230 can be equipped with a single 250W power supply. In a configuration with a E3-1220 v5, 4 16GB DDR4 UDIMMs at 2400MHz, dual 1TB 7.2K drives you can expect idle power consumption to be roughly 100 watts. This will cost roughly $89.04 for a full year of idling with the national average cost of $.10/KWh. At full load you can expect power consumption of roughly 150 watts. It would cost roughly $133.56 to run the system at full load continuously for a year.