Premium Dell PowerEdge R730 16 Bay SFF Server, 2X Intel Xeon E5-2680 V3 2.5GHz 12 Core, 384GB DDR4, H730 RAID


Brand:  Dell
Model:  Dell PowerEdge R730
Condition:     New (Factory Sealed)
Manufacturer:     Warranty: 3 Year
Refund Policy:     30 Days Return & Refund



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Description :

The Premium Dell PowerEdge R730 is a high-performance and versatile 2U rack server designed to meet the demanding requirements of modern data centers and businesses. It combines powerful hardware, robust storage options, and advanced management features to deliver exceptional performance, scalability, and reliability.

At the heart of this server are two Intel Xeon E5-2680 V3 processors, each with 12 cores and a base clock speed of 2.5GHz. With a total of 24 cores and 48 threads, this server packs a tremendous amount of processing power, making it well-suited for compute-intensive tasks such as virtualization, data analytics, and scientific computing.

To support the server’s processing capabilities, it comes equipped with a massive 384GB of DDR4 memory. This substantial memory capacity allows for smooth multitasking, efficient virtual machine management, and the handling of large datasets.

Storage options are abundant in the R730, with 12 drive bays included. The server includes H730 RAID controllers, enabling various RAID configurations to enhance data redundancy and performance. The 12 drive trays provided offer flexibility in configuring storage solutions, from high-speed SSDs to high-capacity HDDs, to meet the specific needs of your applications and workloads.

Specifications :

  • Processors: 2x Intel Xeon E5-2680 V3 2.5GHz (12 cores each)
  • Memory: 384GB DDR4 RAM
  • Storage: 12x drive bays, H730 RAID controllers
  • Redundant 750W power supplies
  • No rails included (designed for standard 19-inch racks)
  • Remote management with iDRAC technology
  • Ideal for compute-intensive workloads and virtualization.