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Intel P4308CP4MHGC 4U Pedestal Server Barebone Dual LGA 2011 DDR3 1600/1333/1066

  • Dual LGA 2011
  • Dual Intel Xeon E5-2600 Series
  • 16 x 240Pin Memory Slots
  • 750W Common Redundant Power Supply (Platinum Efficiency)

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Mainstream Dual-Socket Server System Featuring the Powerful Performance of the New Intel® Xeon® Processor E5-2600 Product Family

The Intel® Server System P4300CP family is an integrated 4U pedestal (rackable) system with a variety of storage and power supply options. The Intel Server System P4300CP family features the Intel® Server Board S2600CP for powerful performance and flexible feature advantages specific to the small and medium business and storage segments. With 16 DIMMs, dual or quad 1GbE LOM, and eight PCIe Gen3 I/O slots, Intel Server System P4300CP family provides excellent standard features for a variety of front and back office usage models with plenty of room for growth.

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CPU Supported

CPU Type
Dual Intel Xeon E5-2600 Series
CPU Socket
Dual LGA 2011

Memory Supported

Memory Slots
16 x 240Pin
Max Memory Supported
Memory Type Supported
DDR3 1600/1333/1066
ECC Supported

Storage Supported

Serial ATA
14 Total
RAID 0/1/10


First LAN
4 x GbE
Max. LAN Speed
Quad 10/100/1000Mbps

Expansion Bays

Hot-Swap Bays
8 x 3.5"

Panel Ports

Rear USB

Power Supply

Max. Power
750W Common Redundant Power Supply (Platinum Efficiency)


Form Factor
4U Pedestal
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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 3 years
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 0 day
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  • Edward T.
  • 10/4/2015 2:55:47 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsUpdate on other review

Pros: I had already written a positive review and thought I would put some other thoughts down.

Cons: I do wish the BIOS and hardware level controls were a little easier to administer. Especially hard if I have to do it from the UEFI shell.

Other Thoughts: I still am in love with this case, and Intel server boards overall.

So I had also mentioned having a problem with the fan noise. I had found I never configured the FSUSR. I ended up updating the BIOS as part of the process of installing the server.

Found the needed files here:
and the specific download page

and set the internal EFI to be 1st boot and then ran the commands found here:

Once it handled the updates to the misc firmwares, one of the question was if I wanted to update both the FRU and SDR, which I responded yes, and the EFI shell discovered the motherboard on its own as well as allowing me to set the fans to "accoustic" mode back in the BIOS , which is now no louder than a standard workstation.

If you do mess up, you can still run just the configuration portion again, by booting back into EFI shell, then going to the USB drive you have your BIOS/Firmwares on, change directory to that, then run the frusdr /cfg master.cfg command again.

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  • Edward T.
  • 10/1/2015 8:43:12 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
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5 out of 5 eggsI am in love with this platform

Pros: The case is very well laid out. I have built a few Intel case/mobo units now, and thought they were all good. This one though comes ahead enough for me to write a review.

1. They come with the required heatsinks. Custom builders often have a bunch of OEM fans lying around, but because of shrouds, case heights, whatever, they often don't fit. So you buy universal ones or the manufacturer ones. One thing to keep in mind though, the way they are laid out, you will require a long screwdriver to thread through the fins to get to the screws. I always have one on hand, so it worked out, but a regular 5 in 1 or regular size screwdriver will not work.
2. The layout is great. All ports are along the sides where cables need to be routed, with CPUs and RAM in the middle. Just about everything is already tied down for you, just toss in RAM, CPUs, drives, and off to the races
3. Drive bays comes with caddies that accept ssd and standard size drives. So many competitors either only accept 3.5" or you have to buy the sleds on your own. While they do feel a little flismy, that seems more of a industry trend then and Intel issue.
4. Lots of expansion slots. Be it RAM, PCI-e, whatever, there are a lot of options and room.
5. Small thing, but the shroud to control air flow is easy to take on and off. Some others I have dealt with either required a different size/type screwdriver then the rest of the system does or you need to bend them a little to get them to go in.
6. If you boot off the included CD, you have the option to update the bios as part of the install. While quirky on its own, this is the first time I have seen it offer to download and install vs you run the utility after you have downloaded the most current one.
6. USB port to boot from on the board. If you want, you can plug a USB stick to boot from.

Overall the build is good, like the two power supplies, as well as the options in drives, be it SATA or SAS, 3.5 or 2.5".

Cons: 1. No USB 3 ports.
2. Intel boards seem to want to run the fans higher than other brands. So it is a little loud compared to other servers. In a data room, it isn't bad, but it certainty would be a distraction in a quite office setting.
3. No front monitor port. I can see the plastic grommet that isn't populated, but I hate not having them. I know everything is moving towards headless and network KVM, but i still miss these fading conveniences.
4. top comes off a little too easily. If you want to mount this in a rack, there is a top plastic panel that comes off, in my case, it is so loose the weight of the panel is enough to make it fall off. If I was planning to keep it as a pedestal/tower, i can see this part coming off all the time accidentally. I have a feeling it is this specific unit.
5. Case screws are standard screws. My other intel units had thumb screws.

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