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Get a competitive edge with the adaptable and reliable HP ProLiant ML350 G6 Server. It comes with the latest Intel QuickPath Interconnect (QPI) architecture six-core, quad-core, and dual-core processors; serial performance I/O; DDR3 memory; and tools that simplify management. All these features are available at an affordable price, giving your infrastructure the competitive edge in more ways than one. Additionally, the dual-processor tower server delivers excellence with performance, expandability, and availability. HP Integrated LightsOut 2 (iLO 2), SmartStart, and HP Systems Insight Manager (SIM) give you ease of management, while the processor and memory upgrades support additional users, thus boosting response times. The HP ProLiant ML350 G6 Server addresses your business needs, whether you are a small/medium business, a large enterprise, or have remote offices.
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This review is from: HP ProLiant ML350 G6 Tower Server System Intel Xeon E5606 2.13GHz 4C/4T 4GB (1 x 4GB) No HDD (HP HDD sold separately) 654078-S01
Pros: Bought this to replace Dell PowerEdge 1800. Nice build, excellent interior cable arrangement. Adding 24G RAM and ATI HD 6670 video card and exterior sound/speaker to turn this thing into my main workstation. Overall cost is still less than 1400. Installed windows 2008 , worked flawlessly.
Cons: noise. Very loud at initial boot, sounds like vacuum cleaner, to its credit, it does quiet down afterward. Manual says 32 db , I certainly hope so. Overall, acoustic characteristics are no better than Dell's PowerEdge sever. It is a server , so this is expected though.
Other Thoughts: This server is not for faint heart. You need shell out more to get it completely setup. Don't like the SFF setup, those disk are way too expansive. I'll stick to normal 3.5inch SATA disk (you have to add a hard drive cage) for now.
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