Cisco UCS C240 M5 24 Bay SFF 2U Rackmount Server
Cisco UCS C240 M5 24 Bay SFF 2U Rackmount Server

Cisco UCS C240 M5 24 Bay SFF 2U Rackmount Server

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Price as configured: $849.00

Condition:

Refurbished

Standard Warranty:

90 Days


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Processor 1
Processor 2
Memory
RAID Controller
Hard Drive Bay 1
Hard Drive Bay 2
Hard Drive Bay 3
Hard Drive Bay 4
Hard Drive Bay 5
Hard Drive Bay 6
Hard Drive Bay 7
Hard Drive Bay 8
Hard Drive Bay 9
Hard Drive Bay 10
Hard Drive Bay 11
Hard Drive Bay 12
Hard Drive Bay 13
Hard Drive Bay 14
Hard Drive Bay 15
Hard Drive Bay 16
Hard Drive Bay 17
Hard Drive Bay 18
Hard Drive Bay 19
Hard Drive Bay 20
Hard Drive Bay 21
Hard Drive Bay 22
Hard Drive Bay 23
Hard Drive Bay 24
Rear Flex Bay 1
Rear Flex Bay 2
Management
Power Supplies
Rail Kit
Power Cable
Extended Warranty
  • Processors:Up to two 2nd Generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors
  • Form factor:2U
  • Chipset:Intel C621
  • Memory:Up to 3TB ECC DDR4 in 24x DIMM slots (2666MHz)
  • Drive bays:Up to 24x 2.5" SAS/SATA Drives, 2x rear 2.5 Drives
  • Expansion slots:Up to 6x PCIe Gen3
  • Management:CIMC
  • Networking:4x 1GE/ 2x 10GE + 2x 1GE/ 4x 10GE/ 2x 25GE
  • Power supply:770W/1050W/1600W

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