Dell PowerEdge C6420 4-Node SFF 2U Rackmount Server (24x SATA 2.5")
Dell PowerEdge C6420 4-Node SFF 2U Rackmount Server (24x SATA 2.5')

Dell PowerEdge C6420 4-Node SFF 2U Rackmount Server (24x SATA 2.5")

Configure CPU, RAM, & HDD for Each Node
Price as configured: $1,099.00

Condition:

Refurbished

Standard Warranty:

90 Days

The Dell PowerEdge C6420 is a powerful and versatile 4-node server that is ideal for a wide range of data center and enterprise applications. Each node is equipped with two Intel Xeon Scalable processors. The server also features 24 hot-swappable bays for storage, allowing for a significant amount of expandability and flexibility.

In terms of memory, the C6420 supports up to 2TB of DDR4 RAM per node, for a total of 8TB across all four nodes. This allows for fast data access and processing speeds, making it suitable for even the most demanding workloads.

The C6420 also comes with a range of connectivity options, including four 1GbE ports and two 10GbE ports per node, as well as support for InfiniBand and Omni-Path interconnects. This allows for fast and reliable networking within the server and between nodes.

Overall, the Dell PowerEdge C6420 4-node server is an excellent choice for businesses looking to deploy a high-performance, scalable, and flexible server solution for their data center or enterprise applications.


Choose your configuration options below for a used Dell PowerEdge C6420 server.
* Required Fields
Node 1: Processors
Node 1: Memory
Node 1: RAID Controller
Node 1: Hard Drive Bay 1
Node 1: Hard Drive Bay 2
Node 1: Hard Drive Bay 3
Node 1: Hard Drive Bay 4
Node 1: Hard Drive Bay 5
Node 1: Hard Drive Bay 6
Node 1: OCP Mezzanine Slot Networking
Node 1: Management
Node 1: Optional M.2 Riser Card
Node 2: Processors
Node 2: Memory
Node 2: RAID Controller
Node 2: Hard Drive Bay 1
Node 2: Hard Drive Bay 2
Node 2: Hard Drive Bay 3
Node 2: Hard Drive Bay 4
Node 2: Hard Drive Bay 5
Node 2: Hard Drive Bay 6
Node 2: OCP Mezzanine Slot Networking
Node 2: Management
Node 2: Optional M.2 Riser Card
Node 3: Processors
Node 3: Memory
Node 3: RAID Controller
Node 3: Hard Drive Bay 1
Node 3: Hard Drive Bay 2
Node 3: Hard Drive Bay 3
Node 3: Hard Drive Bay 4
Node 3: Hard Drive Bay 5
Node 3: Hard Drive Bay 6
Node 3: OCP Mezzanine Slot Networking
Node 3: Management
Node 3: Optional M.2 Riser Card
Node 4: Processors
Node 4: Memory
Node 4: RAID Controller
Node 4: Hard Drive Bay 1
Node 4: Hard Drive Bay 2
Node 4: Hard Drive Bay 3
Node 4: Hard Drive Bay 4
Node 4: Hard Drive Bay 5
Node 4: Hard Drive Bay 6
Node 4: OCP Mezzanine Slot Networking
Node 4: Management
Node 4: Optional M.2 Riser Card
Power Supplies
Rail Kit
Power Cable
Extended Warranty
  • Processors:Up to 2x Intel Xeon Scalable processors per node
  • Chipset:Intel C620
  • Memory:Up to 2TB ECC DDR4 in 16x DIMM slots per node
  • Drive bays:Up to 6x 2.5" SATA Drives per node
  • Expansion slots:2x x16 PCIe Gen3 riser, 1x x8 PCIe Gen3 Mezzanine, 1x x16 PCIe Gen3 OCP Mezzanine
  • Management:iDRAC9 Enterprise
  • Networking:1x 1Gb Ethernet LOM port
  • Power supply:1600W AC, 2000W/2400W AC
  • Chassis dimension:86.8 x 448 x 790 mm
  • Operating systems:Canonical Ubuntu LTS, Citrix XenServer, Microsoft Windows Server with Hyper-V, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server, VMware ESXi

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