HP ProLiant BL460c Gen 8 2 Bay SFF Blade Server
HP ProLiant BL460c Gen 8 2 Bay SFF Blade Server

HP ProLiant BL460c Gen 8 2 Bay SFF Blade Server

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Price as configured: $75.00



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90 Days

The HP ProLiant BL460c G8 is an HP blade server intended for the HPE Blade System C7000 Enclosure. 16 BL460c G8's can fit in the 10U C7000 enclosure, making this a popular option for high-performance environments that want to reduce overhead and complexity. The BL460c G8 blade supports dual Intel Xeon E5-2600 v1 and v2 processors. This blade's Converged Infrastructure (unified computing environment) offers lower total energy costs and lower total cost of ownership.

Choose your configuration options below for a used ProLiant BL460c G8 blade. We also have the C7000 enclosure available here.

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  • Processors:Intel E5-2600 and 2600 v2 Processor Families
  • Chipset:Intel C600
  • Memory:Up to 384GB ECC DDR3 in 16x DIMM slots
  • Drive bays:Up to 2x 2.5" SAS/SATA Hard Drives
  • Expansion slots:2x PCIe x16 slots: 1x Type A, 1x Type A/B
  • Management:HP iLO 4
  • Networking:Quad Port 1GbE Ethernet adapter
  • USB Ports:1x USB 2.0 Port: one internal
  • Dimensions :7.11 x 2.18 x 20.37 inches

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