HP ProLiant ML350p Gen 8 6 Bay LFF Tower Server
HP ProLiant ML350p Gen 8 6 Bay LFF Tower Server

HP ProLiant ML350p Gen 8 6 Bay LFF Tower Server

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The HP ProLiant ML350p Gen8 Server series is the latest generation of the best-selling ProLiant ML servers delivering best-in-class performance, availability and maximum expandability for enterprise data centers, remote branch offices and growing businesses. Incorporating key HP technologies from the HP ProActive Insight architecture, the ML350p Gen8 provides innovations in memory, server management, firmware management and server storage. It combines these innovations with the latest Intel Xeon processors for a system with unsurpassed flexibility and performance. 

Choose your configuration options below for a used HP ProLiant ML350p Gen8 6 Bay LFF Tower Server.

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  • Processors:Intel Xeon E5-2600 v2
  • Form factor:5U
  • Chipset :Intel C600
  • Memory :Up to 768GB in 24x DIMM slots (1866MHz)
  • Drive bays:Up to 6x 3.5'' drive bays
  • Expansion slots:8x PCIe 3.0 slots, 1x PCIe 2.0 slot
  • Management:HP iLO
  • Networking:HP 1Gb Ethernet 4-port 331i Adapter
  • Tower dimensions:18.19 x 8.58 x 29.13 inches

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