Supermicro FatTwin F628R3-RC1B+ 4 Node 4U Rackmount Server with Optional NVME Add-On
Supermicro FatTwin F628R3-RC1B+ 4 Node 4U Rackmount Server with Optional NVME Add-On

Supermicro FatTwin F628R3-RC1B+ 4 Node 4U Rackmount Server with Optional NVME Add-On

Configure CPU, RAM, & HDD for Each Node
Price as configured: $999.00

Condition:

Refurbished

Standard Warranty:

90 Days
The Supermicro SuperServer F628R3-RC1B+ is a high-performance, rackmount server designed for demanding workloads and data-intensive environments. It features 4 hot-plug system nodes in a robust 4U chassis with each node 8x 3.5" hot-swap drive bays, dual Intel Xeon E5-2600 V4 processors, and support for up to 1TB of DDR4 memory.

The F628R3-RC1B+ is equipped with a variety of connectivity options, including Dual 1G LAN ports, USB 3.0 ports, and VGA and serial ports. It also includes 2x redundant 1280W power supply and support for Supermicro's advanced server management software.

This SuperServer is ideal for a range of applications, including virtualization, big data analytics, and high-speed storage. Its flexible design and powerful hardware make it a top choice for businesses looking to boost their data processing capabilities.
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Node 1: Processors
Node 1: Memory
Node 1: RAID Controller
Node 1: NVMe Kit
Node 1: NVMe Hard Drive Bay 1
Node 1: NVMe 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: Hard Drive Bay 7
Node 1: Hard Drive Bay 8
Node 1: Networking
Node 1: Management
Node 1: Front Backplane
Node 1: Rear Backplane
Node 2: Processors
Node 2: Memory
Node 2: NVMe Kit
Node 2: NVMe Hard Drive Bay 1
Node 2: NVMe 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: Hard Drive Bay 7
Node 2: Hard Drive Bay 8
Node 2: Networking
Node 2: Management
Node 2: Front Backplane
Node 2: Rear Backplane
Node 3: Processors
Node 3: Memory
Node 3: NVMe Kit
Node 3: NVMe Hard Drive Bay 1
Node 3: NVMe 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: Hard Drive Bay 7
Node 3: Hard Drive Bay 8
Node 3: Networking
Node 3: Management
Node 3: Front Backplane
Node 3: Rear Backplane
Node 4: Processors
Node 4: Memory
Node 4: RAID Controller
Node 4: NVMe Kit
Node 4: NVMe Hard Drive Bay 1
Node 4: NVMe 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: Hard Drive Bay 7
Node 4: Hard Drive Bay 8
Node 4: Networking
Node 4: Management
Node 4: Front Backplane
Node 4: Rear Backplane
Power Supplies
Rail Kit
Power Cable
  • Chassis:CSE-F424AS-R1K28BP 4U Chassis
  • Motherboard:Super X10DRFR-NT Motherboard
  • Form factor:4U
  • Processors:Dual socket R3 (LGA2011) Intel Xeon E5-2600v3 and E5-2600v4
  • Chipset:Intel C612
  • Memory:Up to 16x DIMM slots
  • Drive bays:Up to 6x 3.5" SAS/SATA + 2x 3.5" SAS/SATA/NVMe Drives per node
  • Expansion slots:1x PCI-E 3.0 x16 (LP), 1x PCI-E 3.0 x8 (Micro Low Profile) per node
  • Management:Intelligent Platform Management Interface v.2.0
  • Networking:Intel i350-AM2 Dual Port
  • Power supply:2x 1280W Redundant Power Supplies

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