Supermicro SuperServer SYS-6029U-E1CR4T 12 Bay LFF (4x optional NVMe) 2U Rackmount Server
Supermicro SuperServer SYS-6029U-E1CR4T 12 Bay LFF (4x optional NVMe) 2U Rackmount Server

Supermicro SuperServer SYS-6029U-E1CR4T 12 Bay LFF (4x optional NVMe) 2U Rackmount Server

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Price as configured: $999.00



Standard Warranty:

90 Days

Engineered to deliver unprecedented performance, flexibility, and security, the Supermicro 6029U-E1CR4T 2U server offers a perfect balance for demanding enterprise applications. This 2U rackmount server features an array of powerful specifications, catering to large-scale data centers, cloud computing, and high-performance computing needs. It is especially suited for data-intensive workloads, storage, and virtualization tasks.

The server accommodates Dual Intel Xeon 2nd Scalable processors, giving you immense power and parallel processing capabilities for your most demanding applications. Featuring twenty-four memory slots, this unit can handle up to 6TB of 3DS Load Reduced DIMM (3DS LRDIMM) or 3DS Registered DIMM (3DS RDIMM). It also offers up to 3TB of Load Reduced DIMM (LRDIMM), with speeds up to 2933 MHz. The server also supports Non-Volatile DIMM (NVDIMM) and Intel Optane DC Persistent Memory, providing ample flexibility for various enterprise requirements. The server comes with twelve hot-swap 3.5" bays, capable of supporting up to twelve SAS drives with the aid of an add-on card and expander. For those looking for faster data access, the unit offers the option to integrate up to four NVMe drives.

Power is supplied through 1000W redundant 80Plus Titanium level modules, ensuring energy efficiency and reliability in mission-critical applications. Four 8-cm heavy-duty fans, along with two CPU heatsinks and air shrouds, make up the robust cooling system, maintaining optimal temperatures even under heavy load. The motherboard offers two full-height, double-width PCIe slots (one x8, one x16), along with four full-height, full-width x8 PCIe slots and one low-profile x8 PCIe slot. The server supports various riser card models, offering up to four LAN ports and one dedicated BMC port for management.

The Supermicro 6029U-E1CR4T 2U Rackmount Server provides a unique blend of features aimed at data-driven enterprises. With a focus on scalability, power, and efficiency, this server is a top-of-the-line choice for any organization looking to future-proof their infrastructure.

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  • Motherboard:X11DPU
  • Chassis:SC829U2E1C4-R1K02-T
  • Processors:Intel Xeon Processor Scalable Family
  • Form factor:2U
  • Chipset:Intel C621
  • Memory:Up to 6TB ECC DDR4 in 24x DIMM slots
  • Drive bays:Up to 12x 3.5" SAS/SATA drive bays with optional 4x NVMe Bays
  • Expansion slots:2x x16 PCIe 3.0 slots, 5x x8 PCIe 3.0 slot
  • Networking:4x10GBase-T
  • Power supply:2x 1000W PSUs
  • USB Ports:3x USB 3.0 ports
  • Chassis dimensions:3.5 x 17.2 x 28.46 inches

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