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HPE 724086-B21 ProLiant BL460c G8 Blade Server - 1 x Intel Xeon E5-2620 v2 2.10 GHz - 16 GB RAM - 6Gb/s SAS Controller

Item# SPM15803135624 | Model# 724086-B21-NEW | Added on February 25, 2022 |
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HPE 724086-B21 ProLiant BL460c G8 Blade Server - 1 x Intel Xeon E5-2620 v2 2.10 GHz - 16 GB RAM - 6Gb/s SAS Controller
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HPE ProLiant BL460c G8 Blade Server - 1 x Intel Xeon E5-2620 v2 2.10 GHz - 16 GB RAM - 6Gb/s SAS Controller - Intel C600 Chip - 2 Processor Support - 0, 1 RAID Levels - Matrox G200 Graphic Card - 10 Gigabit Ethernet - 2 x SFF Bay(s)

General InformationManufacturer: Hewlett Packard EnterpriseManufacturer Part Number: 724086-B21Manufacturer Website Address: http://www.hpe.comBrand Name: HPEProduct Line: ProLiantProduct Series: BL460c G8Product Name: ProLiant BL460c Gen8 E5-2620v2 1P 16GB-R P220i/512 FBWC ServerMarketing Information: The HP ProLiant BL460c Gen8 Server Blade is a dual-socket server blade engineered for unprecedented performance, enhanced flexibility and simplified management which makes it the standard for data center computing. It packs in more performance with a 33% increase in memory DIMM count, Intel® Xeon® E5-2600 v2 Processors, faster I/O slots and enhanced Smart Array Controller that now ships with 512MB Flash Back Write Cache standard. In addition, it is also more flexible with the HP FlexibleLOM which provides the ability to customize server networking today and the ability to meet future needs without overhauling server hardware.Product Type: ServerProcessorNumber of Processors Supported: 2Number of Processors Installed: 1Processor Manufacturer: IntelProcessor Type: XeonProcessor Model: E5-2620 v2Processor Core: Hexa-core (6 Core)Processor Speed: 2.10 GHzCache: 15 MBChipsetChipset Manufacturer: IntelChipset Model: C600MemoryStandard Memory: 16 ... read more
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