Hardware for Sale

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My Portable Data Center is up for renewal so I’ve got quit some hardware for sale. The hardware is awesome, but is limited to 32 GB of memory and 1 GbE.

That’s the de facto standard for entry level lab hardware priced at around $1000. I’ve been using that for my Master Class all over the world with great success, but are now stepping up the game thanks to my sponsors.

The plan is to create a new 4 Node Nutanix Cluster with Supermicro E200-8D in a 4U Portable Rack roughly estimated at $8000 using existing hardware from two of my old SuperServer 5028D-TN4T servers.

I’m planning on doing some Christmas shopping during our family trip to Orlando in December which means a detailed blog post on Portable Data Center 2.0 should go live in January 2019.

Hardware for Sale

2x SuperServer 5028D-TN4T with Intel 750 NVMe 500 GB – $750 each + shipping

4x Intel Skull Canyon NUC6i7KYK Core i7 with 32 GB // 500 GB WD Blue SSD M2 – $500 each + shipping

2x Intel Skull Canyon NUC6i7KYK Core i7 with 32 GB // 500 GB WD Blue SSD M2 // 500 GB Samsung 960 EVO NVMe – $700 each + shipping

1x Intel NUC 6th Gen Core i5 with 32 GB // 500 GB WD Blue SSD M2 // 500 GB Samsung 960 EVO NVMe – $500 + shipping

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4 Responses to Hardware for Sale

  1. Orlando in December?? You do know that the Disney World marathon weekend 2018-01-13. There’s a 5K on Thur, 10K on Fri, half marathon on Sat and a full marathon on Sunday. We head to Orlando for this weekend each and do all four runs. Lots of Brazilian come up for the weekend also.

    • Hi James, didn’t know that, glad we go first week of December then, less people hopefully 🙂 So you definitely enough running. I used to fly via Sao Paulo, but now there’s a direct flight cutting the time from 22 to 7.5 hours. The prices are also very good around $350 to Orlando / Miami. Let me know when you come to Fortaleza, I’ve got a couple of apartments on Airbnb for rental .-)

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