HARDWARE SALE, Supermicro 8-node Microcloud Servers
My company, Rhino Technology Group, specializes in providing hardware to web hosting companies.
Currently, I am running a special on Supermicro 8-node x9 Microclouds. 180 systems available
1x 3U SuperServer 5037MR-H8TRF (8 NODES)
16x 16GB DIMMS (256GB total)
1x 10GB SFP+ (option of AOC-CTG-I1S or MCX311A-XCAT for this)
1x RAIL KIT
90 Day Warranty
$950 ($118.75 Per Node) 10% discount on orders of 10+ systems
I am able to ship in the Continental US for free to locations with a loading dock. Reach out to me for international or residential shipping quotes.
I can customize these with HDDs or SSDs, and different CPU or Memory configurations.
I am available for any questions, have a good one!
Is your name Josh, by chance?
Congrats on your first post.
Its not me.
Ha, I know that. You know which Josh I'm suspicious of.
Hey i've ordered stuff from you before Welcome!
One 10G port shared with 8 nodes?
each node will have 10gb port
but this is the only non ipmi port each node will have , so using it is not optional
He definitely meant Joshua Prout as joke. lol But this definitely isn't him.
This is a very tempting offer.
Ha, yeah... I did.
Definitely not him. I just saw the new account, posting hardware for sale, and assumed the worse.
Looks like Rhino Tech Group has been around a long time.
It's a tempting offer for sure.
Knew I recognized the name.
:is missing from the link to supermicro product page.
Hey!, can't edit the post, but there are 8 total 10g ports(1 per node)
and here is the link to the specs: https://www.supermicro.com/en/products/archive/system/sys-5037mr-h8trf
Any idea of the power draw of this chassis with the 8 nodes powered on ?
too many factors for me to give a good answer. If you are serious about them my suggestion is usually to get a test machine
As Luke said, there are a lot of factors unique to each person's setup to consider that make estimating power usage hard.
With that said, we have some similar 8node machines in production, currently running x10srd-f/E5-1650v3/128GB DDR4/2x512GB SATA SSD on 30A/120v, so the power consumption is comparable to the devices Luke is selling.
Here is a screenshot of our node with the highest utilization currently.
So expect around ~200W utilization under high load per node, which is about 1.66A on 120V. If you're on 208v or 240v, the amperage would obviously decrease a bit.
pr0n alert. I'am salivating.
Pretty cool info to share. I like seeing actual high-usage load numbers and comparing to rated TDP of CPU (I know, TDP != wall wattage). Seems pretty accurate in this case once accounting for 120v and misc system overhead/conversion losses.
Hey all! Still have quite a few of these available! Happy Monday!
Do you have this with other CPUs as well?
Dual e5 or xeon e3 1270v2 (or better)?
If so I could contact you later this year?
Yes, I have other CPUs in stock and I can source your preferred model if I don't have it.
Yeah, let me know when you need them and we can work something out.
Still have these! Thanks for looking!
Can you confirm there is IPMI available on the Integrated RJ45 Port ? And, is the 10G on Extra PCIe Adapter ?
Yes the 10G is on either AOC-CTG-I1S or MCX311A-XCAT(about half and half of the 180 systems)
Lowering my price on these to the bulk discount price! $855 per system! Thanks for looking!
Ah, that's a $95 more discount !