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Dell Poweredge SC420 Server

Dell Poweredge SC420 Server
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Dell SC420 server ATX tower cases (no hard-drives). €20

Worth it for the parts alone:
Good ATX cases with 650w PSU's.
Icy Box Caddyless SATA cage.
There is a number of Crucial DDR2 667 1GB RAM sticks.
Cooling fans....

Excellent build quality. Real don’t make ‘em like they used to stuff.


Open to half decent offers and swaps.

Make: Dell
Memory (RAM size): 2GB
Hard disk capacity: Not Specified
Processor: Intel
Shipping: Collection
Payment: Cash
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larjlights 9 months ago
How many bays are there for 3.5 inch HDD?
Feathersthepenguin 9 months ago

Actually a good question. Took me a while to figure out. There's two internal 3.5" bays (with green slide-y things) and an ICYBox in one of the 5.25" bays, so a total of three drives. There's bundles more space inside, for a floppy drive(!) and god knows what else. I reckon, with a bit of custom work, you could probably get five drives in total. If you were using laptop drives...that's yet another story.
larjlights 9 months ago
at the bottom of the front drives, is that a cage for 4 or is it 5, 3.5 inch HDD in vertical orientation? Am talking about the cage on the same level as the processor fan cage (the green plastic)
Feathersthepenguin 9 months ago

No. The cage you refer to takes two 3.5" drives horizontally. The green sliders are only fixed that way (on the bottom of the cage) for storage. Confused me too. Like I said before, it took a while to figure out the actual capacity, which is surprisingly wasteful and dumb, frankly.
larjlights 9 months ago
Would love to see this if it is possible to connect more drives.
laptopcityuk 2 months ago
Hi would you be able to send ust the motherboard to the uk
kind regards Martin
Feathersthepenguin 2 months ago

To be honest, the cost of postage and the time to strip the board out would probably be cost prohibitive.