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HP Proliant DL165 G7 663807-421

HP Proliant DL165 G7 663807-421
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May, 2018

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On average, users rate this product 100/100 and experts rate this product 80/100.

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HP ProLiant DL165 G7 Opteron Server


The DL165 G7 is a high performance, low cost, ultra-dense rack server designed for memory intensive High Performance Computing (HPC) environments, web serving and memory intensive applications

Poor HP technical support, you are on your own here folks

The HP ProLiant DL165 G7 server utilizes the AMD Opteron 6100 series processor to give you 24 cores for your next virtualization system but how good is the HP product support?

Jan, 2011

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amazing 1U Server


I ended up returning this for a 2U DL385G7 to which has 12" of room for a PCIe GPU. This replacement also has the 2.5" drives that i prefer while retaining all of the specs and scalability. I will continue building only HP servers as if youve ever had...

So this is a 1U server, and even though the Newegg description/specs claim that these HP servers can only have 1 socket, do your independent research and you will quickly realize you can throw another Opteron in this server to double your cores. This...

So this server unfortunately does not have the Slim DVD ROM drive, so you will need to attach a temporary unit. i understand this is not the highest end server made, but seriously you can throw a CD/DVD-ROM in that costs at most $50? Next part is this,...

Mar, 2011