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Supermicro SuperServer 6026TT-BIBQF - 4 nodes - cluster - rack-mountable - 2U - 2-way - RAM 0 MB - no HDD - MGA G200e - Gigabit Ethernet, InfiniBand -

Supermicro SuperServer 6026TT-BIBQF - 4 nodes - cluster - rack-mountable - 2U - 2-way - RAM 0 MB - no HDD - MGA G200e - Gigabit Ethernet, InfiniBand -
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9 reviews

Jul, 2014

  • No negative mentions yet

alaTest has collected and analyzed 9 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers really like the size. The design also gets good feedback.

value for money, design, size

On average, users rate this product 80/100.

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SuperMicro Rocks!

 

SuperMicro support has always been excellent anytime I have ever contacted them for support on any of their SuperServer machines. Even for machines that are well out of warranty, they have always been helpful!

This machine has a great build quality and is an excellent value for the price. Just like all the other SuperMicro server chassis I have used previously, this one does not disappoint. This is a barebones chassis which lets you customize the server with...

The current revision of the motherboard that ships with this machine is newer than what it indicated in the paper manual included with it. The CPU and RAM socket layouts are different on the motherboard than what is shown in the paper manual. The...

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dead system

 

cheap price

bought 2 system from Newegg, 1 works and 1 dead ; Returned to Newegg for RMA and they send me back the original dead unit. After months of waiting, Newegg tells me to contact manufacture

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Not long lasting for a server

 

I gave this server rave reviews when I purchased it 16 months ago and it's been humming along until recently. Last week it halted with a low voltage indicator on the RAID controller. Replaced the RAID controller and same thing (tried 2 different...

See my original review from 1/18/2011

See my original review from 1/18/2011

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Much better than the 1U

 

Set this up as our 3rd VMWare ESXi 4.1 server. I installed an Areca 1222 RAID controller (requires downloading drivers from VMWare) but so far it has worked fantastic.

Clean easy to work on server (cable routing from front to back is great compared to other servers chassis I've worked on) ; 8 x 3.5" bays provide for a nice size RAID ; Includes 2 CPU heat sinks ; Includes DVD/CD-ROM

Very noisy, even for a server (comparing to ASUS chassis and Dell/HP systems) ; No documentation on the hotswap drive back plane (never have figured out how to connect the RAID card's drive activity connectors properly) ; Built in RAID is SOFTWARE, not...

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Solid server for a great price

 

If you're using SATA drives, disconnect the sideband cable (which you only need for SAS drives) from the backplane and the red drive error LEDs will stop flashing.

Solid construction, great cooling design, fairly quiet, plenty of config options. I'm running several of these with x5650 processors 96GB ram, and 8xSATA drives in RAID5 config. It runs lots of VMs without any problems. Easy to configure, and if you're...

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Excellent value

 

Equiped it with dual Xeon 5520's, 12GB of ram, 8 WD RE3 drives running off an Adaptec 5805 controller setup in a RAID 10. Outstanding performance. No prebuilt commercial server could come close to it in content and price. They're going in an enclosed...

Outstanding value that allows for a custom build ; Dual power supplies ; Well built barebones server setup that offers many options for the final build ; As far as using a RAID controller card, I made the card's included cables reach by removing the...

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Great server

 

I have 8x2TB drives running in RAID10 on this monster along with 24GB of ram and 2x5520 Xeon processors. This server is running Proxmox with 6 heavy load VM's on it and not breaking a sweat.

Great case, solid hardware. It was easy to route new SATA cables for the 3ware raid card I purchased. Server has been up for almost 3 months with no problems

If you want to run a 3rd party raid card, you will need longer fanout cables

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Great server

 

Bought it for a file server and put a bunch of disks in it; works great. Setup was really easy and haven't had any problems with it. You can also get Supermicro's IMPI 2 card for $60 and have remote management

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Nice server

 

A little light on the BIOS settings, be careful with the disk detection when using an add-in RAID card.

Hardware all recognized by Proxmox, made a virt server out of this, 2 E5520s, 24gb Patriot 1066 RAM, and 4 Samsung 1TB drives in Raid10 on an Adaptec 5405. Couldn't be happier, easy to move around in the case and snake SATA cables for RAID array

None, exactly what I expected out of a SuperMicro barebones

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