Dell PowerEdge R730 Server Intel Xeon E5-2620 V4, 8GB, 2x300GB HDD, 2x495W, 3 Year Warranty
Processor : Intel Xeon Processor E5-2620 v4 (8 Core, 20M Cache, 2.10 GHz)
Form Factor : Rack
Memory Capacity : 8 GB
Storage Capacity : 2 x 300 GB
Operating System : No OS
Graphics Card : Intel Integrated
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Dell PowerEdge R730 Server
Tackle almost any workload
- The incredible versatility of the PowerEdge R730 server delivers outstanding functionality in just 2U of rack space. With the combination of powerful processors, large memory, fast storage options and GPU accelerator support, the R730 performs exceptionally well in a number of demanding environments.
Virtualization and cloud applications
- With the Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2600 v4 product family and up to 24 DIMMs of DDR4 RAM, the R730 has the processing cycles and threads and large memory footprint necessary to deliver more, larger and higher-performing virtual machines for data centers and cloud platforms.
- Highly scalable storage, with up to 16 x 12Gb SAS drives and the high-performance 12Gb PowerEdge RAID Controller (PERC9), can greatly accelerate data access for your virtualized environment. In addition, the R730 can take advantage of optional SanDisk® DAS Cache application acceleration technology for even faster data access.
VDI and HPC
- The option for up to two 300W dual-width accelerators/GPUs (choose from Intel® Xeon Phi™, NVIDIA® Tesla® and AMD FirePro™) supports environments that require processing acceleration, including graphics-intensive virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) implementations, such as CAD/CAM and other research and development applications. Seven PCIe Gen3 expansion slots plus a dedicated slot for a RAID controller further enhance IO flexibility to help make the R730 an ideal compute node for IT as a service (XaaS) providers as well as high-performance computing (HPC) and medical-imaging solutions.
Reliable business processing and decision support
The popular-sized 2S/2U R730 can be easily configured as a reliable, general-purpose server for business-critical applications, with scale-out storage, automated management and high-availability features, such as:
- Redundant power supply units (PSUs)
- Hot-plug and swappable PSUs, HDDs and fans
- Dual SD card option for failsafe hypervisors
Simplify and automate your IT management tasks
- Manage your data center servers the way you want: individually, collectively, in-person, remotely or with your smartphone — it’s your choice. Consistent administration and 3rd-party integration ensure seamless management of PowerEdge servers.
- Simplify administration of PowerEdge servers with the embedded intelligence of the integrated Dell Remote Access Controller (iDRAC) with Lifecycle Controller and with the robust, timesaving management features of the entire Dell OpenManage portfolio.
- Agent-free management from iDRAC8 with Lifecycle Controller offers real-time monitoring for the server and internal storage devices. It also monitors server health, multiple internal parameters and system performance without requiring agents to be installed in the server operating system — agents which could require additional upkeep and consume valuable CPU time.
- Zero-touch automated deployment discovers and auto-configures Dell servers by using configuration files stored in designated locations on an internal network, which can reduce setup time and manual entry errors. Administrators can simply rack, cable and walk away.
- Automated server updates synchronize servers to firmware baselines stored at designated locations on an internal network to simplify firmware updates.
- The TThe Tech Support Report, automatically maintained by iDRAC, is a continuously updated health and status report that monitors over 5,000 key system parameters and can help cut time needed to identify and resolve server issues.
Monitor and manage from anywhere
- Administer systems from your smartphone, laptop or at the system with both local and remote management options.
- Use your smartphone with the OpenManage Mobile app to securely monitor remote systems, or connect to a server via Near Field Communications (NFC) to access a status report and logs using the iDRAC Quick Sync feature.
- Use a USB memory stick to upload configurations files for BIOS, iDRAC, PERC, LAN on motherboard (LOM) and network interface card (NIC) updates with the iDRAC Direct feature.
- Connect a laptop via USB to a specific server’s embedded iDRAC8 management-console interface for robust "at the system" management.
Accelerate IT service deployment
Streamline infrastructure provisioning, speed up workload deployment and simplify IT service delivery through the unified console and highly intuitive user interface of Active System Manager. Enhanced for the latest generation of PowerEdge servers, it features:
- Template-based server and IO configurations, identity management and service migration capabilities
- Fast workload deployment with an expanding out-of-box template library
- Cloud enablement with support for infrastructure as a service (IaaS) and platform as a service (PaaS), including Red Hat and VMware solutions
Stocking the future-ready data center
- With high-performance processing, large memory capacity and innovative local storage options offering greater scalability throughout the portfolio, the latest generation of PowerEdge servers meets your needs today, with the hardware, headroom and simplified management to adapt as your workloads demand.
PowerEdge Servers - FAQ
I. Standard Questions
1. How can I subscribe to receive Dell Driver and Firmware Update notifications?
In order to ensure optimal performance and stability for your Dell system, it is important to be aware of the latest updates available for the drivers and firmware. Dell Technical Update Notifications are a great way to get information on releases as soon as they become public.
2. What is the Service Tag, and where do I find it on my system?
The Dell Service Tag is a seven character identifier that is unique to each Dell product. In addition to the Service Tag, there is an Express Service Code which is a 10-digit numeric version of the Service Tag. For identifying your system on Dell side, at least one of these tags is mandatory for opening a service request at Dell Technical Support.
3. How can I update my server?
Updates are software files that are used for extending feature sets, life span, or performance , as well as to correct significant errors. Furthermore performing system updates is one of the first steps in troubleshooting an issue.
II. Technical Questions
1. Why this is not possible to configure RAID options on HBA330?
Dell PowerEdge 12Gbps SAS HBA controllers with HBA interface provides Non-RAID function. The HBA330 does not support the Raid function. To benefit from RAID features, please use a physical card such as PERC H730P/H730/H330.
2. Broadcom 57416 network card fails to connect to a 10M/100M switch.
On the Broadcom 57416, NIC ports are compliant with IEEE 802.3an (10GBase-T) and IEEE 802.3ab (1000Base-T) standards only. This is a normal behavior and functioning as expected.
3. CTRL-R is not working on my 14G Server
PERC 7 & 8 can be configured using the shortcut CRTL-R during startup . PERC 10 series such as H740 and H840 have to be configured using the "System Setup" menu by pressing F2 during startup.
4. BOSS-S1 Card introduction
The BOSS-S1 card is a simple RAID solution card that supports up to two 6 Gbps M.2 SATA devices and allows to boot on the server's operating system. The BOSS-S1 adapter card has a x8 connector using PCIe gen 2.0 x2 lanes, available only in the low-profile and full-height form factors. The BOSS-S1 modular card has a dedicated slot in modular servers.
5. How to find the driver for Broadcom 57416 ?
In the menu "Driver and Dowloads" of the Dell Support site, use the keyword "NetXtreme-E" to search the driver.
6. What is the default root password for VMWare ESXi installations?
With the launch of the 14th generation of DellEMC PowerEdge servers, the factory default password of preinstalled VMWare ESXi operating systems changed to the individual Service Tag of the system. Older systems had no default password set.
7. How can I troubleshoot CPU internal errors (IERR) and CPU machine check errors?
The CPU Internal Error (CPU IErr) or CPU Machine Check error is usually not an error of the CPU itself, but a sign that the CPU has detected an error in the system, or received an erroneous instruction from a system component. This can theoretically be caused by any system component but is more often than not caused by a memory error.
8. How can I install Win Server 2008 R2SP1 on a Dell PE R230, R330, T130 or T330 incl. USB 3.0?
Dell’s 13th generation PowerEdge server models (R/T/M/FX) 430 and higher come with both USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 . There is a toggle switch in the BIOS which allows the user to either use USB 2.0 or USB 3.0 (this defaults to 2.0 from our factory). PowerEdge server models (R/T) 330 and lower provide USB 3.0 only.
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|Model Number||Dell PowerEdge R730|
|Processor||Intel Xeon Processor E5-2620 v4 (8 Core, 20M Cache, 2.10 GHz)|
|Memory Capacity||8 GB|
|Storage Capacity||2 x 300 GB|
|Operating System||No OS|
|Graphics Card||Intel Integrated|
PERC H730 Integrated RAID Controller 1GB Cache;
16X DVD+/-RW ROM Drive SATA ;
Dual Hot-plug Redundant Power Supply (1+0) 750W ;
Sliding Ready Rack Rails with Cable Management Arm;
Broadcom 5720 Quad Port 1Gb Network Card;
iDRAC8 Express Integrated Dell Remote Access Controller Express|
|Dimensions (W, H, L ) in cm||8.73 x 44.4 x 68.4|
|Warranty||3 year warranty|