IBM X3850 X5 2X2 13GHZ XN E7-4830 8C 24MB 8G

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  • Quick Code: B686988
  • Manufacturer: IBM
  • EAN code:5051045069595
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IBM System x x3850 X5 2.13GHz E7-4830 1975W Rack (4U) serverx3850 X5, 2 x Intel Xeon E7-4830 (24M Cache, 2.13 GHz, 6.40 GT/s Intel QPI), 4 x 4GB DDR3, 0GB HDD, Matrox G200eV 16MB DDR2, Gigabit Ethernet, 2 x RJ-45, Hot-swap, 8 x 2.5" SAS/SATA HDD, 1 x 5.25" SATA, 8 x USB 2.0, 1975W, 35300g, Rack 4U

The x3850 X5 server is the fifth generation of the Enterprise X-Architecture, delivering innovation with enhanced reliability and availability features to enable optimal performance for databases, enterprise applications, and virtualized environments. Environments that run around the clock to supply information world-wide require dependable servers with features that can tolerate a component failure without total shutdown.

The x3850 X5 server packs numerous fault-tolerant and high-availability features into a high-density, rack-optimized package that helps to significantly reduce the space needed to support massive network computing operations. A single x3850 X5 supports up to four of Intel's high-performance 10-core processors and up to 1.5 TB of memory. Two x3850 X5 servers can be connected together to form a single-system image with up to eight processors and up to 3 TB of RAM. This processing capacity is ideal for large-scale database or virtualization requirements.

The x3850 X5 is an ideal server for enterprise database and virtualization workloads. The x3850 X5 currently holds the #1 scores in five industry-standard benchmarks. This includes a four-socket TPC-C (database benchmark) result of over 2.3 million transactions per minute (27% better than the closest HP result) and world record TPC-H (business intelligence) price performance result.