General InformationManufacturer: Dell Corporation
Server Type: Poweredge 2600
Manufacturer Website Address: www.dell.com
Product Name: Poweredge 2600 5u-Tower Server
Processor & Chipset
Processor Installed: 1 X Intel Xeon 2.4 GHz
Processor Supports: Up To Two Intel® Xeon™ Iii Processors At, 2.8GHz
Front Side Bus: 533MHz
Cache: 512k L2, 512k, 1mb Or 2mb L3
Chipset: Intel E7501
Memory:Installed Ram: 512MB
Ram Supports: 256mb/512mb/1gb Registered Pc2100 Ddr In Pairs For Two-Way Interleaving Six Ddr Dimm Sockets For Support Up To 12gb Of Main Memory
Configurable Ecc Memory With Chipkill Support
Hard DriveHard Drive Installed: 1 X 36 Gb
Hard Drive Supports:
36GB, 73GB And 146GB (10,000 Rpm) Hot-Plug Ultra320 Scsi Hard Drives
18GB, 36GB And 73GB (15,000 Rpm) Hot-Plug Ultra320 Scsi Hard Drives
Maximum Internal Storage: Up To 1.168tb
Expansion & ConnectivityExpansion Bays Total (Free)
2 X 64-Bit/133mhz Pci-X
4 X 64-Bit/100mhz Pci-X
1 X 32-Bit/33mhz Pci
Embedded Lsi Logic 53c1030 Dual Integrated Pci Ultra320 Lvd Scsi Controller
Embedded Perc4/Di (Dual Channel Ultra320 Raid With 128mb Of Batterybackup Cache)
Optional Perc3/Dc (Dual-Channel Pci Raid Controller)
Optional Perc3/Qc (Quad-Channel Pci Raid Controller)
About Refurbished Products
Server - PowerEdge
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Entry-level, Mid-range, and Premium Dell PowerEdge Servers
The entry-level Dell PowerEdge servers come with single- and dual-socket configurations. These servers are optimized to meet the needs of small to medium-scale businesses.
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PowerEdge Rack Servers
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PowerEdge Tower Servers
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