DELL POWEREDGE R220 SERVER AVAILABLE ON RENTAL & SALE
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DELL POWEREDGE R220 SERVER OVERVIEW
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DELL POWEREDGE R220 SERVER
Install your server in a wide range of settings, thanks to a short chassis depth of (15.5″) that makes the R220 more compact than competitive servers. Easily deploy in a short-depth rack, on a countertop or in a data center and have ample space for cabling or for connecting devices to the 5 USB ports. Quiet, office-level acoustics make this server ideal for open-office environments and can reduce noise in data centers.
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DELL POWEREDGE R220 SERVER SPECIFICATION
Intel Xeon processor E3-1200 v3 product family and Intel C222 series chipset – The Intel Xeon processor E3-1200 v3 product family combined with the Intel C220 series chipset enables memory speeds of up to 1600MT/s, improved I/O throughput and power efficiency enhancements.
Next-generation PERC options – The PowerEdge R220 supports the PERC8 controller cards with improved functionality and faster performance.
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Dell Poweredge R220 Server
The dell r220 rack server is the successor to the popular R210 and R210 II families which are solid low-end appliances. These are not the large virtualization servers but rather the servers meant for SMB racks, dedicated server hosting, and smaller bare metal application deployments. Dell produces scores of these servers so service, support and spares are generally easy to come by. In both of our colocation facilities, we have seen these Dell servers being run only a few racks down from the STH cabinets so they certainly seem popular. This review has not been Dell sanctioned, however we see the poweredge r220 rack server review in many of the lower power density 120V racks and wanted to give one a try.
Looking inside our Dell PowerEdge R220 we can see a relatively well laid out design. There are a total of four fans cooling which spreads enough airflow around the short depth chassis. Underneath the CPU and memory shroud we can find the LGA1150 socket, passive heatsink and four RAM slots that accept up to 32GB. The dual chassis fans provide redundancy in the event of a failure so that air will still move through the shroud. There is a single PCIe expansion slot in the chassis and plenty of room for most add-in networking or storage cards. We fit NVMe drives as well as network cards like Mallanox dual port FDR Infiniband cards in the riser.
The rear of the Dell PowerEdge R220 servers had a number of ports on the back. There were legacy VGA and serial ports. Two USB 3.0 ports provided more modern connectivity. The R220 also had front I/O for VGA and USB to aid in the use of KVM carts in the datacenter. One can see two Broadcom based gigabit Ethernet ports. One unusual feature was the eSATA port which can be used for external expansion for those that shun the use of NAS storage. Finally the 80 Plus Silver power supply had a nice feature on the rear I/O panel: a cable management clip. That black clip on the right side of the image helps keep the cabling more organized which is important in the datacenter.
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