vHP's Proliant line of servers is in its eighth generation. These servers have become fixtures in SMB datacenters. The latest entry, the DL380p ($2,659–$14,000) is a beast of a machine. Not only can you completely trick it out spec-wise for maximum performance, but it also offers a ton of management and control options. It's the fastest server we've tested, and that's thanks to the expensive configuration HP sent us for testing—an over $14,000 piece of iron. However, even a lower-spec configuration will deliver the performance and reliability that SMBs still need from a server.
As mentioned, this server خرید سرور dl380 g9 shipped to us fully loaded. It has dual Intel Xeon E5-2690 (2.9GHz) processors—with a total of 16 cores. RAM is 128GB DDR3-1600 and storage is comprised of eight 300GB 6G SAS 10K rpm SFF 2.5-inch disks. It's a 2U rack mount server that ships with a small-form-factor ball bearing rail kit. It's a bigger machine than the comparable Dell PowerEdge R420. Disks are configured in two logical drives with RAID 5.