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rothanuth
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Power consumption chart, Ambient temperature chart

What is Power consumption chart, Ambient temperature chart
for server dell poweredge 2950 ?
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RE: Power consumption chart, Ambient temperature chart

Use the DCCP at http://dell.com/calc and you can also find some system specifications in the Getting Started Guide at http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/pe2950/en/index.htm.

Regards,

Andreas Erson

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rothanuth
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RE: Power consumption chart, Ambient temperature chart

"Use the DCCP at http://dell.com/calc and you can also find some system specifications in the Getting Started Guide at http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/pe2950/en/index.htm."
Very thanks for this, but i can not find Dell Server Poweredge R200 and Dell Server Poweredge R300 in DCCP for calculation.
Please kindly help me again.
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RE: Power consumption chart, Ambient temperature chart

Both the R200 and R300 are visible when I start DCCP. Go to Servers, expand PowerEdge Servers and they are located on the fourth and fifth place from the top.

Be advised if you're pondering on a purchase that Dell has recently announced the R10 replacement for the R200. They are also introducing a new 2U-server called R510 which seems to be a single cpu socket version of the R710.

"The PowerEdge R210 is 88 percent more energy efficient than the previous generation" - a quote from the press release. They also announced two tower servers called T110 and T310 along with a SMB NAS called NX300 and _28_ new UPS products. The four new servers are due to be released in September (not yet though).

See the press release here:
http://content.dell.com/us/en/corp/d/press-releases/2009-09-09-dellPoweredgeForSmallBusiness.aspx

Regards,

Andreas Erson

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rothanuth
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RE: Power consumption chart, Ambient temperature chart

"Both the R200 and R300 are visible when I start DCCP. Go to Servers, expand PowerEdge Servers and they are located on the fourth and fifth place from the top.

Be advised if you're pondering on a purchase that Dell has recently announced the R10 replacement for the R200. They are also introducing a new 2U-server called R510 which seems to be a single cpu socket version of the R710.

"The PowerEdge R210 is 88 percent more energy efficient than the previous generation" - a quote from the press release. They also announced two tower servers called T110 and T310 along with a SMB NAS called NX300 and _28_ new UPS products. The four new servers are due to be released in September (not yet though).

See the press release here:
http://content.dell.com/us/en/corp/d/press-releases/2009-09-09-dellPoweredgeForSmallBusiness.aspx"
Very thanks agian, OK ! i can found both R200 and R300 on DCCP.
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