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Only $129 for Dell PowerEdge T20 Intel Pentium G3220 Dual-core Tower Server(w/Free S&H) 

Only $129 = $337.00 - $158.00(Current Promotion Savings) - $50(Coupon)

Coupon Code: "129T20" (Exp Unknown/Soon). + Tax (in most states)

- This system normally sells for $337

  • Intel Pentium G3220 3GHz Dual-Core 53W CPU
  • 4GB DDR3 RAM
  • Gigabit Ethernet
  • No included Hard Drive
  • Mini Tower form factor
  • up to 12 USB ports (4x USB 3.0)
  • No OS included
  • 1yr Dell warranty 

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Great deal especially if you have a few extra advantage rewards gift cards laying around. I picked one up last time it was on sale and swapped out the Pentium for a xeon when I got it. Worked perfectly. https://www.fatwallet.com/forums/expired-deals/1481368/ explains what I did a bit further.

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hmm, I just went through the whole purchase process for one. Didnt have any checkout issues.

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papeluv said:   Great deal especially if you have a few extra advantage rewards gift cards laying around. I picked one up last time it was on sale and swapped out the Pentium for a xeon when I got it. Worked perfectly. https://www.fatwallet.com/forums/expired-deals/1481368/ explains what I did a bit further.
 where did you buy the xeon from ? 

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gocint said:   
papeluv said:   Great deal especially if you have a few extra advantage rewards gift cards laying around. I picked one up last time it was on sale and swapped out the Pentium for a xeon when I got it. Worked perfectly. https://www.fatwallet.com/forums/expired-deals/1481368/ explains what I did a bit further.
 where did you buy the xeon from ? 

  
Xeon Deal is here - Only $279 for Dell PowerEdge T20 Intel Xeon E3-1225 v3 Quad-Core Tower Server(w/Free S&H) 

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I got the xeon off of eBay for another intended build but ended up using a i5 for that machine, IMHO you wont find a better deal with the xeon in it for the $279 offer... If i had combined my Dell advantage giftcards before yesterday i would have hopped on that instead. I believe i paid around $175 on eBay for the Xeon proc I used in that first machine. This second machine will probably be used as a cheap web server/backup machine. The machine I put the xeon in has been running rock solid ever since i swapped the chips in it, same cpu cooler and all.

FYI, These use a stupid Dell proprietary PSU in them so if you are considering upgrading the PSU for a card or cards that need some serious juice you should be prepared to cut and splice, also if memory serves me correctly there is only 3 sata power connections, maybe 2. If you want more from the original PSU you will need a sata power multiplier, I've got a startech female sata to 4 male sata power adapter that works nicely. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0086OGN9E

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