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Aug 24 2017
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• Scalability Issues:
Dual E5-2600 v3 Xeons, DDR4 memory and the best storage potential makes the PowerEdge T630 a highly versatile server. Capable of handling a wide range of workloads, it’s an ideal choice for SMBs looking for high expansion and growth potential.
• Other Advice:
Pros Huge CPU core count; Massive storage potential; Superb build quality; Extensive management tools Cons Top bin Xeons are pricey