Form factor/height Rack/8U
Processor (max) Up to eight Intel Xeon E7-4800/8800 v2 processor families up to 3.2 GHz, up to 1600 MHz memory access, 15 cores per processor
Cache (max) Up to 37.5 MB
Memory (max) Up to 12.0 TB, 192 x 64 GB LRDIMMs; supports 4 GB, 8 GB, 16 GB RDIMMs; supports 32 GB and 64 GB LRDIMMs; up to 1600 MHz RAS mode and up to 2667 MHz performance mode
Ultra-low latency Flash storage Up to 12.8 TB, 32 x 400 GB eXFlash™ DIMMs
Expansion slots Up to 22 PCIe; Gen3 (up to 22), Gen 2 (up to 4), up to ten x16 slots; up to 12 full-length, full-height
Disk bays (total/hot-swap) Up to sixteen 2.5-inch Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) or SAS solid state drives (SSDs); or up to thirty two 1.8-inch eXFlash SSDs
Maximum internal storage Up to 19.2 TB, 16 x 2.5-inch SAS/SATA hard disk drives (HDDs) or up to 25.6 TB, 16 x 2.5-inch SSDs or 12.8 TB, 32 x 1.8-inch eXFlash SSDs
Network interface Two ML2 sockets; ML2 card choices include: 4 x 1 GbE copper or 2 x 10 GbE SFP+ or 2 x 10 GbE 10BaseT; Two dedicated 1 GbE on-board management ports
Power supply (std/max) Up to eight common 1400 W or 900 W AC or 8 x 750 W DC
Hot-swap components Half-Length I/O Books, Full-Length I/O Books, power supplies, fans, hard disk drives, SSDs
RAID support RAID-0, -1, optional RAID-5, -6
Systems management Alert on LAN 2, automatic server restart, IBM Systems Director, ServerGuide™, IMM2, light path diagnostics (independently powered) , Wake on LAN, Dynamic System Analysis, Predictive Failure Analysis on storage, processors, adapter slots, VRMs, fans, power supplies and memory
Operating systems supported Microsoft Windows Server, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server, Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server, VMware vSphere Hypervisor
Limited warranty 3-year customer replaceable unit and onsite service, next business day 9×5, service upgrades available

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