System x3250 M4

Form factor/height Rack/1U
Processor (max) Intel Xeon E3-1200v2 series (quad-core) up to 3.6 GHz/8 MB/1600 MHz, Intel Core i3 2100 series (dual-core) up to 3.4 GHz/3 MB/1333 MHz, Pentium (dual-core) up to 3.0 GHz/3 MB/1333 MHz
Number of processors (std/max) 1/1
Cache (max) 8 MB L3
Memory (max) 1 × 4 GB 1600 MHz DDR-3 UDIMM standard, maximum 32 GB via four DIMM slots
Expansion slots One PCIe x8, one PCIe x4 for hardware RAID-0, -1, compact dual-port NIC adapter (via CTO only)
Disk bays (total/hot-swap) Two 3.5 in. simple-swap SATA or four 2.5 in. hot-swap/simple-swap SAS/SATA (simple-swap 2.5 in. via CTO only)
Maximum internal storage 8.0 TB, optical drive device optional
Network interface Dual Gigabit Ethernet
Power supply (std/max) 300 W (1/1) or redundant 460 W (1/2)
Simple-swap components Two 3.5 in. simple-swap SATA or four 2.5 in. hot-swap/simple-swap SAS/SATA HDDs (model dependent)
RAID support Simple-swap SATA models - ServeRAID-C100; hot-swap SAS model hardware RAID-0, -1 is standard (model dependent); optional hardware RAID-5
Systems management Integrated Management Module 2 (IMM2) with IPMI 2.0 and Serial over LAN, optional upgrade to remote presence via Feature on Demand (FoD); IBM Systems Director, ServerGuide
Operating systems supported Microsoft Windows Server 2012/Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2/ Microsoft Windows Server 2008, Red Hat Linux, SUSE Linux, vSphere 5.0
Limited warranty 3-year customer replaceable unit and onsite limited warranty, next business day 9×5, service upgrades available
Options
800 GB SATA 2.5" MLC HS Enterprise Value SSD 4 TB 7.2K 6Gbps NL SATA 3.5" SS HDD 8 GB (1x8 GB, 2Rx8, 1.5V) PC3-12800 CL11 ECC DDR3 1600 MHz LP UDIMM
00AJ370 49Y6190 00D4959
High-performance, dense flash to accelerate applications Optimize storage with high density and low cost per GB hard drives Add more memory to help improve the performance of all your workloads

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