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Condition:
Seller refurbished:
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“Updated Firmware Version. The photos will be Generic because items will be configured according to your choice and the view will be changed.Chassis may not come with Bezel. We recommend you to confirm with us before purchase.”
Brand:
HP
Form Factor:
Rack Mount
Model:
DL380 G9
MPN:
DL380 G9 4LFF, DL380 Gen9 4LFF
Processor Speed:
3 GHz
Number of Processors:
2
Memory Type:
DDR4
RAM Size:
128 GB
Product Line:
ProLiant
Type:
Computer Server
Processor Manufacturer:
Intel
Processor Type:
Xeon


HP Proliant DL380 G9 4-LFF 2x E5-2623 v3 128GB Memory 4x 1TB HDD

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