Dell PowerEdge R710 - 6 Bay

Dell PowerEdge R710 6 Bay ServerIf you are looking for a powerful server that will benefit your business in the long run, the Dell PowerEdge R710 is the perfect server for you. With this new design Dell has included an energy efficient power supply that is paired right to the system's specs.The Dell PowerEdge R710 has been compared to the HP DL380, but has the ability to stay 15% cooler over time. The Dell Management Console helps reduce manual processes, meaning less time and money need to be spent keeping the lights on and more time can be used on thinking up new ways to use this technology.

Dell PowerEdge R710 - 6 Bay Maximum Configuration: 2 X5670 2.93GHz Hex Core Intel CPUs, 288GBs of DDR3 Memory, and 12TB of Hard Drive Space

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  • Dell PowerEdge R710 - 6 Bay Basic

    Dell PowerEdge R710 - 6 Bay Basic

    • 2 x E5520 2.26GHz Quad Core
    • 36GB (9 x 4GB) PC3-10600R
    • 1.5TB (6 x 250GB) 3.5in SATA Hot Swap
    • PERC 6i Controller + 256MB Cache + BBU
    $657.99
  • Dell PowerEdge R710 - 6 Bay Value

    Dell PowerEdge R710 - 6 Bay Value

    • 2 x X5650 2.66GHz Hex Core
    • 144GB (18 x 8GB) DDR3 PC3-10600R
    • 6TB (6 x 1TB) 3.5in SATA Hot Swap
    • PERC 6i Controller + 256MB Cache + BBU
    $1,208.99
  • Dell PowerEdge R710 - 6 Bay Max

    Dell PowerEdge R710 - 6 Bay Max

    • 2 x X5670 2.93GHz Hex Core
    • 288GB (18 x 16GB) DDR3 PC3-10600R
    • 12TB (6 x 2TB) 3.5in SATA Hot Swap
    • H700 Controller + 512MB Cache + BBU
    $1,932.99
  • Memory Without Shield

    Dell R710 Memory

    Not happy with the way your R710 is performing? Upgrading the memory is the quickest and least expensive way to improve the life of your server in a matter of minutes.