For Sale 1 x HP N36L Microserver & 1 x HP N54L Microserver

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Hi all,

1 x HP Microserver N36L (COLLECTION ONLY - NO BOX) - 8GB RAM, NO HDD, missing the 3.5" bay cover, little bit dusty, no extra screws etc.. and no key to lock the front bay door. Boots up and runs no problem (Unraid, Win10 and Hirensbootcd).

1 x HP Microserver N54L (COLLECTION ONLY - NO BOX) - 8GB RAM, Intel 1GB Low Profile NIC, NO HDD, little bit dusty, no extra screws etc.. and has the key to lock the front bay door. Boots up and runs no problem (Unraid, Win10 and Hirensbootcd).

HP Microserver N36L -£30 - (COLLECTION ONLY)

HP Microserver N54L - £45 - (COLLECTION ONLY)

Thanks :smashin:



Sold items:

Following on from my previous thread I have put the SAS HDDs (since there was no interest) back in the rack and have taken out a small portion of the SATA HDDs as these are now redundant. I therefore now have for sale the following:



All the above have varying hours. NO WARRANTY is left on any of the drives. I have had no issues with these drives (excluding the Seagate), none of these drives have any bad sectors and have been working flawlessly in my Unraid and FreeNAS (EXCLUDING THE SEAGATE) setups over the years I have been running them.

These have all passed Unraid's preclear testing (NOT INCLUDING THE SEAGATE)(I haven't got these to hand due to wiping the usb!) For those not aware of "preclear", it is essentially a stress test before you commit a drive to an array and compares S.M.A.R.T values to determine its health. You cannot complete a preclear with a duff drive, the preclear will just fail to start after checking values.

I've attached the results from CrystalDiskInfo for the HDDs for you view. Please pay attention to the "UDMA_CRC_Error_Count" line. These CRC errors were due to what I thought at the time was a dodgy SAS card when in fact was due to faulty cables. If you look at the logs you will see the initial count and cycle count has not increased and that the status count is zero. Also one of the WD Green shows a "Write Error Rate" of 1, this has been present since I purchased the drive and hasn't increased.

I hope I haven't inadvertently confused anyone with the above, I just prefer to give a detailed explanation. Hope you're still awake!

The 4TB Seagate was taken out from it's external enclosure as it was dropping from the USB controller. I used it for a bit and the put it on the shelf until now. I've run it through Hard Disk Sentinel and it came back with no damaged or bad sectors and CrystalDiskInfo says it is okay. So it may be the case that it is perfectly fine but I am airing on the side of caution with it being potentially faulty and therefore £20 less than the other 4TBs.
SATA (SEAGATE ONLY) - 4TB - £25

SATA - 2TB - £25 each (2 for 47.5)
SATA - 3TB - £35 each (2 for £67.50)
SATA - 4TB - £45 each (2 for £87.50, 3 for £130, 4 for £172, 5 for £215, 6 for £257.50, 7 for £300, 8 for £345, 9 for £392, 10 for £432, 11 for £472)

Royal Mail/My Hermes/UPS/Collect+ will be used for delivery, all tracked and signed. All HDDs will be in antistatic bags and packaged well. If you are wanting to collect a bulk amount of HDDs then I will remove the delivery cost.

1 x 4TB - HGST/Hitachi 7K4000 (HDS7204040ALE640) (PAG311DS)
- Sold to paul99
1 x 4TB - Seagate ST4000DM000 (ST4000DM000-1F2168) ** MAYBE FAULTY ** - Sold to paul99
1 x 3TB - WD Red (WD30EFRX) (WMC1T1097191) - Sold to colito

2 x 4TB - HGST/Hitachi 7K4000 (HDS7204040ALE640) (PAG16TRM, PAG41EZJ) - Sold to tuttonp
1 x 3TB - WD Red (WD30EFRX) (WMC1T1035806) - Sold to tuttonp
1 x 3TB - HGST/Hitachi 7K3000 (HDS723030ALA640) (YHGAT97A) - Sold to tuttonp
2 x 2TB - WD Green (WD20EARS) (WMAZA0481226, WMAZA1536372) - Sold to tuttonp

7 x 4TB - HGST/Hitachi 5K4000 (HDS5C4040ALE630) (LAG1LH6C, LAG1EM8C, LAGB4Z2H, LAG13ZHA, LAG2102A, LAG1W76C, LAG0Y2UH) - Sold to tmknight
1 x 4TB - HGST/Hitachi 7K4000 (HDS7204040ALE640) (PAG1PX9S) - Sold to tmknight
1 x 4TB - WD Green (WD40EZRX) (WCC4E5PEDFEU) - Sold to tmknight
 
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Hi. I've got £20 here for the Seagate 4TB.
 

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Hi - I will offer asking for the Seagate. This assumes that I have correctly understood that it since worked continuously and correctly without dropout when connected directly via sata and that the problems occurred only when it was earlier connected externally via a usb caddy.
 

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Hi - I will offer asking for the Seagate. This assumes that I have correctly understood that it since worked continuously and correctly without dropout when connected directly via sata and that the problems occurred only when it was earlier connected externally via a usb caddy.

Correct, once out of it's original Seagate USB3 enclosure it didn't dropout but I don't like to take chances with storage so I bagged it up a bit after and put on the shelf until this sale. 2 pieces of software report the the drive is okay including a full surface scan. So perhaps I am being overly cautious, but I would prefer any potential buyer to be aware of it's history and as such be sold at a reduced prices vs the other 4TB HDDs due to what I perceived as being potentially faulty.

If you are still happy to continue, we can move to PM.

Thanks
 

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Correct, once out of it's original Seagate USB3 enclosure it didn't dropout but I don't like to take chances with storage so I bagged it up a bit after and put on the shelf until this sale. 2 pieces of software report the the drive is okay including a full surface scan. So perhaps I am being overly cautious, but I would prefer any potential buyer to be aware of it's history and as such be sold at a reduced prices vs the other 4TB HDDs due to what I perceived as being potentially faulty.

If you are still happy to continue, we can move to PM.

Thanks
Hi - Yes, that is fine. I have had HDs from you reliably before.

As an alternative I will increase my offer to £60 to also include a more reliable 4TB that you have tested as being without issues (PK1311 PAG311DS). If not, I am content tp move to pm still with just the 1 HD.
 

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Where in Essex are you for collection?
 

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Hi - Yes, that is fine. I have had HDs from you reliably before.

As an alternative I will increase my offer to £60 to also include a more reliable 4TB that you have tested as being without issues (PK1311 PAG311DS). If not, I am content tp move to pm still with just the 1 HD.

Make it £62.50 to cover a bit of the postage and we have a deal
 

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Make it £62.50 to cover a bit of the postage and we have a deal
Yes that is fine. I could not see either of the 4TB drives pictured, but I have picked out PK1311 PAG311DS which I believe you are confident is reliable and the one that was unreliable when used in an external USB enclosure.

I will send a pm.
 

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Yes that is fine. I could not see either of the 4TB drives pictured, but I have picked out PK1311 PAG311DS which I believe you are confident is reliable and the one that was unreliable when used in an external USB enclosure.

I will send a pm.
Perfect will reply to PM. Sorry I have actually missed 2 more hdds photos, here are the two HHDs you have asked for.

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I will take 1 x of the 3TB WD Reds at asking please.
 

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Details exchanged, money received, all packaged ready for posting tomorrow, tracking details and packing photos supplied.

Cheers :smashin:
Thanks, also for taking the trouble to adequately pack these. I will be sure to confirm back safe receipt.
 

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Thanks, also for taking the trouble to adequately pack these. I will be sure to confirm back safe receipt.
Just letting you know that the package has been delivered a couple of minutes ago, in the same condition as sent. I will check it out later.
 

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Just letting you know that the package has been delivered a couple of minutes ago, in the same condition as sent. I will check it out later.
No problem. Thanks for the update
 

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Just to confirm mine arrived safely today too. Will check it out properly as soon as I get some time in the next few days.

Cheers.
 

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