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

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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.
Again no problem. Thanks for the update
 

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Hi,

£40 delivered for Hitachi 4TB with serial ending M8C?

Thanks.
 

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Not entirely sure what's left in terms of bare SATA drives.

I'd like 2 x 3TB and 2 x 4TB (matched pairs if poss)

Do you have this left??
 

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Not entirely sure what's left in terms of bare SATA drives.

I'd like 2 x 3TB and 2 x 4TB (matched pairs if poss)

Do you have this left??

Evening,

Matching pair for the 4TB I can do, you just need to decide which variant you'd prefer 5K4000 or 7K4000. 3TB I can't do a matching pair but the I find the WD Red would be comparable to the HGST 3TB so them both together is no issue (I have had these in various raid arrays).

£152 including postage is which is just shy of £12 fully insured
 

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Evening,

Matching pair for the 4TB I can do, you just need to decide which variant you'd prefer 5K4000 or 7K4000. 3TB I can't do a matching pair but the I find the WD Red would be comparable to the HGST 3TB so them both together is no issue (I have had these in various raid arrays).

£152 including postage is which is just shy of £12 fully insured
I'll take a view on which drives best suit my needs. They'll all be sat in Synology NAS drives on backup and surveillance webcam duties. Unmatched on the 3TB will be fine
 

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I'll take a view on which drives best suit my needs. They'll all be sat in Synology NAS drives on backup and surveillance webcam duties. Unmatched on the 3TB will be fine

That will be no problem. I've had 6 of the drives at one time in the N54L I have for sale running xpenology in the past. The DSM interface was pretty good and the SHR filesystem was quite robust.

When you've made a decision let me know. Earliest I can post out would be around midday tomorrow once I've packaged everything up.
 

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How about £190 for 2x 2TB, 2x3TB and 2x4TB 7K4000
 

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Sorry offer withdrawn, looks like that model of drive is not on the compatibility list for the NAS I'm looking at.
 
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Sorry offer withdrawn, looks like that model of drive is not on the compatibility list for the NAS I'm looking at.

No problem. Although I would find it hard to believe this enterprise drive wouldn't work. Normally those lists just mean the NAS manufacturer won't be particularly helpful it is not a tested HDD in their NAS. What NAS are you looking at?
 

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I'd like to offer £350 delivered to Birmingham for the 9 x 4tb hard drives. I know it's less than your asking, but this would be my best offer.
 

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No problem. Although I would find it hard to believe this enterprise drive wouldn't work. Normally those lists just mean the NAS manufacturer won't be particularly helpful it is not a tested HDD in their NAS. What NAS are you looking at?
Looking at a QNAP TS-251B and that model of drive isn't on the compatibility list that I can see...
 

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Looking at a QNAP TS-251B and that model of drive isn't on the compatibility list that I can see...

The hdd would have been fine, those HGST on the list are newer versions of what I have just sold. Bit naughty of the manufactures not to list backwards compatibility and effectively mislead new owners to spend more on new storage than they need too!

Anyway, all current available hdds sold.
 

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