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Old Mar 27, 2013, 08:05 PM   #1
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refurbished store loaded with minis

Not sure how long it will last but there was 20 minis in the refurbished store if anyone is looking.
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Old Mar 28, 2013, 02:05 AM   #2
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Not sure how long it will last but there was 20 minis in the refurbished store if anyone is looking.
I noticed that too. Is it even worth it to upgrade from a mid-2011 server 2.0ghz i7 to one of the newer server models?
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Old Mar 28, 2013, 05:13 AM   #3
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I noticed that too. Is it even worth it to upgrade from a mid-2011 server 2.0ghz i7 to one of the newer server models?
I wouldnt. but thats just me. I would wait until the 2013 haswell ones (june maybe?) were released
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I noticed that too. Is it even worth it to upgrade from a mid-2011 server 2.0ghz i7 to one of the newer server models?
No. There is no compelling feature difference. USB 3 would be nice, but that's about it.
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Not sure how long it will last but there was 20 minis in the refurbished store if anyone is looking.
Country?? Every store is different.
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Old Mar 28, 2013, 10:11 AM   #6
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I have a question about this- would the 2.6 GHz CTO quad core show up as a separate model from the 2.3 GHz quad? Or would it be a luck of the draw situation that you may get the faster processor, in the same way people occasionally get more ram or a larger hard drive than specified?

Either way, that $679 2.3 GHz quad core is a pretty sweet deal.
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I have a question about this- would the 2.6 GHz CTO quad core show up as a separate model from the 2.3 GHz quad? Or would it be a luck of the draw situation that you may get the faster processor, in the same way people occasionally get more ram or a larger hard drive than specified?

Either way, that $679 2.3 GHz quad core is a pretty sweet deal.
it would be separate.
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Pulled the trigger on one a couple weeks ago and it arrived to my local retail store damaged. After a couple hours on the phone and a couple days' wait I was able to get a replacement, though (same model, but new at the same price)
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