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HP 658553-001 ProLiant N40L Ultra Micro Tower Server System AMD Turion II Neo N40L 1.5GHz 2C 2GB (1 x 2GB) 1 x 250GB LFF SATA

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  • Case Style: Ultra Micro Tower
  • Processor Type: Turion II Neo
  • Processor Speed: 1.50 GHz
  • Standard Memory: 2 GB
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10.2 x 8.3 x 10.5 inches ; 13.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 17.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B005KKJPCO
  • Item model number: 658553-001
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (48 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #12,950 in Computers & Accessories (See Top 100 in Computers & Accessories)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 19, 2011

Product Description

HP ProLiant 658553-001 Ultra Micro Tower Server - 1 x AMD Turion II Neo N40L 1.50 GHz 658553-001 148

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Customer Reviews

Best uses: BIG NAS!
GLSS
A very large fan on the back means it runs very quiet.
Amazon Customer
This made the process super easy.
Adaman7

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84 of 87 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 26, 2012
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I bought this to use as a NAS / VMWare server

Also got 8GB ECC memory which is the max this server supports, booting VMWare ESXi off a USB, then running OpenIndiana + Napp-It off of a SSD and then running ZFS on in RAID-Z1 (equivalent to RAID-5, I use RAID-Z instead of hardware RAID so I'm protected from the RAID-5 write hole and silent data corruption) across 3x2TB 7200RPM Seagate drives (also use part of the SSD is an L2ARC - a cache that keeps the most frequently accessed data on the SSD) which is shared back to VMWare as an NFS share so any other VM's installed on the box can be backed by ZFS redundancy. I did raw device mapping for the three drives so that OpenIndiana has direct access to them. This means I could easily export and import the pool into another system.

The Solaris version of Crashplan works very well on OI, to backup the entire zpool to a remote offsite location. It was a little tricky, Crashplan didn't see my zpool folder at first but I was able to manually add it to the config file and then it showed up in the gui.

The hardware is good for the price, there's a network, hdd, and power led lights on the front. A very large fan on the back means it runs very quiet. One gigabit network, a VGA port, and lots of USB ports are available if you ever need them.

Tips:
- Download VMWare ESXi off of HP's site which includes better HP specific hardware.
- I also tested Oracle Solaris 11 and Nexenta. Solaris 11 was the fastest, but requires a $1000/year support contract for non-personal/development use. OpenIndiana was the second fastest but hasn't officially released a stable version (however I found it more stable than NexentaStor).
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75 of 81 people found the following review helpful By Marc Johnson on January 5, 2012
This is truly a great little server.

I had far too many problems with my previous Windows Home Server (dedicated WHS Acer box with an Atom CPU): skipping videos, remote access issues, and other troubles like no direct VGA port to view what's going on.

The set-up was easy, adding RAM and a DVD drive were a total breeze. The new HP box booted up, I installed WHS, and haven't had to think much about it since.

I'm currently running with 14Tb (a PCI-E card + (2) 4-bay Sans Digital JBODs) and this box is quiet and runs cooler than the external drive boxes. I've experienced no problems with skipping, and that's with the server also running other processes, like podcatching, u-torrent client, and TiVo trasnfer/recoding.

Full disclosure - I work for HP, but in the printer division, so I bought this as a consumer. In all honesty, this server makes me proud to be an HP'er... it's a well-designed, well-made, solid performer.
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Mike on January 25, 2012
I'm a network admin for an insurance company. I run a large network. I've always had a home network and when it came time to add a new server I bumped into these microservers. They are excellent. I added the full 8 gigs or RAM and two 2TB drives and I'm running Windows Server 2008 R2. I also added the remote access card. For those of you familiar with it it's like ILO on the big Proliant servers. I can't say enough about this unit. It's quiet, it's fast, it's excellent. Don't be afraid to buy the older unit with 1 gig and a smaller HD if you plan on upgrading it anyway. The BIOS update is available on the HP site. I'm looking for a second one now that the price has dropped a bit. These are rugged little machines.
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27 of 29 people found the following review helpful By vlim on January 19, 2012
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Bought a previous generation one last year to run as a NAS for work, and I hadn't had to even reboot it in months. So when it came time to buy one for home office, this was a logical choice.

The dual-core processor won't win any speed contests, but is more than adequate to run VMware ESXI 5.0. I have it running a real-time firewall/malware gateway software (eSoft's virtual Instagate), and it still has plenty of power left over. Windows Home Server will be going on this thing next!

Pros:
Built-in RAID 0,1 support
Extra screws and allen wrench included in door
Easy hard drive installation and removal
Compact, half-height mini tower
Super quiet. Put in some green hard drives and you won't even know the machine is there.
Runs VMware ESXi like a champ. No issues with installation.

Cons:
Wish it had RAID 5
Compactness made it a little difficult to add extra Gigabit Ethernet card. The process requires unfastening multiple connectors and thumb screws to be able to slide out the motherboard.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By GLSS on February 22, 2012
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BLUF: I bought two of these servers for $197 each when when they went on sale, it goes on sale every month or two so keep your eyes out and save some money. They were worth the money and I have been completely satisfied with them. You will need to install and configure your own operating system and additional hard drives.

Shipping warning: One server came in the mail from OnSale (aka: MacMall) in perfect condition, one came damaged. OnSale was slow but eventually accommodating via Amazon messages when they screwed up and sent me a beat up crushed and dropped box wrapped in a nice clean 2nd box to hide the damage like I wouldn't notice, and they shipped the replacement to the wrong address TWICE on their dime. 2 months overall.

The good:
This little server has a lot of power and simple to use hardware.
Uses very little energy: around 12-15 watts when idle (with ubuntu server 10.04 LTS, anything Microsoft jumps up to 50-75 watts at idle).
Very stable, has been on for 60+ days straight without a reboot.
The sturdy small case is well thought out; there's a row of 16 hard drive screws and 4 cdrom screws waiting to be used, all relevant case screws are able to be taken out by hand, plus there's a hand tool in case your hands are weak.
It comes with 2gb of ram, which is plenty for almost anything server related unless you're getting into something BIG. If you need more, it'll take up to 8gb.
The dual core processor and fast data transfer speed are remarkably powerful for only 1.5ghz. I have it working on big processor heavy video rendering and it goes as fast my big 3.2ghz P4 machine. I continue to be impressed.
It takes almost any OS you can throw at it.
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