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HP ProLiant MicroServer 704941-001 Ultra Micro Tower Server - 1 x AMD Turion II Neo N54L 2.2GHz

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 14.8 x 12.5 x 15.5 inches ; 17.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 17.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00AKWUZ58
  • Item model number: 704941-001
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,078 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

HP Micro G7 N54L NHP 250GB US Svr 1 Processor Support - 2 GB Standard/8 GB Maximum RAM - 250 GB HDD - Serial ATA/300 RAID Supported Controller - Gigabit Ethernet - RAID Level: 0, 1 - 150 W

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So far, everything works like a champ.
Cranky Greg
The HP Proliant MicroServer is great product for small offices and works well as a home server platform.
Michael Perkins
The Good: The system is very small and very quiet.
CBH2

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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By CBH2 on May 27, 2013
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Had this unit running for about a month now.

The Good: The system is very small and very quiet. Supports up to 4 internal HD's. Low power consumption.

The bad: The system does not come with a CD/DVD drive. I knew this going in. There is a motherboard SATA interface for the DVD, BUT what I did not know was the power connectors are all Molex, which means you have to have a molex to Sata power adapter in order to install a Sata DVD drive. If you intend to install a DVD, order the power converter cable with it!

Note: In order to upgrade the memory or install a expansion card you have to pull the motherboard out. This is made fairly easy by HP. Loosen the lock down screws (easily done by hand) carefully disconnect the cables from the board (approximately 8 different connectors) sliding the board out a little as cables allow to make it easier to get the others disconnected. Reverse the process for putting it back in.

Other: Most reviews point out that this system was designed for Windows 2008/2012. I installed a 2nd NIC, ported my aging 2003 SBS system over and then find the correct drivers in Install them and reactivate it without any major headaches. The AMD processor gets the job done, but is never going to win any speed awards. As this server sits in my home office it was well worth it to be able to retire the aging (and slowly dieing) Dell server that sounded like a small jet all the time. The HP ProLiant G7 N54L Ultra Micro Tower Server is a great fit for a SOHO need as long as you system requirements aren't to strenuous.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Forrest V Pawling on January 13, 2014
Great consumer / small office server -- I use mine as a home media server.

Points to make it easier -- I am a Windows/Microsoft familiar person so I went with Windows Home Server 2011 which I picked up pretty cheap.

I upgraded the memory (non ECC) no problems -- I think this unit can expand to 16GB... There is quite a bit posted out there regarding what works.

I also flashed the BIOS on the 36L to free up the ports in the top bay to be able to install either 1 3.5" drive or 2 - 2.5" drives.

I installed a HP P410 RAID card with 512MB cache and battery backup (was very easy and plug in play) so that I could hardware RAID 5 the 4 drives which I love the 4 drive CAGE system.

I did but WD RE drives for $215 each * 4 for the 4TB drives (recertified drives). I went with the RE Enterprise recertified drives as some of the consumer drives have some issues with longevity in RAID 5 -- I know recertified drives have a 1 year versus 5 year warranty but I figured if I am going to have an issue with any of the drives it is going to be in the 1st year most likely.

I know $860 for 4 drives (16TB) hurts quite a bit... You lose one drive in a RAID 5 and only get 90% of each drive after formatting so I ended up with 10.9 TB for $860 -- $78.9 per TB...

What I gained was a piece of mind if a drive fails I am still covered as I can recover with the P410 controller card. With software RAID 5 you roll the dice on recovery not to mention it is much longer. The RAID card was about $125-150 depending.

The other thing I picked up was a USB 2 external DVD drive to load Windows Home Server 2011. Some people make bootable USB flash drives 4-8 GB that work fine too.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Gerrit on May 11, 2013
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This is a fantastic product - to be honest I found the setup a little daunting - but hey, never set up a server before. The one that I ordered came with 32 bit Windows Home Server 2011 - would have been nice to know... but anyway I am very impressed with the product. In the end I bought 2each 2TB SATA hard drives, DVDRW Drive, USB Keyboard.. you'll also need a monitor & USB mouse to set up. Installation process was clean and simple. Windows 2011 Home Server is really easy to use. Highly recommend this product
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Imran Z. Merali on September 18, 2013
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Wow! A fantastic little workhorse. I've used various iterations of this product many times over the past few years professionally to provide basic services to small satellite offices for my company. When the time to build a new home server came, the choice was obvious. This little beast sits on the bottom shelf of my entertainment center quietly humming away serving as a time machine backup target, general purpose file server, wifi AP controller, music streaming server...pretty much anything and everything for my needs. If you need a supercomputer, talk to Cray, but if you need a good general purpose server for providing network services to a small number of users, this is it.
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8 of 11 people found the following review helpful By MTEK on April 18, 2013
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This unit is just plain NICE to have for any techie! For what it cost and the little $$ its takes to upgrade (supports 16gig RAM) I also installed a DVDR, added a HP RAID card and created a RAID 5 across 4, 2TB HD.I wasn’t a big fan of the embedded RAID. Loaded the freebie version of ESXi 5.1 to boot from a 2Gig ultra flash drive and created 4 VM's and BAM! I was done. Unit sit at the end of a 5ft desk you can hardly hear the fan (whisper quite)
It’s a tad tight when I went to upgrade my listed hardware above, but its nothing crazy... I did see and read reviews about folks complaining of upgrade complication due to its tight space. Wondering if they notice the word "MicroServer" in the description, so I'm not sure what really all the crying was about when it clearly summarizes its possibility of "space issues".
For tech newbies this is a great starter lab!!! Over all I would have given this unit 5 stars had it offers the following; additional NIC, Redundant pwr supply, and RAID 1, 5, 10. But again you can accomplish this with minor hardware setback.
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