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FS: Custom 17+2 Bay Short Depth Server Case

I have for sale my custom I-Star short depth (17 bay external 2 internal) server case. The original server casr was full depth and would not fit in a standard a/v rack (Sanus in my configuration). The case includes an Antec 750 watt modular power supply, (2) Dell Perc sata cards upgraded to LSI firmware with sleeved cables included. The bottom right bay has been modded for power switch with led (blue), and two USB 3.0 ports. The front door is filtered with foam mesh to keep out the dust bunnies. The hot-swap backplanes came from an AIC server and the sata cards recognize drive sizes up to 8tb confirmed as that was the largest drive I was using at the time. Includes a spare hotswap caddy as well as a bag of hard drive screws for the caddies. The drive caddies are also led lit for power and activity from the backplane. I will be happy to supply additional photo's and answer any questions you may have. The case supports any motherboard up to full atx.

Feel free to check out my 100% seller rating on Ebay under "gmanhdtv1956". Shipping cost will be determined by zip code of purchaser and I will provide estimate to interested buyers. This is a heavy and industrial grade case similar to Norco's.

Price: $79 plus shipping via UPS

Happy Holidays,

Glenn
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I have for sale my custom I-Star short depth (17 bay external 2 internal) server case. The original server casr was full depth and would not fit in a standard a/v rack (Sanus in my configuration). The case includes an Antec 750 watt modular power supply, (2) Dell Perc sata cards upgraded to LSI firmware with sleeved cables included. The bottom right bay has been modded for power switch with led (blue), and two USB 3.0 ports. The front door is filtered with foam mesh to keep out the dust bunnies. The hot-swap backplanes came from an AIC server and the sata cards recognize drive sizes up to 8tb confirmed as that was the largest drive I was using at the time. Includes a spare hotswap caddy as well as a bag of hard drive screws for the caddies. The drive caddies are also led lit for power and activity from the backplane. I will be happy to supply additional photo's and answer any questions you may have. The case supports any motherboard up to full atx.

Feel free to check out my 100% seller rating on Ebay under "gmanhdtv1956". Shipping cost will be determined by zip code of purchaser and I will provide estimate to interested buyers. This is a heavy and industrial grade case similar to Norco's.

Price: $89 plus shipping via UPS

Happy Holidays,

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Final call, a steal of a price.
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Final call, a steal of a price.

Could be interested.. More photos?



Have you tried installing UnRaid? Does it work as expected?


What software were you using to control your drive array?


Why are you selling your custom built server?


EDIT: Shipping cost USPS 77377 ?

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