FS: 67 SSD's Intel x25 SSDSA2SH032G1

Discussion in 'Classifieds' started by WinstonTJ, May 4, 2012.

  1. Looking to get $110 each - or $7,370 for the lot.

    I'll sell in blocks of 10 for $125 each ($1,250 per 10-lot).

    Intel SSDSA2SH032G1

    All used with mfg date in 2011.
  2. 32 GB ??? :mad:

    What can u put on that this days....?
  3. OP didn't mention, but these are the X25-E.
  4. LEAPup


  5. hft margin call. sometimes you have to hit the bid
  6. Ubuntu Server 12.04 LTS

    EDIT: mine are used and i was using them as cache for vmware machines but i decided to direct-map allotted space within larger 64-128gb ssd vs one each in 32gb ssd size.

    less power, fewer plugs & overall simpler and same speed or faster for less $$$.
  7. Thx for the classified section!!!

    Gone/Sold to an ET'er @ $94 each hand delivered in NYC.

    What can you do with them?? run them in RAID 1+0 (raid10) for your OS and kick ass... outfit a whole prop firm with SSD's like the buyer did - thats what you can do with them...
  8. 32gb? VmWare ESXI, Hyper-V Server etc. all require a LOT less. Boot image for something that then pulls the data from the network - sometimes it is better to have local boot than doing that over ISCSI, too - gives you a booting platform from which to see the SAN level errors ;)
  9. The guy who purchased these turned them into RAID 10 arrays for OS on a few of his trader's machines.

    on my ESXI boxes I boot from a 2GB USB card and then use a 32gb SSD for ESXI cache & 64GB for VM Cache - two SSD's per VM host isnt bad.