Dell PowerEdge R210 Server Rental

Fully customizable PowerEdge R210 server

We customize PowerEdge R210 server to match your budgetary needs and performance requirements. We don’t do ‘one size fits all.

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Dell PowerEdge R210 Server Specifications


  • Quad-core Intel® Xeon® processors 3400 series
  • Dual-core Intel® Celeron® G1101
  • Dual-core Intel® Core® i3 processor 500 series
  • X3430 Quad core (8M Cache, 2.40 GHz)

Mother Board

  • Intel® 3420 chipset
  • 1 PCIe G2 slots
  • One x16 slot
  • Broadcom 5716 Gigabit Ethernet controller

Power Supply

  • Single cabled power supply (250W)

HDD Capacity

  • Up to four 2.5”/3.5” SAS, SATA
  • 146GB/300GB/600GB SAS 10K RPM 2.5″HDD
  • 146GB/ 300GB/600GB SAS 15K RPM 3.5″ HDD
  • 500GB /1TB / 2TB SATA 7.2K RPM 3.5″ HDD


  • 1GB/2GB/4GB DDR3
  • running at DDR3 1333MHz
  • Max Memory – Upto 16GB
  • Total – 4 DIMM Slots

Raid Controller

  • PERC H200 (6Gb/s)

Dell PowerEdge R210 Server Overview

Its first rack server to use the Xeon E3 processor and delivers it in an ultra-compact chassis aimed at entry level rack server for small businesses or a low cost compute node for data center.

Dell’s four-pack LED diagnostics panel is fitted as standard. The original R210 had problems cooling its Xeon 3400 processor and the end result was excessive noise levels from the cooling fan making it unsuitable for small offices. The R210 II has four small fans cooling the power supply, processor and expansion bay. The Express controller shares access with the first network port and provides a smart remote web management interface. This can be used to monitor critical components, issue SNMP trap and email alerts when errors or faults are detected and remotely control the power supply. For full KVM-over-IP remote control and virtual media services you’ll need the iDRAC6 Enterprise card.

Our configuration Tips: Management Console 2.0 software which is designed to manage entire networks and all associated equipment. It may be overkill for some SMBs, but it can keep an eye on all SNMP enabled devices and provides extensive inventory, system monitoring and alerting facilities.

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