HP ProLiant DL380 G7 Server Rental

Fully customizable ProLiant DL380 Gen7 Server

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HP ProLiant DL380 G7 Server Specifications


  • Intel Xeon Quad Core E5620 (2.40GHz/80W)
  • Intel Xeon Quad Core E5640 (2.66GHz/80W)
  • Intel Xeon Six Core E5649 (2.53GHz/80W)
  • Intel Xeon Six Core X5660 (2.80GHz/95W)
  • Intel Xeon Six Core X5675 (3.06GHz/95W)
  • Intel Xeon Six Core X5690 (3.46GHz/130W)

     Raid Controller

  • HP Smart Array P410i/Zero Memory Controller (RAID 0/1/1+0)
  • HP Smart Array P410i/256 MB Controller (RAID 0/1/1+0/5/5+0)
  • HP Smart Array P410i/1G FBWC Controller (RAID 0/1/1+0/5/5+0)

   Power Supply

  • 460W Common Slot Platinum Hot Plug Power Supply
  • 750W Common Slot Platinum Hot Plug Power Supply
  • 1200W Common Slot Platinum Hot Plug Power Supply

    HDD Capacity

  • 146GB/300GB/600GB/900GB/ 1.2TB SAS 10K 2.5-inch HDD
  • 146GB/300GB SAS 15K rpm 2.5-inch HDD
  • 500GB/ 1TB SATA 7.2K rpm 2.5-inch HDD


     Mother Board

  • Intel® 5520 Chipset
  • Up to six available PCI-Express Gen2 slots
  • NC365T 4-port Ethernet Server Adapter


  • 2GB/4GB/8GB/16GB /32GB Memory Modules
  • Speed @ DDR3 1333/1066 MHz
  • Max Memory – Up to 384GB
  • Total – 18 DIMM Slots

HP ProLiant DL380 G7 Server Overview

​HP Proliant DL380 2U rack servers with a high priority on flexibility, management and power monitoring. The iLO3 embedded controller is to manage remote control. Can capture events such as the boot up process and allow you to view it at your leisure from the iLO Video Player utility.

For general server and network device management, HP’s Insight Control Edition (ICE) software is provided. You can remotely upgrade firmware on servers, use thresholds on critical components to send alerts and, with the optional Power Manager Upgrade, monitor server power consumption, processor performance or inlet air temperatures and view historical graphs.

With Server 2008 Enterprise R2 in idle we measured a draw of only 72W. With the single E5640 quad-core Xeon processor under load from SiSoft Sandra this peaked at a mere 145W.

Our configuration Tips:

DL380 is best in storage space at the front for up to sixteen hot-swap drive bays. G6 have a good choice of expansion options. The single riser has three PCI Express slots. You can add a second riser and in both cases you can have versions with a mix of PCI Express and PCI-X slots. Add Smart SAS expander PCI-E card or Smart Array P410i RAID controller to eight SAS connectors on the motherboard to upgrade upgrading to sixteen drives. DL380 G7 Server Virtualization has both internal USB and SD memory card slots for booting from an embedded hypervisor.


Server Virtualization, demanding database transactions or outrageous amounts of I/O requests.