SuperMicro 2U SuperChassis 213A-R740LPB

2U SuperMicro SuperChassis, 740w 80 Plus Platinum PSU, 16x 2.5" SAS/SATA Bays, 3x 80mm Fans, 2x USB, Slim ODD, E-ATX/ATX

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Scan code: LN74277 Manufacturer code: Request call
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Product Overview SuperChassis 213A-R740LPB

Features • 740W Redundant Power Supplies, Platinum Level (94%).
• 16x 2.5" Hot-swap SAS/SATA HD Bays.
• 1x Slim DVD-ROM Drive (optional), 2x USB + 1x COM port (optional).
• 3x 80mm 7k RPM PWM fans.
• Mini-I-pass Connectivity.
• Adjustable Air Shroud.
• Power Switch & 6x LED Indicators.
Specifications
Specifications
Case Edition 213A-R740LPB
Case Form Factor 2U Rackmount
Motherboard Form Factor
  • 13.68" x 13"
  • ATX
  • E-ATX
Material Steel / Plastic Mesh Bezel
Front/ Side/ Top Panel
  • 1 x Serial (COM)
  • 2 x USB 2.0
Drive Bays
  • 16 x 2.5" SAS / SATA Hot-swap
  • 1 x 5.25" External
  • 1 x Slim Optical
Expansion Slots 7x LP
Fan Bays  
Fans Included 3 x 80mm
Front Radiator Compatibility  
Top Radiator Compatibility  
Bottom Radiator Compatibility  
Rear Radiator Compatibility  
Side Radiator Compatibility  
Window No
Power Supply Form Factor  
Max PSU Length  
Max CPU Cooler Height  
Max VGA Card Length  
Colour Black/ Silver
Dimensions 437 x 630 x 89 (WxHxD mm)
Weight  
Warranty

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SuperMicro 2U SuperChassis 213A-R740LPB
SuperMicro 2U SuperChassis 213A-R740LPB