Supermicro 846TQ-R900B Case Black 4U with 24x3.5@ SAS/SATA Bays 900W PSU

Supermicro 846TQ-R900B Case Black 4U with 24x3.5@ SAS/SATA Bays 900W PSU

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Scan code: LN20945 Manufacturer code: 846TQ-R900B Request call
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Product Overview The Supermicro 846TQ-R900B chassis support for quad motherboards (up to size 13.68" x 13"). It supports Dual
Xeon 1066/800 MHz FSB Processors. Features • 4U / Tower Storage Chassis.
• 900W (1+1) Redundant Power Supply.
• 24 x 3.5" SAS/SATA Hot-swappable Drive Bays.
• 7x Full-height, Full-length expansion slot.
• 3x Hot-Swappable Cooling Fans.
• Power Switch, Reset Switch & 6 LED Indicators.
Specifications
Specifications
Case Edition  
Case Form Factor 4U
Motherboard Form Factor 4U
Material  
Front/ Side/ Top Panel N/A
Drive Bays 24 x 3.5"
Expansion Slots  
Fan Bays  
Fans Included None
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
Dimensions 452 x 178 x 660 (WxHxD mm)
Weight 34.0 kg (Approx)
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Details
Duration:
24 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
7 days
RTB Period:
24 months
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