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4-bay iX Systems FreeNAS Mini w 16 TB For Sale

Western Digital Drives - The Preferred Drives of FreeNAS and TrueNAS CORE

Josh Anon

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I'm selling a 4-bay FreeNAS Mini computer with 4 x 4TB drives and a NEC 17" monitor. It's an Intel Core i5 2.9Ghz machine with 16GB of RAM. It works perfectly and makes for a great ZFS media server; I just switched to directly-attached storage for my current setup. Asking $600, and buyer pays shipping and any PayPal fees.
 

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Chris Moore

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It's an Intel Core i5
Is this the way it came from the factory? It looks odd, because i5 processors don't support ECC memory and would not be a suggested option for a FreeNAS build.
 

Josh Anon

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It is. I can probably find the receipt in my email archive if you need. The only thing I didn't purchase from iX were the drives.
 

mopcrust

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I can vouch for the OP. The first generation FreeNAS Minis did not come ECC capable. Neither the motherboards nor the CPUs used in them supported ECC.
 

Ericloewe

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Yeah, I remember the old Mini. The current one was a huge deal back when it was released because it actually supported ECC.
 
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