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The PowerEdge C5000 line uses uses low-power processors from either Advanced Micro Devices and Intel. Each system features between eight to 12 individual server nodes in one 3U chassis and include four DDR3 UDIMMS, two 3.5-inch or four 2.5-inch hard disk drives, two 1 Gbps Ethernet ports, and power and cooling infrastructure shared by all the server nodes. Pricing depends on configuration. For example, a PowerEdge C5125 with 12 server nodes would start at roughly $13,400.

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