Server walkthrough: inside the Dell PowerEdge T410 tower server

A tower server for small businesses

The PowerEdge T410 tower server's motherboard runs Intel's 5500 chipset and has two CPU sockets, which can support up to eight cores using Intel Xeon 5500 series or X5560 CPUs. Our test model had one CPU installed (pictured with the tall heatsink. It can support up to 64GB of RAM via its eight RAM slots, which are located above and below the two CPU sockets. It runs DDR3 memory modules and supports speeds of 800MHz, 1066MHz or 1333MHz. It can use unbuffered or registered modules with error correction (ECC).

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