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RECONDITIONED & USED IBM SERVERS

Looking for a good used IBM server? FreeBSD Forums has an easy to use listing service that provides you with up-to-date listings of New, Reconditioned, and used IBM server auctions. These servers are from around the world are up for auction right now. Scroll down the page to browse and when you see something you like just click on the link to see the auction.

If you don't see it on this page you can click on the more specific listing pages below.

Different Models of Used IBM Servers

Looking for a specific Model of used servers then pick from the menu below and see the all of the server equipment up for auction.

IBM 1U servers
IBM Intel servers
IBM AMD servers
IBM 2U servers
IBM Storage Racks/Enclosures
IBM Blade Servers
IBM 3U servers
SCSI Drives
SAS Storage

 

 

Why Buy Used IBM Hardware Instead of New ?

Well it really depends on your operating budget but when you buy used IBM servers you can make your budget go a long way. In today's tough economic times you are much wiser to watch you pennies when purchasing server hardware. Some of the Used IBM servers are factory reconditioned giving you as-new components and a warranty. In other cases you will find refurbished IBM servers that were reconditioned by qualified service technicians.

You may even find new IBM servers that are being sold off in lots or single units. So just because you may require the latest state of the art server, it doesn't mean that these auctions are not for you. Buying new here could still save you some money in your IT budget.

 

 

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