What are Dell 14G servers?

As previously stated, Dell EMC’s new PowerEdge 14G servers aim to tackle a lot of jobs including embedded in storage arrays, data protection, hyper-converged appliances and racks, ready nodes, bundles and other industry-leading Dell EMC solutions.

Can I use Dell server as PC?

Yes, but the small case size and high power CPUs mean that server chassis have noisy fans, that don’t work well in bedrooms. If a dedicated graphics card is installed, a server chassis can do “PC” stuff. Also any server that you can typically afford will be slower than an equivalent $$$$ desktop. Why “slower”?

Can a server be used as a PC?

Technically, yes. A server is a computer like any other, and with the right CPUs, graphics, and memory, gaming is a possibility. You’ll need the right peripherals – a monitor, a keyboard and a mouse – and most servers come with more than enough input/output options for this purpose.

How much memory does the Dell PowerEdge R920 support?

More memory options are available than ever before with the Dell PowerEdge R920 — greater capacities, higher frequencies and more flexibility.  The R920 supports up to 6TB of LRDIMM memory (with 96 x 64GB LRDIMMs); up to 3TB of LRDIMM memory (with 96 x 32GB LRDIMMs) and up to 1.5TB of RDIMM memory (with 48 x 16GB RDIMMs.)

What technology does The R920 server use?

New technology Detailed description Intel C602J chipset The R920 server uses the Intel Platform Controller Hub (PCH)   chip. 1600MT/s DDR3 memory Certain models of the Intel Xeon processor E7‐4800 v2 product family support 1600MT/s memory.

What is the PowerEdge R920 quick Resource Locator?

The PowerEdge R920 features a Quick Resource Locator — a model‐specific Quick Response (QR) code located inside the R920 chassis cover (see Figure 4).  Use your smartphone to access the Dell QRL app to learn more about the server. Figure 4. Quick Resource Locator

What is The R920 RNDC?

 The R920 supports one RNDC card instead of the traditional LAN on motherboard (LOM) design.  RNDC offer the features and benefits of a traditional LOM subsystem (including NC‐SI management interface) but with expanded features and added flexibility as RNDCs provide an easy upgrade path from 1GB to 10GB LAN speeds.