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(4)Intel® Compute Module HNS2600BPS24
(4)Intel® Passthrough Bridge Board AHWBPBGB24
(8) Intel® Xeon® Gold 5115 Processor
(8)Intel® SSD D3 S4610 Series 2.5" 960GB
(4) Intel® SSD DC P4101 256GB M.2.
(4)Remote Management Module 4 Lite 2 AXXRMM4LITE2
(16) 2TB SAS HDD 2.5" are customer-supplied and do not ship with Intel(R) DCB
(32) RDIMM 32GB - DDR4, 288-pin, 2666MHz.
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