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personally, I probably wouldn't order from them. how much are you finding this part for everywhere else? let's say it's normally $150 at most other places and this place lists it for $70. that's a pretty big red flag in my opinion.


@carl669: I used to like too until I discovered that companies pay them to be a member. Then, those companies can have bad reviews removed for various reasons.

Here are some other reviews from other sites:

And my favorite yelp:


Woot does not link directly to the URL's you put into the comments. Because it goes to a woot server first, it does some weird things with your links before redirecting you there. The Yelp one that I posted does not work. You will need to copy and paste the URL for it to work.

The Yelp reviews all have 1 out of 5 stars.


Thanks guys...I was hoping someone would say "Oh yeah, nothing but good experiences with these folks. Highly recommended."

On my way over to ebay for the refurb....


@carl669: "WARNING!!! Read this before you loose money:
I purchased a NEW server with original HP warranty. The server arrived DEAD! I was told that the warranty had expired and they can't do anything about it. The server was a two year old piece of junk put together from non-matching part numbers, totally scratched and dusty. DO NOT GET SCREWED! I am out $3.418!!! I filed consumer protection claims and I will sue them. What a headache!"


As long as YOU know the part needed, they are an excellent resource. They do not help you figure out if you are ordering the correct part. I have ordered lots of parts from server supply with no problems. I order mostly HP genuine parts. I also order Dell genuine parts from them. The key is to KNOW YOUR manufacturer PART NUMBERS.