Server Pricing Report – June 2022
Welcome to the sixth installment of our monthly server price reporting for 2022.
Since 2019, we have been tracking changing parts prices for RAM, SSDs, Hard Drives, and various CPUs. This data is collected monthly, and then shared on this blog.
Currently, all listed prices are from eBay, for used hardware. We focus on used hardware because these prices change more frequently and this gives a better feel for changes in value.
Prices as of June 8th, 2022
↑ or ↓ indicates if the price has gone up or down since last month
Price — The lowest price to buy this part from a reputable seller in a moderate quantity, price as shipped to the US
Availability — 6 or Fewer ebay listings = low
7-19 ebay listings = moderate
20+ ebay listings = high
SSD – Solid State Drive
|480 GB||SATA||2.5″||Intel DC S3500||33 ↓||high|
|800 GB||SATA||2.5″||Intel DC S3500||72 ↑||moderate|
|1.6 TB||SATA||2.5″||Intel DC S3500||110 ↓||moderate|
|1.92 TB||SATA||2.5″||Samsung PM863||169||high|
|1.6 TB||NVMe||HHHL||Intel P3605||175 ↓||low|
|3.84 TB||NVMe||M.2||Samsung PM983||534 ↑||low|
|3.84 TB||SAS||2.5″||Samsung PM1633A||350 ↓||moderate|
|1.6 TB||SAS||2.5″||HGST Ultrastar SSD1600MM||190 ↓||low|
HDD – Hard Disk Drive
|3 TB||SATA||3.5″||HGST||40 ↑||high|
|8 TB||SATA||3.5″||HGST||81 ↓||high|
|10 TB||SATA||3.5″||HGST||139 ↓||high|
|12 TB||SATA||3.5″||HGST||169 ↓||moderate|
|16 GB||DDR3||2Rx4 PC3L-10600R ECC REG||23 ↑||high|
|16 GB||DDR3||2Rx4 PC3L-12800R ECC REG||12 ↓||high|
|32 GB||DDR3||4Rx4 PC3L-12800L ECC REG LRDIMM||38 ↑||low|
|64 GB||DDR3||8RX4 PC3L-10600L LRDIMM||94||low|
|16 GB||DDR4||PC4-2133P ECC REG||31 ↑||high|
|16 GB||DDR4||PC4-2400T ECC REG||34 ↓||high|
|16 GB||DDR4||PC4-2666V ECC REG||54 ↑||high|
|32 GB||DDR4||PC4-2133P ECC REG||60 ↓||high|
|32 GB||DDR4||PC4-2400T ECC REG||97 ↑||high|
|32 GB||DDR4||PC4-2666V ECC REG||82 ↓||high|
Intel Xeon CPUs
|E5-2660 v2||10 cores, 2.2 GHz||18||high|
|E5-2680 v2||10 cores, 2.8 GHz||35||high|
|E5-2697 v2||12 cores, 2.7 GHz||62 ↓||high|
|E5-2680 v3||12 cores, 2.5 GHz||45 ↓||high|
|E5-2680 v4||14 cores, 2.4 GHz||80 ↓||moderate|
|E5-2690 v4||14 cores, 2.6 GHz||190 ↑||high|
|E5-2699 v4||22 cores, 2.2 GHz||420 ↑||high|
|Platinum 8160||24 cores, 2.1 GHz||680 ↑||high|
|Platinum 8168||24 cores, 2.1 GHz||900 ↓||low|
Last month we began showcasing graphs of the prior 12 months of pricing for one type of item. Going forward, we think this will be a better visual representation of price fluctuations and will hopefully help identify pricing trends on the aftermarket.
This month we would like to highlight the 12-month graph for DDR4 RAM:
- Around this time last year, DDR4 Ram was twice as expensive as it is now. This graph shows the steady decline in price as time progressed.
- As crypto mining had experienced a boom in interest last year, the high prices of RAM can be attributed to the sudden demand of hardware, and subsequent price gouging.
- As the sudden demand declined, and availability returned to normal amounts, the prices slowly returned to standard MSRP.
- At this point in time you are able to order all types of DDR4 (16GB and 32GB) for under $100 per DIMM!
- You can view last month’s report here
Want to see more parts added to the list? Do you have any feedback on how to make this report more useful? Or maybe you are wanting to rent some of our hardware for your own use? You can view all of our customizable server options here: https://ioflood.com/ and we can be contacted by email at sales[at]ioflood.com