The Dell PowerEdge R6525 is notable due to its significant increase in PCIe speed and lane count thanks to AMD’s EPYC processors. In a small 1U form factor, it is capable of supporting two EPYC Gen2 CPUs thanks to a new “T” shaped motherboard.
Launched in 2020, the R6525 started with a listing price of $4,377 for the base model which comes with a single 8 core EPYC processor. In total, the server supports 128 cores.
PowerEdge R6525 Mounting Equipment
- Slide Rail: 1U Cobra 145-A Dry Slide Rail for Dell
- Racks: 19” width, 27”-30” depth
- Universal Rail: Universal Rack Rails
- 4 Post Shelf: Rack Mount Sliding Shelves
- 2 Post Shelf: 3U Adjustable 2 Post Relay Rack Shelf – 29″ depth
PowerEdge R6525 Mounting specifications
- Length (depth): 29” (736.54 mm)
- Width: 17.1” (434 mm)
- Height: 1.75” (44.45 mm)
- Weight: 47.39 lbs (21.5 kg)
- U height: 1U
- Rack width: 19”
- Mountable depth: 28”-30”
PowerEdge R6525 hardware specifications
- RAM: Up to 4TB Octa rank LRDIMM (32 sockets)
- Storage: Up to 4 x 3.5”, 8 x 2.5”, 12 x 2.5” NVMe
- CPU options: Up to two AMD EPYC 7002 series processors
- Power: up to two AC or DC PSUs
- Remote management: iDRAC9 with Lifecycle Controller
Dell PowerEdge R6525 dimensions and rack compatibility
The PowerEdge R6525 chassis is 1 rack unit in height, has a depth of 29 inches and will fit in standard EIA 19 inch racks.
Rails allow for the most efficient use of space when mounting servers. RackSolutions specifically designed a slide rail kit to fit the shoulder screws of the PowerEdge R6525.
Universal rails that have a height of 2U and support up to 29 inches of depth will be compatible with the PE R6525. A benefit of these is the ability to re-use them for different servers or future upgrades. Plus, it’s easy to slide your server in and out of them for maintenance.
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