PC Server and Parts: Discover the Finest Selections at Direct Macro

Selecting the proper hardware for small to large-scale organization can be a maze, but Direct Macro simplifies it. Our speciality lies in everything from custom server PC builds to gaming PCs, you will find enough options here to meet the certain needs of an online business owner to a gaming fanatic.

Navigating Between Cloud and Physical Solutions?

Our PC server & parts category offers a fantastic selection, making the choice easy for you whether you're an industry veteran or taking your first steps into buying tech hardware. These decisions become more critical because of the importance and price of the hardware. And if it is a mini desktop PC or a used PC due to budget limitations, Don’t shy ― Just buy!

Why Build Your PC?

  • It's Your Choice: Select what you want and need in your computer.
  • Save Money: It is relatively cheaper than a ready-made one, and you can decide which parts to spend money on and which to save.
  • Better Speed: Use exquisite PC servers & parts for faster work or play and know what slows your PC down.
  • Easy to Update: Swap out old parts without any hassle when it's time to upgrade.
  • Learn Something: You'll learn more about computers and their components in terms of quality and pricing.
  • Ample Warranties: Parts usually have better guarantees than ready-made computers.
  • Made for You: You assemble it to do exactly what you expected.

Building your personal computer gives you control, saves money, and helps you learn.

Quality, Affordability, and Peace of Mind

Choosing a computer server is a big decision. At Direct Macro, we make it easier for you. Our server accessories are top-quality and budget-friendly. Your order will get to you fast. If you have questions later, our after-sales service is just a call away. That means you can set up your server without any hassle and have peace of mind knowing we're here to help if you run into any issues. So, you save money but don't skimp on quality. It's value for your money, plain and simple.

Your Next Steal: Used PC for Sale

Want a reliable computer without draining your wallet? Our premium PC server and parts are inspected for quality and guaranteed to perform. Act now for unmatched savings!

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  1. 410187-001 - HPE Processor Board with Cage for ProLiant DL580 G4
    $66.30
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  3. 293-709-923A - EMC 16GB M9 Memory Board for Symmetrix DMX-3 and DMX-4
    $107.25
  4. 293-709-905A - EMC 64GB M9 Memory Board for Symmetrix DMX-3 and DMX-4
    $85.00
  5. 419617-001 - HP Processor Board for ProLiant DL585 G2
  6. 00E4861 - IBM System Backplane Kit for 8408-44E
    $4,887.50
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    $512.00
  8. 74Y4680 - IBM System Backplane for S824
    $1,152.00
  9. 872702-001 - HPE Fan Cage with Louvers for ProLiant DL560 G10
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FAQs

What does a computer server do?

The primary job of a computer server is to provide services, data, or resources to other computers. The ones who are receiving the information or data are known as clients. Servers can:

  • Host websites
  • Manage email
  • Store files
  • Run applications

What is the difference between a PC workstation and a server?

PC Workstation is designed for individual use and is ideal for tasks like:

  • Video editing
  • 3D rendering
  • Running complex applications

On the other hand, servers are designed to manage, store, send, and process data 24/7 for multiple clients. Servers often have more robust hardware, including redundancy features and higher capacity for network and storage.

Can I use my own PC as a server?

Yes, you can use your PC as a server. You need to install appropriate server software and configure network settings. However, a personal PC may lack the reliability and performance of a dedicated server.

Are mini PCs as good as desktops?

Mini PCs can be as good as desktops for general tasks like web browsing, media consumption, and office work. However, they may not match desktops in performance-intensive tasks like gaming, video editing, or heavy computational workloads due to their compact size and thermal constraints.

What is a mini PC called?

A mini PC is also known as a small form factor (SFF) PC, compact PC, or micro PC.

Can a mini PC replace a laptop?

A mini PC can replace a laptop for stationary use, offering similar computing power in a compact design. However, it lacks the portability of a laptop, as it requires an external monitor, keyboard, and mouse.