The PowerEdge M710 has been created with energy efficiency in mind. Paired with the PowerEdge M1000e blade enclosure, you get impressive performance per watt. The DDR3 memory provides greater bandwidth and reduced power consumption than FBD or DDR2 RAM technologies. Rapid virtualization deployment with embedded hypervisors enhances flexibility and protects your investment.

Dell M610 Features:
  • Processors: Intel Xeon 5500 series Dual and Quad Core 60W, 80W, and 95W TDP options
  • Chipset: Intel 5520
  • Memory: Up to 96 GB using 12 x 8GB DIMMs
  • Maximum Internal Storage: Up to 600GB per blade via two x 2.5" 300GB hot-plug SAS hard drive
  • Management: Dell OpenManage featuring Dell Management Console; Lifecycle Controller; iDRAC6 Enterprise; VFlash
  • Chassis: 7.4” H x 2” W x 19.2” D

Dell M610x Models:

From the PowerEdge line of blade servers, the Dell 610x is a full-height server made for organizations that have unique computing or input/output needs. It comes with industry standard PCIe slots and it built for performance and flexibility and allows for easier systems management. Dell M610x Features:

  • CPUs/Processors: Up to six core Intel Xenon processor
  • Memory: Capable of capacity up to 512 GB of storage with 8 GB of RAM, two 2.5 inch drive bays
  • Disk Drives: up to 12 memory slots, SATA HDD/SSD or SAS HDD/SSD
  • Interfaces: Up to 3 USB ports, Ethernet port, SCSO port
  • Other Detail: Runs Windows 2012 Server

Dell PowerEdge M610 Product Review The Dell PowerEdge m610 is a popular choice across small and large IT networks because it doesn’t just play, but plays well! Unlike many other servers that arrive in multiple boxes, the Dell PowerEdge m610 comes neatly packed in just one and is ready to get started. 

The front of the Dell PowerEdge m610 is appointed with two hot swap bays that can accommodate SATA or SAS drives. To the left side of the bays are two USB ports and power buttons. The side of the Dell PowerEdge m610 brings in informative labels that tell literally everything you need to know about the system. 

The right panel of the Dell PowerEdge m610 features the SD card slot for the iDRAC 6 VFlash and the included hypervisors. The SD slot of the Dell PowerEdge m610 is similar in functionality to a USB drives and allows you to create a partition and offer it to the operating system and even move it to a another supported server should the need arise. 

The PowerEdge m610 can accommodate up to two mezzanine cards or 2 daughter cards, which provides an extra boost to the dual 1 GB Ethernet NIC’s. The PowerEdge m610 is capable of supporting all the current M-Series blades as well as those developed in the next 5 years, making this a great investment for the long term. 

The PowerEdge m610 also supports dual sockets and 192GB of DDR3 memory that is all combined to fit into a hot pluggable board. 

Vibrant offers complete configurations as well as individual parts and upgrades for this model. For pricing on new or used Dell PowerEdge M610 and M610x servers, upgrades or parts, please contact Vibrant sales at or call 888-443-8606 or 952-653-1700.