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PowerEdge R310
Technical Guide
The PowerEdge
R310 is an
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  • Page 1 PowerEdge R310 Technical Guide The PowerEdge R310 is an enterprise-class server with the right balance of performance and value.
  • Page 2 Dell disclaims proprietary interest in the marks and names of others. ©Copyright 2012 Dell Inc. All rights reserved. Reproduction or translation of any part of this work beyond that permitted by U.S. copyright laws without the written permission of Dell Inc. is unlawful and strictly forbidden.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    4.10 Rails and Cable Management ................21 4.11 Fans ......................22 4.12 Cabling ..................... 23 4.13 Control Panel LED & LCD ................24 4.14 LED Status Description .................. 24 4.15 R310 LCD (Optional) Configuration ..............24 Security ......................26 5.1.1 Cover Latch ..................26 5.1.2 Bezel ....................
  • Page 4 BIOS ......................44 10.1 Overview ....................44 10.2 Supported ACPI States ................... 44 10.3 Power Management Modes ................45 10.3.1 Dell Active Power Controller ..............45 10.3.2 Power-Saving BIOS Setting (OS Control) ............45 10.3.3 Maximum Performance ................45 Embedded NICs/LAN on Motherboard (LOM) ............. 48 11.1 Overview ....................
  • Page 5 17.2 Database ....................69 Systems Management ..................70 18.1 Overview ....................70 18.2 Server Management ..................70 18.3 Embedded Server Management ................ 71 18.4 Lifecycle Controller and Unified Server Configurator ..........71 18.5 iDRAC6 Express ................... 71 Dell PowerEdge R310 Technical Guide...
  • Page 6 Memory Population ................. 38 Table 11. Supported Configurations ................39 Table 12. Supported ACPI States ................45 Table 13. Power Management Features on the R310 ............46 Table 14. Current Power Profiles ................47 Table 15. Smart Load Balancing ................50 Table 16.
  • Page 7 Rail Adjustability ................. 66 Figure 30. R310 Mounted in the A3 Sliding Rails with the CMA ......... 67 Figure 31. R310 Mounted in the A4 Static Rails in 2-post Center Mount Configuration ..... 67 Figure 32. Dell PowerEdge R310 Technical Guide...
  • Page 8: Product Description

    Multiple RAID options and up to four 2.5 or 3.5 inch hard drives to help keep your data safe. 1.1.2 Easy to Manage The PowerEdge R310 lets you devote more focus to running your business. The optional advanced embedded management engine, Lifecycle Controller, automates common management tasks and enables zero-media, low-touch deployment that is efficient, secure, and user-friendly.
  • Page 9: Product Comparison

    Dell LCD help simplify server set-up and maintenance. It is an ideal rack for small businesses and larger offices needing manageability. The PowerEdge R310 is an enterprise-class server with the right balance of performance and value. Product Comparison Comparison Table Table 1.
  • Page 10 SAS 6i/R: RAID 0, 1 (SATA & SAS) PERC H200: RAID 0, 1, 10 (SATA, SAS & SSD) PERC H700: RAID 0, 1, 5, 6, 10 (SATA, SAS & SSD) PERC H800: RAID 0, 1, 5, 6, Dell PowerEdge R310 Technical Guide...
  • Page 11 (w/o ear, w/o bezel) (HxWxD) 1.67 x 17.10 x 24.00 (in) 1.67 x 16.78 x 26 (in) 1.69 x 17.09 x 24.69 (in) Weight Max: 33.02 lbs (15Kg) Max: 29.66 lbs (13.45Kg) Max: 62.61lbs (28.4Kg) Dell PowerEdge R310 Technical Guide...
  • Page 12: New Technologies

    Up to 6 RDIMMs, up to 1333 MHz (6 DIMMs at 800 MHz) Software RAID: Dell Software RAID is a chipset RAID enhanced version developed based on Intel chipset 3420. PERC S100 is purely a firmware/driver upgrade from Intel chipset. PERC S300, in addition to chipset firmware/driver upgrade, has a controller on the add-in PCIe adapter card.
  • Page 13: System Overview

    R310 is a 1S rack product designed to deliver value with flexible options allowing performance and redundancy for small businesses and scaling to the enterprise. The R310 is an ideal for small business and enterprise customers and offers features such as: •...
  • Page 14 Microsoft Windows Server 2008 SP2, x86/x64 (x64 includes ® Hyper-V Operating Systems Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2, x64 (includes Hyper-V v2) Microsoft Windows HPC Server 2008 ® ® Novell SUSE Linux Enterprise Server ® ® Red Hat Enterprise Linux Dell PowerEdge R310 Technical Guide...
  • Page 15 (see Dell.com/SQL) Featured Database Applications ® Oracle database solutions (see Dell.com/Oracle) 1 GB means 1 billion bytes and TB equals 1 trillion bytes; actual capacity varies with preloaded material and operating environment and will be less. Dell PowerEdge R310 Technical Guide...
  • Page 16: Mechanical

    4 Mechanical Chassis Description The R310 is a 1U /1 Socket rack mount chassis. The updated design includes a new LCD (Optional), bezel and hard-drive carriers. Additional changes include tool-less rack latches, a pull out tray for customer labels, supports persistent storage with internal USB and SD card slot and updated power supplies.
  • Page 17: Front View Cabled And Hot-Swap Hdd Configurations

    Asset tag Power Drive Button HDD0 HDD1 HDD2 HDD3 Front View Cabled HDD Configuration—With LED Figure 2. Front video LCD Diagnostics USB ports Optical Disk ID button Asset tag Drive Power Button HDD0 HDD1 HDD2 Dell PowerEdge R310 Technical Guide...
  • Page 18: Back Panel View And Features

    (1) Active ID Cable Management Arm external LED jack • (2) USB ports • (1) (Optional) iDRAC6 Enterprise RJ-45 port • (1) (Optional) iDRAC6 Express vFlash media slot • (2) PCIe slots Back Panel View Figure 4. Dell PowerEdge R310 Technical Guide...
  • Page 19: Power Supply Indicators

    Power Supply Indicators The PSUs on the R310 have one status bi-color LED: green LED indicates that AC power is present to the system when the system is in standby mode. When the system is on, it also indicates that DC power has been applied to the system for AC power present and amber for a fault.
  • Page 20: Nic Indicators

    Network data is being sent or blinking received For additional information regarding the NIC indicators and their status please refer to the Hardware Owner’s Manual. Side Views and Features Right Side Figure 8. Left Side Figure 9. Dell PowerEdge R310 Technical Guide...
  • Page 21: Internal Chassis Views

    Dell Internal Chassis Views Figure 10. Cable HDD Chassis with Single PSU Dell PowerEdge R310 Technical Guide...
  • Page 22: Rails And Cable Management

    Sliding Rails for 4-post Racks: • Support for tool-less installation in 19” EIA-310-E compliant square or unthreaded round hole 4-post racks including all generations of Dell racks • Support for tooled installation in 19” EIA-310-E compliant threaded hole 4-post racks (requires the 1U Threaded Rack Adapter Brackets Kit) •...
  • Page 23: Fans

    Static Rails for 4-post & 2-post Racks: • Support for tool-less installation in 19” EIA-310-E compliant square or unthreaded round hole 4-post racks including all generations of Dell racks • Support for tooled installation in 19” EIA-310-E compliant threaded hole 4-post and 2-post racks •...
  • Page 24: Cabling

    • The R310 power supply units do not have any integrated fans; they are cooled by the system fan in front of them. The system requires a PSU blank (metal cover) in place of the empty power supply slot.
  • Page 25: Control Panel Led & Lcd

    Dell Control Panel LED & LCD 4.13 The R310 comes with an LED Configuration and an optional LCD. Slim ODD Bezel lock Front video Slim ODD Bezel lock Cable HDD config comes with Quad Figure 14. LED Control Panel LED Status Description 4.14...
  • Page 26 BIOS has the ability to enter a “Secure Mode” through Setup, which locks the Power and NMI buttons. When in this mode, the Power button can still be used to turn on the system, but it cannot be used to turn off power to the system. Dell PowerEdge R310 Technical Guide...
  • Page 27: Security

    Cover Latch The R310 comes with a coin lock entry latch on the top cover of the unit and provides security for the entire system. Also, the lock provides for tool-less access to the chassis. For specific information regarding the...
  • Page 28: Battery

    Figure 18. PERC Battery Field Replaceable Units (FRU) The planar contains a serial EEPROM with FRU information including Dell part number, part revision level, and serial number. The backplane’s SEP and the power supplies’ microcontroller are also used to store FRU data.
  • Page 29: Power, Thermal, Acoustic

    Hardware Owner’s Manual for more information. Power supplies for the R310 do not have a FRU EEPROM. FRU data is stored in the memory of the PSU Microcontroller. Additionally, the PSU Firmware can be updated by the iDRAC over the PMBus. If using only one power supply, the single PSU should be installed in the PS1 bay and a PSU blank (metal cover) will be installed in the PS2 bay.
  • Page 30: Environmental Specifications

    Dell Figure 19. Power Input Connectors Environmental Specifications Table 4 details environmental requirements for the R310 for operation and storage. Environmental Requirements Table 4. Temperature Operating 10° to 35°C (50° to 95°F) with a maximum temperature gradation of 10°C per hour (NOTE: For altitudes above 2950 feet, the maximum operating temperature is de-rated 1ºF/550 ft.)
  • Page 31: Energy Star Compliance

    One of the sound quality metrics in the Dell specification is prominence ratio of a tone, and this is listed in the table below.
  • Page 32 Prominent tone: Criteria of D.5 and D.8 of ECMA-74 9th ed. (2005) are followed to determine if discrete tones are prominent. The system is placed in a rack with its bottom at 75 cm from the floor. The acoustic transducer is at front bystander position, ref ISO7779 (1999) Section 8.6.2. Dell PowerEdge R310 Technical Guide...
  • Page 33: Processors

    Dell 7 Processors Overview ® ® ® The PowerEdge R310 is based on the Intel FCLGA1156 to support Intel Xeon 3400 series and Intel Core™ i3 processors. Features include: • Intel Hyper-Threading technology for 8-thread processing with quad-core performance •...
  • Page 34: Supported Processors

    ® ® Intel Celeron 2.26GHz DDR3 1066 32nm G1101 Processor Configurations The PowerEdge R310 is a single socket 1U rack server that operates in single-processor mode only. The memory controller is embedded in the processor. Dell PowerEdge R310 Technical Guide...
  • Page 35: Figure 20. Processor Location

    Dell Figure 20. Processor Location Dell PowerEdge R310 Technical Guide...
  • Page 36: Memory

    256Mb/512Mb technology or x4 and x16 DRAMs on RDIMM o 256Mb technology, x4 DRAM on UDIMM and quad-rank UDIMM The R310 supports a minimum memory of 1GB upgradeable to 32GB of RAM, as shown in Table 7. DIMMs Supported Table 7.
  • Page 37: Rdimm

    1333 8 GB 1333 1333 8 GB 1333 1333 1,2,3,4 16 GB 1333 1333 1,2,3,4 8.1.2 RDIMM Table 9 details RDIMM Support on the R310. RDIMM Support Table 9. System System Memory DIMM DIMM DIMM Capacity Speed Speed TYPE Capacity...
  • Page 38: Slots/Risers

    Dell Slots/Risers The PowerEdge R310 has 6 DIMM slots for memory and supports: • ® 1066/1333 UDIMM or RDIMM (Xeon only; except L3206) • 2 channels/up to 2 UDIMM or 3 RDIMM per channel Speed The memory frequency is determined by a variety of inputs: •...
  • Page 39: Sparing

    DIMM 1 DIMM 2 Number of 1066 1333 DIMMS UDIMM RDIMM Note: SR=Single Rank, DR=Dual Rank, and QR=Quad Rank Sparing Not supported. Mirroring Not supported. RAID R310 has no specific memory rules in supporting RAID. Dell PowerEdge R310 Technical Guide...
  • Page 40: Supported Configurations

    16 GB 1066 1,2,3,4 32 GB 1066 1,2,3,4 4 GB 1333 1333 8 GB 1333 1333 16 GB 1333 1333 1,2,3,4 24 GB 1333 1,2,3,4,5,6 Note: Desktop processor & Xeon L3206 support UDIMM memory configurations only. Dell PowerEdge R310 Technical Guide...
  • Page 41: Chipset

    Dell 9 Chipset Overview The R310 planar incorporates the Intel 3420 as PCH chipset. The Intel 3420 is a highly integrated I/O controller. The following high-level features are supported by the chipset. Direct Media Interface (DMI) Direct Media Interface (DMI) is the chip-to-chip connection between the processor and Intel 3420 chipset.
  • Page 42: Pci Interface

    The Intel 3420 contains up to two Enhanced Host Controller Interface (EHCI) host controllers that support USB high-speed signaling. High-speed USB 2.0 allows data transfers up to 480 Mb/s. The PCH also contains two Rate Matching Hubs (RMH) that support USB full speed and low-speed signaling. Dell PowerEdge R310 Technical Guide...
  • Page 43: Real-Time Clock (Rtc)

    Intruder Detect. The Intel 3420 provides an input signal (INTRUDER#) that can be attached to a switch that is activated by the system case being opened. The Intel 3420 can be programmed to generate an SMI# or TCO interrupt due to an active INTRUDER# signal. Dell PowerEdge R310 Technical Guide...
  • Page 44: System Management Bus (Smbus 2.0)

    XOR chain. This eases pin breakout and trace routing and simplifies the interface between the system and a bed-of-nails tester. Dell PowerEdge R310 Technical Guide...
  • Page 45: 10 Bios

    Dell 10 BIOS Overview 10.1 The R310 BIOS is based on the Dell BIOS core, and supports the following features: • 1S Support • System BIOS • System Setup • Onboard PCI video BIOS support • SATA enabled for CDROM and HDD •...
  • Page 46: Power Management Modes

    Thus, a driver can directly access bits to control a device’s power management. Generic features have defined enable and status bits, but the functionality is not fully visible to the OS. Dell provides ASL code to handle the details of generic features, allowing the OS to intelligently communicate with system- specific hardware.
  • Page 47: Table 13. Power Management Features On The R310

    This feature will work under Windows and ACPI OS that understand C states. Power Profile Processor/IMC 11G Servers will be the most energy smart servers that Dell support and PCH will ship. In addition to P,C and T states, BIOS will expose the chipset Power Profiles to the OS.
  • Page 48: Table 14. Current Power Profiles

    P states to OS) Memory frequency = Maximum Performance Fan algorithm = Minimum Power Active Power Controller Enable Dell System DBPM (BIOS will not make all P states available to OS) Memory frequency = Maximum Performance Fan algorithm = Minimum Power...
  • Page 49: Embedded Nics/Lan On Motherboard (Lom)

    ® Broadcom 5716C LOMs are the layer 2 networking LOM option on the PowerEdge R310. Dual port 5716C controller-based LOMs on the R310 support multiple functions over a unified fabric to help manage Ethernet, iSCSI and remote management traffic on each port simultaneously.
  • Page 50: Broadcom Advanced Control Suite 3

    BASP supports four types of teams for Layer 2 teaming: • Smart Load Balancing and Failover • Link Aggregation (802.3ad) • Generic Trunking (FEC/GEC)/802.3ad-Draft Static • SLB (Auto-Fallback Disable) Dell PowerEdge R310 Technical Guide...
  • Page 51: Table 15. Smart Load Balancing

    Smart Load Balancing   and Failover (with two to eight load balance team members) SLB (Auto-Fallback   Disable) Link Aggregation     (802.3ad) Generic Trunking    (FEC/GEC)/802.3ad- Draft Static Dell PowerEdge R310 Technical Guide...
  • Page 52: Vlan

    VLAN added. Although VLANs are commonly used to create individual broadcast domains and/or separate IP subnets, it is sometimes useful for a server to have a presence on more than one VLAN simultaneously. Broadcom Dell PowerEdge R310 Technical Guide...
  • Page 53: Preboot Environment

    Greater SW integrity/availability—fewer backups • Faster recovery—no need to rebuild servers • Protocol Simplicity—standard storage interface • Greater Security—SAN isolation prevents hacking • Major Operating System support • Appears to the host OS as a local disk Dell PowerEdge R310 Technical Guide...
  • Page 54: Diagnostic Tests

    Offload property values (other than None), the checksum can be computed by the network adapter. • Rx Enabled. Enables receive TCP/IP/UDP checksum offload. • Tx Enabled. Enables transmit TCP/IP/UDP checksum offload. • Tx/Rx Enabled (default). Enables transmit and receive TCP/IP/UDP checksum offload. • None. Disables checksum offload. Dell PowerEdge R310 Technical Guide...
  • Page 55: Ipv4 And Ipv6 Large Send Offload

    TCP message up to 64 KB long and send it in one call down the stack through IP and the Ethernet device driver, saving the host CPU from having to compute the checksum in a virtual environment. Dell PowerEdge R310 Technical Guide...
  • Page 56: Usage Of Multiple Queues

    Figure 21. BCM5716C LOM’s Multiple Queues in Virtual Environment LOM Performance 11.23 BCM5716C LOM has been designed to work in various workload environments and described below. End customers are encouraged to enable Broadcom LOM for following environments. Dell PowerEdge R310 Technical Guide...
  • Page 57: Lom Performance

    Decision Support Webserver Logs, 8K, 64K 0/100 0/100 1-64 Recommended SQL Logs BCM5716C have Interrupt Coalescing feature enabled for end customers who want to tweak the performance for smaller packet sizes. Figure 22. Broadcom LOM Dell PowerEdge R310 Technical Guide...
  • Page 58: 12 I/O Slots

    Adapter Broadcom NetExtreme II 5709 NICs 1400 Dual-Port Gb Ethernet TOE x4 Gen1 Slot 1, 2 Server Adapter Broadcom NetExtreme II 5709 1500 Dual-Port Gb Ethernet TOE/iSCSI x4 Gen1 Slot 1, 2 Offload Server Adapter Dell PowerEdge R310 Technical Guide...
  • Page 59: Boot Order

    111.15 mm (4.376 inches) max 167.65 mm (6.600 inches max X1, x4, x8, Standard-height, full-length cards 111.15 mm (4.376 inches) max 312.00 mm (12.283 inches) max Low-profile cards 68.90 mm (2.731 inches) max 167.65 mm (6.600 inches) max Dell PowerEdge R310 Technical Guide...
  • Page 60: 13 Storage

    Customer must choose cabled configuration or hot-swap configuration at point of purchase. This is not an upgrade option after point of sale. The R310 backplane that supports the hot-swap hard drive chassis is shown in Figure 25. Intrusion Detection Switch Figure 25.
  • Page 61: Drives

    Cabled Embedded SATA SW RAID –RAID 0 (PERC S100) Cabled Embedded SATA SW RAID –RAID 0 (PERC S100) Cabled Embedded SATA SW RAID –RAID 1 (PERC S100) Cabled Embedded SATA SW RAID—RAID 5 (PERC S100) Dell PowerEdge R310 Technical Guide...
  • Page 62: Led Indicators

    Must be all 3.5” HDD or 2.5” HDD. • Must be all SAS or all SATA or all SSD. No Mixed HDD allowed in R310. • SSD support requires H200 or H700. PERC S100, SAS 6i/R and PERC S300 do not support SSD.
  • Page 63: Tape Drives

    Dell Tape Drives 13.6 The R310 does not support an internal backup device. Only external backup devices are supported. Refer to Section 3 for the supported devices. Dell PowerEdge R310 Technical Guide...
  • Page 64: 14 Video And Audio

    1024x768 (60/72/75/85 Hz; 8/16/32-bit color) 1152x864 (75 Hz; 8/16/32-bit color) 1280x1024 (60/75/85 Hz; 8/16-bit color) 1280x1024 (60 Hz, 32-bit color) (note 32 bit color is only supported at 60 Hz for this resolution) Audio 14.2 Not available. Dell PowerEdge R310 Technical Guide...
  • Page 65: 15 Rack Information

    NOTE: The R310 is not compatible with any other Dell rails including previous generation rails, but it does use the same sliding rails as the R410 and uses the same static rails as the R310 & R410. Rails 15.2...
  • Page 66: Figure 28. 1U Threaded Rack Adapter Brackets Kit

    The static rails support a wider variety of racks than the sliding rails but do not support serviceability in the rack and are thus not compatible with the CMA. Figure 29. R310 Static Rails One key factor in selecting the proper rails is identifying the type of rack in which they will be installed.
  • Page 67: Cable Management Arm (Cma)

    Cable Management Arm (CMA) 15.3 The optional cable management arm (CMA) for the R310 organizes and secures the cords and cables exiting the back of the server and unfolds to allow the server to extend out of the rack without having to detach the cables.
  • Page 68: Rack View

    Figure 31. R310 Mounted in the A3 Sliding Rails with the CMA The R310 static rails are also a “stab-in” design, but unlike the sliding rails, they do not include middle (intermediate) rail members. After the inner (chassis) rail members have been attached to the sides of the chassis, they are inserted directly into the outer (cabinet) rail members installed in the rack.
  • Page 69: 16 Operating Systems

    Dell 16 Operating Systems See the Operating System Support Matrix for Dell PowerEdge Systems for the most current information on supported operating systems. Dell PowerEdge R310 Technical Guide...
  • Page 70: 17 Solutions

    ESX™ and ESXi™ • Vizioncore™ vEssentials ® ® • Novell PlateSpin Migrate For more information on the specific versions and additions, visit www.dell.com/OSsupport. 17.2 Database The following database solutions are available on the PowerEdge R310: • ® ® Microsoft SQL Server solutions (see www.Dell.com/SQL)
  • Page 71: 18 Systems Management

    Dell-developed management solutions gives you choice and flexibility, so you can simplify and save in environments of any size. To help you meet your server performance demands, Dell offers Dell OpenManage systems management solutions for: Deployment of one or many servers from a single management console •...
  • Page 72: Embedded Server Management

    For servers without iDRAC6 Express, this utility has limited functionality and offers OS install and diagnostics capabilities only. To access the Unified Server Configurator, press the <F10> key within 10 seconds of the Dell logo’s appearance during the system boot process. Current functionality enabled by the Unified Server Configurator is detailed in Table 25.
  • Page 73: Idrac6 Enterprise

    Dedicated network interface • Additionally, the iDRAC6 Enterprise can be upgraded by adding the vFlash Media card. This is a 1 GB Dell branded SD card that enables a persistent 256 or 512 MB virtual flash partition. A more detailed feature list for iDRAC6 Enterprise and vFlash is included in the following table.
  • Page 74     Graphing* Historical Power     Counters* Logging Features System Event Log     RAC Log    Trace Log   * BMC availability through OpenManage Dell PowerEdge R310 Technical Guide...
  • Page 75: Peripherals

    Dell 19 Peripherals USB peripherals 19.1 The R310 supports the following USB-based peripherals: • USB Key (Bootable) • Keyboard (Note: Only one USB keyboard is supported) • Mouse (Note: Only one USB mouse is supported) • Optional USB DVD-ROM External Storage 19.2...
  • Page 76 Dell External Storage Type Product Support Status Microsoft Data Protection Manager (DPM) Supported SAS xBOD SW OpenManage Storage Manager Supported Dell PowerEdge R310 Technical Guide...
  • Page 77: Packaging Options

    Dell 20 Packaging Options R310 packaging options include: • Single pack • Multipack Dell PowerEdge R310 Technical Guide...
  • Page 78 Dell Appendix A. Regulatory Certifications The PowerEdge R310 meets the requirements outlined in the EMC, Product Safety and Environmental parts of Dell Compliance Design Standard (Dell P/N: ENG0002520). Regulatory Model: E09S Regulatory Type: E09S001 ENVIRONMENTAL Product Safety, EMC and Environmental Datasheets are available at: http://www.dell.com/content/topics/global.aspx/about_dell/values/regulatory_com...
  • Page 79: Table 10. Table

    Dell Appendix B. Statement of Volatility The Dell PowerEdge R310 contains both volatile and non-volatile (NV) components. Volatile components lose their data immediately upon removal of power from the component. Non-volatile components continue to retain their data even after the power has been removed from the component.
  • Page 80 Type: [e.g., Flash PROM, EEPROM]: SEEPROM Can user programs or operating system write data to it during normal operation? Purpose? [e.g., boot code] motherboard electronic product identifier How is data input to this memory? factory and iDRAC embedded OS Dell PowerEdge R310 Technical Guide...
  • Page 81 How is this memory write protected? Software write protected iDRAC Express Details Size: 1 GBit Type: [e.g., Flash PROM, EEPROM]: SD card Can user programs or operating system write Dell PowerEdge R310 Technical Guide...
  • Page 82 How is this memory write protected? Software write protected To obtain optional component information, please refer to the Dell Statement of Volatility for the individual components. Please direct any questions to your Dell Marketing Representative. Dell PowerEdge R310 Technical Guide...