planning – How to travel without reserving rooms in advance?

I was reading this question: Would it be a bad idea not to book hotels in advance in Thailand?
and think about traveling without reservations made in advance.

Personally, when I travel, I panic a little when I do not know where I'm going to stay. I usually book everything in advance to find out where I am staying and get cheaper prices.
The problem with my approach is that it leads to very rigid routes. It often happens that I want to stay a few days longer in a place or that I want to leave earlier and make a detour by my planned route.

How can I book things only 2 or 3 days in advance (or even on the spot) with the certainty that I will have a home? Are there any good tips or guides online for this?

How to travel without reserving rooms or beds in advance?

November 2019 Report on the prices of server rooms

This is the eighth installment of the monthly Server Pricing Report for 2019.

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October 2019 – Report on the prices of server rooms

This is the seventh installment of the monthly Server Pricing Report for 2019.

If you followed, we tracked the price of parts for RAM, SSDs, hard drives, processors and some GPUs. Generally, this is done monthly, then shared with WHT and on our blog.

Currently, all prices listed are those of ebay, for used equipment. I can also start looking for more new material if there is a request.

Price on October 3, 2019

– or + indicates if the price has increased or decreased since last month

Code:

Price Low* / Price High** / Part Name


SSDs

$64(+) / $78() / 480gb Intel DC S3500 
$179() / $245() / 800gb Intel DC S3500 
$180(-) / $290(+) / 1.6TB Intel DC S3500 

New SSDs

$115(+) / $125(-) / 240gb Intel D3-S4610
$146(-) / $185(-) / 480gb Intel D3-S4610
$245() / $283() / 960gb Intel D3-S4610
$445() / $525(-) / 1.92tb Intel D3-S4610
$670(-) / $780(-) / 3.84tb Intel D3-S4610
 
Hard Drives

$40() / $54() / 3TB HGST SATA
$163(+) / $180(+) / 8TB HGST SATA
$190() / $215() / 10TB HGST SATA
$310() / $450() / 12TB HGST SATA


DDR3 RAM

$10() / $15() / 8GB DDR3 (a)
$15() / $30() / 8GB DDR3 (b)
$25(+) / $40() / 16GB DDR3 (a)
$23(-) / $30(-) / 16GB DDR3 (b)
$68(-) / $105() / 32GB DDR3 (c)


DDR4 RAM

$24(-) / $45() / 8GB DDR4 (d)
$40(-) / $55(-) / 8GB DDR4 (e)
$45(+) / $60(+) / 16GB DDR4 (d)
$60() / $76(-) / 16GB DDR4 (e)
$106(+) / $120(-) / 32GB DDR4 (d)
$125() / $178(+) / 32GB DDR4 (e)

E5v2 CPUs

$130() / $145() / E5-2660v2
$150(-) / $200(-) / E5-2680v2
$240(-) / $280(-) / E5-2697v2


E5v3 CPUs

$105(-) / $150() / E5-2650v3
$150(-) / $200(+) / E5-2660v3
$150(-) / $217() / E5-2670v3
$145(-) / $185(-) / E5-2680v3
$215(-) / $225(+) / E5-2690v3
$290() / $378() / E5-2695v3
$399(+) / $470(+) / E5-2698v3
$440() / $790(-) / E5-2699v3


E5v4 CPUs

$1030(+) / $1300(+) / E5-2650v4
$900(+) / $1370(+) / E5-2660v4
$1199(+) / $1489(+) / E5-2680v4
$1710(+) / $1845(+) / E5-2690v4
$4000(+) / $4760(+) / E5-2699v4

Graphics Cards

$305 / $399 / Nvidia GTX 1080Ti
$275 / $350 / AMD Vega 64

To compare to last month, here are the prices of September 13, 2019:

Code:

Price Low* / Price High** / Part Name


SSDs

$63(-) / $78(-) / 480gb Intel DC S3500 
$170 / $245(+) / 800gb Intel DC S3500 
$184(-) / $240(+) / 1.6TB Intel DC S3500 

New SSDs

$109(-) / $185(-) / 240gb Intel D3-S4610
$146(-) / $204(-) / 480gb Intel D3-S4610
$245(+) / $283(-) / 960gb Intel D3-S4610
$445(-) / $695(-) / 1.92tb Intel D3-S4610
$780(-) / $994(-) / 3.84tb Intel D3-S4610
 
Hard Drives

$40 / $54(+) / 3TB HGST SATA
$160 / $175 / 8TB HGST SATA
$190(-) / $215(-) / 10TB HGST SATA
$310 / $450 / 12TB HGST SATA


DDR3 RAM

$10 / $15 / 8GB DDR3 (a)
$15 / $30(+) / 8GB DDR3 (b)
$24(+) / $40(+) / 16GB DDR3 (a)
$25 / $31(-) / 16GB DDR3 (b)
$95 / $105 / 32GB DDR3 (c)


DDR4 RAM

$27(-) / $45 / 8GB DDR4 (d)
$45(-) / $75 / 8GB DDR4 (e)
$40(-) / $55(-) / 16GB DDR4 (d)
$60(-) / $78(-) / 16GB DDR4 (e)
$105(-) / $125 / 32GB DDR4 (d)
$125(+) / $160(-) / 32GB DDR4 (e)

E5v2 CPUs

$130(+) / $145(-) / E5-2660v2
$170(+) / $230(-) / E5-2680v2
$250() / $290(-) / E5-2697v2


E5v3 CPUs

$125(-) / $150(-) / E5-2650v3
$160(+) / $170(+) / E5-2660v3
$175(-) / $217(-) / E5-2670v3
$146(-) / $198(-) / E5-2680v3
$230(-) / $275(+) / E5-2690v3
$290(-) / $378(+) / E5-2695v3
$397 / $459(+) / E5-2698v3
$440(+) / $699(-) / E5-2699v3


E5v4 CPUs

$845(-) / $1029(+) / E5-2650v4
$775(-) / $1200(+) / E5-2660v4
$1350(-) / $1212(-) / E5-2680v4
$1698(-) / $1750(-) / E5-2690v4
$3385 / $3420 / E5-2699v4

Graphics Cards

$550 / $585 / Nvidia GTX 1080Ti
$330 / $370 / AMD Vega 64

Definition of terms / small print:

Code:

* Price Low -- The lowest price to buy this part from a reputable seller in a moderate quantity, price as shipped to the US			
** Price High -- There is a reasonably large quantity of this part available from multiple reputable sellers for this price or lower, price as shipped to the US			
*** Price for the lowest priced drive of this size, matching this model number or better in the same class. "Same class" would mean sata (S) or nvme (P), as applicable. "Better" means a higher model number than listed. Ranked from worst to best, Intel model numbers are 3500, 3510, 3600, 3610, 3700, 3710			

(a) -- 2Rx4 PC3L-10600R ECC REG	
(b) -- 2Rx4 PC3L-12800R ECC REG	
(c) -- 4Rx4 PC3L-12800L ECC REG LRDIMM	
(d) -- DDR4 PC4-2133P ECC Registered	
(e) -- DDR4 PC4-2400T ECC Registered

Some notable changes compared to last month:

* There seems to be a lot of stability right now in server room pricing. Prices for RAM, SSDs and hard drives have remained relatively constant with only slight changes in prices.

* The prices of the E5v2 and E5v3 CPUs have slightly decreased.

* Prices for E5v4 processor models have risen surprisingly, some increasing by almost 50%.

As before, let me know if you have comments, how I can make this more useful, etc.

September 2019 Report on the prices of server rooms

This is the sixth installment of monthly server price reports for 2019. The month of August is incredibly busy, so this month we're going to jump from July to September.

If you followed, we tracked the price of parts for RAM, SSDs, hard drives, processors and some GPUs. Generally, this is done monthly, then shared with WHT and on our blog.

Currently, all prices listed are those of ebay, for used equipment. I can also start looking for more new material if there is a request.

Price on September 13, 2019

– or + indicates if the price has increased or decreased since last month

Code:

Price Low* / Price High** / Part Name


SSDs

$63(-) / $78(-) / 480gb Intel DC S3500 
$170 / $245(+) / 800gb Intel DC S3500 
$184(-) / $240(+) / 1.6TB Intel DC S3500 

New SSDs

$109(-) / $185(-) / 240gb Intel D3-S4610
$146(-) / $204(-) / 480gb Intel D3-S4610
$245(+) / $283(-) / 960gb Intel D3-S4610
$445(-) / $695(-) / 1.92tb Intel D3-S4610
$780(-) / $994(-) / 3.84tb Intel D3-S4610
 
Hard Drives

$40 / $54(+) / 3TB HGST SATA
$160 / $175 / 8TB HGST SATA
$190(-) / $215(-) / 10TB HGST SATA
$310 / $450 / 12TB HGST SATA


DDR3 RAM

$10 / $15 / 8GB DDR3 (a)
$15 / $30(+) / 8GB DDR3 (b)
$24(+) / $40(+) / 16GB DDR3 (a)
$25 / $31(-) / 16GB DDR3 (b)
$95 / $105 / 32GB DDR3 (c)


DDR4 RAM

$27(-) / $45 / 8GB DDR4 (d)
$45(-) / $75 / 8GB DDR4 (e)
$40(-) / $55(-) / 16GB DDR4 (d)
$60(-) / $78(-) / 16GB DDR4 (e)
$105(-) / $125 / 32GB DDR4 (d)
$125(+) / $160(-) / 32GB DDR4 (e)

E5v2 CPUs

$130(+) / $145(-) / E5-2660v2
$170(+) / $230(-) / E5-2680v2
$250() / $290(-) / E5-2697v2


E5v3 CPUs

$125(-) / $150(-) / E5-2650v3
$160(+) / $170(+) / E5-2660v3
$175(-) / $217(-) / E5-2670v3
$146(-) / $198(-) / E5-2680v3
$230(-) / $275(+) / E5-2690v3
$290(-) / $378(+) / E5-2695v3
$397 / $459(+) / E5-2698v3
$440(+) / $699(-) / E5-2699v3


E5v4 CPUs

$845(-) / $1029(+) / E5-2650v4
$775(-) / $1200(+) / E5-2660v4
$1350(-) / $1212(-) / E5-2680v4
$1698(-) / $1750(-) / E5-2690v4
$3385 / $3420 / E5-2699v4

Graphics Cards

$550 / $585 / Nvidia GTX 1080Ti
$330 / $370 / AMD Vega 64

To compare to last month, here are the prices of April 25, 2019:

Code:

Price Low* / Price High** / Part Name


SSDs

$80(+) / $89() / 480gb Intel DC S3500 
$170(+) / $215(+) / 800gb Intel DC S3500 
$200(+) / $219(-) / 1.6TB Intel DC S3500 

New SSDs

$110 / $185 / 240gb Intel D3-S4610
$147 / $245 / 480gb Intel D3-S4610
$240 / $343 / 960gb Intel D3-S4610
$470 / $1130 / 1.92tb Intel D3-S4610
$969 / $1410 / 3.84tb Intel D3-S4610
 
Hard Drives

$40 / $48(-) / 3TB HGST SATA
$160 / $175 / 8TB HGST SATA
$200(-) / $230(-) / 10TB HGST SATA
$329 / $450 / 12TB HGST SATA


DDR3 RAM

$10(-) / $15() / 8GB DDR3 (a)
$15() / $20 () / 8GB DDR3 (b)
$21(-) / $31() / 16GB DDR3 (a)
$25(-) / $33() / 16GB DDR3 (b)
$95(+) / $105(+) / 32GB DDR3 (c)


DDR4 RAM

$35(-) / $45(-) / 8GB DDR4 (d)
$42(-) / $75(-) / 8GB DDR4 (e)
$46(-) / $58(-) / 16GB DDR4 (d)
$65(-) / $90(-) / 16GB DDR4 (e)
$105(-) / $125(-) / 32GB DDR4 (d)
$147(+) / $178(+) / 32GB DDR4 (e)

E5v2 CPUs

$140(+) / $159(+) / E5-2660v2
$225(+) / $240() / E5-2680v2
$320() / $370() / E5-2697v2


E5v3 CPUs

*$160(-) / $185(-) / E5-2650v3
*$151(-) / $165(-) / E5-2660v3
*$200(-) / $270() / E5-2670v3
*$149(-) / $210() / E5-2680v3
*$240() / $260() / E5-2690v3
*$325(-) / $375(-) / E5-2695v3
*$397(-) / $450(-) / E5-2698v3
*$697(+) / $850(-) / E5-2699v3


E5v4 CPUs

*$845(-) / $935(-) / E5-2650v4
*$1048() / $1100() / E5-2660v4
*$1299(-) / $1399(-) / E5-2680v4
$1698(-) / $1790(-) / E5-2690v4


Graphics Cards

$550() / $585() / Nvidia GTX 1080Ti
$330() / $370() / AMD Vega 64

Definition of terms / small print:

Code:

* Price Low -- The lowest price to buy this part from a reputable seller in a moderate quantity, price as shipped to the US			
** Price High -- There is a reasonably large quantity of this part available from multiple reputable sellers for this price or lower, price as shipped to the US			

*** Price for the lowest priced drive of this size, matching this model number or better in the same class. "Same class" would mean sata (S) or nvme (P), as applicable. "Better" means a higher model number than listed. Ranked from worst to best, Intel model numbers are 3500, 3510, 3600, 3610, 3700, 3710			

(a) -- 2Rx4 PC3L-10600R ECC REG	
(b) -- 2Rx4 PC3L-12800R ECC REG	
(c) -- 4Rx4 PC3L-12800L ECC REG LRDIMM	
	
(d) DDR4 PC4-2133P ECC Registered	
(e) DDR4 PC4-2400T ECC Registered

Some notable changes compared to last month:

* There seems to be a lot of stability right now in server room pricing. Prices for RAM, SSDs and hard drives have remained relatively constant with only slight changes in prices.

* Processor prices have decreased in almost all processors, especially at low prices. It will be interesting to see if this trend will continue next month.

* There seems to be greater availability in the server parts used this month, especially in the processors.

As before, let me know if you have comments, how I can make this more useful, etc.

September 2019 Report on the prices of server rooms

This is the sixth installment of monthly server price reports for 2019. The month of August is incredibly busy, so this month we're going to jump from July to September.

If you followed, we tracked the price of parts for RAM, SSD, hard drives, processors and some GPUs. Generally, this is done monthly, then shared with WHT and on our blog.

Currently, all prices listed are those of ebay, for used equipment. I can also start looking for more new material if there is a request.

Price on September 13, 2019

– or + indicates if the price has increased or decreased since last month

Code:

Price Low* / Price High** / Part Name


SSDs

$63(-) / $78(-) / 480gb Intel DC S3500 
$170 / $245(+) / 800gb Intel DC S3500 
$184(-) / $240(+) / 1.6TB Intel DC S3500 

New SSDs

$109(-) / $185(-) / 240gb Intel D3-S4610
$146(-) / $204(-) / 480gb Intel D3-S4610
$245(+) / $283(-) / 960gb Intel D3-S4610
$445(-) / $695(-) / 1.92tb Intel D3-S4610
$780(-) / $994(-) / 3.84tb Intel D3-S4610
 
Hard Drives

$40 / $54(+) / 3TB HGST SATA
$160 / $175 / 8TB HGST SATA
$190(-) / $215(-) / 10TB HGST SATA
$310 / $450 / 12TB HGST SATA


DDR3 RAM

$10 / $15 / 8GB DDR3 (a)
$15 / $30(+) / 8GB DDR3 (b)
$24(+) / $40(+) / 16GB DDR3 (a)
$25 / $31(-) / 16GB DDR3 (b)
$95 / $105 / 32GB DDR3 (c)


DDR4 RAM

$27(-) / $45 / 8GB DDR4 (d)
$45(-) / $75 / 8GB DDR4 (e)
$40(-) / $55(-) / 16GB DDR4 (d)
$60(-) / $78(-) / 16GB DDR4 (e)
$105(-) / $125 / 32GB DDR4 (d)
$125(+) / $160(-) / 32GB DDR4 (e)

E5v2 CPUs

$130(+) / $145(-) / E5-2660v2
$170(+) / $230(-) / E5-2680v2
$250() / $290(-) / E5-2697v2


E5v3 CPUs

$125(-) / $150(-) / E5-2650v3
$160(+) / $170(+) / E5-2660v3
$175(-) / $217(-) / E5-2670v3
$146(-) / $198(-) / E5-2680v3
$230(-) / $275(+) / E5-2690v3
$290(-) / $378(+) / E5-2695v3
$397 / $459(+) / E5-2698v3
$440(+) / $699(-) / E5-2699v3


E5v4 CPUs

$845(-) / $1029(+) / E5-2650v4
$775(-) / $1200(+) / E5-2660v4
$1350(-) / $1212(-) / E5-2680v4
$1698(-) / $1750(-) / E5-2690v4
$3385 / $3420 / E5-2699v4

Graphics Cards

$550 / $585 / Nvidia GTX 1080Ti
$330 / $370 / AMD Vega 64

To compare to last month, here are the prices of April 25, 2019:

Code:

Price Low* / Price High** / Part Name


SSDs

$80(+) / $89() / 480gb Intel DC S3500 
$170(+) / $215(+) / 800gb Intel DC S3500 
$200(+) / $219(-) / 1.6TB Intel DC S3500 

New SSDs

$110 / $185 / 240gb Intel D3-S4610
$147 / $245 / 480gb Intel D3-S4610
$240 / $343 / 960gb Intel D3-S4610
$470 / $1130 / 1.92tb Intel D3-S4610
$969 / $1410 / 3.84tb Intel D3-S4610
 
Hard Drives

$40 / $48(-) / 3TB HGST SATA
$160 / $175 / 8TB HGST SATA
$200(-) / $230(-) / 10TB HGST SATA
$329 / $450 / 12TB HGST SATA


DDR3 RAM

$10(-) / $15() / 8GB DDR3 (a)
$15() / $20 () / 8GB DDR3 (b)
$21(-) / $31() / 16GB DDR3 (a)
$25(-) / $33() / 16GB DDR3 (b)
$95(+) / $105(+) / 32GB DDR3 (c)


DDR4 RAM

$35(-) / $45(-) / 8GB DDR4 (d)
$42(-) / $75(-) / 8GB DDR4 (e)
$46(-) / $58(-) / 16GB DDR4 (d)
$65(-) / $90(-) / 16GB DDR4 (e)
$105(-) / $125(-) / 32GB DDR4 (d)
$147(+) / $178(+) / 32GB DDR4 (e)

E5v2 CPUs

$140(+) / $159(+) / E5-2660v2
$225(+) / $240() / E5-2680v2
$320() / $370() / E5-2697v2


E5v3 CPUs

*$160(-) / $185(-) / E5-2650v3
*$151(-) / $165(-) / E5-2660v3
*$200(-) / $270() / E5-2670v3
*$149(-) / $210() / E5-2680v3
*$240() / $260() / E5-2690v3
*$325(-) / $375(-) / E5-2695v3
*$397(-) / $450(-) / E5-2698v3
*$697(+) / $850(-) / E5-2699v3


E5v4 CPUs

*$845(-) / $935(-) / E5-2650v4
*$1048() / $1100() / E5-2660v4
*$1299(-) / $1399(-) / E5-2680v4
$1698(-) / $1790(-) / E5-2690v4


Graphics Cards

$550() / $585() / Nvidia GTX 1080Ti
$330() / $370() / AMD Vega 64

Definition of terms / small print:

Code:

* Price Low -- The lowest price to buy this part from a reputable seller in a moderate quantity, price as shipped to the US			
** Price High -- There is a reasonably large quantity of this part available from multiple reputable sellers for this price or lower, price as shipped to the US			

*** Price for the lowest priced drive of this size, matching this model number or better in the same class. "Same class" would mean sata (S) or nvme (P), as applicable. "Better" means a higher model number than listed. Ranked from worst to best, Intel model numbers are 3500, 3510, 3600, 3610, 3700, 3710			

(a) -- 2Rx4 PC3L-10600R ECC REG	
(b) -- 2Rx4 PC3L-12800R ECC REG	
(c) -- 4Rx4 PC3L-12800L ECC REG LRDIMM	
	
(d) DDR4 PC4-2133P ECC Registered	
(e) DDR4 PC4-2400T ECC Registered

Some notable changes compared to last month:

* There seems to be a lot of stability right now in server room pricing. Prices for RAM, SSDs and hard drives have remained relatively constant with only slight changes in prices.

* Processor prices have decreased in almost all processors, especially at low prices. It will be interesting to see if this trend will continue next month.

* There seems to be greater availability in the server parts used this month, especially in the processors.

As before, let me know if you have comments, how I can make this more useful, etc.

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javascript – Find the minimum number of rooms required

The problem statement is as follows

Given a range of time intervals (beginning, end) for class presentations (possibly overlapping ones), determine the minimum number of pieces required.

For example, given ((30, 75), (0, 50), (60, 150)), you must return 2.

This is supposed to be a easy challenge but that was not the case for me.

Here is my solution in JavaScript

exports.roomsRequired = function roomsRequired(lectureIntervals) {
    function Room() {
        return {
            busy: ()
        };
    }

    let rooms = ();

    lectureIntervals.forEach(lectureInterval => {
        let roomFound = false;
        rooms.forEach(room => {
            let roomBusyInLectureHours = false;
            room.busy.forEach(reserved => {
                let lectureStart = lectureInterval(0);
                let lectureEnd = lectureInterval(1);
                let reservedStart = reserved(0);
                let reservedEnd = reserved(1);
                if (lectureStart > reservedStart && lectureStart < reservedEnd) {
                    roomBusyInLectureHours = true;
                }
                if (lectureEnd > reservedStart && lectureEnd < reservedEnd) {
                    roomBusyInLectureHours = true;
                }
            });
            if (!roomBusyInLectureHours) {
                room.busy.push(lectureInterval);
                roomFound = true;
            }
        });
        if (!roomFound) {
            let room = new Room();
            room.busy.push(lectureInterval);
            rooms.push(room);
        }
    });

    return rooms;
};

The only test case I have so far

let rooms = exports.roomsRequired(((30, 75), (0, 50), (60, 150)));
for (let i = 0; i < rooms.length; i++) {
    console.log(rooms(i).busy)
}

What impressions

( ( 30, 75 ) )
( ( 0, 50 ), ( 60, 150 ) )

I know that I do not return the number of pieces, but it is essentially the number of rows seen. For example, in the previous case, it is 2 as expected.

My question is: can this code be much shorter? I suspect that I'm missing something obvious being that easy challenge.

The pseudo-code of my implementation would look like this

For Each Interval:
    For Each Room in Rooms:
        For Each IntervalWithinThatRoom:
            Check If IntervalWithinThatRoom overlaps with Interval
        If No Overlaps Found
            Push Interval to Room
    If Interval Not pushed to any Room
        Create new Room
        Push Interval to Room
        Push new Room to Rooms

g Suite Administrator – How can I replace the default Google Calendar settings for users so that they can edit and move meetings between our rooms?

Within our organization, we have four conference rooms currently configured as resources via GSuite for Business.

One of these rooms has become the recruiting / interview room. I would like to give our recruiting team priority access to this room, with the following basic rules:

  • If the room is not reserved, any user should be able to book it for an event.
  • If the room is reserved for an event, Recruitment should be able to modify the details of the event and move it to another room.
  • Other users should not be able to move or edit default events.

We have already configured where the rooms are configured as resources. We have also added calendaring to all rooms where "Make Changes and Manage Sharing" access is enabled. However, while they are able to see events they are not able to move an event in another room.

Someone has thoughts?

July 2019 Report on the prices of server rooms

This is the fifth installment of the monthly server price reports for 2019. The month of May has been unusually busy.

If you followed, we tracked the price of parts for RAM, SSDs, hard drives, processors and some GPUs. Generally, this is done monthly, then shared with WHT and on our blog.

Currently, all prices listed are those of ebay, for used equipment. I can also start looking for more new material if there is a request.

Price on June 13, 2019

– or + indicates if the price has increased or decreased since last month

Code:

Low Price * / Price High ** / Part Name


SSD

$ 80 (+) / $ 89 () / 480 GB Intel DC S3500
170 USD (+) / 215 $ (+) / 800 GB Intel DC S3500
$ 200 (+) / $ 219 (-) / 1.6 TB Intel DC S3500 

New SSDs

Intel D3-S4610 at $ 110 / $ 185 / 240gb
$ 147 / $ 245 / 480gb Intel D3-S4610
Intel D3-S4610 at $ 240/343 / 960gb
$ 470 / $ 1130 / 1.92 TB Intel D3-S4610
Intel D3-S4610 at $ 969 / $ 1410 / 3.84tb
 
HDDs

$ 40 / $ 48 (-) / 3 TB HGST SATA
$ 160/175 TB / 8 TB HGST SATA
$ 200 (-) / $ 230 (-) / 10 TB HGST SATA
SATA HGST $ 329 / 450/12 TB


DDR3 RAM

$ 10 (-) / $ 15 () / 8 GB of DDR3 (a)
$ 15 () / $ 20 () / 8 GB of DDR3 (b)
$ 21 (-) / $ 31 () / 16 GB DDR3 (a)
$ 25 (-) / $ 33 () / 16 GB DDR3 (b)
$ 95 (+) / $ 105 (+) / 32 GB of DDR3 (c)


DDR4 RAM

$ 35 (-) / $ 45 (-) / 8 GB DDR4 (d)
$ 42 (-) / $ 75 (-) / 8 GB DDR4 (e)
$ 46 (-) / $ 58 (-) / 16 GB DDR4 (d)
$ 65 (-) / $ 90 (-) / 16 GB DDR4 (e)
$ 105 (-) / $ 125 (-) / 32 GB DDR4 (d)
$ 147 (+) / $ 178 (+) / 32 GB DDR4 (e)

CPU E5v2

$ 140 (+) / $ 159 (+) / E5-2660v2
$ 225 (+) / $ 240 () / E5-2680v2
$ 320 () / $ 370 () / E5-2697v2


CPU E5v3

* $ 160 (-) / $ 185 (-) / E5-2650v3
* $ 151 (-) / $ 165 (-) / E5-2660v3
* $ 200 (-) / $ 270 () / E5-2670v3
* $ 149 (-) / $ 210 () / E5-2680v3
* $ 240 () / $ 260 () / E5-2690v3
* $ 325 (-) / $ 375 (-) / E5-2695v3
* $ 397 (-) / $ 450 (-) / E5-2698v3
* $ 697 (+) / $ 850 (-) / E5-2699v3


CPU E5v4

* $ 845 (-) / $ 935 (-) / E5-2650v4
* $ 1048 () / $ 1100 () / E5-2660v4
* $ 1299 (-) / $ 1399 (-) / E5-2680v4
$ 1698 (-) / $ 1790 (-) / E5-2690v4


Graphics cards

$ 550 () / $ 585 () / Nvidia GTX 1080Ti
$ 330 () / $ 370 () / AMD Vega 64

To compare to last month, here are the prices of June 18, 2019:

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Low Price * / Price High ** / Part Name


SSD

Intel DC S3500 $ 64 (+) / $ 89 (-) / 480 GB
$ 99 (-) / $ 155 (+) / 800 GB Intel DC S3500
150 USD (-) / 225 $ (-) / 1.6 TB Intel DC S3500 


HDDs

$ 40 / $ 50 (+) / 3 TB HGST SATA
$ 160 / $ 175 (+) / 8 TB HGST SATA
$ 232 (-) / $ 280 (+) / 10 TB HGST SATA
$ 329 (+) / $ 450 (+) / 12 TB HGST SATA


DDR3 RAM

$ 12 (-) / $ 15 (/) / 8 GB of DDR3 (a)
$ 15 (-) / $ 20/8 GB of DDR3 (b)
$ 25 (-) / $ 31 (+) / 16 GB DDR3 (a)
$ 28 (+) / $ 33 (+) / 16 GB DDR3 (b)
$ 76 (-) / $ 80 (-) / 32 GB DDR3 (c)


DDR4 RAM

$ 45 (-) / $ 65 (+) / 8 GB DDR4 (d)
$ 80 (-) / $ 100 (-) / 8 GB DDR4 (e)
$ 52 (-) / $ 70 (-) / 16 GB DDR4 (d)
$ 100 (-) / $ 185 (+) / 16 GB DDR4 (e)
$ 129 (-) / $ 150 (-) / 32 GB DDR4 (d)
$ 129 (-) / $ 150 (-) / 32 GB DDR4 (e)


CPU E5v2

$ 105 / $ 109 / E5-2660v2
$ 195 (-) / $ 225 (-) / E5-2680v2
$ 299 / $ 315 (-) / E5-2697v2


CPU E5v3

$ 170 (-) / $ 199 (-) / E5-2650v3
$ 162 (-) / $ 190 (-) / E5-2660v3
$ 215 (-) / $ 270 (-) / E5-2670v3
$ 190 (-) / $ 239 (-) / E5-2680v3

$ 240 (-) / $ 260 (-) / E5-2690v3
$ 329 (-) / $ 470 (-) / E5-2695v3
$ 579 (-) / $ 685 (-) / E5-2698v3
$ 489 (-) / $ 890 / E5-2699v3 ***


CPU E5v4

$ 895 (-) / $ 955 (-) / E5-2650v4
$ 1048 (-) / $ 1100 (-) / E5-2660v4
$ 1370 (-) / $ 1400 (-) / E5-2680v4
$ 1850 / $ 1890 (-) / E5-2690v4


Graphics cards

$ 550 (-) / $ 585 (-) / Nvidia GTX 1080Ti
$ 330 (-) / $ 370 (-) / AMD Vega 64

Definition of terms / small print:

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* Lowest price - Lowest price to buy this piece from a reputable seller, in moderate quantity, at price shipped to the United States.
** High Price - There is a reasonably large amount of this piece available from several reputable sellers at this price or lower, price shipped to the United States.

*** Price of the cheapest record of this size, corresponding to this model number or better of the same class. "Same class" would mean sata (S) or nvme (P), as the case may be. "Better" means a model number higher than indicated. Ranked from worst to best, Intel model numbers are 3500, 3510, 3600, 3610, 3700, 3710

(a) - 2Rx4 PC3L-10600R ECC REG
(b) - 2Rx4 PC3L-12800R ECC REG
(c) - REG LRDIMM ECC 4Rx4 PC3L-12800L

(d) DDR4 PC4-2133P Recorded ECC
(e) DDR4 PC4-2400T registered ECC

Some notable changes compared to last month:

* New SSDs have been added this month, especially Intel's Intel D3-S4610 processor, as requested last month.

* SSDs have seen a sharp rise in prices this month.

* We are still seeing a steady decrease in processor prices, almost everywhere.

* This month, we also saw a decrease in almost all the RAM models we followed.

As before, let me know if you have comments, how I can make this more useful, etc.