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Rate my new server build!!

Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by adcx64, Feb 7, 2009.

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    :eek:1.7 ghz celeron proc, 60gb primary HD, 120 GB storage HD, running Windows server 2008 Enterprise.
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    sorry i cannot take pics b/c my camera was recently dropped down the stairs by my uncle.
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    1/10. Cute box though :p

    Of course... I deal with real servers everyday. Come back when you've got a 16 slot array of dual socket quad core xeons running 32GB of memory each, a pair of iSCSI 74GB 15k HDDs 0+1, hooked to a 200TB SANiQ storage array.
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    Is it in a regular ATX case?


    :roll: only 32GB ram? our quad quad has 64, nya nya :toast:


    Seriousely though everyone starts somewere, and IMO on that kind of hardware i would opt for Server2003.
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    Pshh, I got that in my room.

    Lol nice! That is what I watch over at my church.
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    might be fine for a simple network storage machine or something
    Crunching for Team TPU
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    I love my job :)

    That's just one of the enclosures busy hosting thousands of virtual machines from a virtual machine farm... lol. Every 6 months or so we have to build another SANiQ for another 100TB of space. It's so much fun. hehe.
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