[K12OSN] PD for staff (really OO)
Terrell Prude', Jr.
microman at cmosnetworks.com
Sun Apr 18 22:57:52 UTC 2004
The one problem I have with Dell now is that they're offshoring all
their support options. That's one reason why I would recommend Penguin
Computing--the support is here, their boxes have gotten quite favorable
reviews, and it's a good value for the money that you spend.
You can get a dual Opteron box that'll take at least 8GB, which should
sufficiently address any IDE disk needs. Mine has 4GB, serves 25
clients, and runs like a top.
Les Mikesell wrote:
> With Dell, the place to save money is to buy 3rd party RAM.
>At www.penguincomputing.com you can get RAM included at
>a good price and covered by their warranty (although RAM
>seldom is bad these days). However the Dell 2650's have
>a nice remote management feature where you can reboot them
>and get to bios from a separate network connection - but
>again that is something you would almost never need.
> Les Mikesell
> les at futuresource.com
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