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Re: [K12OSN] CPU vs. RAM for two users



I run a 2.0 Celeron w/ 640 MB at home, typically serving 2 or 3 clients.
The CPU is definitely the slow part of this system.  I don't seem
to swap much, so the RAM is apparently ok.  But websites like newegg and amazon really bog it down (I
think that's due to their use of java, but I can't be sure).

-Rob

On Wed, May 30, 2007 at 08:30:49PM -0500, ssh tranquility net wrote:
> I am going to build a server for two (occasionally three) users from
> discarded parts. Given the "hundred meg per client rule", I have two
> choices from the junk box.
> 
> 1. AMD 2200 CPU with 768 meg of ram
> 2. P4 1.7 ghz CPU with a gig of ram
> 
> I'm aware the 2200 isn't really 2,200 mhz, but given the small user
> base, is that enough speed difference to forgo the extra ram?
> 
> thx
> Scott S.



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