Tyan 2720 motherboard for Xeons (fwd)

Joel Jaeggli joelja at darkwing.uoregon.edu
Mon Jun 24 15:02:37 EDT 2002


On Mon, 24 Jun 2002, Mark Hahn wrote:
> 
> the conservative choice for Intel-based solutions is clearly Intel
> itself (who seems fairly agressive right now in pushing dual Xeons...)
> has anyone had bad experiences with the new wave of e7500 boards?

we have been aquiring machines based on the serverworks gc-le chipset for 
use as servers. specifically the supermicro p4dl6 and p4dlr. they have so 
far been well-behaved. People using really fast interconnects such 
a myranet will undoubtdly be interested in the 133mhz pci-x slots but 
they're currently a little pricey for use as nodes. what with u160 scsi 
and all the value added extras adding up to around $750 per board...



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