Re: motherboard recommendations
Actually, I figured you wanted it in a 1u, since you mentioned the
integrated video. These will fit. That's what Akamai has done. They
sacrifice the dual processor ability, use a slot1 riser card for each cpu
slot and stick the terminator in one, cpu in other, and use some sort of
small ducted-fan style heatsink. Very compact, rather impressive imho.
On Sat, Aug 26, 2000 at 11:53:55AM -0400, Allen Ahoffman wrote:
> thanks we had used l440gx+'s also.
> just cant get them in 1u cases.
> there is a supermicro dl3 board that looks interesting.
> > I like the Intel Lancewood. It's got a silly Phoenix bios, but other than
> > that, It's excellent. It's got a 440GX+, integrated lan/video, two slot 1
> > cpu slots supporting up to 800MHz CuMines. It's also got an Adaptec 7890
> > onboard u2w/lvd controller. Normally, I don't like Intel, but this one is
> > pretty nice at ~$550us. In fact, Akamai uses it in their servers we have
> > here in our blue room. It's a big board too, one corner is cut out for
> > some cramped cases.
> > This is the only board I know of that has integrated video (cirrus logic).
> > If you're looking for something a little more conservative, I'm not much
> > help.
> > On Fri, Aug 25, 2000 at 04:25:10PM -0400, Allen Ahoffman wrote:
> > > anyone who can recommend a good motherboard for small to medium sized web
> > > server would be greatly appreciated.
> > > I'd like to get boards that have onboard integraed LAN and video.
> > >
> > >
> > >
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