Re: Correct choise of servers
Thats 100% true but i rather have some overhead then under .. :)and a more
powerfull "PSU" has better cooling. :)
I think he can build a bloody good server now :P
Citeren Russell Coker <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> On Fri, 21 Feb 2003 12:02, email@example.com wrote:
> > You should be sure about the ammount of power your supply can give you.
> > Watt should do the job. ( i don't see it in your list, it should be ).
> If you have a machine with only 2 hard drives that aren't 10,000 or 15,000rpm
> drives and no other hardware that is power hungry then a 400W PSU is not
> If your hardware is typical desktop hardware then a typical desktop PSU will
> be able to handle the load without any problems.
> If you have 15,000rpm disks then power isn't the main problem, the main
> problem is cooling. Remember, the majority of the electrical power gets
> converted into heat. The more power you use the more cooling you need.
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