Re: AMD64 chipset Linux support ....
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On Tue, 2006-07-11 at 23:54 -0500, William A. Mahaffey III wrote: > 1st link got me the generic server board page, nothing specific, my > misfire ? It's a _different_ page than the normal mainboard page. > I *am* looking at Opteron, Just because it's an Opteron does _not_ mean any mainboard that takes it is server-quality! We've had that discussion before too! You'd be better off going with an older P4 with a cheap E7210 mainboard (although they are becoming more scarce as the E7221/7230 are more popular now). > & found the K8T800 board on a price basis alone. Yes! I know! > Tyan makes a S939 board, Tyan makes server, workstation _and_ desktop mainboards too. Socket-939 is a desktop and workstation/entry-level server platform. > NewEgg got 'em for ~$195.00 last I looked. What chipset is on that board? > I *don't* need the I/O just now, just good RAM/CPU/reliability .... And what's your application? Again, an extra $100 _before_ you put the $1K+ system makes all-the-difference. It's not just server I/O. -- Bryan J. Smith Professional, technical annoyance mailto:b.j.smith@xxxxxxxx http://thebs413.blogspot.com --------------------------------------------------------- The world is in need of solutions. Unfortunately, people seem to be more interested in blindly aligning themselves with one of only two viewponts -- an "us v. them" debate that has nothing to do with finding an actual solution. -- amd64-list@xxxxxxxxxx https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/amd64-list
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