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idata
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Need a server similar to below

Currently we have an Intel server that is about 5 years old with the following specs:

System  ModelWindows Server 2003 Standard

 

Edition Service Pack 2 (build 3790) Intel

 

Enclosure Type: Server ChassisProcessor  a Main Circuit Board  b3.00 gigahertz Intel Pentium 4 (2 installed)

 

16 kilobyte primary memory cache

 

1024 kilobyte secondary

 

memory cache Board: Intel SE7520JR23D FRU Ver 0.01

 

Serial Number: BZJR60100827

 

Bus Clock: 800 megahertz

 

BIOS: Intel Corporation SE7520JR23.86B.P.10.00.0087.120820051348

 

12/08/2005Drives Memory Modules  c,d

319.98 Gigabytes

 

Usable Hard Drive Capacity

 

244.94 Gigabytes Hard Drive Free

 

Space

 

 

Slimtype COMBO SOSC-2483K [CD-ROM drive]

 

 

MEGARAID LD 0 MEGARAID SCSI Disk Device (159.99 GB) -- drive 0

 

MEGARAID LD 1 MEGARAID SCSI

 

Disk Device (159.99 GB) -- drive 1 2048 Megabytes Installed

 

Memory

 

 

Slot 'DIMM 1A' has 1024 MB

 

Slot 'DIMM 1B' has 1024 MB

 

Slot

 

'DIMM 2A' is Empty

 

Slot 'DIMM 2B' is Empty

 

Slot 'DIMM 3A' is Empty

 

Slot

 

'DIMM 3B' is Empty

.

What would be a compatible server that would have simiar specs? It would definitely need to have two fixed hard drives and 2 processors

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Edward_Z_Intel
Employee
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That server is at least 5~7 years old, and a lot have changed... Your server is a rack-optimized system. In current generation there are two rack-optimized server boards. Below is a quick comparison:

http://ark.intel.com/compare/61039,56253 http://ark.intel.com/compare/61039,56253

AP16
Valued Contributor III
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Do you have a requirement for WS2003 OS (32-bit i think) on it? Cause there are some troubles with old MS server OSes on latest server platforms, which may hurt sysadmin work by some. If you can upgrade to WS2008/R2, you should not encounter such quirks.

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