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Thread: My new Server Dual Xeon




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    Hi, Im from Brazil and I need some help


    I want to buy a new server and I would like to know if this configuration is all compatible.
    I will buy at www.googlegear.com ok ?

    - Intel SE7501CW2
    - Intel(R) Xeon(TM) Processor 2.4GHz 533MHz 604pin .13u 512KB Retail
    - Maxtor Atlas(TM) 10K IV 8B036J0 36.7GB 80pin U320-SCSI 10,000RPM
    - Kingston 512MB DDR266 PC2100 ECC Registered Double-Row Memory Retail

    here are the part number to consult in googlegear:

    240982
    100772
    80386-8
    80920-533

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    What are you going to be using the server for?
    about how many people will be using it at a time?

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    SQL Server and IIS.

    But I just wanna know if these parts is all compatible.

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    They should be all compatible, do u have the kingston part #? Also, do u intend to use teh optional intel scsi controller, or pickup a different one thats not 64 bit?

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    There are two model, one is Double-row (whats this?) and the other is not.

    KVR266X72RC25/512D


    Which SCSI Controller should I buy.

    I will buy today.

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    Adaptec 19160 Scsi controller should fit your needs.

    I believe the double row business refers to the height of the module.

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    I bought an Adaptec 29320-R, is it good ?

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    Yeah, Good card u bought, maybe more than u need right now, but offers a bit more in terms of upgradeability in the future being able to do raid 0 and 1. Depending on how important the data is on your webserver, u may contemplate using a secondary drive alos are miroring the two for a bit of redundancy.

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