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  Asus P4T533, RIMM4200 and more 
  Jul 15, 2002, 08:30am EDT 
By: Sander Sassen

Good morning. Hope everybody had a good weekend. Let me start off with letting you know that in the next few weeks you'll see some changes here as we're gradually migrating to a new server and a new layout also. Part of Hardware Analysis is already running on the new server that has undergone stresstesting for the past month or so. Besides the new layout we'll introduce some new features and work on further improving the existing ones.

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Fig 1. The new server, featuring a Tyan motherboard and dual Pentium III Tualatins at 1.26GHz.

The new server we'll be migrating to is again a co-located rackserver and we'll be upgrading from a 800Mhz Pentium III running RedHat 7.0 to a dual 1.26Ghz Pentium III again running the Red Hat Linux OS. In the process we'll ad nearly 240Gb of storage capacity in RAID0+1 and a Gb of memory. In case you're wondering what brand of rackserver this is we're happy to tell you we've again built this one ourselves as to make sure it exactly fits our needs.

But let me tell you a litte bit about what you can expect from us in terms of articles in the next few weeks. As you can see we have a review of Iwill's P4R533-N motherboard up today, which has PC1066 RDRAM support. We'll again be evaluating PC1066 soon, but this time in the new 32-bit RIMM4200 formfactor utilizing Asus' P4T533 motherboard. And naturally we'll tell you all about our server upgrade and the decisions we made for the hardware and software we used in a full length article. For this week we'll also have a quick look at Intel's new Celeron based on the Pentium 4 architecture in combination with the 845G chipset. So do check back later this week, or sign up to be automatically notified when new articles get posted.

Sander Sassen


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