Good morning folks, welcome back. Today has started out busier than the average Tuesday. We've got a good amount of news to get posted here, so I'm not going to ramble on much longer. Plus, I've got to layout some pages for an upcoming article I'm SURE you'll all be interested in. God, I love higher clock speeds...
Supermicro Launches Pentium 4 EM64T Single-Processor Server Solutions
New P8SC8/i and P8SCT Motherboards Feature EM64T, PCI-Express, and DDR2 Memory for Entry-Level Servers
Supermicro Computer, Inc., a manufacturer of high-quality motherboard and server solutions has released its latest single-processor serverboards, the SUPER P8SC8/i and SUPER P8SCT, based on the Intel E7221 (Copper River) chipset. Combining EM64T, PCI-Express, and DDR2 memory performance with impeccable quality in the most cost-effective package available today, these new P4 solutions are optimized for entry-level server platforms.
These boards are designed based on the latest Intel Pentium 4 processor family with Hyper Threading Technology and EM64T, which is built on the most advanced 90-nano manufacturing technology. Running at speeds up to 3.6GHz with an 800MHz front-side bus, these processors feature the LGA775 interface that provides headroom for future technologies and improves electrical characteristics of the connection to the motherboard with a pin-less CPU design. Read More...
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Well, that's just about going to do it for now brothers and sisters. We'll see you back here a little later. Be Good...