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Tutorial of multi-processor systems?


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haha, are you shure or do you want a real server chip that is single core?

The opteron single core chips are for servers and you can get some of the opteron chips around $180. Maybe less.


You can get 1 opteron single core chip.

Edited by jrm20, 11 February 2006 - 10:15 PM.

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Nah, I'll be fine lol.
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Might be rambus in your p4 then.
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Great... I just finished building and guess what? I can't find a PSU cord.
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nevermind..

Edited by jrm20, 11 February 2006 - 10:31 PM.

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Great... I just finished building and guess what? I can't find a PSU cord.


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Christ that pisses me off. It is snowing so bad too I dont feel like walking to target.
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lol, ya your better off to stick with the pentium4.
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They are both P4 just one is better than the other lol.
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on the socket 939 the lowest priced opteron single core is $196. Then add a motherboard and memory. So you could get the cpu,1gb memory and motherboard around $350 without shipping.

On the socket 940 they have a opteron chip that is $160 but then you have to get an expensive motherboard lol...

I think your better off with what you got the colonel.
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Alright m8 :) :tazz:
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