Hewlett-Packard rounded out the G6 generation of its ProLiant x64 servers Monday with the introduction of two machines based on the new quad-core Xeon 3400 processors, which are basically glorified Core i7 desktop chips tweaked for single-socket servers. With the Nehalem EP Xeon launch at the end of March, Intel rolled out the …
Rule #1 when buying HP hardware:
Rule #1: Never buy something from the 1xx series. Go for the 3xx.
Even Matt Bryant wouldn´t find something good about the 1xx.
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