[RndTbl] Re: Roundtable digest, Vol 1 #310 - 3 msgs
shawn at synack-hosting.com
Sat Jul 10 23:35:34 CDT 2004
I try to stick with Intel brand motherboards, specifically because they
overnight replacements if something goes wrong, so that is very very
handy when you are dealing with production servers (where 70 people are
relying on that machine to be up and running).
But, as someone else pointed out Supermicro is pretty good too, I have
used both their cases and their motherboards and they were fantastic.
Tyan is nice and stable as well, but they are _REALLY_REALLY_ bad for
warranty work (2-4 months in some cases) for replacements, so
definitely not something you want to go with unless you plan on having
a spare kicking around.
On 10-Jul-04, at 6:37 PM, Brock Wolfe wrote:
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> Thanks to all for the rackmount server comments. For the Chenbro
> rackmount servers, what motherboards were used?
> Brock Wolfe
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