[THIN] Re: New Dell 1650 questions?

  • From: "Greg Reese" <GReese@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 23 Oct 2002 12:26:34 -0400

for the extra $403 you are getting a lot more for your money with the =
2650.  that server will last you a while, lots of room for growth.

Greg

-----Original Message-----
From: Mark Guzzo [mailto:marguz@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Wednesday, October 23, 2002 12:22 PM
To: thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [THIN] Re: New Dell 1650 questions?



Well, this is what I'm putting together
PowerEdge 1650 1U:
        2 X PIII, 1.4GHz w/512K Cache
        2GB SDRAM, 133MHz, 2X1GB DIMMS
        3 Bay (1x3) Hot Plug SCSI Hard Drive Backplane
        2 X 18GB, 10K RPM Ultra 160 SCSI HDrives
        On-Board RAID 1,2 drives connected to on-board RAID
        Dual On-Board NICs
        Embedded Remote Assistant Option (ERA/O), daughterboard
        Floppy, 24X IDE CDRom =20
        PRICE =3D 5,948.80
        PRICE =3D 5,589.70 (without the Embedded Remote Option)

PowerEdge 2650 2U:
        2 X Xeon, 2.0GHz w/512K Cache
        2.0GB DDR, 2X1GB DIMMS
        5 Bay (1x5) Hot Plug SCSI Hard Drive Backplane
        2 X 18GB, 10K RPM, 1" Ultra 160 SCSI HDrives
        PERC3-DI, 128MB Battery Back Cache, 2 Internal CH-Embeddded RAID
        On-Board RAID 1,2 drives connected to on-board RAID
        Dual On-Board NICs
        Floppy, 24X IDE CDRom
        PRICE =3D 5,992
        =20
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On Wed, 23 Oct 2002 09:21:42 -0600
"Selinger, Stephen" <SSelinger@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Hello,
>=20
> What about the Dell 2650's?  Yes they are 2U but they support 2 2.4 =
Xeon
> processors and up to 6 Gig of 200Mhz DDR SDRAM and a Embedded remote =
access
> port. (great for when you need to reboot a dead server remotely).  I =
belive
> a simular 1650 is only about $800.00 CDN less. I know I am debating =
which
> server to purchase. Thoughts?  =20
>=20
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Ron Oglesby [mailto:roglesby@xxxxxxxxxxxx]=20
> Sent: October 23, 2002 8:41 AM
> To: thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: [THIN] Re: New Dell 1650 questions?
>=20
>=20
>=20
> Here ya go:
>=20
> PowerEdge 1650
> PowerEdge 1650,Intel Pentium III,1.4GHz w/512K Cache
> =3D20
>  Qty: 1  =3D20
>   SALE PRICE=3D20
> Price: $3,839.00=3D20
>  [save $200.00]=3D20
> =3D20
>   =3D20
>     Date: Wednesday, October 23, 2002 9:42:20 AM CDT =3D20
>     Catalog Number: 04 04 =3D20
> PowerEdge 1650:   PowerEdge 1650,Intel Pentium III,1.4GHz w/512K Cache
>=20
> Additional Processors:   Dual Processor Intel Pentium III,1.4GHz =
w/512K=3D20
> Memory:   1GB SDRAM,133MHz,2X512MB DIMMs   1GB2D  =3D20
> Keyboard:   No Keyboard Option   N   [310-3281]  =3D20
> Monitor:   No Monitor Option   N   [320-0058]  =3D20
> Power Source:   AC Power Option for Dell PowerEdge 1650   ACPWR
> [310-1357]  =3D20
> PCI Riser:   PCI Riser,2x64bit/66MHz slots   64BPCI   [430-0288]  =
=3D20
> Second Hard Drive:   18GB 15K RPM Ultra 160 SCSI Hard Drive  =3D20
> First Hard Drive:   18GB 15K RPM Ultra 160 SCSI Hard Drive   =
Primary=3D20
> Controller:   PERC3-DI,128MB Battery Backed Cache,1 Int,1 Ext =
Channels-
> Embedded RAID   ROMB128   [340-3605]  =3D20
> Diskette Drive:   1.44MB Diskette Drive   FD   [340-3612]  =3D20
> First Network Adapter:   Dual On-Board NICs   OBNICS   [430-8991]  =
=3D20
> CD ROM or DVD ROM:   24X IDE Internal CD ROM Drive   CD24X   =
[313-0317]
>=20
> Bezel:   Active Bezel Option for Dell PowerEdge 1650   BEZEL
> [313-0868]  =3D20
> Hard Drive Backplane:   3 Bay (1x3) Hot Plug SCSI Hard Drive Backplane
>=20
> Documentation:   Users Manual,Installation and Trouble Shooting Guide =
on
> CD  =3D20
> Hard Drive Configuration:   On-Board RAID1,2 drives connected to
> on-board RAID   MR1   [340-3607]  =3D20
> =3D20
> =3D20
> =3D20
>    Dell PCs use genuine Microsoft(r) Windows(r) =3D20
>     www.microsoft.com/piracy/howtotell=3D20
> =3D20
>  =3D20
>=20
>=20
>=20
> Ron Oglesby
> Senior Technical Architect
> =3D20
> RapidApp
> Office 312.372.7188
> Mobile 312.961.2380
> email roglesby@xxxxxxxxxxxx
> =3D20
>=20
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Ron Oglesby=3D20
> Sent: Wednesday, October 23, 2002 9:34 AM
> To: thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: [THIN] Re: New Dell 1650 questions?
>=20
>=20
> Well,
>=20
> Since you currently have some MF boxes running these apps I would look =
at
> them to see how they are doing on Proc and memory. Gives you a good =
starting
> point.=3D3D20
>=20
> I like duals for everything, unless I have tons (in the thousands of
> users) then MAYBE quads or Blades (more for cable and OS mgmt than =
anything
> else)
>=20
> With a Dual I go 2 Gig of RAM. If you want to start with a GIG that is =
fine
> but configure your memory so you still have slots available. So if you =
have
> 4 slots and get a gig don't buy 4 256 modules. Then you have to =
replace them
> all. Get 2 512's
>=20
> For drives. Go with 18 gig scsi's, you can go bigger if there isn't =
much of
> a price different.
>=20
> Tear it up bro.
>=20
> Ron Oglesby
> Senior Technical Architect
> =3D3D20
> RapidApp
> Office 312.372.7188
> Mobile 312.961.2380
> email roglesby@xxxxxxxxxxxx
> =3D3D20
>=20
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Mark Guzzo [mailto:marguz@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]=3D3D20
> Sent: Wednesday, October 23, 2002 9:38 AM
> To: thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: [THIN] New Dell 1650 questions?
>=20
>=20
> Hello
>=20
> I just had a nice talk with the director of IT here. I mentioned =
(thanks
> Ron) to him the Dell 1650 series server, he jumped on it :-) Now he =
wants me
> to spec it out and recommend how many servers to buy at first. So my
> question(s) is this...
>=20
> Recommend amount of memory? 1G or more?
> Processor type? Looks like I can get PIII 1.8MHz (TWO per box)
>=20
>=20
> I will be running OfficeXP, Meditech, Acrobat Reader. Looking a =
getting 5
> Dell 1650's for now.
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>=20
> ^^^ got Linux ^^^
> Mark Guzzo
> Sair LCA, LCP
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^^^ got Linux ^^^
Mark Guzzo
Sair LCA, LCP

Citrix Administrator

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