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Re: Upgrading CPU & Cache on Miata

Subject: Re: Upgrading CPU & Cache on Miata
From: Peter Petrakis (ppetrakis@firestorm.tzo.org)
Date: Sat Mar 4 10:31:24 2000


I just picked up a Alpha Server 3300R (Yes it's a rackmount) from ebaywith
a 400Mhz processor , 2MB L3 Cache, 64MB, no drives but it's capible of 4
bay hot swap not to mention the integrated SCSI, VGA , and a PCI NIC. For
$500. There's a AS 5300 on there right now for about $700, thats a steal.

Peter

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On Fri, 3 Mar 2000, Frasnelli, Dan wrote:

> > Dunno if 600 MHz is different again, though. BTW, is there any source of > > cheap 600 MHz 21164A chips these days? > > Possibly e-Bay? No, really. I see DPW 500a's sell for $500-$600 for > the complete system on a regular basis. If you watch closely > enough, you might be able to grab a 600a for under $1k. > > If you want to go through DEC, the part number is SN-PBXBA-JA. Not sure > they even stock the relevant parts today. > > -- > Dan Frasnelli > Security analyst > > -- > To unsubscribe: send e-mail to axp-list-request@redhat.com with > 'unsubscribe' as the subject. Do not send it to axp-list@redhat.com >

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