dapper with NVIDIA nForce 590 SLI MCP (Asus M2N32 WS Professional)
r_2 at gmx.de
Sun Sep 3 17:28:19 UTC 2006
I am currently must upgrade my soho server system. I want to switch to a
The system would look like:
- ASUS M2N32 WS Professional NVIDIA nForce 590 SLI MCP
North bridge NVIDIA C51XE
South bridge NVIDIA MCP55PXE
with NEC uPD720404 PCI-X for the old PCI-X cards
- 2x1024MB Kingston ValueRAM DDR2 533MHz PC2-4300 CL4 ECC
- AMD Athlon64 X2 3800+ EE 2000MHz 2x512kB 65W Box AM2 F2-Stepping
- ATX be quiet!Titan BQT P6-pro-430 S2.2 (ATX & EATX)
My question now has anyone experiences with the nforce 590 SLI MCP under
Further on, has anyone experiences with the PCI-X, south and northbridge
Is there any performance gain if I use 667/800 DDR2 ECC RAM?
My server serves 3 OSes under it via VMware. ubuntu, as the host. 1x
WinXP as guest for special windows server programs, and one additional
"experimenting" linux. Usually ubuntu.
I hope someone here can help me, because I have to switch urgently, due
to the current system is now very unstable.
Therefore the ECC RAM.
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