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Apple Xserve Dual Core Intel Xeon 2GHz 650W Rack server

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Xserve Dual Core Intel Xeon
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Included since: 19 Jan 2007
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Long product name Apple Xserve Dual Core Intel Xeon 2GHz 650W Rack server :
The short editorial description of Apple Xserve Dual Core Intel Xeon 2GHz 650W Rack server

64-bits Quad Xeon Server
Short summary description Apple Xserve Dual Core Intel Xeon 2GHz 650W Rack server:
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Apple Xserve Xserve Dual Core Intel Xeon, 2 GHz, 1 GB, DDR2-SDRAM, DVD-ROM, 650 W, Rack
Long summary description Apple Xserve Dual Core Intel Xeon 2GHz 650W Rack server :

Apple Xserve Xserve Dual Core Intel Xeon. Processor family: Intel® Xeon®, Processor frequency: 2 GHz. Internal memory: 1 GB, Internal memory type: DDR2-SDRAM. Hard drive interface: Serial ATA. Optical drive type: DVD-ROM. Power supply: 650 W. Chassis type: Rack

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Testseek has collected 4 expert reviews for Apple Xserve Dual Core Intel Xeon and the average expert rating is 73 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
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The eight-core Harpertown Xserve breaks the PC server mold with big iron-class reliability, availability, and serviceability features, but with neither the big iron price tag nor management complexity. A new hardware RAID option protects data on Xserve SA...
Apple shipped not one but two Apple Xserves for inclusion in this roundup—one with dual-core CPUs, another with quads. After my testing, I can say that under the Leopard Server OS, the boxes make viable general-purpose SMB file servers, especially w...
Good Easy-install option for non-IT professionals. Good out-of-band and remote management. Leopard Server OS rivals Microsoft Small Business Server 2003 for all-around functionality.
Bad Available only in a 1U with just three drive bays. Expensive for its configuration. Windows networking still unreliable. Apple is heavily pushing costly Fibre Channel external storage.
Bottom line This 1U box is a bit on the pricey side and still doesnt behave all that smoothly with Windows clients. But, once configured, the Xserve has a lot to offer an SMB, whether it has a Unix heavyweight or a tech generalist on staff...
Originally announced in August, Apple’s fifth-generation Xserve began shipping to customers in November. Now powered by Intel processors and bursting with contemporary technologies, Apple’s server straddles the disparate requirements of a data-center-f...
Good High-powered upgrade; easy to install and use; convenient lights-out management for remote users.
Bad No hardware RAID; VGA adapter didn’t have a snug fit; video and USB ports are only on the back of the unit; new asset management tag accessible only from the back; must be removed from the rack before you can access its internals; lights-out managem...
Bottom line Apples Xserve is the very model of a modern Intel-based 1U server, with a few caveats. Configuration of the LOM needs to be refined, and the lack of a hardware RAID is a glaring omission. Most annoyances of past Xserves have been rectified, and the wh...
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