Timothy Murphy wrote:
> I've been thinking of getting a server, partly to save power.
> I guess many of you are doing this.
> If so, could you tell us your setup?
>> Basically, I don't want a monitor,
> but want to support httpd, mysql, ssh, etc.
>> I was looking at power consumption by different elements -
> hard disc, CPU, fan -
> and it seemed to me that there wasn't that much room for saving.
> My current P3 450MHz with 2 300GB drives uses about 80 watts,
> according to the power meter I just bought at Aldi.
>If power consumption is your main concern, then a low consumption
mini-itx might be the solution:
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