[SunRescue] SS10 Memory - sale/trade
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Sat Apr 14 05:44:52 CDT 2001
On Friday 13 April 2001 22:33, you wrote:
> I second this recommendation. Reliable, fast, an absolute pleasure
The only downside of an I2 is that it's a bit on the noisy side
(although mine might be noisier than the earlier ones). The Indy *is* a
> to use. I'm a Sun guy dating back to the Sun2 (that's SUN-2, not
> SPARCstation-2) days, and after trying out an I2, I'll NEVER put a
> Sun on my desktop again.
I wouldn't go quite that far myself, but Sun does seem to have spent a
number of years producing machines that would be good desktop machines
if SGI wasn't around. Their fondness for 8-bit framebuffers is a bit ...
> The computer room is a whole different story...but never on my
As someone who does have SGI's in the computer room (sort of), I'd like
to point out that they do quite well there although the options are a
bit limited --- the Origin 200 for small workgroups, and the
Origin000 for big installations.
> On April 13, nick at snowman.net wrote:
> > I will once again recommend the I2. I have seen quite nice configs
> > from resellers as low as 350$. Replacement media sets eh? Would
> > you have any ideas as to how <grin>?
I'm afraid that I've never needed one (the Varsity programme delivers
large bundles of CD's to my desk from time to time).
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