[rescue] UE1 memory prices?
Curtis H. Wilbar Jr.
rescue at hawkmountain.net
Wed May 14 18:04:09 CDT 2003
If your going to do anything graphicsally on a U1, then the UPA slot
adds a lot (feature wise).
The cost diff between a U1 and UE1 is so small, I'd always opt for
getting the UPA slot and 100MBit...
Oh... I think the SCSI busses are different... I think the non E
only has 8 bit narrow scsi while the E has 16 bit wide scsi.... I'd
have to double check this, but if my memory is correct... that is the
case... if this is wrong, I'm sure someone here will correct me.
>Date: Wed, 14 May 2003 11:05:52 -0500
>From: "Joshua D. Boyd" <jdboyd at celestrion.net>
>To: The Rescue List <rescue at sunhelp.org>
>Subject: Re: [rescue] UE1 memory prices?
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>On Tue, May 13, 2003 at 08:04:48PM -0400, Tim H. wrote:
>> I have an Ultra Enterprise 1 with 64M in it, what is a reasonable number
>> for a machine to learn Solaris 9 on (I know it officially wants 96M),
>> and what kind of prices are appropriate these days?
>It's reasonble, but just spend a little money and upgrade the ram.
>Going to 256 might not cost more than $20. I recently spent $60 on a
>non-E U1 at 170mhz. I don't really know how much value the UPA slot
>adds. For server use, a fast ethernet card is only $30ish, so I'd say
>don't spend more than $90 for a E U1.
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