PSSC Labs' PowerServe A2400 (2 x AMD Quad Core CPUs) Reviewed by Techware Labs
Posted by Alex Lesser, Monday September 10 2007 @ 11:17AM EDT
PSSC Labs' PowerServe A2400 is the first server based on AMD's Quad
Core processors to be reviewed by Techware Labs. Integrated with two
AMD Quad Core series processors, the PowerServe A2400 offers the
highest performance available in 1U of space. According to Techoware
Labs, "The (PSSC Labs) system arrived packed perfectly, fully
operational, and flawlessly put together." For complete Techware Labs
review including benchmarks please visit:
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