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Created On: 02/02/2004 08:03 PM
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 02/02/2004 08:03 PM
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Stealthy C
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I am looking for a cheap server platform to have multiple dedicated server games to run on.....UT03, BF1942, CoD....stuff like that.

Will I need a MP for this to run all the games at one time flawlessly?

I guess I will need at least 1G of RAM also. Onboard video/sound would be fine

What would be the cheapest way to do this....or is there another way to do this cheaper?

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 02/05/2004 11:35 PM
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Dan.M
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You should consider running Dual Opterons instead

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 02/06/2004 10:43 PM
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I think if you went with say, Dual 2400+ MPs you should be alright. But ofcourse you would be better off with an Opteron system. But then again it would cost you more money.

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