The BP6 has served me well... but about the future...

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Derek
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Post by Derek » Fri Nov 08, 2002 9:14 am

I really don’t know about the P4 Xeon. I’ve heard a mixed bag of comments (good and bad). Back in the day, there was a large difference between the P2, and the P2 Xeon, but today the difference is marginal. At this point (If I were you), I would look into dual AMD processors (please don’t hurt me for saying that). It just is the better bargain right now; unless of course you can get the Xeons for a really good price! There are lots of options to think about.

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Post by Blueneko » Fri Nov 08, 2002 12:26 pm

so yoru saying yoru gtoing to get *****rid***** of your fellow bp6?
Ill give it a nice home that involves cool temperatures and a nice environment for computers (not a scrapyard as most computer ITs' have under thier bed)
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Post by Blueneko » Fri Nov 08, 2002 1:26 pm

doh sorry for the typos

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