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Testing a Windows Home Server configuration

By Mauricio Freitas, in , posted: 18-Sep-2007 11:20

Yesterday afternoon we had a nice surprise here: a box arrived from PC Gear with a Windows Home Server build, ready to review.

If I don't hear from anyone else I'd say this is the first New Zealand company building dedicated Windows Home Server machines.

It's a nice box, with an ASUS P5S-MX SE motherboard, running an Intel Pentium Dual Core Processor. I don't know the exact memory and disc configuration yet, because I am right now packing and leaving to the airport - I will be back in a couple of days and then put this machine through testing.

I have now a copy of PerformanceTest 6.1 that I am using to test a Lexar SSD Express Card and will use to test this Windows Home Server too. Stay tuned!



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