Much better!

A fully loaded 820 with no external expansion would cost you about $2.00 a
day to run (using $0.10/KWH.) This assumes three power supplies, full
memory slots, four processors, all card slots full (including an IXS card)
and all disk slots populated with 10K RPM disks. Since it's unlikely that
it's that fully populated you'll likely see more like $1 to $1.50.

And expect between 1,500 BTU and 2,500 BTU depending on how full it is.

- Larry

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Pat Barber <mboceanside@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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07/09/2008 10:02 AM
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Re: Model 320 questions

Not that old..,%20RPQ)

and it supports current releases.

Peter Dow (ML) wrote:

Ok, sorry for the misinformation.

Model number . . . . . : 820
Processor feature . . : 24AC

Auxiliary storage:
System ASP . . . . . . : 527.4 G
% system ASP used . . : 85.8130
Total . . . . . . . . : 527.4 G

That also explains why I couldn't find model 320 in the info center --
too old.

So what's the story on the 820?

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