[MLB-WIRELESS] Server Q: Intel Atom 330's (Dual Core)

emdeex emdeex at gmail.com
Sat Sep 5 09:14:10 EST 2009

As far as CPU cycles, it would generally be fine for most home usage.
Its got 1600Mhz, dual core.  I run a 500Mhz single core server with
512mb ram for email/web/development, and you'd never notice any
problems.  It runs linux with CLI only.

If you need to run MS windows terminal server, exchange server, citrix
servers, I'd reconsider.


On Fri, Sep 4, 2009 at 5:03 PM, Victor<dawormie at gmail.com> wrote:
> Anyone know much about these?
> I am looking at setting up a home-server at parents place for remote access
> by myself and then getting that linked with my place via the MW Wireless
> network over here.
> Just wondering if anyone has personal or more indepth knowledge of the Intel
> Atom 330's as a server.
> I found some information and reviews on it. General consensus is "so long as
> it isn't user-intensive requirements, you'll be right".
> But on that note a server with
> Intel Atom 330 1.6GHZ Dual Core
> 2GB Ram
> 160GB HDD
> What kind of webhosting experience would that provide? (looking at
> hivelocity dedicated server).
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