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Windows 2003/2008 Server Drivers for Dell Precision 650/670

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by HyperEscape, Jul 12, 2010.

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  1. HyperEscape

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    Hi All,

    I am planning to buy Dell Precision 650/670 with approximately the following configuration:

    DELL PRECISON 650
    Intel Processor XEON 2.8GHZx2 (Dual)
    Intel Motherboard 7505 CHIPSET
    2 GB ECC DDR1 RAM
    Supported Interfaces : IDE/SATA/SCSI
    Harddisk: Optional
    Optical : Optional
    AGP Graphic Card
    300 Watt POWER SUPPLY

    I plan to run a server application on these machines, on either Windows 2003 or 2008 Enterprise Server.

    I have searched the dell.com website and cannot find any drivers for these models for Windows 2003/2008 operating system.

    So I just want to know that are there any working drivers (for all the system components) available for these models for Windows 2003/2008 operating system.

    Has anyone been using these systems in a similar setup/environment.

    Please share the drivers/links any other performance considerations necessary.

    Thanks for your help and guidance.
     
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