Winters' a coming, time to get the heaters out. Alphaserver ES40 from
Chatham, Ontario, Canada, latest rescue
and an Alphaserver AS4100, rescued from Detroit MI
Date: November 02 2008
Added by: ddsnyder
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ve6bsvon April 14 2009 07:33
My gosh there are a lot of AS4100s on this list. Considering their size, noise level, and power requirements I have to wonder why some many choose to keep one running. Incluiding me with the one on my left at this moment.
ddsnyderon July 29 2009 14:06
Just could not see these machines get recycled. I only run these machines full time during the winter as I can justify the energy and heat generated. Normally I use a Integrity RX2600 or a DS20.
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