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    Default HP NetServer LD Pro.

    I just had someone bring me a HP NetServer LD Pro.

    Huge beast, this one has 1 Pentium Pro 200MHz, 64Meg of ram, and 2 9GB SCA Scsi Drives.
    It has EISA and PCI slots.


    Does anyone remember these beasts, or have any interest in this one?


    Big for a computer, not quite large enough for a end table.

    Below is a pic I found of the same one on the web.


    image001.jpg


    Later,
    dabone

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    That's a very nice looking machine. I bet it ways a ton.

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    I've had one briefly. It's a nice EISA machine if you are running multiple CPU's but yeah they're just.....big.
    At the time I threw in the best video hardware I had in the thing and tried passing it off as a professional x86 deskside workstation. Ran CAD and 3DS fine but my SGI's were competing for the same floorspace.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dabone View Post
    I just had someone bring me a HP NetServer LD Pro.

    Huge beast, this one has 1 Pentium Pro 200MHz, 64Meg of ram, and 2 9GB SCA Scsi Drives.
    It has EISA and PCI slots.


    Does anyone remember these beasts, or have any interest in this one?


    Big for a computer, not quite large enough for a end table.

    Below is a pic I found of the same one on the web.


    image001.jpg


    Later,
    dabone
    My first job; we had them in school districts running Novell.

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    I have an HP Netserver (dual P2 I think) and like the construction of it. The one pictured looks like it takes up quite a bit of space. My unit sits in the furnace room collecting dust next to an equally large HP MO jukebox I don't have room to setup at the moment.
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