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Old   January 27, 2000, 14:11
Default Need Info: Fluent on PC
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Kai Kang
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Hi All,

We are preparing to switch from SGI to PC platforms running NT, but not sure if should go with Pentium machine or Xeon/Athlon workstations, I know a lot of people are using PC/NT, any suggestion on this?

Is DELL a choice to go?

Thks
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Old   February 2, 2000, 23:57
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lixinfeng
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Hi,Don't worry about it,It's very easy. Dell is ok.But I think it's the best thing to use xeon. If you have question ,please give me a email to let me know.
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