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e326 at a glance  
Form Factor Rack/1U
Processor Processor AMD Opteron processor 246, 248 and 250
Number of processors (std/max) Number of processors (std/max) 1/2
Cache (max) Cache (max) 1MB
Memory1 (std/max) Memory1 (std/max) 2 x 512MB/16GB PC3200 ECC DDR SDRAM Chipkill
Expansion Slots Expansion Slots 2 (64-bit/133MHz/100MHz)
Disk bays (total/hot-swap) Disk bays (total/hot-swap) 2/2
Maximum internal storage1, 2 Maximum internal storage1, 2 293.6GB Ultra320 SCSI/320GB SATA
Network Network Dual integrated 10/100/1000 Ethernet
Power supply (std/max) Power supply (std/max) 411W 1/1
Hot-swap components Hot-swap components Hard disk drives
RAID support RAID support Integrated RAID-1 standard (SCSI model only)
Systems management Systems management Integrated System Management Processor, Cluster Systems
Operating systems supported Management, IBM Director
  Microsoft Windows Server 2003, Red Hat Linux or Suse Linux

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"At less than $6,000 per dual-processor server, the 325 offers an inexpensive migration path to high-performance, 64-bit data-center computing. With the street price of a 1-GHz Itanium 2 processor at around $7,500 and the price of a 2-GHz Opteron 246 processor at $800, it's hard not to see value in the 325's Opteron platform." - Steven Hill  - Network Computing 11/25/03
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