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Intel's latest server mobo, the snappily-named SBT2, announced at the end of last month, is now shipping. The board supports two 133MHz FSB Xeons at up to 1GHz apiece.

The mobo can use up to 4Gb of PC133 ECC SDRAM in four sockets, has seven PCI slots on two independent buses (including two 64bit/66MHz and one 64bit/33MHz), plus two independent integrated 66MHz SCSI channels supporting Ultra160 LVD and Ultra Wide SE in addition to two IDE channels.

The board also comes with on board 4Mb ATI Rage IIC graphics and Ethernet, along with server management and uses the Serverworks Serverset III LE chipset.

The mobo will set you back $575. ®

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