Tranquil PC launch Intel Atom 330 based Windows Home Server and Windows Media Center

The Tranquil PC UK will shortly launch Windows Home Server and Windows Media Center based machines running new Intel Atom 330 processor! The 330 is a 1.6GHz dual core, dual wafer chip which, according to Tranquil,  displays as 4 x CPU history streams in Task Manager, and is 64-bit compatible, which really is a must-have for potential future versions […]

The Tranquil PC UK will shortly launch Windows Home Server and Windows Media Center based machines running new Intel Atom 330 processor! The 330 is a 1.6GHz dual core, dual wafer chip which, according to Tranquil,  displays as 4 x CPU history streams in Task Manager, and is 64-bit compatible, which really is a must-have for potential future versions of Windows Home Server. The 330 will come soldered onto Intel’s new D945GCLF2 mobo, a mini-ITX board based on the 945GC chipset and GMA 950 integrated graphics.

The new Windows Home Server specification is served up in a special blue edition of Tranquil’s T7 chassis, called the T7-HSG which comes complete with the new processor and an upgrade to Gigbit LAN. The standard black chassis is also available as an option. Base price is £299 +VAT, with upgrade options available across RAM and Storage.

A new, special edition Media Center is also due to be released, featuring the Atom 330 Processor, dual DVB-T tuners and up to 2TB storage - further details on this system are currently unavailable.

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Source:→ WGS