acme.com's hardware

ACME is currently running on a nifty 8-core Atom C2750 machine that I built myself. The C2750 was introduced in late 2013 and got a lot of attention from folks like me. It's very low-power, to the point where it doesn't even need a CPU fan so it's nice and quiet. But the eight 64-bit 2.4 GHz cores still give it a lot of oomph.

Here are the build specs:

The evolution of ACME's hardware:

name when type CPU memory disk OS cost
hydra 06Feb2015 - ? home built 8-core 2.4 GHz Atom C2750 16 GB 5.1 TB FreeBSD 10.1 $1370
safe 01May2004 - 06Feb2015 3.2 GHz Pentium IV 2 GB 200 GB FreeBSD 4.9 $1689
pill 17Mar2004 - 01May2004 Packard-Bell 450 MHz Pentium II 160 MB 60 GB FreeBSD 4.5 $?
bomb 25Nov1999 - 17Mar2004 450 MHz K6-2 64 MB 8 GB FreeBSD 3.3 $665
best 03Nov1995 - 25Nov1999 shared server 200 MHz Pentium Pro ? 70 MB FreeBSD 2.2.8 $50/month
anvil 17Apr1991 - 03Nov1995 Sun 3/50 16 MHz MC68020 4 MB 1 GB SunOS 4.1 $1950


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