From: John Boffemmyer IV <john_boffemmyer_iv_at_boff-net.dhs.org>
Date: Tue Oct 30 22:29:06 2001

YES! I own an annoying Compaq Proliant 2000 server, pure EISA with a P90
and a backplane for all the other baords (CPU, RAM expansion, etc.) It has
a nice 2 channel Fast-20 Narrow SCSI controller and a nifty Ethernet card
that has all the connectors (AUI, TP and 9pin D-sub) so, with a
daughtercard, it turns into 16/4 TokenRing.

At 10:39 PM 10/26/01, you wrote:
>Compaq made plenty of EISA based Pentium servers.
>Chad Fernandez
>Michigan, USA
>Richard Erlacher wrote:
> > EISA
> > was, by the time the Pentiums came out, pretty much a dead duck.

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