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Subject: Re: WMCCC Hardware (cost cap)

Author: Bruce Moreland

Date: 12:47:24 10/19/97

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On October 19, 1997 at 13:53:09, Dan Oetting wrote:

>The easy way to establish the cost basis of a system is to use the
>OEM price for the cpu, memory and external storage. The ideal
>price cap should allow the use of the newest fastest processors
>but would not leave much in the budget for memory or a disk to
>store those 5-man endings. The programmers would be forced to
>balance the resources to find the best match for their program.

So you would *only* take into account processor, memory, and disk?

Why would you try restrict memory and disk?


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