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by Graham Williams
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Nyx Specifications

From the dmidecode, lspci and lshw commands and /proc/cpuinfo:

Machine: Dell Precision T3500 (dmidecode)
CPU: Intel Quad Core Xeon CPU W3520 @ 2.67GHz (cpuinfo)
Bogomips: 5333 [140112] (cpuinfo)
Memory: 6GB DIMM DDR3 3x2GB using 3 of 6 slots 3x1066MHz (lshw)
  6GB DIMM DDR3 3x2GB using 3 of 6 slots 3x1333MHz (lshw)
Network: Broadcom NetXtreme BCM5761 Gigabit Ethernet eth0 tg3 (lshw)
Disk: 1TB 931GiB Samsung HD103UJ /dev/sda (lshw)
  1TB 931GiB Samsung HD103UJ /dev/sdb (lshw)
  1500GB 1397GiB Seagate ST31500341AS SATA external /dev/sdc (lshw)
  2TB 1862GiB WD My Book 1140 SCSI USB /dev/sdd (lshw)
DVD: Optiarc DVD+/-RW AD-7203S (lshw)
Video: Nvidia G98 [Quadro NVS 295] (nouvea)
Audio: Intell HD Audio Controller snd_hda_intel (lshw)
Boot: Grub
Kernel: 2.6.28-15-generic
  3.11.0-12-generic [140112]

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