GT Performance 2U Server 222

by Jerry Townson 27. January 2016 21:27

General Technics is your partner in Custom Enclosures and rackmount servers.  We provide rackmount accessories along with industrial technology and everything else you need to get the most out of your computing business.  Explore our products and see for yourself the wide variety and quality that General Technics provides.  General Technics delivers superior quality solutions through our commitment to quality manufacturing and excellent customer support. Our versatile sales team is available Monday to Friday 9:00am – 5:30pm EST to customize the perfect system for your business needs.   

 

General Technics is a manufacturer with over three decades of proven success. General Technics has built a reputation for delivering affordable quality solutions.  Our proven track record is reflected in our impressive customer list including government agencies, educational institutions, as well as small and midsize enterprises. 

 

General Technics (GTweb.netis a recognized leader that manufacturers high performance Rackmount PC products and Rack Servers for the enterprise and industrial/commercial applications. General Technics rack computer servers are built and designed to meet your exact needs. General Technics offer an extensive range of rack computer products and sizes. General Technics space saving rack servers are built utilizing high performance ATX (Advanced Technology extended) motherboards or passive backplane and single board computer configurations with expansion slot counts available from 1 slot up to 20 PCI, PCIe and ISA open slots.

 

Take a look at our featured product of the month.  General Technics is highlighting a more advanced system GT Performance 2U Server 222.  We have a Dual Socket 2U Intel® Server with 8hotswap bays.  Our Intel® R2208GZ4GC Server Platform with a S2600GZ board and quad gigabit Lan, 2 Xeon™ E5-2609 CPUs, 16GB ECC RAM, 120GB SSD, and Windows Server 2012 R2.

 

Small Form Factor Case

by Jerry Townson 7. October 2013 20:15

For those who want computing power that occupies less space on a desk or shelf, the small form factor case is ideal. Small form factor computers give you plenty of storage and processing speed for your important tasks, but they don’t waste space with add-ons and components that you may never use. They are lightweight and often sleek and modern in design. Depending on your unique computing needs, a small form case may be your best choice.

Small form factor machines weren’t very popular among the public until 2005, when Apple introduced its Mac Mini; since then, many PC manufacturers have introduced small form factor systems that vary in size (micro, mini, nano and even pico) and shape (shoebox, cubic, and mini-tower “bookshelf”). Despite the variation in how the category is defined, small form factor computers share certain characteristics, such as relatively low prices, efficient power usage and, of course, a size that is far smaller than a standard desktop PC case.

Small form factor PCs are great for use at LAN parties and for home theater setups since they are portable and unobtrusive; some of these machines even come with built-in handles for added carrying convenience. This type of computer is also perfect if you need powerful computing for your rackmount system but space is at a premium. Small form factor case options for rackmount setups include more than enough processing power and all the necessary drives and outputs you may require, yet they can be just 13 inches deep, ensuring as little space as possible is wasted.

Note: When selecting a small form case, it’s also important to consider the right power supply for your situation. Some power supplies are designed to run quite efficiently and take up very little room, so if your rackmount computing setup is tight, you should look into a power supply that’s up to the task. 

Contact us today with any questions regarding small form factor cases.