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What would be the best computer server in the market?

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What would be the best computer server with the following features:
1U Rack servers
Management console Autoban
More CPU
More Power
More Memory
and More PCI Slots.

The case here is to have in the smallest area the best server.
Good suggestions please.
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This kind of question should always be qualified with cost and intended use, because it doesn't have meaning without those specifications.  For ideas, look at what the benchmarker uses in his system:
http://www4.tomshardware.com/howto/20040319/server-10.html
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Like Callandor said, it all depends on your budget and intended use. Here is a good one I found, but it may not have enough PCI slots for your needs (unless you can get around it). Let me know if it's what you're looking for. http://www.avantek.co.uk/acl/mobo/1U_server_old.htm
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