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Good reference on writing hardware specification?

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I'm looking for good references (links, books, etc) for learning to write computer hardware specifications.

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What is this in the context of?  If I knew I had x users who used a system that had to be up 24/7, that would drive the hardware requirements.  Writing hardware specifications is usually with the knowledge of what it will be used for, how reliable it has to be, the budget available, and perhaps the upgrade path in the future.
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Go to the iso.org site.  They have tens of thousands of detailed spec guides for anything you can possibly imagine, including computers.   They are the guys that create the standards for specifications of just about anything, so believe me, the specs will be complete, detailed, and ISO compliant :)


http://www.iso.org/iso/iso_catalogue.htm
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