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The Ars Technica System Guide, Winter 2019: The one about the servers

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Mar 14, 2019 7:45 AM 1+ mon ago

The Ars Technica System Guide, Winter 2019: The one about the servers

In the last Ars System Guide roughly one year ago, we took a slight detour from our long-running series. Rather than recommending the latest components focused on a particular niche like gaming or home entertainment PCs, we broadened our scope and focused on ideology rather than instruction and outlined what to look for when building a great desktop PC.

This time around, we're playing the hits again. The Winter 2019 Ars System Guide has returned to its roots: showing readers three real-world system builds we like at this precise moment in time. Instead of general performance desktops, this time around we're going to focus specifically on building some servers.

Naturally, this raises a particular question: "What's a server for, then?" Let's broach a bit of theory before leaving plenty of room for the actual builds.

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