It's an old HP g3001 a mate gave me, upgraded the ram, installed windows server 2003, and boom, had a Minecraft server.
OS: Windows server 2003
CPU: Pentium D @ 3.00ghz (forgot the model number)
Memory: 2 sticks of the 1gb kingston cheap ddr2 667Mhz stuff.
OS HDD: A 120gb 7200rpm Sata seagate drive, not sure of model number.
Server Manufacturer: HP technically I suppose.
What you use it for: Currently it's sat under the bed doing nothing, but until a couple of months ago I had it running a 24/7 12 slot Minecraft server. It would have been able to handle around 20 from what I've seen, but my Internet speed was the limiting factor. I had it set a few players lower than my internet could actually handle, just to leave some breathing room. It was also running an apache server hosting a single page which redirected the user to my website freely hosted by some web server renting company (to save bandwidth for the minecraft server), I forgot their name though.
Sorry for the lack of pics, haven't got any and figured it would be a waste of time to get it out and dust it off considering it isn't anything special or even an actual server case. Not even sure why I bothered to post this, lol!
Also, first post! Yay!Edited by Gangsta Hotdog - 7/14/12 at 8:55pm