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Tanti
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I need a build for a Linux Home Server. I want to keep it around $300-400, preferably $300 area since I just built a gaming PC. This is what I came up with? Any changes? Is this overkill?

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CPU: [ Register or Signin to view external links. ] ($110.88 @ OutletPC)
Motherboard: [ Register or Signin to view external links. ] ($53.88 @ OutletPC)
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Total: $343.95
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-Deano
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Seems okay to me. Obviously it's only for a home server so you don't need to spend much more than that.
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Do you think I could swap the i3 for the Celeron or Pentium?
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Could do but the i3 will have better performance. It depends what you are using the server for.
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