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Windows 7 on Dell PowerEdge T620 server

Windows 7 on Dell PowerEdge T620 server

Windows 7 on Dell PowerEdge T620 server

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Can I install Windows 7 on a Dell PowerEdge T620 server with these specs?

TPM motherboard

Intel Xeon E5-2620 2.00GHz, 15M Cache, 7.2GT/s QPI, Turbo, 6C 95W

Tower Chassis with up to 8, 3.5" Hard Drives

1333 MHz RDIMMs 1

8GB RDIMM, 1333 MHz, Low Volt, Dual Rank, x4

Intel Xeon E5-2620 2.00GHz, 15M Cache, 7.2GT/s QPI, Turbo, 6C 95W

600GB 3.5-inch 15K RPM,6Gbps SAS Hot Plug Hard Drive

PERC H710 Integrated RAID Controller, 512MB NV Cache, Full Height

16x SATA DVD + / - RW Drive (with RAM) for Ms 2008 R2

RE: Windows 7 on Dell PowerEdge T620 server

As long as you can find drivers, sure..

RE: Windows 7 on Dell PowerEdge T620 server

You'll need to install Win7 Pro, Enterprise, or Ultimate in order to handle two physical CPUs.  Win2k8 R2 drivers should work fine on Win7.  

The question "why" springs to mind but eh, it's not my money.

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