AlbertP wrote:How is this related to Intel Atom? The HP server you mentioned isn't even Intel based. I think a moderator needs to split the topic.
You cannot use those Nvidia 7025 boards with Fusion: they have socket AM3 (which are used by the Sempron/Athlon/Phenom series) while Fusions use socket FM1. You can however use Asrock H61M motherboard and Intel Pentium G620 (or cheaper Celeron G530) CPU: that's also a cheap combination. And you have integrated Intel graphics that way, which works very well with Linux. GeForce 7025 is outdated - modern Intel graphics is more efficient and maybe even a lot faster.
This HP server is also somewhat outdated, modern computers need less power to do the same (or the same amount of power to do more). Its CPU is probably a 45nm or 65nm one, while the Intels I mentioned are from a 32nm production process. The smaller size of the transistors makes it need less power.
AlbertP wrote:It's 64-bit (Atom D525 hardware is 64-bit too, btw). About hardware compatibility, I think it works just as good or bad as any other AMD hardware. It should usually work OK with the graphics driver from Additional Drivers installed.
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