Aimed at entry-level servers, and graphic or content intensive workstations, the PC-DL Deluxe runs on single or dual-Xeon processors. ASUS claims that with the support of Intel’s Hyper-Threading Technology, the PC-DL is comparable to that of four processors. For instance, DV capturing, video conversion processing and CAD/CAM applications normally take all night but these complex tasks can now be completed in one to two hours. The PC-DL Deluxe features a host of input/output technology including SATA, an onboard Promise RAID controller, six USB 2.0 ports and two IEEE 1394 ports. For more serious server demands it takes up to 4GB of DDR333 memory and Gigabit LAN network connection. ASUS said its engineers were the first to adopt the dual-processor design leveraged from Intel’s 875P normally found on high-end Pentium 4-based desktop motherboard. The ASUS PC-DL Deluxe is available from Achieva, Cassa, Synnex and Ingram Micro.