Date: Thu, 11 Nov 1999 14:25:03 GMT
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Subject: Re: realistic SAS PC recommendations
I've been using a Pentium 150 with 64MB ram using Win95, and a Pentium
Pro 200 with 64MB ram using WinNT, and have been happy with both running
SAS 6.12. I've noticed that SAS v7 takes considerably longer to run
than 6.12--hopefully v8 will be better in this regard.
The one thing I'd recommend, though, since SAS is so I/O intensive, is
that you get a very fast disk drive. In fact, you might want to
consider getting separate controllers and drives for the SAS executables
and working storage, and your permanent SAS data.
In article <382A3F09.1AC69298@mailcity.com>,
maxhauser <email@example.com> wrote:
> What are the realistic needs for a PC to run SAS 6.0, 7.0, and 8.0
> with SAS/AF, and SAS Spectraview? My rep sent me the stock minimums
> , 4MB of RAM, ...etc).
> Yeah, and WIN95 will run on that 486 too.
> Also, would SAS on a laptop running NT be any more reliable than SAS
> the same laptop with WIN95?
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