NB's were specifically designed for rads
You can use onboard for raid 0 and get good results since your not calculating parity, which is why a beefy raid card is reccomended...
Not going to see much in the NT in 10 days unless you do big clicks every day.
I like wicked campers always full of hot backpackers
Being the high end chips they will be soldered.
Showing 5-10% across the board improvement, which was around the same when 1155 went from SB to IB
That case isn't exactly small....
You can get a tplink which will do the job and they are pretty cheap
So are 4 port gigabit dumb switches.
Just by a wifi AP to plug into your cat 6
Intel Xeon e3 1265lv2 45w tdp
Rocket raids are slow pieces of shit, they aren't even hardware raid, no onboard cache, no bbu and uses a spastic Marvell controller.
Node do 1tb with unlimited uploads as well.
Those are pretty slow for 16 drive arrays, LSI 9268's can do 2.5-2.8gbs with a similar amount of drives.
Regardless watch the speed plummet soon...
I've had 100/40 for a while now, apart from the obvious speed increase is how stable my Internet is now, no dropouts or shitty syncs etc.
Yeah cx-4 is outdated but pretty good for home or low level business use. SFP is very much still in service, especially with qsfp (ie 40gb) on...
You can also use moddiy 5 in 3 cages, you are attaching it by the steel frame then, not having the fan bear all the weight of the cage + drives.
High point reliable? Ahahahaha that's hilarious.
And there after sales support doesn't hold a candle to LSI or adaptec, both have Australian...
Yep those are it, just need a cx-4 10gb card and cable.
SPF is fibre and copper aka Ethernet is 10g-base t.
CX-4 and SPF are by far the most...
Woven do a couple for <300 you can also get dell 62xx or 55xx with the 10g modules for similar money.
8024's ocassionally come up for <1k as well...
Meh 10G is that cheap now it's pointless even considering LACP over gigabit.