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    MikroTik CSS326-24G-2S+RM

    This review is from Rohit in 2017 It isn't fast if you're wanting to route. If you'd just want a L2 network, it's fine.
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    DDR3 availability

    We're at the point where it'll start going down. We're moving to 4th gen DDR4 2133 2400 2666 2933
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    Intel Atom C3758 Benchmarks and Review An 8-Core Denverton

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    Good stuff @Patrick
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    FreeNAS 11.2-STABLE Available Now

    I'm already on it.
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    Dell EMC PowerEdge R740xd2 Launched 26x LFF 2U Server

    I put that in the middle @cesmith9999 in case you missed it:
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    QNAP TS-2888X 28-bay Deep Learning NAS Tower

    I agree @TLN. I'd also just as soon have a real DL system and a NAS for it.
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    Options for repairing a Supermicro board?

    I'd get a new one. They won't repair it for free and they'll see the water damage easily. If you have to pay for a RMA and all the shipping I'd just get a new board. I'd be afraid for something else to be wrong and go out later catching fire or breaking components. That sucks that it happened...
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    Intel IMDT + Optane (DC P4800X) + EPYC

    It's the DIMMs coming with Cascade Lake in Q1 or Q2 2019. My bet is Q2 although it's shipping to Google and the like now. I don't think it'll work out of the box with the P4800X but I'm not sure anyone has tried it. Maybe ask ScaleMP?
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    QNAP TS-2888X 28-bay Deep Learning NAS Tower

    The motherboard is a big piece. It has extra spacing for GPU coolers which is really nice. You're right. I was shocked at pricing.
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    WowerEdge The Dell EMC PowerEdge MX Launch

    That was Patrick not me. Someone called it as a typo. I don't think it was.
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    Microchip Microsemi Switchtec PCIe Gen4 Switches Available

    @i386 I thought that too but these are the PCIe switch people's numbers PCI Express 4.0 (PCIe Gen4) | Microsemi I think they adjusted to take it into account the encoding change
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    Everyone's next boot drive S3500 480GB $120

    I normally don't post deals but Intel 480GB SSD DC S3500 Series 2.5" SATA III SSDSC2BB480G4 Health: 90-99% 735858258487 | eBay At $120 a pop that's $0.25/gb and Intel DC SSD and it's not some off brand. It's big for a boot drive, but if you've got a slow old FreeNAS maybe a read cache or a...