No OEM/Retail chip will meet ALL of those specs.
2640v4: 10 cores, 2.4GHz, 90W TDP
2640v3: 8 cores, 2.6GHz, 90W TDP
2630v3: 8 cores, 2.4GHz, 85W TDP
2620v3: 6 cores, 2.4GHz, 85W TDP
Might want to check if these are still available.
Looking for a compact backup ZFS server motherboard:
Required: ITX form factor with iPMI, and 5+ SATA/SAS ports (onboard mini-SAS is even better), or free expansion slot for an 8-port HBA.
I already have spare DDR3 UDIMMs, DDR4 RDIMMS, as well as socket 1151 and 2011-3 CPUs, so hoping to find...
Yes, just realize the HBA is based on a LSI 1068 controller, ie limited to SAS1, 3Gb/s
Some info on the onboard flash speeds: Jesse St. Laurent's blog. My thoughts on technology trends. - Blog - Oracle/Sun F20 Flash Card - How fast is it?
If you just need quick Samba shares, the built-in Turnkey file server (lxc template) is fairly painless.
That's exactly what I did: Setup Proxmox w/ a ZFS pool, a LXC container for Samba shares, and a second LXC container for Plex. You can access the network share from Plex, or directly pass...