"Ryzen embedded" is also vaporware, no ?
I never seen any MB with Ryzen embedded V2000 on the market.
Some "EPYC 3000" exist (Supermicro M11SDV but limited to 1 Gb network or one Asrock EPYC3251D4I-2T at ~1000€ o_O )
Like you say, maybe Ice Lake D or Ryzen embedded V3000 next year. Waiting.
smnhdy> For the 2 Gb/s subscription with Orange, their LB5 router is necessary. It contains the ONT internaly. Fiber is connected directly to the LB5:
No SFP-ONT (GPON SFP ONT) will be provided with the LB5. SFP-ONT is delivered only with the LB4. And the SFP-ONT is SFP not SFP+ (Sercomm...
This switch is very recent and seems to be very good: eight multigig (1G/2,5G/5G/10G) RJ45 ports + four combo (1G/10G) RJ45/SFP+ and dual power.
- Some tests of power consumptions ? (60w max specified in datasheet)
- Jumbo support ?
You choose: SwOS or RouterOS
Chris230291> It's head parking ?
For my IronWolf Pro, I used the Seagate tool "SeaChest_PowerChoice" to modify the EPC (Extended Power Conditions) settings.
These drives have 4 powers saving mode (idle_a, idle_b, idle_c and standby_z).
I increased the idle_b (head parking) timer and disabled...
What's the problem ? Do what is indicated in the manual : 24 pin or 8pin for powering the MB.
I have a X10SDV-4C and same thing in the manual: 24 pin or 8pin. I use 24 pin only.
It's allow various possibility of powering (standard ATX, 12v only, etc) for different installation environment.
The NIC will negotiate at 10 Gb, no problem. There is no relation between NIC negotiation and pci-e speed.
In theory, pci-e v2 speed is 4 Gb per lane. So for pci-e 2 4x : 16 Gb/s.
A 10 Gb NIC at full speed (full duplex) requires 20 Gb/s bandwidth
A speed test in one direction will problaby be...