I'm interested in this from the SAS3 perspective with ssd's (yes, ideally faster GBE). On the other hand, Xeon's are overpowered for what I would use it for, and lack of iGPU would cause other issues.
I'd be interested how people are using this at home.
People are saying it would perform similarly to lower-end generational Nvidia GPU's for gaming. Can anyone confirm/deny? I'd love to try cloud gaming for Warzone or other higher-end games (ie not Civ, Sim City 4 or Red Alert 2)
For my PM1633a's:
smartctl lists them as NETAPP x357's with NA51.
I have the NA54.lod (3.98MB) from the all.zip here. Also have the MZ7LM240HCGR-00003_3F3Q.bin (1MB) from the huge firmware list from this forum TFW.zip (MEGA).
Any ideas which to use? Is flashing to NA54 the easiest fix...
That is interesting. I haven't scoured all 22 pages, but wondering if anyone has put 2.5gbe on the LAN side. My cable modem is gigabit, but if 2.5 or 10 could get adopted, that'd be intriguing. Someone was mentioning the Cromwell stuff earlier in the posts. As for 2.5...
Further update on the non-emmc one I bought: IoT LTSC lost its activation. I installed Windows 10 LTSC, but that license from the embedded code claims to be expired.
Even with the Windows sticker and an embedded key in the bios, if you buy an eBay model you may not have a valid Windows key.
As a Plex server, I'd understand. I tried this as a Plex client and it wasn't able to perform. That's not acceptable since many laptops with lower passmark scores can play network 1080p h264 without an issue.
Point taken, that this level of "thin" can't keep up.