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Voodoo 5 Shuttle got a little paintjob and window.
Size comparison next to my Voodoo 5 Shuttle XPC.
My latest old school pickup.. (well, 2004/2005 era rarity)
2x AMD Opteron 250 2.4GHz/1MB (OSA250CEP5AU)
2x1GB Corsair DDR-400 ECC...
Sold. May have other dual 2011v3 parts soon.
COMBO KIT - $1350 - ASRock Rack EP2C612-WS + 2x Xeon E5-2667v3 ES + 32GB Samsung DDR4-2133 Reg ECC
UP FRONT DISCLAIMER: Basic functionaly tested...
Nevermind, you're correct, they are re-lidded. Got antsy and checked them in my X99 board. They are indeed the ES variant at 2.9GHz.
Aren't these soldered IHS though, or are ES processors not normally soldered so that the lid can easily be removed?
So I ordered two E5-2667v3 (QEYA) processors from Ebay, and I received two E5-2667v3 (SR203). Are they actual ES processors, or OEM/retail?...
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Looks pretty awesome.. I like the color-coded sleeved tubing and company logo on the waterblocks as well. Totally unnecessary, but the attention...
So who else has been pumping their mining profits into Ripple (XRP) over the past few months? I started in June.. holyyyy crap it is skyrocketing...
There are so many options, it really all depends on your needs.
- Slim ITX or regular Mini-ITX?
- Riser board with PCI slot needed?
I have that same Jetway NUC. The WiFi is replaceable with a mini-PCIe card. However, pfSense doesn't support 802.11ac add-in cards. It's never...
Here you go: More on AES-NI
9.5mm drives with the front door removed from the case will provide reasonable temperatures, as posted in some reviews. Still, I'd like to see an...
This is a pretty good option in a Shuttle Mini-DTX/Mini-ITX form factor and gives you (8) 2.5" hot swaps. 11.8 Liters
SilverStone Technology Co.,...
I can't tell you how many bizarre issues I've had with Realtek NICs and the associated drivers over the years. Some issues I've had: High CPU...
For me, the integrated Intel NICs make the difference. I wouldn't run Realtek LAN on a gateway device if someone paid me.
I would recommend going with a Jetway build.. it has dual Intel NICs onboard (pretty important for stability and drivers) for WAN+LAN, and...
Thanks, didn't see the new sub-forum was added several months back. I'll discuss there in the future :)