- Feb 1, 2014
I had a similar thought about two years ago. Turned out a bit different than expected.I am preparing my C6100 to be sent to colocation, so I would like to maximize and optimize it in every way I can possibly and once I send it to colocation I expect to leave things run at least two years untouched.
At the german branch of Amazon.com (because this was the only retailer with 1 unit left in stock)May I ask where did you bought your unit from?
The d-link manual isn't explicit on this, they say the 28 has fittings for one fan and the 28P fittings for two... but no mention of the 28X. I'd expect it to be more in line with the 28 given the power budget but can you confirm whether it has one or two slots? From your language it sounds like yes, there's only one fan slot... but just want to make sure. If the Noctua is as good as it looks on paper then the DGS-150 28X looks like a bargain - your input much appreciated, danke shoen!Many devices featuring 40mm fans use proprietary fan headers, so the NF-A4x10 comes with
Noctua’s OmniJoin Adaptor Set. Just cut the original fan’s cable, fix it to the adaptor using the
supplied 3M Scotchlok™ connectors and you can plug the NF-A4x10 to proprietary fan headers!
i don't like it said "10gb uplink" not knowing if it can be connect to normal server...
https://forums.servethehome.com/index.php?threads/new-dlink-10g-switches.5157/What I don't like is I'd really really like 5x SFP+ at a minimum - 2x 2x10GbE SFP+ for dual controller SAN, and then 3x 2x for 3 ESXi hosts means a net total of 10 ports or 5 each. With a C6100 that's 12, or 6 each. But now that I've found a 4x10GbE SFP+ version, of COURSE I'm getting greedy and wanting more Could make the arguement that either the HA SAN or 3rd host could be 1GbE only, as hopefully it's only used in a pinch. Makes more sense for it to be the 3rd host, I'm thinking.