4 Dimm slots max, ASRock has a uATX board supposedly....not shipping yet though.Folks, I probably missed the answer earlier in the thread, but any chance of future uATX Xeon D boards with 8 DIMM slots, or is the SoC itself limited to 4? Just wondering if 128GB via 8x16GB DIMMs would ever be an option versus 4x32GB DIMMs.
I'm currently using the Netgear S3300-28X (GS728TX) as a low cost switch to convert between SFP+/10GBASE-T. It's basically a 24 port gigabit switch with 4 dedicated 10Gbe ports (2xSFP+&2x10GBASE-T). I haven't done any intensive benchmarking yet.. but figured I would share what I was using.For anyone using the SuperMicro X10SDV-TLN4F and are utilizing the 10Gbe NICs, what networking hardware are you using in conjunction with it (switches, GBICs, etc.) and what results are you seeing?
Don't you need higher clocks?I've got a few D-1540's running that are working out well. We're utilizing them for our GSP business for lower slot servers (think Minecraft and Ark)
AFAIK they won't make anything above 1GB because of the higher electrical demand from the copper ports. The do make external boxes (S-10GT-SFP USA | 10GBase-T Media Converter | Perle) but at those prices, I'd look at buying a 10GB Base-T module for my switch off ebay.I think that for most of us we want SFP+ because we already have switches that support that and dont want to have to get another switch just to support 10gb-T if it is not needed. I have 5 ports that could support SFP+ right now at home but none for Base-T
For the small servers, not at all. Especially with Minecraft, most of the larger providers are running on low clock E5's.Don't you need higher clocks?
I've seen those types around but wasn't sure if that was my only option. I have an IBM G8124 so I'm stuck unless, as stated, buy another switch for 10GB Base-T ... *grumble*AFAIK they won't make anything above 1GB because of the higher electrical demand from the copper ports. The do make external boxes (S-10GT-SFP USA | 10GBase-T Media Converter | Perle) but at those prices, I'd look at buying a 10GB Base-T module for my switch off ebay.
Just wondering, what racks are you using with these? Also are you building them or are you buying pre-built.We just got our second D-1540 online with the following specs:
Motherboard / Chassis: Supermicro X10SDV-F in CSE-504-203B
Memory: 4x 16GB (64GB) Samsung DDR4-2133 memory
Hard drives: 1x 512GB Samsung 850 Pro
They're custom built.Just wondering, what racks are you using with these? Also are you building them or are you buying pre-built.
Seeing what folks are doing for cooling. I finally got 3x of the right I/O shields for these. Took a long time!