Nice, which NVME drive did you go with?
It sure can, you need to populate CPU0, but you only get access to the "Ultra IO" pci-e slots and not the WIO pci-e slots.Any idea if the dual CPU board X10DRU-i+ can operate with one CPU?
I mean it really is pretty solid. As you mention these cases/mobo are built for GPU's if you want. Load them up with two of the 2680 v4's, and its really solid bang for the back. Im going unraid on mine, should end up with around ~67tb with a mix of 10tb, 8tb, and older 3tb drives, and 2 10tb parity, and be able to swap the 3's to 10's later if i want.We've been using a couple of those for over a year now, no problems at all.
Paid $550\ea, and at that price would buy more, at this price it's a screaming deal IMO.
I know here's my calculation from what I could gather:If that's USD and before international shipping, not a very good price. Barebone + CPUs purchased separately run ~$700 shipped in the US.
Where did you get E5-2683 V4 for $150 ea?I know here's my calculation from what I could gather:
- Supermicro 6028U (SAS3) is 349$ at the TheServeStore
- 2x Intel Xeon E5-2683 V4 2.1Ghz 16 Cores 120W @ 349$ for the pair or 149.50$ each, couldn't find anything close to this except for ES from China, looks like a good deal.
- AOC-S3008L-8Le @ around 70-79$ on ebay by the looks of it
- Supermicro Original Rev B Rail kit are 75$ extra at the TheServeStore
Comes @ $852 USD but I guess they need to make abit of cash for assembly and testing and ebay fees @ 48$ so 899$ + 100$ per system shipped to me (reasonable)?
Sorry my math was wrongWhere did you get E5-2683 V4 for $150 ea?