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  1. Sales, Combo Deals, etc. For example NewEgg had combo that saved me $25 bucks on the supermicro board plus cpu so decided to go with that mobo and save some money. -dpc
  2. Well that changes things. Will look into other supermicro boards as well as i thought they were bound to the app.... yeesh what a rookie assumption to make. Thanks Johnm, dpc
  3. Explain? Do you mean you can hit IPMI without the supermicro application (like Dell/Tyan does)? Does it use a specific port? -dpc
  4. i could use a rack but money is tight for toys on toys. Can you tell us more about this "ghetto" ikea rack that looks mighty appealing to me? EDIt: Read other postings...
  5. Dropping price: Asking: $175 + actual shipping cost (from Seattle)
  6. For sale: HP 615095-B21 Micro Server Remote Access Card Originally purchased in April 2012 for a HP Proliant N40L Reason for sale: Sold the server this was in recently - consolidating. Condition: Used and very clean. Tested and works great. Pulled from working setup. Full Disclosure: Original Cost (April 2011): ~$85 Retail Price Today (brand new): ~$85 Asking: $50 + actual shipping cost (from Seattle)
  7. Good thought. I had not encountered issues with this before as I had not been using all the slots on the Norco so the load (if there ever was any) on the splitter was never high enough to cause issues. I will look into having three molex lines from the power supply. I hope my cables reach. -dpc
  8. Originally purchased in April 2011 Reason for sale: Replacing with much much larger and stupidly expensive machine. No issues at all with this host just need to free up room for the large new box. NAS for Sale - Triple Core, 4GB RAM ==================================== Case: LIAN LI PC-A04B Black Aluminum MicroATX Mini Tower Computer Case Power Supply: Antec BP550 Plus 550W Continuous Power ATX12V V2.2 80 PLUS Certified Modular Active PFC Power Supply Motherboard: MSI 760GM-P33 AM3 AMD 760G Micro ATX AMD Motherboard CPU: AMD Athlon II X3 450 Rana 3.2GHz 3 x 512KB L2 Cache S
  9. Narrowed down my mobo/ram/cpu to something like this: Mobo: unordered: TYAN S5512GM4NR ATX Server Motherboard LGA 1155 Intel C204 DDR3 1600 - $240 CPU: unordered Intel E3-1230 V2 - $235 RAM: unordered Kingston 8GB 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM ECC Unbuffered DDR3 1333 Server Memory Intel Model KVR13E9/8I x 2 - $170 ($85 each) Why Tyan over SuperMicro? Couple reasons that I been musing over: > Web based IPMI - My understanding is the SuperMicro offerings all require you to download a client to access the software. Web based IPMI allows Java based KVM over IP (Which is a typical style
  10. Xander Hardware: ===================================================================================================== Case: Norco 4224 - 24 hotswap bays - $395 Case Mid Fan Wall 120MM: 120MM Fan wall for Norco 4224 - $0 Case Middle Fans: Noctua NF-P12-1300 120mm Fan x 3 - $75 ($25 each) Case Rear Fans: Noctua NF-R8-1800 80mm Fan x 2 - $36 ($18 each) Power Supply: SeaSonic 1000W 80+ PLATINUM Modular - $187 Accessory - 1to7 Molex Connector: NORCO C-P1T7 4 Pin Molex 1 Male to 7 Female Power Extension Splitter Cable - $8 Accessory - Norco BALL-BEARING Rails: RL-26 Rails - $40
  11. My Drive Temps with new fans - temps are about same or lower than with the noisy OEM fans: Note - The server is *silent* as far as I am concerned. So to summarize Norco 4224 Chassis: Case: Norco 4224 - 24 hotswap bays - $400 Case Mid Fan Wall 120MM: 120MM Fan wall for Norco 4224 - $20 (shipped) Case Middle Fans: Noctua NF-P12-1300 120mm Fan x 3 - $75 ($25 each) Case Rear Fans: Noctua NF-R8-1800 80mm Fan x 2 - $34 ($17 each) Power Supply: SeaSonic X-850 (SS-850KM Active PFC F3) 850W 80 PLUS GOLD Modular - $211 Accessory - 1to7 Molex Connector: NORCO C-P1T7 4 Pin Molex 1 Ma
  12. It seems you are more versed in these matters. To each their own. ~ dpc
  13. Surely you folks jest....?? 1. (typical) unRAID requires a USB stick to be installed on. Yes a vmdk can be created and its great idea. However not interested in creating a vmdk for each new release. As an additional determent the unRAID requires windows to run the prepackaged betas - the syslinux executable - at home I have only a mac and im ok with that - dont understand why we are stuck to binary blobs for windows for a linux OS. 2. unRAID licensing scheme appears to be based off USB stick info. Perhaps it works without the USB stick but I do not feel comfortable to invest into som
  14. At this time running 5 guests offering following network services: -------------------------------------------------------------- > PXE booting (for OS installs, drive clones, etc) > NAS (SMB/FTP/NFS/etc) > FTP host - guest offering external FTP shares > Internal LAMP stack - for timesheet etc. > Media Guest - Middleware guest for NAS to serve up our media in variety places/protocols/formats (itunes/airvideo/subsonic/dnla/plex/etc) === PXE Booting Guest (PXE) === 2 CPU, 2GB RAM, 8GB Thin Provisioned OS vmdk on SSD --Ubuntu 11.10 based - TFTP+PXELinux+Sysli
  15. Hello, Built an Atlas-like clone. Machine is created in an effort to upgrade our NAS capacity as well as consolidate our resources. Running X64 everywhere. VM ESXi 5 Hardware: ===================================================================================================== Case: Norco 4224 - 24 hotswap bays - $400 Case Mid Fan Wall 120MM: 120MM Fan wall for Norco 4224 - $20 (shipped) Case Middle Fans: Noctua NF-P12-1300 120mm Fan x 3 - $75 ($25 each) Case Rear Fans: Noctua NF-R8-1800 80mm Fan x 2 - $34 ($17 each) Power Supply: SeaSonic X-850 (SS-850KM Active PFC F3) 8