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  1. I have the same motherboard as you (Asrock H370) and can reach C7. Have you enabled all the ASPM settings in the BIOS? I also disabled the sound card and a few other settings in the BIOS. My Hardware Motherboard : ASRock H370M-ITX/ac Processor: i5-8500T Memory: 32GB (2x 16GB DDR4) Disks: 3x 16TG Seagate Exos. 1 x 8TG Iron wolf, 2x 6TG Iron wolf, 2x 3TB WD Greens (currently in the process of clearing so I can remove) 2x 500GB crucial SSD's 1x Asus BW-16D1HT Bluray drive NVME 1TB Crucial P5 Plus 1TB M.2 PCIe Gen4 (should have got a 2TB :-)) in the m.2 slot Array is connected via an Broadcom LSI 9207 SAS PCIe Card PSU: Evga 500 W1, 80+ White 500W, Power Supply 100-W1-0500-K3 UPS: APC Smart-UPS 1000 I did the install one by one method last weekend and with everything installed except the SAS card and I was able to reach C7 states and was drawing 34W under idle (No HD's attached except the SSDs). With the SAS card I could only reach C3 I also noted a maximum of 150w load on boot. With everything installed: Under a full parity sync I'm getting drawing 107W. Note the 107W also includes: 16 port Unifi managed switch A Unifi Controller Key Unifi Nano HD Wifi (via POE) + RSP pihole They are all plugged in to the same UPS I'm using to measure. I'm in the process of removing the SAS card and putting the NVME drive in its place. Then putting a 4 port SATA pcie card into the M.2 slot (mainly because I already have the card) Along with that I'm also of installing some power monitoring plugs so I can record the server separate from my other gear. Arriving today:)
  2. I was just about to report that the 2018.01.25 update was not working for me, but I figured it out. However its now working for. So if, after installing the 2018.01.25 update you still get multiple errors: Warning: array_key_exists() expects parameter 2 to be array, null given in /usr/local/emhttp/plugins/serverlayout/php/serverlayout_constants.php on line 126 Make sure you select and delete any Historical Devices, at the bottom of the Data Tab. I had a blank entry, and did not notice it. After removing it, it now works fine.
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