12-Core Ryzen / Asrock X570D4U / 35W TDP / Low Noise


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23 hours ago, doesntaffect said:

if you want a correct answer send a message to the ASRock Support through their Website form. And I suggest to stick to the memory they have in their QVL. Your memory is OC Memory as I see it, not sure if that and the XMP profiles work on that. If you want a safe and stable bet, go with the memory I used, see 1st post. 

Hello,

Thanks a lot.

The issue has been resolved.

For the moment, everything is great since I purchased the KSM32ED8/32ME

 

Is there anything else I need to do in the BIOS to make my setup perform better?

Thanks

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Great to see that your system is running well now. Are you only using 2 disks and 2 NVMEs?

 

Please check the memory speed in the Bios, it should be set to 1600MT (which is 3200mhz). You can also try to set the CPU to Eco if you want to play around with lower power consumption - performance should still be more than great with the 5900X.

 

 

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26 minutes ago, doesntaffect said:

Great to see that your system is running well now. Are you only using 2 disks and 2 NVMEs?

 

Please check the memory speed in the Bios, it should be set to 1600MT (which is 3200mhz). You can also try to set the CPU to Eco if you want to play around with lower power consumption - performance should still be more than great with the 5900X.

 

 

Ok Thanks for the suggestion. I will do the same.
 


Yes, indeed, I have 2 NVME Disks 1 + 1 TB and 2 (4TB) SATA Disk 

 

At the beginning I wanted to start with the same configuration as yours. My heart is wavering between using Proxmox and Unraid. This machine will host basically a kubernetes cluster with a lot of running pods, Github runners and some development VMs. So I don't know if Unraid is a good choice for my scenario or not.
If I go with Unraid should I have 3+1 Disks as start? 

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So you'll have lot of I/O and (I assume) the need to backup all the data. I have been using my config for a year now and I would build it the same way. I have 15 dockers incl. a large picture library db and a few dev / testing VMs.

 

I wanted to a fast caching drive for all the dockers and SSD Disks, that's why I bought the 4x NVME card from Asus to use the 4 960GB NVMEs in Raid 0+1, which gives me 1.92TB Caching space which is redundant due to Raid 1.

 

I am using the onboard M.2 for two 512GB SSDs in a Raid0 cache, which I am using as a fast backup target. During the night the Mover moves the backups to the Disks.

 

Regarding disks, how much space do you need? If you need 4 TB, then you need to add a 4TB parity drive. If you need 8TB and have 2x 4TB disks, then you need another 4TB disk for parity. So your parity drive has to be as large as the biggest disk, 

 

hope that helps. :)

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