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STH turns 50 (months) old! A longer term view

It happened! STH finally turned 50 months old and we are doing a quick recap around the site's focus and some previews of the future

New Supermicro X9SRL-F Motherboard Intel Xeon E5-2600/1600 LGA2011 UP Preview

Supermicro is adding another motherboard to the burgeoning list of current LGA 2011 Intel Xeon E5 offerings with their X9SRL and X9SRL-F. The main difference between...

Intel vPro Technology: Patrick on Tom’s Hardware

For those that did not see the article this morning, my Intel vPro article looking at the last three generations of Intel vPro technology...

Intel BOXDH57JG H57 mini ITX Motherboard Review

Although Intel's Atom CPUs have made a splash in the mini ITX space, many users prefer the small form factor yet want more computing...

Intel S3420GPLC Motherboard Review

Intel's 3400 chipset for its socket 1156 platform accepts CPU's from the cheap Intel Pentium G6950 and Core i3-530 to the higher end Xeon X3430...

Intel Xeon X3440 for the Windows Home Server Mini-Review

As a follow-on to the Supermicro X8SIL-F review, I had some interest in seeing power consumption figures for the CPU's involved. I have already...

ASoft’s AdminiMe 2010 Windows Home Server Add-in – Update 1

As a quick update to the previous AdminiMe 2010 review, ASoft released an update to its popular AdminiMe 2010 Add-in. It appears as though ASoft...

The Big WHS: May Update 60TB Edition

The Big WHS was originally supposed to house approximately 30TB of storage when the plans were first detailed on an Excel spreadsheet BOM in...

Supermicro X8SIL-F Motherboard Review

The Supermicro X8SIL-F motherboard is an excellent board for home and small business servers. When building a file server built upon Windows Home Server...

SAS Expanders, Build Your Own JBOD DAS Enclosure and Save –...

Oftentimes, users running file servers such as Windows 2008 Server R2, Windows Home Server, Linux variants (including Openfiler), OpenSolaris, FreeBSD (including FreeNAS), and so...
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