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OCZ Agility 2 120GB SandForce SSD Review

OCZ's Agility 2 120GB is a new generation of drive based on the SandForce SF-1200 controller. Unlike the OCZ Vertex LE and OCZ Vertex...

Supermicro X8ST3-F Motherboard Review

My main server, the Big WHS now houses over 60TB of storage, runs multiple VM's, and has over 10 Gigabit NICs. At the heart...

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...

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 Compatibility with Intel Core i3′s / i5′s

Just as a quick note. I purchased a Supermicro X8SIL-F (mATX LGA 1156 server board with IPMI 2.0 and dual Intel gigabit NICs) last...

Windows Home Server (WHS) V2 VAIL – Installed in Hyper-V –...

If one browses this site they will quickly see that I am a fan of Hyper-V virtualization and also Windows Home Server. On April...

Testing Update – Timeline, New SSDs, AMD Socket AM3 with USB...

I have decided to post a little roadmap of what's next on the site. I am a list making person, so this will hopefully...

Install FreeNAS in Hyper-V: Part 2 Installing FreeNAS to a vhd

In previous articles we have shown how to set up a basic Hyper-V virtual machine that works with FreeBSD and FreeNAS as well as...

Install FreeNAS in Hyper-V: Part 1 Basic Configuration

To install FreeNAS in a Hyper-V virtual machine one needs to do some configuration of the virtual machine, just as one would with a...

The Big WHS: 8 File-Serving OS’s Virtualized in one 4U Server

Now that the Big WHS is stable, and I have a bit more storage capacity than I need, I decided that Windows Home Server running virtualized...

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AMD EPYC And Xeon Scalable In Trays

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Our AMD EPYC 7351P linux benchmarks and review includes a comparison to other AMD EPYC CPUs under $1000 and the entire Intel Xeon Silver line
Oracle SPARC M8 Processor

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The new Oracle SPARC M8 has 32 cores, 256 threads, a 5.0GHz maximum clock speed and hardware crypto, compression, and SQL on Chip accelerators
Intel Xeon Silver 4114 Chip

Intel Xeon Silver 4114 Linux Benchmarks and Review

We have Linux benchmarks and a review of the Intel Xeon Silver 4114 10 core / 20 thread CPU and comparisons to older gens, dual Xeon Silver and AMD EPYC