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Sure you can saturate, but what matters is sustained I/O. What does the traffic look like throughout the day in the environment.
There are a lot of factors in your environment that would go into choosing a configuration. Is this for home or businees?. If for business I suggest you talk to a partner distributor or to the SAN storage engineers from the company you are looking at.
The switch listed is 4gb. At the company I work for, we use a pair of 4GB fibre switches for our SAN and backup traffic and we have had zero issues.
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I'm in!. been needing this for a while now.
I guess I was getting at the fact that price to performance (bang for the buck) can vary depending on what our "price" is, it's a missing variable in this case. For example, if OP said $300-350 (Cost of Oneplus One) it would be the best choice IMO. But if you drop the price range, or increase it, the Oneplus either costs too much, or starts getting outperformed by the more costly devices.
As far as I have seen, the Oneplus One is the best features for the money, not necessarily best bang for buck. Best bang is more indicative of price over performance, but yes, Oneplus is a beast.
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So what he is saying is that we need to overclock our eyeball's polling rate. 120Hz here I come!
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