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07-18-2019 11:11 PM
Liranan
Quote: Originally Posted by Duality92 View Post
Yeah it's not a performance monster that's for sure.
Quote: Originally Posted by Lord Xeb View Post
Old excavator core. Booo
I would be very happy to have this in my laptop instead of the A8-6410 that I've got as it's just fine for daily tasks while using very little power.
07-18-2019 11:32 AM
Duality92
Quote: Originally Posted by ozlay View Post
But does it overclock?
Actually haven't tried it yet!
07-17-2019 05:20 AM
ozlay
Quote: Originally Posted by Duality92 View Post
Yeah it's not a performance monster that's for sure.
But does it overclock?
07-16-2019 05:04 PM
Duality92 Yeah it's not a performance monster that's for sure.
07-16-2019 10:53 AM
JackCY Exactly, still waiting for Ryzen 3000 SOC aka chipsetless boards, so you can put in any Ryzen 3000 (say up to 8 core to keep VRM costs sensible) and not have to bother with a chipset at all for small machines and all these ITX boards.
Even Ryzen 3000 APU is old and there are no new yet as they always launch APUs 1 generation behind...
07-15-2019 10:04 PM
Lord Xeb Old excavator core. Booo
07-14-2019 01:59 PM
Duality92
Quote: Originally Posted by Liranan View Post
I run Mint on my server and Mint in a VM for Plex/Emby. I found that NTFS can't come close to the IO I get with XFS. Though now I am considering switching to Ext4 and experimenting with Puppy Linux and testing the limits of such a small distro.

I've found that running a dediated media server in a VM is far better than running it natively or in Docker as backing it up is a simple copy/paste action. And importing such a VM in VBox is incredibly easy.
I'm not too fussed on IO tbh, this will just become my backups server for photography mostly. I don't use/download/acquire much media.
07-14-2019 08:43 AM
Liranan
Quote: Originally Posted by Duality92 View Post
W10pro with ubuntu 18.04 vm for nextcloud

https://www.overclock.net/forum/362-...r-seagate.html
I run Mint on my server and Mint in a VM for Plex/Emby. I found that NTFS can't come close to the IO I get with XFS. Though now I am considering switching to Ext4 and experimenting with Puppy Linux and testing the limits of such a small distro.

I've found that running a dediated media server in a VM is far better than running it natively or in Docker as backing it up is a simple copy/paste action. And importing such a VM in VBox is incredibly easy.
07-14-2019 06:04 AM
Duality92
Quote: Originally Posted by Liranan View Post
Which OS/software do you run on your server and is this just a file server or a media server (Plex/Emby)?
W10pro with ubuntu 18.04 vm for nextcloud

https://www.overclock.net/forum/362-...r-seagate.html
07-13-2019 09:48 PM
Liranan I was just thinking pfSense and thought that if there was a cheaper, lower power board it would make for a perfect pfSense firewall. Even a single core one would be excellent for home use.

Edit: right after posting this I found the Asrock QC5000-ITX, which has an A4-5050 1.5GHz quad core Kabini APU, with a TDP of 13.5W.
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