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Fujitsu D3643-H MB B360 (Intel,1151,DDR4,Micro-ATX), S26361-F5010-V160

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Update 2018-08-24: with the Fujitsu D3643-H there is now a board available that offers two version 1.2 DisplayPorts (up to 4K resolution at 60 Hz). As with most Fujitsu mainboards, the D3643-H is optimized for low power consumption and high reliability. Wi-Fi and Bluetooth There are many different ways to measure CPU performance. I find Cinebench to be a useful indicator. It has both single-core and multi-core benchmarks. The single-core result of 203 is even slightly higher than expected. The multi-core result of 1414 is only surpassed by some of AMD’s Ryzen CPUs and by Intel’s expensive i9 processors. Cinebench and Meltdown/Spectre

One caveat to be aware of: in sleep mode, the system consumes 12.6 Watts, which is about 12 Watts more than it should. This is the case even with the ErP Ready BIOS setting enabled, which is supposed to make the system conform to the EU’s environmental regulations. I worked around this inefficiency by configuring Windows to hibernate when the power button is pressed instead of sleeping. During hibernation, the system only consumes 0.2 Watts. Noise Emissions / Silence This article describes how to build a fast workstation PC that is almost completely silent (actually the fastest possible in terms of single-thread performance). It is based on a PC build published by German c’t magazine. Why Single-Thread Performance is (Nearly) the Only Thing That Matters Hard Drive Troubleshooting Guide : https://www.truenas.com/community/r...bleshooting-guide-all-versions-of-freenas.17/Based on their suggestions I assembled the following components for my workstation PC build: CPU: Intel i7-8700K Mainboard: MSI Z370 Gaming Pro Carbon (today I would use the Fujitsu D3643-H instead, see below) RAM: 4 x Crucial DDR4 16 GB PC4-19200 non-ECC (64 GB in total) SSD 1: Samsung SSD 960 Pro M.2 SSD 2: Samsung SSD 850 Pro (data disk from my previous machine) CPU cooler: Thermalright Macho Rev.B Power supply: be quiet! Pure Power 10 400 Watt Case: be quiet! Pure Base 600 GPU: MSI GeForce GTX 1060 Gaming X 6G 6GB

cannot spend too much right now but I can delay some expenses to some months from now (placing 8 or 16 GB of RAM now and buying other next fall for example)I blame Intel’s Z370 chipset, the only chipset currently available for Intel’s 8th generation (Coffee Lake) CPUs. According to other people’s measurements, the GPU consumes a bit less than 10 Watts when idle. Interestingly, it does not matter whether you connect one or two (4K) displays to the GPU. There is not even a significant change in power consumption if you connect a single display to the mainboard’s Intel graphics instead. It wasn't intended to be a "take this" kind of guide (thats also why I didn't refer exact part numbers". IPMI support, if Supermicro is better because I would need to manage only one kind of IPMI interface since I already have one

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