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# 242922 20-Nov-2018 11:24
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Clearing out some stuff that doesn't get used. Not looking for offers, the below prices are pretty reasonable. 

 

I'm in Palmerston North and can ship at your expense/risk but would prefer not to.

 

$150
Supermicro X9SCL+-F motherboard + Pentium G2120 3.1 GHz CPU + 4 GB DDR3 1600 ECC memory
Has been running my FreeNAS box for the last few years. Note that I'm pretty this board ONLY takes ECC memory.
Dual Intel network + IPMI etc, includes IO shield
https://www.supermicro.com/products/motherboard/xeon/c202_c204/x9scl_-f.cfm

 

 

 

$50
Wyse Z50D Thin Client - https://www.parkytowers.me.uk/thin/wyse/z/z90d7/index.shtml
-AMD G-T56N 1.6GHz Dual Core CPU
-2 GB DDR3 memory
-hard drive/flash module is missing, I'll have a look around for it
-has been taken apart etc so a few screws missing
-Intel wireless AC card
-Has standard combined SATA/power connector for laptop drives (need an extension cable thing)
-power supply included


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  # 2130129 20-Nov-2018 11:33
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What was the power draw of the SM setup?  Most NAS's are idle most of the time in a home setup so curious how low it would have got.




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  # 2130143 20-Nov-2018 11:52
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Benoire:

 

What was the power draw of the SM setup?  Most NAS's are idle most of the time in a home setup so curious how low it would have got.

 

 

Pretty low I imagine, this CPU is only rated at 55 W. I was running with more RAM, an additional HBA card and nic and about 12 hard drives so it used about 120 W I think?
I guess the MB/CPU/RAM would be around 35 W but I haven't measured it. I may try to tonight.


 
 
 
 




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  # 2130893 21-Nov-2018 10:49
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Mantis:

 

Benoire:

 

What was the power draw of the SM setup?  Most NAS's are idle most of the time in a home setup so curious how low it would have got.

 

 

Pretty low I imagine, this CPU is only rated at 55 W. I was running with more RAM, an additional HBA card and nic and about 12 hard drives so it used about 120 W I think?
I guess the MB/CPU/RAM would be around 35 W but I haven't measured it. I may try to tonight.

 

 

With Windows 10 installed and a single old 7200 rpm drive the idle power usage was 37 - 39 W, measured with one of those Jaycar plug in power meter things.


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