I don’t know if it’s a requirement for you or not, but one thing you’ll give up by going the Intel route is ECC memory support. Also was thinking of e as this would give me head room if needed. I was thinking of the w PicoPSU, but your calculations show that would be still be underpowered. I’d wager that it’s power usage is on par with the Intel board I used, probably even lower. Mon Jul 20, 6: As a follow-up to my original post:
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I ran all tests several times, and this behavior was consistent. Tue Jul 14, Q760g was going down the Intel route, but after reading all the threads on here I thought an AMD solution would be powerful enough for my server’s needs.
Biostar A760G M2+ – motherboard – micro ATX – Socket AM2 / AM2+ – AMD 760G
I’m assuming that you are right, and the “smart” fan controls only affect the one four-pin header. I’m hoping to find time this weekend to do testing with the e CPU.
Matt, what can I say but thank you for your response. Sat Jul 11, 4: Tue Jul 07, 6: Idle power consumption barely went up, idling around watts.
But note that both boards were running with mostly stock BIOS options except for obvious stuff, like disabling sound and floppy. I have a e on the way.
I’ve always been curious, though: That’s just my lazy style. It’s a shame e’s have disappeared from online UK retailers during the course of it.
Biostar AG M2+ – motherboard – micro ATX – Socket AM2 / AM2+ – AMD G Overview – CNET
I don’t see any BIOS options for staggered drive spin up. You cannot post new topics in this forum You cannot reply to topics in this forum You cannot edit your posts in this forum You cannot delete your posts in this forum You cannot post attachments in this forum. All in all, MB makers pay too much attention to OC options rather than improve fan control functions.
However, there may be a way to get the drives to do a “staggered” spin up.
Fri Jul 17, 8: UserBenchmark will test your PC and compare the results to other users with the same components. I think there should be headroom with the How I know that You can quickly size up your PC, identify hardware problems and explore the best upgrades. Thanks for the info.
Only Intel’s power hungry server chipsets support ECC memory. I haven’t seen an option for this in the AG bios, though, so it’s probably not possible without some deeper hacking. Wed Jul 22, 9: Other than the drives, the ,2 thing I would change from this test setup to production is a bigger power biostzr. I don’t know if it’s a requirement for you or not, but one thing you’ll give up by going the Intel route is ECC memory support. The Biostar beat the Gigabyte by a few watts.
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One is a four pin, and one a three pin. That Commell board looks vido. Fri Jul 31, 4: My boostar is what kind of power consumption can I expect with my setup, i. It’s possible that one or or more of the PSU mounting holes go where you have no case material; in this case, you’d have to get a sheet of metal to “patch” your case, and then use that sheet to mount the PSU.