Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by MxPhenom 216, Jan 13, 2013.
provided you can get it to post ._.
I have never had a rig to boot at rated speeds right away. Its always 1333mhz. Then I have to go into the bios to change all the settings to run at the rated specs of the ram.
That's probably because that's what the sticks you had were programmed to boot at for JEDEC profile. That said I doubt you'll have issues, really. Just a little oddity about the Pentium chips..SB cores, but lower ram speed native.
yeah, the gigabyte board only supports up to 1333 from the looks. so ill have to change some settings as the ram is 1600mhz, but only buying it because its the cheapest 8GB kit i could find. Not intending to run it at 1600mhz since you dont need much speed for running a storage server.
Here is a bunch of info I have collected over the past couple months. More than Phenom needs surely but thought others might find it useful as well.
MS "Virtual Academy"
Microsoft Deployment Toolkit
Server 2008 and 2012 Evaluation trial:
Server 2012 info:
2012 "Virtual Lab"
WHS Disk Management add-on (Sam Wood)
Free Training Vids (AD etc)
IT Free Training - YouTube
Virtualization software info:
Network Protocol "cheat sheets"
Synology DS212J Diskless System DiskStation Budget...
D-Link DNS-320 ShareCenter 2-Bay Network Storage d...
napp-it (Google that)
"virtual storage server with openfiler or napp-it"
Security (IPFire VM):
Home lab blogs:
VLANS + VMs (KVM)
Nagios/Splunk for Monitoring
Nessus - Vulnerability testing
"Incomplete Sys Admin Guide"
ordered the parts. Went with the Intel Pentium build. I just spent some time gutting out the dell. Still have the motherboard in there and such. ill make a project log of all this when the parts come later this week.
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