- Feb 20, 2019
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|System Name||Bragging Rights|
|Processor||Atom Z3735F 1.33GHz|
|Motherboard||It has no markings but it's green|
|Cooling||No, it's a 2.2W processor|
|Video Card(s)||Gen7 Intel HD (4EU @ 311MHz)|
|Storage||32GB eMMC and 128GB Sandisk Extreme U3|
|Display(s)||10" IPS 1280x800 60Hz|
|Audio Device(s)||Apparently, yes|
|Power Supply||Samsung 18W 5V fast-charger|
|Mouse||MX Anywhere 2|
|Keyboard||Logitech MX Keys (not Cherry MX at all)|
|VR HMD||Samsung Oddyssey, not that I'd plug it into this though....|
|Software||W10 21H1, barely|
|Benchmark Scores||I once clocked a Celeron-300A to 564MHz on an Abit BE6 and it scored over 9000.|
I voted yes, but not for SFP+ ports.I am looking to see if people care if motherboards have 10Gb LAN.
Home users typically don't want the noisy rackmount switches that have 10GbE SFP+ and few homes, if any, are wired with fibre patch panels. SFP transceivers are also pretty expensive and the cheaper TwinAx copper DAC cables are short and inflexible.
10GbE over CAT6a will run up to around 37m I think which is a perfectly usable distance for your average consumer.
This is just my opinion, but home ethernet is either WiFi or RJ45 ethernet socket. For those few instances where people actually need 10GbE via an SFP+ port, then just put an add-in card in. That's what all those empty PCIe slots on the motherboard are for.
On a side note, I just wish more decent, cheap 2.5Gb switches existed. They're coming soon with new, cheaper SoCs but they're at least 5 years overdue and hindering the adoption of 2.5Gb.