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PassMark Performance of Gen10 MicroServer BETA

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Joe_Miner

The Gen10 MicroServer compares very well to previous MicroServers and MediaSmart Servers

2017-06-04 PassMark Performance.JPG

I was in the following configuration for the PassMark test:

HPE ProLiant MicroServer Gen10 BETA 

  • 32GB RAM (2 x KVR24E17D8/16)
  • Windows 10 Pro x64 with HyperV enabled
  • OS Drive: SATA Port 5 – Samsung 840 Pro 256GB located in ODD bay
  • Data Drive: SATA Port 6 – WL500GLSA8100 500GB 10K RPM 2.5” HDD mounted on revised SDM 3.5 that I mounted on side of PSU
  • Data Drive: SATA Ports 1&2 in SW RAID0 2 x WD3000HLHX in drive bays 1&2
  • Data Drive: SATA Ports 3&4 in SW RAID1 2 x 2.5” WD10JVCX Red Drives in Icy Dock’s EZConvert’s in drive bays 3&4
  • Main Monitor attached with HDMI cable via : Passive “4K DisplayPort 1.2 to HDMI Adapter by Benfei DP Display Port to HDMI UHD 2K 3D Audio and Video Converter Male to Female Gold-Plated Cord” 
  • 2nd Monitor attached with HDMI cable via: “Active DisplayPort to HDMI 4K Adapter, Benfei DP to HDMI Ultra HD Converter”   
  • 3rd Monitor attached to VGA Port
  • Misc. Cables: 2 SATAIII, Dell MX714 Floppy FDD to SATA Power Converter Cable, SATA Power to two SATA Power Y splitter cable
  • SDM 3.5 (revised)
  • MicroSoft wireless Keyboard & Mouse

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Trig0r

How many threads does the CPU do, it has 4 CPU cores and 8 GPU cores but how does the OS see it vs the Xeon's 4C/8T..

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Actually if you look at what the Gen8 shipped with, iirc it didnt come with anything faster than the E3-1220, unless theres some newer figures around for the new SKU i3/i5 units that proves otherwise, so technically the Gen10 X3421 is the fastest official Microserver...

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1 hour ago, Trig0r said:

How many threads does the CPU do, it has 4 CPU cores and 8 GPU cores but how does the OS see it vs the Xeon's 4C/8T..

I believe it's a single thread per core (Kevin can correct me on this....)

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5 minutes ago, Trig0r said:

Actually if you look at what the Gen8 shipped with, iirc it didnt come with anything faster than the E3-1220, unless theres some newer figures around for the new SKU i3/i5 units that proves otherwise, so technically the Gen10 X3421 is the fastest official Microserver...

You are correct 

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Maybe a tweak on the core/thread part of the sheet then?

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