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HP Microserver Gen 10 will start at $399

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HP says "less than $399" so $398.99?

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I wonder what AMD CPU they use?

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Entry level version will be a Opteron x3216 and the performance version will be Opteron x3421.

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I really think I want to get one this go round.  Last I had was the N54L. I need a Plex server and think ClearOS might do the trick.  HP should send me one to test! 

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Probably translate to £399....

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Do these server have the amd cpus based on the new EPYC? Zen technology or still the old and cpu Tech?

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I am thinking about a new network for my home and business. I have a full Meraki stack for business and I want to use the new Microserver  for Free Nas or Xpenology.

I am going to look into 10gb WD Red drives for the Microserver.

 I currently have two Microserver Gen8 running. One has Server 2012R2 running and the other is for the home network running Win10 pro, for my wife.

Does anyone have comments or ideas? I would also like to have a 10gb business network.

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I know this doesn't have iLO but does it have OPMA - the AMD equivalent of Intel AMT?

 

 I think without remote power on/off functionality, this will be useless for my needs. 

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I know this doesn't have iLO but does it have OPMA - the AMD equivalent of Intel AMT?
 
 I think without remote power on/off functionality, this will be useless for my needs. 

Good question, I have asked the beta team. The answer so far is no.

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Posted (edited)

23 hours ago, DaMenace said:

I am thinking about a new network for my home and business. I have a full Meraki stack for business and I want to use the new Microserver  for Free Nas or Xpenology.

I am going to look into 10gb WD Red drives for the Microserver.

 I currently have two Microserver Gen8 running. One has Server 2012R2 running and the other is for the home network running Win10 pro, for my wife.

Does anyone have comments or ideas? I would also like to have a 10gb business network.

I'd go for the 10TB size ;)

The only hope on the horizon looks like this company http://www.aquantia.com/products/aqtion/ ...

... but we are still going to need a 10GB switch from somebody. Expensive.

 

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