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On ‎23‎/‎06‎/‎2017 at 8:45 PM, Dave said:

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! 

I've been thinking of streaming 4K ...

... but it took me  a lot of investigation to get bit-perfect audio playback on Windows with all the variants in media types and sources.

Anyone got a good handle on all the issues? Codecs VP9,H265; protection HDCP; signalling displayport whatever version; HDR; refresh rates; ...

 

Eventually got everything sorted with a LINX 1010E tablet @ £99 refurb from ebay.

Experimenting with a CHUWI Hi13 tablet (love the screen size and quality) @ £260 new for video.

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On 24/6/2017 at 0:39 PM, Trig0r said:

Probably translate to £399....

 

The Gen8 is £120 after rebate in the UK. If the Gen10 is a 'cost cutting' model (many features taken out) do you think it will eventually reach £99 or lower in the UK?

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No, the "after rebate" cost is in no way, IMHO, an indication of what cost the Gen10 will be.

 

The Gen8 is currently, as I can find it, around the £190 mark for the G1610T, 4Gb RAM, no optical and no HDD's.

 

 

I've asked my supplier what Gen10 stuff he has, if any..

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:D

Won't be buying them from there at that price lol

 

Gen10 Entry (X3216, 8Gb, 0Gb) £294

Gen10 Entry (X3216, 8Gb, 1Tb) £330

Gen10 Performance (X3421, 16Gb, 0Gb) £427

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On 6/24/2017 at 0:22 PM, alex1002 said:

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

Sent from my LG-H831 using Tapatalk
 

They are not Zen technology. They are part of the Opteron APU line:

http://www.amd.com/en/opteron

 

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21 hours ago, Trig0r said:

No, the "after rebate" cost is in no way, IMHO, an indication of what cost the Gen10 will be.

 

The Gen8 is currently, as I can find it, around the £190 mark for the G1610T, 4Gb RAM, no optical and no HDD's.

 

 

 

So basically it's a good idea to snap up the Gen8 at those prices while stocks last...?

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You could do if you can find them at a decent price and then get the rebate put through before it ends as they tend to run for a certain amount of time...

 

Once they're all gone the second-hand market might improve a bit and I can sell mine lol

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Bought mine from newegg for $381

 

Price is higher for the early adopters, I'm sure there will be better deals in a year or so but I needed a new server now.

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13 hours ago, koth said:

Bought mine from newegg for $381

 

Price is higher for the early adopters, I'm sure there will be better deals in a year or so but I needed a new server now.

Can you post a link to the model you bought?

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