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Potential server build using ThermalTake Core V1


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SFF server base $575

i3 

16GB

IPMI

 

Thermaltake Core V1 Extreme Mini ITX Cube Chassis,

Compatible with air and Liquid Cooling Builds (CA-1B8-

00S1WN-00)

Model #:CA-1B8-00S1WN-00

Item #:N82E16811133260

$49.99

 

TYAN S5533GM2NR-LE Mini ITX Server Motherboard

LGA 1150 Intel C222 DDR3 1600/1333/1066

Model #:S5533GM2NR-LE

Item #:N82E16813151295

$179.99 -$20.00 Instant $159.99

 

Thermaltake TR2 TR-600 600W ATX12V v2.3 SLI

CrossFire Power Supply

Model #:TR-600

Item #:N82E16817153166

Return Policy:Standard Return Policy

Mail in Rebate Card

$64.99 -$15.00 Instant $49.99

 

Intel Core i3-4350 Haswell Dual-Core 3.6GHz LGA

1150 54W Desktop Processor Intel HD Graphics 4600

BX80646I34350

Model #:BX80646I34350

Item #:N82E16819116994

$149.99 -$5.00 Instant $144.99

 

Crucial 16GB (2 x 8GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3

1600 (PC3 12800) ECC Unbuffered Server Memory

Model CT2KIT102472BD160B

Model #:CT2KIT102472BD160B

Item #:N82E16820148770

$169.99 

 

Subtotal: $574.95

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As schoondoggy says. Mostly. :)

 

IPMI is done with a chip on the board, and handled separately from the CPU. It's nice, exact that the remote console is usually handled via java... and with a self signed cert.

Intel vPro aka, Intel AMT depends on the motherboard *and* CPU for support. It uses VNC. It requires RealVNC Viewer Plus to do the power "button" and virtual media stuff. But it costs $100 for the Viewer Plus license.

 

Another thing, IPMI uses a dedicated NIC that isn't visible to the OS, and is why these boards tend to have 3 NICs. Intel's AMT shares the NIC and tends to have only 2. 

And sharing the NIC isn't necessarily a good thing. There is a known issue with the shared NIC being downgraded to lower speeds. Which requires rebooting to fix.

 

 

I've used both (IPMI on an ASRock RACK miniITX board, and intel vPro on a Supermicro board, model in signature). I can't say I like one over the other, really. I like that IPMI is free, but I hate using java.

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