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    The onboard RAID is implemented with the Marvell SATA controller. Four SATA 6Gb/s ports AHCI or RAID 0-1-10 no cache.
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    Netlist is an OEM that sells to system integrators, so no support or warranty, but I have had good luck with their memory over the years.
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    A buddy , who is not into tech stuff, was in the same position. He manually unplugged his xbox 360 from his tv when he played a dvd. He thanked me profusely when i gave him an hdmi extension cable so he didnt have to reach behind to swap Like others have said. Check the used market. Lots of usable hdmi equipped recievers are being replaced because we want the latest hdr compatiple hdmi equipped sets
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    Just in case anyone has this problem, the solution was to install the latest Broadcom drivers - I used this https://www.dell.com/support/home/us/en/19/drivers/driversdetails?driverid=cn7mv&oscode=ws19l&productcode=poweredge-r430 and I am now down to around 2-3% cpu at idle. No idea why the Broadcom NX1 driver (cp031155) from the hpe site had such high cpu. -Jim
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    I have an X3421 Gen10 Microserver w/ stock 8GB RAM running Windows Server 2019 Eval. I did the standard install, then added HyperV and container support. This isn't part of a domain - nothing is set up beyond the initial install and normal Windows updates. The boot disk is an MX500 SSD attached to SATA5 with 2 4TB 3.5" drives in the cage. I was seeing ~20% CPU utilization for the SYSTEM process and ~22% for SYSTEM INTERRUPTS. I tracked that down to the vEthernet device. When I uninstalled HyperV and removed the vEthernet device it dropped down to ~12.5% CPU for SYSTEM and ~2.5% CPU for SYSTEM INTERRUPTS. Note that this is looking at the task manager performance tab. If I right click on SYSTEM and select Go To Details it shows SYSTEM taking about 6% CPU and SYSTEM INTERRUPTS taking about 2%. I don't know what causes this discrepancy. Running LatencyMon (for about a 30 second run) shows Highest measused time: 343 Highest reported ISR time: 33.8 (storport.sys) Highest reported DPC time: 212.3 (ndis.sys) Total hard page fault: 26 I'm not sure how to track down the source of the SYSTEM process CPU usage. I don't see anything unusual in the event logs. Truthfully I'm more concerned about the SYSTEM CPU usage, but both seem high to me for a server that is basically just sitting there. Is there something strange going on or is this just the cost of running Server 2019 on a relatively low performance CPU? This server is replacing Home Server 2011 on a MediaSmart EX495 and idle CPU on that was about 3-5%. I have installed bios ZA10A360, chipset driver WS2012R2_W8_1, AMD Chipset Graphic Driver 17.1.1, and the Broadcom NX1 driver (cp031155) - all from the HP site. Not sure what else to try. Is this normal for Server 2019 with no load? Thanks in advance for any advice, -Jim
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