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    That's a desktop memory, it shouldn't work.
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    I'm on the lookout for a deal on a processor so I've still got the stock processor at the moment. It's recognised as 1866MHz but operates at 1333MHz which is the standard memory bus speed for the G1610T.
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    Never made specific measurments. Didn't noticed higher fan speed compared to original Celeron CPU. The 1265L/1265Lv2 are the most powerful CPUs fitting within the maximum TDP (with original design cooling solution) according to the specification.
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    That should work. You can check the VMware compatibility guide to see if that Intel controller is listed.
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    I tend to use Intel based NIC's as they are supported by VMware. There are ways to load the Realtek drivers in ESXi. This is for your card in ESXi 5.5: https://tinkertry.com/tp-link-gigabit-pci-express-network-adapter-tg-3468-for-esxi-5-5-home-lab It appears the chip on your card is RTL8111/8168, here are instruction to load drivers for ESXi 6.0: https://communities.vmware.com/thread/506271?start=0&tstart
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    Thanks for pointing me in the right direction. So I need a SAS expander. As I was researching for more info about the topic, I stumbled upon this video. Pretty much sums up how it works. I'll just leave it here for everyone's reference.
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    It can support 16 through a SAS expander: https://www.ixsystems.com/community/threads/ibm-serveraid-m1015-cabling-to-support-16-devices.26066/ If you need another 8 drives and you have an open PCIe slot. You could just add another HBA.
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