Saturday, November 24
- 100GbE just not getting the job done any more? Mellanox has a dual-port 200GbE card for you. (Serve the Home)
This is one of the factors behind the push for PCIe 4.0. This card - which will not be at all expensive by enterprise standards - needs more bandwidth than a full PCIe 3.0 x16 slot can provide.
As I've mentioned before, I mostly still work with 1GbE. Current model servers might be twice as fast as what I have access to, but current model networking is playing an entirely different game in an entirely different stadium.
- If you need PCIe 4.0 RIGHT NOW TODAY well, tough, but you can pre-order the Raptor micro-ATX POWER9 motherboard for $799. (Phoronix)
One PCIe 4.0 x 16 and one x8 slot, dual GbE ports, 5.1 channel sound (?), two memory slots (?!) and supports up to an eight core POWER9 CPU.
- AMD's Ryzen 2600X MAX and Ryzen 2700 MAX are exactly the same CPUs with the bigger Wraith Max cooler. (Tom's Hardware)
For... I don't know who these are for. But they only cost a little more than the standard edition. The 2600X MAX is a good budget overclocking bundle.
- How the Paris Accords are destroying the planet. (New York Times)
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