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wikimee's whitebox

by wikimee

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16 Comments

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CPU Clock Rate

3.5GHz

CPU Temperature While Idle

40.0° C

CPU Temperature Under Load

65.0° C

GPU Core Clock Rate

954MHz

GPU Effective Memory Clock Rate

1.35Ghz

Description

virtualization whitebox. she's not a looker, but never doubt the performance.

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Anything 3 points 29 months ago

:i what do you need all of that storage for....?

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Oliver 4 Builds 1 point 29 months ago

Does a virtualization whitebox mean something that takes a crap load of SSD storage or is this just one heck of a weird build? Other than that I guess its a nice build, if the whitebox thing doesn't take graphics. And isn't that just a bit overpriced Mobo? And what takes that much ram?

wikimee submitter 1 Build 2 points 29 months ago

it does produce high load to the SSDs when you have lots of VMs running sql server. i play pc games as well :) gotta find a mobo that can take 8 DIMMs and 64GB which answer the next question, for lots of VMs.

IamApropos 3 Builds 1 point 29 months ago

Wonderful Build I can appreciate such a professional build ;) ~ IamApropos

lol1759 2 Builds 1 point 29 months ago

Are those SSDs in a RAID 0 config?

wikimee submitter 1 Build 1 point 29 months ago

Yes they are, X79 RAID 0 performance is great. RAID 5 still lacks of the write speed. BTW, the RAID 0 is only for 4 x Intel SSDs, I could not remove extra 2 SSDs from the build list.

lol1759 2 Builds 1 point 29 months ago

Nice, nice. RAID is often a sign of quality building. It shows that you really care about squeezing every ounce of performance out of your machine.

saw1833 1 Build 1 point 29 months ago

Is RAID 0 failure rate more/less prominent with SSDs than it is with mechanical hard-drives?

wikimee submitter 1 Build 2 points 29 months ago

Unfortunately, I'm not sure about SSD RAID 0 data integrity. Therefore, I have daily incremental SSDs backup to the WD 4TB.

saw1833 1 Build 1 point 29 months ago

Keep posted if they seem prone to failure. I'm interested because I like the idea of that extra performance, but I can't bring myself to doing it because I don't have the cash to dish out every time I blow a part. :P

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rhandyrhoads 5 Builds 1 point 28 months ago

64 GB of RAM, 7 SSDs, hexa core proccessor 24 inch monitor and nice mouse. Why the 650 ti.

wikimee submitter 1 Build 1 point 28 months ago

not really into gaming :)

rhandyrhoads 5 Builds 1 point 28 months ago

I guess if your not into gaming even a 650 ti could be considered overkill. Yet again so could the first three thinks I mentioned.

entengo@gmail.com 1 point 27 months ago

What the hell kind of case is that some kind of refrigerator?

dtmhnl 1 point 25 months ago

I think you need more SSD's

kornitsky101 -1 points 29 months ago

It'd be a hell lot easier to just have one 2 or 3tb HDD instead of the SSDs, not to mention a lot cheaper.