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  • #11
    Cost?

    Can anyone recommend other boards that small with 2x Ethernet for home router/server?

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    • #12
      Originally posted by sireangelus View Post
      the true shock is seeing kaveri outperform the i3 4130 in several tests- i would love to have a deeper look at is since i'm in the process of getting one of these exact 2 models.
      But kaveri and i3 4130 are different kind of beasts (just to point out in case i misunderstood something .). This is low power AM1 socket platform for kabini SoCs - max 25 W TDP design for socketed kabini and maybe later AMD low power SoCs .

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      • #13
        Originally posted by bryceman View Post
        It sure would be nice to see the catalyst driver in the Kabini vs. Atom graphics comparison.
        I don't think that is good idea , but yeah Michael benchmarked E1-2100 with fglrx:

        http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...graphics&num=1

        http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...fedora20&num=1

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        • #14
          Originally posted by xnor View Post
          Cost?

          Can anyone recommend other boards that small with 2x Ethernet for home router/server?
          http://www.aaeonusa.com/products/details/?item_id=1657
          http://www.aaeonusa.com/products/details/?item_id=1751

          Both are low cost boards

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          • #15
            Originally posted by dungeon View Post
            But kaveri and i3 4130 are different kind of beasts (just to point out in case i misunderstood something .). This is low power AM1 socket platform for kabini SoCs - max 25 W TDP design for socketed kabini and maybe later AMD low power SoCs .
            the point is that i'm surprised to see steamroller leave up so well to an i3 4130

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            • #16
              Originally posted by MiKom View Post
              ditto

              Also, Michael, since you are running ubuntu 14.04 could you post output of command
              Code:
              cryptsetup benchmar
              ?

              I wonder what is encryption performance (handy with home NAS scenario) of this CPU since it's the first ATOM with AES-NI

              Thanks.
              As far as I know, this CPU does support hardware AES hence should be very strong in SSL benchmarking. is there something wrong in configuration, Michael?

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              • #17
                Hi, what chassis for a 2 x 3.5" HDD (standard but not slim) would you recommend ?
                I wan't to build a combined NAS & HTPC so the power consumption is the most important for me,

                thank you
                Last edited by adrhc; 11-18-2014, 01:38 PM.

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                • #18
                  Is it possible to boot last version of ubuntu from a sata III hdd ? I mean, I noticed in board documentation that it requires a specific version of windows sp in order to boot windows from sata III so there might be some specific requirements to do the booting with ubuntu too ?

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                  • #19
                    Originally posted by adrhc View Post
                    Is it possible to boot last version of ubuntu from a sata III hdd ? I mean, I noticed in board documentation that it requires a specific version of windows sp in order to boot windows from sata III so there might be some specific requirements to do the booting with ubuntu too ?

                    Yes you can run Ubuntu 14 without a problem on this board.

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                    • #20
                      Thanks drozek but youre answer is really vague. What I'm interested in is how one can boot Ubuntu. Should I use a SD card for this or I can install it on a Sata III hdd then plug the hdd to the board and it will work. It's an important distinction for me.

                      PS: the fact that Ubuntu runs fine with the board it's already obvious from the review so nothing new here.

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