Yesterday a Nekochan member kindly gave me an old Supermicro server. I plan to use this machine quite a lot, because it turns out that I have a pair of Pentium 4 Xeon HT at 3 ghz around and also quite a lot of memory. This is the motherboard of the guy:http://www.supermicro.co.uk/products/mo ... MS-6GM.cfm
It has an IDE controller and an Adaptec AIC-7899W controller for Dual-Channel Ultra160 SCSI. So, my plan is to use one of the PCI slots to put a card with SATA ports and install some modern hard disk drives on the server to store my data. However, I have a question regarding the HDD for the operating system and the applications. Do you think that it would be worth it to install 2x70Gb SCSI HDDs in RAID 0? I could even install a 0/1 RAID with four units. The noise and power consumption are not a problem, the server will be in a open office and I will not have to suffer it
_R12000A 400 Mhz
; 1 Gb RAM
; 72 Gb 15K HDD; IRIX 6.5.29
CrystalEyes; Dial Box; O2Cam "ZEYE"; external Toshiba SD-M1711 DVD-ROM; Octane speakers;
Lock bar; SGI microphone.
Mods: PSU Noctua fan; internal Toshiba SD-M1401 DVD-ROM; Adaptec AIC-7880P SCSI card.
Seasonic X 1250W PSU / Intel I7 2600k 4 x 5,00 Ghz / 2 x Gainward 2Gb GTX 560Ti Phantom 2 / 32 Gb DDR3 / Intel x25-M 160 Gb SSD and 10 extra Tb
875W PSU / 2 x Intel Xeon Harpertown 4 x 3,33 Ghz / 1 x EVGA Geforce 4Gb GTX 980 Supercloked / 32 Gb DDR2 667 ECC / Samsung 840 Series Pro 128GB SSD and 3 extra Tb