SuperSpy wrote:I'd shove a 2-port 10Gb card in a PC with a high-mhz CPU and run pfSense on it before trying the early adopter lottery on consumer routers.
just brew it! wrote:whm1974 wrote:Waco wrote:Cray will happily sell you an XC rack or few hundred racks if you want it - it just takes a lot of coin.
And just for what will he use it for?
Doesn't matter. If he can buy it, it's a consumer product!
A Core i9 or an AMD Threadripper will still be a consumer CPU because I can purchase it, as opposed to a Cray XC supercomputer, which I cannot.
whm1974 wrote:OK you convinced me, it can be useful. Now what about DDR5?
Vhalidictes wrote:I'm not an expert but you really want to provide negative pressure. Ideally you want twice as much exhaust as intake.