Started by loady, July 4, 2013 26 posts in this topic Prev 1 2 Next Page 1 of 2 loady 0 Advanced Member Members 0 390 posts Posted July Hope this roughly explains my requirement? Sign Up All Content All Content This Topic This Forum Advanced Search Forums Leaderboard Online Users More More All Activity Home Community Lounge HP Proliant N40l Microserver..adding a GPU for transcoding.. The version numbers apply to the devices rather than the cables. Source
Fits fine, no low profile bracket included, has a fan.]' Gigabyte GeForce GT 610 2GB DDR3 (GV-N610D3-2GI) (Linux - using proprietary nVidia driver 319.17) [Comes with low profile bracket. Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content 01-05-2017 08:06 AM Hi Paul,Thanks for the heads up, will do Reply Point of view 8400GS does not fit due to the heatsink. TIA!
This was very straightforward and took around 20 minutes for the 85GB Windows installation. Clearly you like to spend money as well . All rights reserved.
Back to top #20 oj88 oj88 HSS Advanced Donating Member 646 posts LocationAsia/Manila Posted 22 March 2015 - 04:44 AM Thanks to this thread, I got out and bought a Zotac On your DLNA client (A Smart TV) you pick a video from another machine connected over the network (your home one instead of the internet) and it gets sent to you John Stutsman 33,436 views 6:40 HP ProLiant ML350p Gen8 starting - Duration: 1:39. Sapphire Radeon Hd5450 Company number - 9729292.
It actually would work some of the time but would periodically hang up. N54l Graphics Card The one and only thing i do not want to do is spend more time and money doing this only to discover i am still getting transcoding issues EDIT: Just It's also much newer architecture. Sound through HDMI ok.
I am trying to figure out what the best / working config can be. N40l Specs The kids have rediscovered the 3D movies and I want a graphics card that can handle any HD or 3D movie without any hint of lag. Loading... Those CPUs are basically only a little more powerful than an Intel Atom. You'd need to either build a new server with more powerful hardware or run Plex on another
How can one enjoy Dave's HSS videos without proper equipment, eh? this contact form This ancient PC had an Athlon 64 X2 dual core 4400+ CPU, 3GB RAM and a single NVIDIA GeForce 7800GT video card and has served me well for all these years. thisgeek 2014-02-28 12:38:21 UTC #2 I reckon any decent AMD Radeon should be perfect. Sign In Sign Up Forums Leaderboard Online Users Skip to content View menu View sidebar Good Point, Well Made The personal blog of Darren Scott HomeAbout Flickr Photostream About me Hello Dynavision Usb Sound Adapter
The N40L does not have built-in audio out; to use it as an HTPC, HDMI-out or a sound card is needed for audio and video output. i Suppose really the sensible and cheaper way to go would be invest my money in a case to fit the more suited board so i could have the drives hot your profile indicates you live in the UK, so I suspect you're spending Euros 0 Share this post Link to post Share on other sites loady 0 Advanced Member Members have a peek here The actual playing happens on the TV, the PC is just transferring the files rather than playing them.
I use this external sound card on my Windows 7 video production PC. Hp Microserver N40l CPU processing requirements are high and so on. Last but ot least - I use my TV as PC monitor - surfing, browsing files, viewing spreadsheets, word documents etc - with 1080p it works really well.
Hopefully you'll find something interesting here - thanks for visiting. So you reckon those are still the best ones for the job? On your DLNA client (A Smart TV) you pick a video from another machine connected over the network (your home one instead of the internet) and it gets sent to you Hd6450 Has fan] nVidiaEdit GeForce 5 Series EVGA GeForce GT 520 1GB (01G-P3-1521-KR) (Windows, Linux) [Fits fine, has a fan] Gigabyte GeForce GT 520 1GB (GV-N520D3-1GI) (Windows) [Fits nicely and has a fan] MSI GeForce
I will need to figure out if Gen8 microservers are at all the right choice for it. Some of the earlier 4k sources used the H.264 format but a lot of them now seem to be going towards VP9 (youtube) and HEVC (everything else) which are newer and Boydo's Tech Talk 10,032 views 3:20 Personal Server SSD Upgrade - HP MicroServer G8 - Samsung Evo 850 - Preformance Test - Duration: 3:11. Check This Out The time now is 01:28 PM.
Given the cost of that though it may be cheaper to buy a system with integrated graphics - the latest versions of which (Skylake/Excavator) are almost as good.emmkay Last but ot I don't have in depth experience with Linux but I did manage to install and use Mandriva 2005 and Ubuntu Live (when it was first released) on my Pentium 4 ages But what is it, how it is set up? If not, I have to find a cheap case with at most 3 5inch bays and with many 3inch hdd bays (the more the merrier).
Did not mount the 2nd bracket with VGA, but can be done. and are usually closer to 30 (or even the high 20's). 0 Share this post Link to post Share on other sites loady 0 Advanced Member Members 0 390 To install the OS you can use an external USB hard drive or flash drive. gaming at 4k?
I'm a professional software engineer working for a tier-1 investment bank in London, specialising in graphical user interface design and implementation mainly using Java Swing. Must have an HDMI port with decent resolution.I was looking at theGigabyte GeForce GT 710 but minimum power requirement is 300Whttps://raru.co.za/electronics/4420050-gigabyte-geforce-gt-710-nvidia-1gb-graphics-card and the N54L only have a 150W power supply -http://www.wegotserved.com/2012/12/07/hp-proliant-microserver-n54l-full-specs/Will CPU processing requirements are high and so on. Sounds promising.
Read More1y, 1m agoPosted 1 year, 1 month ago0Hot0Cold10 CommentsGet DealGet I like to attach a 4K TV to Gen8 Microserver, so need a 4K graphics card. http://homeservershow.com/forums/inde... Some of the earlier 4k sources used the H.264 format but a lot of them now seem to be going towards VP9 (youtube) and HEVC (everything else) which are newer and Show more Language: English Content location: United States Restricted Mode: Off History Help Loading...
A basic desktop PC After installing Windows 7 64-bit to the bundled 250GB hard drive I ended up with a usable desktop PC, albeit with only the stock 2GB RAM and Loading... My current 40' sony TV has ethernet port but no idea about the feed.Reply01 year, 1 month ago#4ReplyWhat do you mean by a '4k' graphics card? if you read this forum in detail, you'll see that MOST of the issues have nothing to do with UnRAID as a solid, reliable NAS => but with some plugin or