Re: PC do knaclu, win10pro + tpm
Napísané: Ne 19. Jan, 2020, 20:40
Obhajuj si svoje, vyrasties, zistis. Teraz si myslis ze skladacky su top, ale ten cas musi tiez niekto zaplatit. Opakujem, casom zistis, zakladatel modely dostal, aj CP, obchodak u HPI partnera mu to spracuje raz dva. Ako som pisal aj na reddite, dospejes do toho stadia vo firemnom prostredi, hlavne ked kvoli jednemu nastaveniu v biose nebudes obiehat sto masin:
Well I am an sysadmin also, and across all customers we have deployed nearly 100 workstations including Z240, Z4 G4, Z6 and couple of Z8. We have companies doing things including 3D, CADs and Compute workloads. Out of these WSs, I have seen 2 fail, one was DoA, and second one is being picked up by /u/Voodooimaxx because it has "literally" no brain.
My customers demand stability and efficiency, overclocking is not an aspect of any of those. Maybe I am just really lucky that I don´t have to explain to my customers why ASUS boards allow this, why it has RGB lighting and their 3 thousand bucks workstation dont, why GTA V runs better on their GTX1080TI which costs 800€ and not their P5000 which costs 3 times more.
I replaced and IT tech there who was building custom machines using these kinds of boards and off the shelf equipment, he had to answer questions why replacement defective RAM stick did not arrive within a week of RMA process, why is AdvanceSteel crashing on the 3D model of chimney for Volkswagen that is being built, and in the last stage, why is company losing money when the "WS" is out of commission for more than a week.
Couple of years later after numerous data breaches, hardware failures on these machines, we as a new tech replaced all of these with certified hardware with onsite warranty, patch management is a bliss, replacement defective parts are replaced within a day, security is no longer a concern, and software is stable as rock.
And when I take a look at their board, I see VRMs from IR, not some intersil junk, I see infineon TPM chips, not intel software TPM, Xeon chips with PCIe lanes connected directly, not through some crap PLX chips as seen on "overclockable" machines.
So I beg your pardon, but I am not a customer here in terms of overclocking, never was. But telling me that some hardware is crappy because it doesnt allow overclocking is just a pure nonsense to me. Look at the component level, firmware etc. that these machines provide, you won´t get that with ASUS or any other company, WMI scripted bios, GPO controlled firmware updates, AMT etc.
Regarding PSUs, they are the same brand that ProLiant uses, so I really dont have to explain what that means. Just because it´s not modular, or doesnt shine like a chrismas tree, that doesnt equal quality, next time look at your Seasonic/Corsair PSU, and make it run self test on itself, or update the firmware of it, or run a reporting of it remotely weekly, good luck with that.