Here it is, my home server build! The goal of this server was to run multiple virtual machines without having any resource issues. This is why I went with a dual socket motherboard, allowing me to run 16 CPU cores and 128GB of RAM.
I’ll discuss why I picked all the different hardware and hypervisor, as well as run some performance benchmarks to see how well everything performs. The information should help you when selecting the hardware to use in your next server build.
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Please advise me.
I want to build a home server to raise a small windows \ linux infrastructure (10-15 VM) for testing and training. I plan to use the Hyper-v hypervisor. I would also like to be able to run games on this server. How correctly I chose components. I apologize for my English :)
Motherboard ASUS Z10PE-D8 WS
RAM 4 strips of 8 GB each (in total 32 Gb) 8DDR4 8Gb 2133MHz Crucial (CT8G4RFS4213) ECC RTL Reg 1.2V in the future I plan to purchase 4 strips by 8 to make 64GB in total
CPU Intel® Xeon® E5-2620v4 (2.1GHz / 8-core / 20MB / 85W) in the future I plan to buy a second
Power Supply Corsair HX750i
2 SSD in 0 raid SSD SATA SSD-drive Kingston UV500 480GB, 2.5, SUV500 / 480G for hypervisor
2 pieces in 0 raid SSD Team Group T2535T120G0C101 120GB for workstation OS
Cooler DEEPCOOL GammaXX 400
Video card ASUS GTX 1070Ti
That's a dual socket board, so I think you'll need 2x CPUs from the start, not sure if you can just run one CPU only, don't think that works. Sounds alright in terms of CPU power, I'd probably want more RAM than that for 10-15 virtual machines, but depends entirely on your workload, otherwise sounds pretty reasonable.
Nice video I actually got lucky and snagged a simular setup except mine is a duel Amd CPU with super micro board 256gb of ecc ram I'm moving it to a Rosewil 4u chassis this weekend. Loving these videos.
Cannot stress the importance of triple checking compatibility before buying anything. I bought all but the RAM for my server before realizing how expensive the un-buffered, ecc stuff that my board requires is. Great video, I based my first gaming PC off a used e5-2670 in an Intel Extreme motherboard, and I only gained about 15% points in GeekBench by upgrading to the new i5-9600K (do not recommend).
So, why do you use Windows as a server software, instead of a form of Linux? Isn't Linux the de facto standard for mainframes and servers in our decade? And by the way, 128 GB of RAM is more RAM compared to a mainframe of the mid 2000s, or the world's fastest supercomputer from the late 1990s. I think any RAM above 32 GB is overkill, since stuff higher than 32 GB should be used for scientific computing projects such as fluid dynamics, or protein simulations such as [email protected] Also, how many GigaFLOPs can your server do (I know it can do over 58,000 MIPS, but the GigaFLOP is a unit of measurement for a billion calculations per second)? By the way, I love your accent, and that super cool rainbow LED server case of yours.
Cheers! Basically because Hyper-V is free and works fine (I guess linux options are by nature free too, but I was more familiar with this), ideally I'd use VMware but $$$. Depends what you're doing I guess, I have 32gb of memory in my laptop and it barely does what I need, at work I need to constantly run three virtual machines with crappy Java applications so it gets burnt fast. I don't really use the server anymore in any case, it was replaced by my Threadripper 1950X workstation, so same core count but single socket, faster, and more power efficient.
Hey Jarrod. I am planning dual x5680 with 24gb ram with Asus server mother board. Planning to put it with gtx 1060 6gb. Please recommend me psu. And can you tell this build can compete with which today's gen configuration. Please help me out. And any additional information. I am buying from aliexpress. And do tell me about bottlenecking. Thanks in advance
Hmm not really sure, I'd probably just go a 850W which would be overkill, but you can use a power supply calculator tool to try and get a more accurate idea. I haven't got experience with those CPUs, so check benchmarks of them and see how they compare to something like Ryzen/Threadripper, it might not be much more to get current gen stuff once you consider things like dual socket motherboard prices.
+Jarrod'sTech ive tested to world edit a super large area and it seemed to use 25% of a 4 core processor, ive heared you could run yams to use all cores.
Also you can run multiple servers in the same box if the server has bungeecord
I have just a question, and don't get me wrong... why? we have at work servers with 128 gb to 256 gb ram with multiple xeons but for vm hosting and SQL server and oracle databases with multiple instances, is that the reason why you have such a powerful machine? cause.. if it's just for some sql instance, web, ftp services is like using an AK47 to shoot little birds, I know you can afford, you have it, but isn't that setup a bit... overkill? Don't get me wrong please, if i could, i would like to have that sweet hardware, but still, i couldn't give it an entire use, besides the electrical bill....man even with 20 sql server databases the server i usually work with 128 gb has like 30 gb free ram, with caching enable already to speed up the database queries.
Basically I run the website https://www.rootusers.com/ and I used to write a lot of sys admin guides and tutorials, it was very good to have a large local environment set up with all sorts of different systems for testing (multiple VMs running, all sorts of snapshot roll backs etc), I also used it for making training courses which I sold. Maybe I didn't need quite that much power, but it was nice to have, either way I don't use this anymore as I have a threadripper 1950X workstation which is a fair bit more powerful. Mostly though it was just a fun exercise to make my first dual socket server.
hey jarrod sweet vid man! btw can those dual sandy bridge xeons edit 4k vid in premiere? Im really intrested In buying dual xeon 2670 workstation from Hp with 96GB of ram seems like a good deal...My i7 3770k too old for 4k video editing
Thanks! To be honest I moved to a 1950X system before I moved to 4K video editing so not really sure, I'd expect it to go alright for the editing process and then be pretty decent when it comes time to export though.
i need web server
1.easy control(only me)
2.security(easy and fast share websites file but protected from attacks and stealing information)
3.first have one domain then go ups to 20domains
4.less as possible sound
i thought about
Dell PowerEdge R610 Server
OR DELL PowerEdge SVP R200
OR Lenovo M92p Sff 90$,
OR Stacionarus HP dx2300 40$,
OR something else
Those seem pretty cheap, you'll have to keep in mind running costs like power, depending on how much that costs for you it can be quite a bit with those older rack mount models. I ended up running all my websites on a cheap AWS instance and it has far better reliability than any second hand server could ever offer me, especially with my Australian Internet 😉
Australian Internet isn't excellent, and power costs a lot here too, so it doesn't run 24/7. I use AWS for my websites, much cheaper and still capable of thousands per minute for a T.2 Medium with Nginx/Cloudflare and a good cache. I didn't benchmark this server with a web server unfortunately.
Australian Internet isn't excellent, and power costs a lot here too, so it doesn't run 24/7. I use AWS for my websites, much cheaper and still capable of thousands per minute for a T.2 Medium with Nginx/Cloudflare and a good cache. I didn't benchmark this server with a web server unfortunately.
Get a board with some sort if out-of-band management.
Definitely worth it for a home server - can do pretty much anything via the online web interface on my HP DL380 G10's including upgrading ESXi remotely.
It doesn't see too much action these days since I upgraded to a 1950X workstation, but for the most part I was using the VMs as a test environment for practicing pentesting, and also for my sys admin blog (rootusers.com).
Nice server setup. I'm not nearly that advanced. I have an old AMD FX 8320 running as a home server with 24GB of RAM. I'm running Unraid with 5 drives (total of 9GB space with two parity). It serves media to my kids tablets and backs up the network. It meets my needs, but I would enjoy playing with something like what you have!
alright then. good video. its hard to find anything server based on youtube. the prices are a little shocking on some parts but its nice to see that you gathered together some good stuff that will work together without being too proprietary! good work!
I know it is just for a server but it would be very interesting how a 16 core computer could handle some 2020 games with no GPU, but if i do need a server in the future this seems like the best way to go!
Probably pretty bad to be honest, Intel integrated graphics aren't the best and these chips are 6 years or so old already 😅 I use the integrated graphics just for navigating the operating system user interface but that's about it.
Thanks for taking the time to make this informative vid.
If this home server rig were utilized for movies and music, would one have to install a viable GPU? I love the idea of using these early-generation xeons as CPUs to serve users(family) in the house, but I’m curious as to how a low-end/high-end GPU helps?
No problem, cheers! If you're just doing playback I think you should be fine, you'll probably only really need a GPU if you're doing encoding or graphically intensive work on the files. Assuming there is some issue using the Intel graphics only though you would be fine getting a really low end GPU if it came to it for those tasks, but yeah basic video functionality works well for me!
hi there! could you please help me or guide me - i want to build a self made web hosting server for a heavy traffic website. what is best hardware and other resources need to, please describe me in full.
May I ask what the reason is? Will it be hosted in a data centre / rack mount? Or desktop like the one I did? To be honest for 24/7 operation it will generally be cheaper to buy a dedicated server from a well known hosting provider, especially once you factor in power / data costs and uptime requirements
Very cool. My amateur opinion is that it's overkill (as you mention yourself) but it's better to overbuild than underbuild, right?
I've just finished building my own home media server but since I'm very much a beginner to all of this I ain't brave enough to post a video like this one laying it bare. I'm sure I probably made a few dodgy choices when putting it together that people will rip me to shreds for. But it seems to work for my purposes anyway so that's the main thing.
Jarrod'sTech To build a budget pc it costs around 820$.
I5 8400 + Asus b360m-a + 100r + masterwatt 550w + vengeance lpx 8gb + Samsung SSD 250gb + LG mp68vq 1080p.
You must be thinking the PSU i choose is not good but ppl here can't afford hq ones. So there is a no chance to go for premium products.
Also, an i7 build would cost more then 2000$.
Thanks Jarrod for the info it encourage me to buy the same specs as below
I bought tyan motherboard along with Intel E5-2680v2 CPU and 32 GB of Memory. and purchased from local market a ThermalTake case core x5 to hold the motherboard as the size 12"X13" is not compatible with most
ATX cases, i want to say that i'm very happy with the quality of NATEX service, i'm enjoying the plenty of CPU cores and memory, even they make a full refund of shipment charges as the delay from shipping company. thanks again NATEX.us for providing that quality and insurance to your services. below the component used to build my PC it may help someone.
Motherboard: NATEX.us Tyan S7050
CPU: NATEX.us Intel E2680-v2 (10 cores)
MEMORY: NATEX.us 32 (8X4DIMM) GB\
CASE: ThermalTake Core X5 White Edition
PowerSupply: EVGA Supernova 850watt G3 GOLD.
keyboard+mouse: ASUS CERBERUS Keyboard and mouse combo
wireless CARD: tp-link 300Mbps wireless N PCI Express Adapter
CPU Cooler: Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO (supports CPU LGA2011).
Monitor: ASUS 24" GW2470
Speakers: Bluetooth JBL
Hello, I just bought the same parts and I'm curious which ram slots I populate first? I only have 4 sticks for now(getting more some day). I have looked and looked and either I'm blind or there does not seem to be any clear info on this online.
Almost bought the same today, MB+CPU you get for 350 Euro now add 640 Euro for RAM and you are fine to go with about 1000 Euro for such a machine, but i didn't because its high idle power consumptions scares me away. 150W idle for a dual socket mainboard seems to be the minimum.
I built a server using a dual socket 1366 SuperMicro X8DTH-iF motherboard with two Xeon X5560 CPUs, 96GB RAM and a Asus GeForce GTX 980 GPU. I use it as a gaming PC so the 96GB RAM is kinda wasted but 4K gaming is awesome. I also installed a custom water cooling loop and placed it all inside a Cooler Master HAF X case.
Hi i build the same system but with geforce gtx 1070 and 96g ram i couldn`t use more than 56g of them or i directly get blue screen , the problem from the day one i built this system i got blue screen i tried everything when i use 56gb of ram it works fine till i load more work on it it goes blue , the error code is (STOP CODE: NMI_HARDWARE _FAILURE) IN THE END I CONTACT ASROCK SUPPORT ABOUT THIS PROBLEM THEY TOLD ME THAT THE MOTHERBOARD DONOT SUPPORT WINDOWS 10 , PLEASE IF U CAN HELP ME OR KNOW SOME ONE CAN TELL ME ,THANKS
SORRY THE MOTHERBOARD I HAVE IS
No problem, yeah it does sound like a strange issue, especially if all the RAM sticks were validated as being fine, if it does happen with a new OS that's supported with latest BIOS and updates then I'd begin to suspect the board being the issue.
Jarrod'sTech but I am mostly sure that the motherboard is malfunction because lots of people have the same system and didn’t face those problem with windows a10 on it anyway I will try windows server and see what will happen
Thanks again for your cooperation
Have you tested Windows Server, or is it that the software doesn't specifically list support for it? From my own personal experience, you can install basically anything in Windows Server that you can in Windows 10, I think it's worth a shot, and if server is the only option, perhaps you could run a Hyper-V VM and run your application in there in Windows 10? Though not sure how much of a performance hit that would create.
Great build! Can you use all those cores and RAM with esxi 6.5 free edition? I thought vmware limits how much RAM etc. I have a home lab but switched to BSD for my home lab , I would love to go back to esxi though
I don't really know much about Minecraft myself, but from what I can see here, it seems to favour single core performance, so I'd probably look at a new CPU, perhaps even something mainstream like Ryzen 7, would be a fair bit cheaper than a full on server platform: https://minecraft.gamepedia.com/Server/Requirements/Server
Hey Jerrod's Tech, I've built same config and the rig giving me post error 1-5-4-4 and I think it's due to improper grounding. Could you please share me the front panel connection pins how you connected on the board?
I don't think it matters for those two, because all it cares about is closing the circuit to trigger the desired effect? Both of my cables aren't marked with + or - on either side, in any case here's the best photo I could get, not sure if that helps! https://imgur.com/a/oMIdj
I just went off the motherboard documentation for the S2600CP2J so page 23 https://www.intel.com/content/dam/support/us/en/documents/motherboards/server/sb/g54899001_s2600cp_p4000cp_sg_rev14.pdf is how I've done it. I've only connected power/reset switches.
Great build, thanks for sharing! I'd say stick with open source hypervisor, though last time I checked Xen was a dead end project. But then if you are simulating network equipment, say Cisco routers and switches, I'm not sure if VIRL or Gns3 would work with open source. I'd also look into drivers your hypervisor of choice supports for its virtual machines, and there you'd encounter a limit if you choose open source.
I really need some advice: I have a dual xeon 2609 setup with 16 gb ram nd v5900 sitting in a Dell T5600. Recently the PSU exploded and burnt. I really wish to move the entire CPU+MB+RAM+GPU into a new case with a better PSU( > 850W). It is quite hard to find a hardware spec and I do not know if I will be able to transfer it to a new case or not. Please suggest or if you have any info. Thank you.
Hmm it could be a server board, like SSI-EEB in this video, but yeah it could also be a proprietary thing made by Dell that no one else uses so you'd be very limited in cases, you might even just have to try and mod one yourself.
Hello, sorry to get back to you late. I opened everything part by part looking for information. The motherboard is propriety and the serial/model no. returns nothing about the ATX/mid-ATX/EATX information. I am lost with this pc,
You can just throw a GTX 1070 class graphics card in it (if you can find one at the right price - I had to dip down to an R9 380 I pulled out of my parts bin for my dual Xeon E5-2680/128GB RAM system) and use it as a standard workstation. If you want to game on it you will need some PCIe/NUMA optimization - bind the game to the processor that actually have the GPU plugged on it, or the QPI introduces a lot of latency (similar to the Ryzen CCU Infinity Fabric fiasco.) Also you should be able to render videos on this.
Seem a little expensive considering you can buy an actual expired server on ebay for the same price with better performance and redundancy. I can see why a small build looks better but I wouldn't say its economic for anyone. It's like you saw a gaming rig and then decided it's best purpose is to be a server. I can only imagine for your use that you'd use it to run a media centre like plex or emby and a file share SMB on a NAS to archive/backup data. If I'm honest vm doesn't really have any use as using a simple freenas setup can handle both services incredibly easy or whatever. Not to mention it can also work as a VM. Still though, great enthusiasm.
Thanks! It's got 2 physical sockets with 8 cores each, so 16 cores total. I do most of my video editing with the videos on my QNAP NAS, I recently upgraded it to 10GbE and put a 10GbE NIC in my workstation too 😃 the main problem now is the disk speed being the bottleneck haha, need an SSD NAS!
Jarrod'sTech ahh nice one man. If they were just old parts then fair enough. Though I wouldn't use free esxi if you have more than 4 cores. I can't remember how many you said you had. I'd use Windows or linix server because at least then you can dive into vm and lots of other things. Also it may have been more appropriate to spend money on things like RAID cards or on network NICs is more my point I guess. I say this because you could make a pfsense vm and isnted of. Using say a legacy router which may say it can handle GbE you'll soon realise that they can't actually maintain GbE over a network transaction. This is where expensive network NICs and pfsense would really boost you. Say if you archived 1080p videos on smb or editing 1080p on a network share. Still tho loving the effort and time you put into the videos and I did thumbs up
I didn't want a huge rack mount thing sitting on my desk being super loud 😛 I mostly use Linux/Windows VMs for testing things for work / writing stuff for my tech blog, although I don't really use this much anymore since building a 1950X workstation.
emmanueldenniss I have an hp workstation with 256 Gb SSD, 2 Xeon 2.8 Ghz (6 core each and 6 threads), 32 GB ECC DDR3, 2 nvidia gtx 760 and running windows 10. Gaming is great considering the price (500$ for everything) I am also running VMs (windows server, Ubuntu Sever etc)
You can definitely game on such a machine, but the xeons *will* be slower than say, an i7, and the dual socket config will also slow you down. Ecc memory should also be slower for gaming than non-ecc. It will work though.
You can install Windows 10 and use it as a normal workstation, you'll just be missing some modern features depending on what platform you go with, for example no USB 3 here. Although I haven't yet tested gaming performance (looking to do that in a future video) I have seen others game on Xeon CPUs with a decent GPU so it's definitely possible.
Excellent topic for a video.
Twice I've bought m/b+cpu+mem combos from Natex. When Facebook renewed their server farms.
Even when I add the 21% sales tax that my government demands, the total cost is still 300 - 500 hundred Euros lower than buying used from a shop locally. The more expensive the CPU and the more memory, the higher the savings.
And indeed the CPU stepping is the "tricky" bit when picking a combo or cpu.
hei there im building up a Web site with Ruby on rails, webgl, and going to do vr, simulation attacks like faraday, communitys and cripto mining meanwhile learn programming like bitdegree does so we are going to setup blockchain system and encription our data with AES also im going to do many other features and for start building my project i need a web server for host and keep my data from the modules, controllers and resources that has been created so i need to modify tables from the data base etc.
This home build server is going to help me out with that?
I think it's a good general purpose server and would be well suited for tasks like that. The E5-2670 CPU's have the AES-NI instruction set, which help speed up AES instructions so that will be useful for you.
+Jeevanantham Gopal sure, the phanteks Enthoo pro, and Enthoo primo ultimate both support the SSI-EEB form factor, so you should be able to fit a dual socket board in those, just double check the motherboard size against what the case supports first
I didn't really film putting it together while I built it outside of the parts I included in the video, what sort of stuff would you want to see? I have a couple of other PC build videos I need to get to that I've been putting off.
So I was never running more than 4 or 5 at once, but all up I have about 10 for different purposes and power them on as I need them. I run a sys admin style website and write blog posts there, so having lots of test servers where I can get things done for that is very useful for me. Otherwise I try to compartmentalize as much as I can as a general rule of thumb for security purposes.
The best way to check would be to monitor the resources of CPU, GPU and RAM and see which one is hitting its limits when you notice the slowness. In the latest version of Windows 10 you can see GPU usage in task manager limit CPU usage which is helpful. Otherwise tools like MSI afterburner which report the GPU core clock over time can be useful to see if you're being downclocked due to overheating, I generally use HWInfo to monitor temperatures, another thing to also check, as over time you could be overheating which causes the slowness.
Jarrod'sTech Thanks, one more question, I'm not a gamer person a bit confused of my system asus x99 deluxe i75830k firepro AMD W8100 build 2014, Most of the time working 3D work Autocad building services like pipe, duct, electrical containment etc. In my system if all services are loaded (drawings)my viewport like orbiting, span and move the viewport is getting slow, I'm not always rendering, I'm always in viewport work flow. My question is.. is it a video graphic or processor issue. When I saw your video with multi processor I just planning to build another pc. I will appreciate for my reply, I just want to nice and smooth work flow in my viewport. Thanks Happy Christmas and Happy New Year...
You can install what ever OS you like in general, if it's a server specific board it may be that the drivers for certain components only support specific server operating systems, however in most cases drivers that you can install in Windows 2008 R2 would usually work for Windows 7 too.
If I had the server on a public network like the Internet I'd definitely do it, but I just run it locally at home so I haven't bothered separating things out :P but yeah it's a good idea in that situation.
I found pretty useful my servers on a separate network as oppose to a flat network for several reasons. One big reason would be security. If the server get compromised by someone then the risk of them compromising other hosts is minimal because all your other devices are all on a separate subnet. The thought is really scary when you are hosting a web server to the outside world.
Another big reason for me would also have to be the lab aspect as well. There some services you can setup that might interfere with you main network like making a second DHCP server. If you planning on an active domain lab then you will need setup both DHCP, AD, and DNS. Creating a separate VLAN for that lab will save so much headache for you. If you are planning on doing Cisco labs then its absolutely necessary to have your lab equipment on a separate network.
I want to be able to run maximum 5 thin client PCs from the central CPU at the same time, out of which only one will be running graphic and processor intensive software. The remaining are for average laptop usage, like browsing the internet, streaming online video that is it.
For the most power hungry client PC I want 2+Ghz processing power, 8GB RAM(minimum), and a Nvidia GTX 1040 or above.
I have heard about VMware and Proxmox but I am still not sure which one is for me, and I don't have any idea about the architecture.
What sort of information do you need? I can give you tips with picking hardware and building the machine etc, but I don't really know what you're using it for or what software you plan on using for it, or how that client/server architecture will work?
+Ocean Man thanks! The 2680 is the next step up with a 100mhz increase. There's a full list of Xeon CPUs here, just look under Sandy bridge 8 core and look at anything above the 2670 https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Intel_Xeon_microprocessors
I've built a //NAS// with an Asrock J1900 motherboard populated with 8GB of ram. It's cheap, and powerful enough to run 3 linux VMs (I'm actually using them in semi-prod (like mail backup, development, personal stuff)), 2-3 plex transcoding and zfs without compression.
The base system is OMV running on Debian and the VMs are powered by VirtualBox (I don't really like it because of unexpected shutdowns after creating a snapshot).
I kinda want to use a proper hypervisor, but I've been informed that VMs performace are not that great, especially with CPU heavy applications like Plex. What do you think about switching to a hypervisor? Which one do you recommend for this kind of setup?
If you're comfortable with Linux, I recommend Proxmox hypervisor. It's free and open source. A great thing about Proxmox is that instead of running a full fledge VM for your Plex server, you can run it in a Linux container. Linux containers are a lot lighter and more efficient than a VM. You can even passthrough a GPU to help with Plex transcoding.
+Sandros I'd have thought a proper hypervisor would be more efficient, however I've not personally done any comparison testing. I'm still using Hyper-V server 2016 as it's free, but VMware have some good options too.
I have a server as well, (x3650 M3, that I upgraded with 2x X5675 CPUs, and 72GB of RAM).
Mine scores 1385 for the CPU score, so not as good as yours.
I only paid $159.00 for my two CPUs. $58.00 for 12x4GB Memory, $144.99 for the Server, and $182.50 on 5x146GB 15k SAS drives. So only $544.49
(The server came with 24GB already installed, so when I got 48GB for only $58 I was shocked at the deal)
you forgot the most important: wattage and power consumption costs. I bet those two CPUs and the platform suck up 200W IDLE alone which is insane. I am gladly using a 33W ryzen for that task (yes, whole PC measured on the wall plug when IDLE).
Jarrod'sTech lmao! I love the honesty Jarrod. Good to know this. I hadn't thought about power consumption but I intend my home server to be on nearly always. Therefore I'll have to consider this when I build.
Yeah seems to be the main improvement with most of Intel's CPUs over the last few years, more efficiency. I have no issue with this using a little more power, I only run it when it's needed rather than it being a 24/7 server :)
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