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this is usually $200 and doesn't really have any competition. asus sells a rebranded version of this switch with a shorter warranty, but that's about it.

current price is $168 >Now $169.99 and stacks with the current amex 20% promo, which brings the price down to $134.40

i bought mine yesterday and it already showed up today. getting 800MB/s read/write speeds between my NAS and my workstation. My NAS is a QNAP with SSDs and an Intel X540-T2 NIC, workstation is running an intel X550-T2 NIC. the 75 foot Ethernet run in my house between these two made using monoprice Cat6A cable.


and yes, we all know you can buy old 10G server switches on ebay, but not all of us want a television sized vacuum cleaner running in our living rooms 24/7. don't mention it, we don't care.
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i have been working in IT for over a decade. yes i know what that is and no i don't want it in my house. it would cost me more money to tear up my walls and run a bunch of 1G lines to bond together than it would to buy like 10 of these switches.

the one, single reason i bought this switch is to avoid link aggregation. go pretend to be smart somewhere else.



another one. what a ridiculously dumb post. you are right, you won't pay $50 for it because no one will sell you a new switch with 10G ports anywhere near that price anytime in the foreseeable future. you were never in danger of getting such a deal so you have nothing to worry about, aside from your cognitive abilities.
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So are you able to suggest a switch with 10Gbps ports for $50?
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I got the managed version of this a while ago and pretty happy about it. I was worried it won't be able to work at 10gb over a 30+ ft cat5 ethernet cable but it did and without any errors while load testing it

Another option to consider are:
Mikrotik CRS305-1G-4S+IN ( 1gb ethernet + 4 SFP+) $130
Mirkotik CRS309-1G-8S+IN (1gb ethernet + 8 SFP+) $240

These can run the Full router software (RouterOS) and work as a L3 switch but not at full capacity, or the SwitchOS that is simpler and faster

Take into account that you will need the SFP+ adapters for each port, Ethernet 10gb cost about $35 each and Fiber about $10 each
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I have this, rock solid, have qnap 10gb nic and my gaming rig with asus AREION 10GB, transfer 30gb games really really fast. Pc runs 4 ssd raid-0
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Pc runs 4 ssd raid-0
This is off topic, but can I ask what exactly is your setup? Are those NVMe SSDs in RAID-0?

I've recently put together my new x299 workstation and am booting Windows 10 from 4x 512GB Intel 760p M.2 NVMe SSDs in RAID-0 w/ an ASUS Hyper M.2 x16 PCIe card with Intel VROC (Virtual RAID on CPU) support.

I'm getting something like 4-6 Gbps transfer speeds, so I'm now in the market for some 10GbE networking equipment. I was hoping for slightly better performance from the VROC setup based on the few benchmarks I've seen posted around the web.

I'm guessing the better results I've seen are because they were able to use faster individual NVMe drives w/ VROC on the Intel server platform (VROC support on x299 is supposed to be limited to certain Intel NVMe drives).
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This is off topic, but can I ask what exactly is your setup? Are those NVMe SSDs in RAID-0?

I've recently put together my new x299 workstation and am booting Windows 10 from 4x 512GB Intel 760p M.2 NVMe SSDs in RAID-0 w/ an ASUS Hyper M.2 x16 PCIe card with Intel VROC (Virtual RAID on CPU) support.

I'm getting something like 4-6 Gbps transfer speeds, so I'm now in the market for some 10GbE networking equipment. I was hoping for slightly better performance from the VROC setup based on the few benchmarks I've seen posted around the web.

I'm guessing the better results I've seen are because they were able to use faster individual NVMe drives w/ VROC on the Intel server platform (VROC support on x299 is supposed to be limited to certain Intel NVMe drives).
i tried going vroc with 970 evos as people claimed it work but i never successfully got it to detect the drives. At the time i recall the 760s were mid range performance against the eqivilent pm981s but those were damn expensive. This x299 rig ended up being as esx server for I/O sensitive workloads.
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I got the managed version of this a while ago and pretty happy about it. I was worried it won't be able to work at 10gb over a 30+ ft cat5 ethernet cable but it did and without any errors while load testing it

Another option to consider are:
Mikrotik CRS305-1G-4S+IN ( 1gb ethernet + 4 SFP+) $130
Mirkotik CRS309-1G-8S+IN (1gb ethernet + 8 SFP+) $240

These can run the Full router software (RouterOS) and work as a L3 switch but not at full capacity, or the SwitchOS that is simpler and faster

Take into account that you will need the SFP+ adapters for each port, Ethernet 10gb cost about $35 each and Fiber about $10 each
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I got the managed version of this a while ago and pretty happy about it. I was worried it won't be able to work at 10gb over a 30+ ft cat5 ethernet cable but it did and without any errors while load testing it

Another option to consider are:
Mikrotik CRS305-1G-4S+IN ( 1gb ethernet + 4 SFP+) $130
Mirkotik CRS309-1G-8S+IN (1gb ethernet + 8 SFP+) $240

These can run the Full router software (RouterOS) and work as a L3 switch but not at full capacity, or the SwitchOS that is simpler and faster

Take into account that you will need the SFP+ adapters for each port, Ethernet 10gb cost about $35 each and Fiber about $10 each
I've been using the Mikrotik CSS326-24G-2S+RM for about a year and a half. Fiber really is the better option. the NICS are super cheap. I didn't realize the 4 SFP+ port switch came out that cheap. I'm probably gonna have to get one and put more devices on fiber now.
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This is off topic, but can I ask what exactly is your setup? Are those NVMe SSDs in RAID-0?

I've recently put together my new x299 workstation and am booting Windows 10 from 4x 512GB Intel 760p M.2 NVMe SSDs in RAID-0 w/ an ASUS Hyper M.2 x16 PCIe card with Intel VROC (Virtual RAID on CPU) support.

I'm getting something like 4-6 Gbps transfer speeds, so I'm now in the market for some 10GbE networking equipment. I was hoping for slightly better performance from the VROC setup based on the few benchmarks I've seen posted around the web.

I'm guessing the better results I've seen are because they were able to use faster individual NVMe drives w/ VROC on the Intel server platform (VROC support on x299 is supposed to be limited to certain Intel NVMe drives).
using ocz trion 150's, my mobo has on-board raid(asus hero vi)(4790k), yes still on my peasant 4-cores, games run great tho
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I just bought this yesterday:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1

It's larger, but also has PoE in case I need that in the future.

Other than size, is there a reason I should get this instead? I'm not an expert on this stuff.

Thanks in advance.
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I just bought this yesterday:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1

It's larger, but also has PoE in case I need that in the future.

Other than size, is there a reason I should get this instead? I'm not an expert on this stuff.

Thanks in advance.

This switch has 2 10G ports, the one you purchased has 0. If you don't know that you need 10G ports you probably don't.
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I just bought this yesterday:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1

It's larger, but also has PoE in case I need that in the future.

Other than size, is there a reason I should get this instead? I'm not an expert on this stuff.

Thanks in advance.
That should be enough for most devices that are 1gb. The one in ops post is 10G speed capable. These are usually used for connecting to a file share server or as a backbone in case of home use. You will need a 10G capable device / network card to take advantage of that too
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I just bought this yesterday:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1 [amazon.com]

It's larger, but also has PoE in case I need that in the future.

Other than size, is there a reason I should get this instead? I'm not an expert on this stuff.

Thanks in advance.
I need 10G. I have a 100tb file server. I will only buy managed switches going forward too. I haven't found a proper switch with 10G and POE so I'll stick with keeping them as two different units or if there's not too many devices using the injectors. I'm at 15 POE devices presently so I have two 8 port POE switches. One on each side of the house. 4k cameras can pretty quickly saturate a 1gb link if you have like more than 5 on one side of the house so I have two different NVR's to prevent having to run fiber between my two "nodes"
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A net gear harmonica from the picture
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I have a QNAP TS-453mini with an SSD for a read cache.... can I make use of this? I think there is a USB adapter that I can use for a 5Gbe ethernet port on the QNAP.... but how well does that work?

Probably a waste of money in my case but I'm curious.
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