ASUS XG-U2008 fanless unmanaged network switch unboxing & initial testing (4K/Camtasia 9)

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“ASUS XG-U2008 fanless unmanaged network switch – $249 gets 8 1GbE ports and 2 10GbE ports for my Xeon D two-node cluster”
https://TinkerTry.com/asus-xg-u2008-announced-at-249-with-2-10gbe-8-1gbe

For watt measurements, you’ll see at left the power the ASUS XG-U2008 is using, in the middle is the Supermicro SuperServer SYS-5028D-TN4T with Xeon D-1541 (8 cores), and at right is the Supermicro SuperServer SYS-E200-8D with Xeon D-1528 (6 cores), see all comparisons and more detailed watt (and sound) measurements at:
https://TinkerTry.com/intel-nuc-compared-to-xeon-d-supermicro-superservers#intel-nuc6i7kyk-supermicro-xeon-d-spec-comparison-table

Video produced using TechSmith Camtasia 9 on Windows 10 64 bit, at default MP4 output video quality settings, for new Project Settings Canvas Dimensions of 3840×2160. 4K unboxing footage from with iPhone 7 Plus on iOS 10.0.2. Camtasia Recorder used for Windows 10 desktop 1920×1080 recording seen near the end of the video, scaled up 2x.

Comments

Aaron Runkle says:

Badly needs VLAN and LACP capabilities. Still good to have another product out there on the market.

Andy Rhine says:

Just not enough ports or management to be really useful in a homelab. Need at least 3-4 ports to have to compute nodes and storage. Not having management is also a killer.

Kevin Newman says:

How is performance?

philip dias says:

4x 10gbe ports for the price would make sense…

Kice Ou says:

What kind of cable you are using for the RJ45 ports?

Shane Cook says:

But no test of the throughput, only that it connected at 10Gbit. Did I miss something?

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