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Patriot DDR4 16GB (1x 16GB) 2666MHz SODIMM Single $55.75 Delivered @ Patriot Memory AU Amazon AU

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  • Capacity: 16GB (1 x 16GB) DDR4
  • Frequency: 2666MHz (PC4-21300)
  • (Two) 2 Rank Double-sided module
  • Format: NON-ECC Unbuffered; Pin Out: 260-Pin
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
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  • Looks like about the price everyone is charging for a 16GB DDR4-2666 SODIMM.

  • Literally been looking for this type of RAM today for my new OptiPlex 7060 Micro that’ll be running Proxmox. Thanks OP.

    • You using it for pihole? And all the other fun stuff?

      • All the fun stuff, I hope.

        Mostly just due to my Synology NAS running out of resources doing my Docker containers. So I will be running dedicated hardware for virtualisation, and Docker on top of it to satisfy the container requirement. With the added RAM, I'll be able to spin up a lot more test, development, and education workloads.

  • On that topic @iRMonkey, what's the benefit of ProxMox vs ESXi?

    • As someone who has used ESXi extensively at work, I just wanted something different to be honest.

      There's some technical benefits for my use-case, I suppose, in that Proxmox supports clustering and high-availability features out of the box, without bloating (and the cost), unlike vCenter. I've got 3x OptiPlex 7060 Micro's, so that part made sense.

      I'd recommend those people who are keen to homelab in the interests of learning and career progression, that they go the ESXi route because it's the gold standard of hypervisors in an enterprise environment. Proxmox would be almost unheard of as far as I am concerned.

  • @iRMonkey, thanks, I was just curious. Want to build an opnsense firewall, not a techie so for me whichever is easier to configure the networking is probably going to swing it. I think there's enough tutorials around for both, so might try it with proxmox first and see how it goes.

    Last worked on esx back in the 3.01 version but in those days I could get around because I know a bit of Linux.


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