Not that I am shitting on the e350 platform but;

a) Where are you finding 4 Gigabit port versions of the MB's with APU?
b) When I had one of these to test a few years ago they have some quite bad
Bus performance, which caused quite a lot of jitter/contension delay when
using PCI-E peripherals - would be interested to see some benchmarks vs the
Celeron/Atom 22mm process intel equivalents.

On 13 April 2018 at 02:47, jungle Boogie <> wrote:

> On 10 April 2018 at 16:09, Stuart Henderson <> wrote:
> > On 2018-04-08, Patrick Dohman <> wrote:
> >> As much as I’d rather not point the blame I found the APU platform
> buggy when running OpenBSD.
> >> Yes there are reports of stability with other O.S however subtle
> hardware/firmware bugs appeared on several OpenBSD releases.
> >
> > APU and APU2 are both rock solid for many people on OpenBSD. If seeing
> > problems there I would first look for hardware issues e.g. is the power
> > supply faulty, or are there any mPCIe cards that might be causing
> > problems?
> >
> >
> It's awesome to know how with the apu2's are running. The other boards
> from aliexpress are probably okay, but in the end, seem more
> expensive.
> What's been linked here from aliexpress doesn't include RAM or HDD.
> Here's a link to a github repo on setting up openBSD:
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