On donderdag 10 juni 2021 21:43:38 CEST Andrew M.A. Cater wrote: > Just get _someone_ to make a good quality 64 bit server which doesn't cost > the earth and works well with UEFI and relatively standard interfaces > and components. +1 > get something that looks like a performant mini-ATX / itx board and > can run forever at low power but in a standard form factor. +10 Right now it seems that the manufacturer of your SBC must also have all needed peripherals. CIP: I have a Rock64, but it has a heating problem. But for that device there's a tiny heatsink and an aluminum case, which acts/works as a 'giant' heatsink. But there isn't an option for a case with a fan for example. Possibly 'inspired' by my questions on irc:Pine64:#rock64, someone created a 3D printable top where one could attach a fan to the "Model B" Acrylic Open Enclosure, which I have (bought from the Pine Store): https://wiki.pine64.org/wiki/%22Model_B%22_Acrylic_Open_Enclosure Absolutely wonderful :) One 'tiny' problem though: I don't have a 3D printer. So my request also in this context comes down to: Can we have some standardizations? Including in form-factors and (thus) casings. Cheers, Diederik
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