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On Wed, 4 Jan 2017, Tom via list wrote:
On 04/01/17 14:02, Gordon Henderson via list wrote:Its the Pi3 *with decent IO * that is Â100 more. I've tried one of my Pi3s and it isnt much faster than the zero on the same job.On Wed, 4 Jan 2017, Tom via list wrote:I was hoping for well under Â100 - I'm using a pi -zero at the moment and while it runs pretty well IO is getting to be a concern. I'd love a Pi3 with decent IO but that seems to cost Â100 more for no reason!I don't understand why you think a Pi v3 is Â100 more than a Zero. It's precisely Â20 more where I buy them from. The Pi 3 has on-board Wi-Fi, however it's limited to 40Mb/sec.The USB IO speed is identical to that on the Pi Zero. The CPU clock is much quicker, asd is the RAM speed, so that will help a little.Personally I'd not use a Pi as a home server for many reasons, other than for academic purposes. ie. it'll work, but ...I use Intel Atom systems. They're under 15W + disk power now and performance is more than adequate. If you want something ready made, look for the HP Microervers - there are often Â100 cashback deals on them and they have a good spec.Gordon
Sorry - I'm not aware of a Pi 3 with decent IO. The Pi v3 hasn't changed snce it came out almost a year ago.
However I'm currently out of the country, so might have missed omething in the past few days - got a link?
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