Hi all. I'm building a new home server to replace my two ageing, and noisy, Dell T3400 workstations and it would be great to hear your thoughts. My goal is producing a reasonably priced, good performing, VMware host server that is as silent as possible. Specs: 1x Lian Li PC-V2130 case (holds 15x 3.5" + 4x SSDs) - PC-V2130B 1x Supermicro X10DRi-T motherboard (DP and 2x Intel10GbE) - MBD-X10DRi-T 1x Antec HCP1300 Platinum PSU (Platinum rated and quiet!) - HCP1300 2x Crucial 32GB (16GB x2) CL15 DDR4-2133 ECC 1.2V - CT2C16G4RFD4213 2x Intel Xeon E5-2620V3 6 Core CPU - BX80644E52620V3 2x Noctua NH-U12DX i4 heatsink/fan (Narrow ILM) - NH-U12DX i4 2x LSI 8 Port 6Gbps MegaRAID SAS 9261-8i with BBU (from previous servers) - LSI00212 2x Samsung 840 Pro 256GB SSD (from previous servers) - MZ-7PD256 2x Intel I350-T4V2 4-port Ethernet Server Adapter (from previous servers) - I350T4V2BLK 4x StarTech 3.5 inch Hard Drive Mounting Bracket Adapter for 5.25 inch Bay 1x Akasa Flexa P8 ATX12V 8 Pin Power Extension Cable (not sure if needed) - AK-CBPW08-40BK 1x Akasa Siliconized Rubber Fan Pins - 20 Pack (to silence rear fan) - AK-MX003 1x Kingston DataTraveler Ultimate G3 32GB USB 3.0 (ESXi boot disk) - DTU30G3/32GB Notes: I'd get better performance by using 4x8GB for each CPU but I went for future upgradeability rather than best RAM performance. Still deciding what HDDs to get and what capacity, to build RAID 6 array. If anyone has put together a similar build and/or has any suggestions it would be great to hear them. Thanks.