Just want d to find out recommend hardware requirements for Hyper-v Host

Planning implement new Hyper-V server with 4 vm's.
I bought a 4 bay Server which has 3.5" 600GB 15K SAS 12Gb Hot Swap 512n HDD with raid 5.
Also, this has M.2 CV3 128GB SATA 6Gbps Non-Hot Swap SSD.
 
Planning to install Host OS (server 2016) on M2 SATA SSD .
I am going to use the 3.5" 600GB 15K SAS 12Gb Hot Swap 512n HDD with raid 5 for VM's storage.
 
Host server only going to have the hyper-v role.
 
1) I just wanted to find out whether 128GB is sufficient for HOST OS ?(capacity)
 
2) 3.5" 600GB 15K SAS 12Gb Hot Swap 512n HDD with raid 5 is ok to store all my VM's ?(performance vise)
 
2) Performance vise RAM 16GB X4 TruDDR4 2666 MHz (1Rx4 1.2V) RDIMM sufficient to implement Hyper-V hypervisor
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Sajid Shaik MSystem AdminCommented:
it'd depend upd on your Hyper-V server roles...

for normal performance it's fine...

but still there are sum guidelines you may follow please check the following link

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-server/virtualization/hyper-v/plan/plan-hyper-v-on-windows-server
http://www.sallustio.ch/blade/Sizing%20guide%20for%20Microsoft%20Hyper-V%20on%20HP%20server%20and%20storage%20technologies.pdf

as well you can see the performance calc
https://wintelguy.com/vmcalc2.pl

for an idea..

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Philip ElderTechnical Architect - HA/Compute/StorageCommented:
Four spindles will yield maybe 250 IOPS per drive. That's not a lot for any kind of virtualization setup.

Go for four SATA SSDs to give a boost to IOPS, probably 10K to 25K per drive, and throughput which can be 250MB/Second and up per drive.

Go for medium duty drives such as the Intel SSD D3-4610 series SATA 2.5".

EDIT: A minimum of 64GB ECC RAM should be set up in the host.

I have two very thorough EE articles on all things Hyper-V:

Some Hyper-V Hardware and Software Best Practices
Practical Hyper-V Performance Expectations
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