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SAS and nvme are completely different interface protocols. You need a SAS hba, like the 9440 you ordered.
I've never heard of converting a SAS drive to nvme like this. I don't think this will work.
According to the data sheet 274-350W.
Says "For parts or not working" right in the listing. I suppose there is a chance you could get a good one, too much of a gamble for me.
You could also keep an eye out for a CSE-836 barebones chassis, that accepts full height cards too.
If you are dead set on V2 then I'd just buy a new barebones chassis/mobo for the 2667 procs, then migrate your existing server over. I know you...
Whats your goal? No matter what route you take here you'll be selling something (either your old motherboard, old chassis, or the new...
Yes, to answer your question then. I have used Niagara.
What is your question?
I'm happy to report the AXXRMM4LITE2 worked on my S2600CP2 :) Looks like its the exact same part as the AXRMM4LITE. Hopefully this helps someone...
Well I'm curious enough to order one and try it.. will report back with my findings
I know, $100+ for unlocking kvm support that is already on the motherboard is ridiculous. I see a buy it now on a AXXRMM4LITE2 for $30 I might...
Since the AXXRMM4LITE module has been discontinued for some time, it becoming harder to source. My question is does anyone know if the...