Recent content by AugustaLemke

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    vSphere 7 Update 3 PSOD with Epic Milan 7443p and Asrock ROMED8-2T

    They are just so slow though... 1.0.0.3 has been out for months and a few of their H12 boards (non-ATX ones) have had the newer AGESA MilanPI since early September.
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    IR mode actually passing through drives?

    I recently purchased a H12SSL-CT motherboard with a Broadcom 3008 SAS3 controller. I booted into Linux and was SHOCKED to see the drives in /dev/disk/by-id. I had thought it was somehow factory default in IT mode but it was still in IR when I went to check. In my previous experience IR mode...
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    vSphere 7 Update 3 PSOD with Epic Milan 7443p and Asrock ROMED8-2T

    Thanks for posting that info. It's a bummer we can't go back if there's an issue for the BIOS so I guess I'll wait to update. In the meantime I'll just do the boot override (cpuUniformityHardCheckPanic=FALSE) to get U3 working.
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    vSphere 7 Update 3 PSOD with Epic Milan 7443p and Asrock ROMED8-2T

    I am getting this with a 7313P on a Supermicro H12SSL-CT.... Who do we need to call / get ahold of at Supermicro to get this fixed? I am running BIOS version 2.1. Did you use their official support portal? I was going to contact Supermicro but if you did already I don't see a point I guess...
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    H12SSL and Understanding Memory Rank

    Once I get my processor, I was going to get one of the Supermicro boards (H12SSL-CT) and throw in a lot of memory. I started doing the research on memory and found that Crucial only had the H12SSL-NT board for compatibility which I think is close enough...
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    Do EPYC Milan CPUs even exist for sale?

    At this rate, I fully expect shopBLT to push us into 2022. I am curious if you had tried ordering an HPE upgrade kit from Provantage... That seems like the way to go if you want it before the end of the year.
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    Do EPYC Milan CPUs even exist for sale?

    Strange, I have an order for a 7443P from shopblt ordered on 6/2. No email and I suspect there is more to getting it than when you ordered it. What they are doing is beyond me.
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    Do EPYC Milan CPUs even exist for sale?

    You put in a shopblt order for 7763s? I still have a 3/7/22 ETA on those and I put an order in back in July. No email yet here. When did you get an email?
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    Do EPYC Milan CPUs even exist for sale?

    It looks like they do dropshipping with HP. Was a signature required or was it just left at your doorstep?
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    Do EPYC Milan CPUs even exist for sale?

    Now that it has been almost a month, has anyone who ordered from Provantage gotten their processor yet? I took the plunge a few days ago and purchased one and there is no delivery date yet. I'm just trying to get a feel of how long it took to get.
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    Do EPYC Milan CPUs even exist for sale?

    How do warranties work with HPE/Dell processors? Say you had these in your ASRock or Supermicro boards and the processor dies and you need the processor replaced. Or you purchase it and you're getting all sorts of issues that point to it being a processor problem and you need to get it...
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    Do EPYC Milan CPUs even exist for sale?

    I don't think it's tied to a particular motherboard. The article says vendors store the public key associated with the private key that they use to sign their firmware. Motherboards only have the public key and the private key is typically stored on an airgapped network and used (by HP or Dell)...
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    Do EPYC Milan CPUs even exist for sale?

    I would assume they do factory testing of the processor in a board to ensure it works? Besides QA, you also break the chain of custody if you don't cryptographically sign it before it ships to the customer.
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    Do EPYC Milan CPUs even exist for sale?

    I just got off the phone with my HPE rep and they said that there are no efuses being blown in the 7001/7002 EPYCs which corresponds with when that article was written. Starting in the 7003 EPYCs they started blowing efuses and that they are now vendor locked. Zen 1, 2, or 3?
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    Do EPYC Milan CPUs even exist for sale?

    There is no way that worked in a Supermicro board. https://www.servethehome.com/amd-psb-vendor-locks-epyc-cpus-for-enhanced-security-at-a-cost/ That processor is vendor locked to HPE (which is why it is being sold as an HPE upgrade kit). I have to call BS on this one.