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    Canada [ebay] LQD3000 AIC with 6.4TB SSD (4x1.6TB) 599 CAD

    Toshiba 6.4TB NVMe PCIe SSD HH-HL ( 4 x 1.6TB NVMe SSD inside ) | eBay Site: PCIe SSD Storage — LQD3000 AIC PCIe SSD | Liqid, Inc. Specs: https://global-uploads.webflow.com/5ab1342d0735aa53115fca62/5d07b803fdf10fd84f958433_Liqid-Element-LQD3000-Composable-Storage-012119.pdf Level1Techs...
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    [ebay] HGST 6.4TB NVMe U.2 3DWPD HUSMR7664BDP301 $598.98

    Do you see the drive in the BIOS now? Did it disappeared during some intensive workload? Try to check OS logs.
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    [ebay] HGST 6.4TB NVMe U.2 3DWPD HUSMR7664BDP301 $598.98

    I'm not aware of any special settings, maybe others more experienced members will help... I will get these drives only in a month or even two to be able test them.
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    [ebay] HGST 6.4TB NVMe U.2 3DWPD HUSMR7664BDP301 $598.98

    I have this model non u.2 hgst drive working fine in x11dpg-qt, just plug and play, so I don't think that HGST device manager is required. From the specs of your board: M.2#1~2 are shared with PCI-Ex4 slot, M.2#2 is shared with U.2. Do you use this m.2 slot for OS SSD? If not, you can try to...
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    [ebay] HGST 6.4TB NVMe U.2 3DWPD HUSMR7664BDP301 $598.98

    This is nvme drive, should work out of the box. Supermicro even did mention this particular model here: HGST SSDs | Supermicro Servers Support PCI-E SSD Solutions | Supermicro How do you connect it to mb? Is it working with another mobos?
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    [ebay] HGST 6.4TB NVMe U.2 3DWPD HUSMR7664BDP301 $598.98

    From liqid datasheet: "The AIC also features enterprise-class power failure protection for increased reliability to prevent data loss and ensure uninterrupted work in case of power failure." This is interesting: so you can add 4x 2280 m.2s nvme to this card w/o PLP and get PLP...
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    [ebay] HGST 6.4TB NVMe U.2 3DWPD HUSMR7664BDP301 $598.98

    Looks like DCP1000: Kingston DCP1000 1.6TB SSD Review – 7GB/s beast! | KitGuru - Part 2
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    EU HGST 102 Drive JBOD £650 OBO

    Can somebody confirm that the minimum of 24 and 60 HDDs is really a necessary requirement for data60 and data102 respectively as stated in user guide? Which minimum amount of HDDs were in your JBODs?
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    [ebay] HGST 6.4TB NVMe U.2 3DWPD HUSMR7664BDP301 $598.98

    Thx for info. I have one 6.4TB PCIE drive currently working without any issues (just plug and play) in Supermicro X11 motherboard.
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    [ebay] HGST 6.4TB NVMe U.2 3DWPD HUSMR7664BDP301 $598.98

    Thx, I saw it, this is interesting too, but I'm too lazy and impatient to ask what exact drives are there :) Also despite it seems to be a legit listing, the seller's rating is only 36 feedbacks and no returns accepted. The item is in Canada and I don't know customs clearence nuances for US...
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    [ebay] HGST 6.4TB NVMe U.2 3DWPD HUSMR7664BDP301 $598.98

    I'm not in US and many items cannot be delivered to my country too, but I'm using mailforwarding service and it is cheaper to send combined parcels with exception of large items such as good cheap used server cases :)
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    [ebay] HGST 6.4TB NVMe U.2 3DWPD HUSMR7664BDP301 $598.98

    HGST Ultrastar SN200 PCIe SAS SSD 6.4TB HUSMR7664BDP301 SSD176 | eBay Sequential Read (max MiB/s, 128KiB): 3,350 Sequential Write (max MiB/s, 128KiB): 2,100 Random Read (max IOPS, 4KiB): 835,000 Random Write (max IOPS, 4KiB): 200,000 Mixed Random Read/Write (max IOPS 70%R/30%W, 4KiB): 550,000...
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    EU Mellanox SX6036 36ports QSFP €150

    There is a seller in Israel, that sells original cables in lots and accepts BO. Even with shipping the price is not bad. 4m 31$/ea with shipping: Lot of 5 - Mellanox MC2207126-004 Passive Copper Cable VPI up to 56Gb/s QSFP 4m | eBay 1m 27$/ea with shipping: Lot of 5 Mellanox MC2207130-001...
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    [SOLD] Dell 1.6TB SATA SSD (Samsung SM865) 2.5" -- $100/ea

    Same seller, 6 remaining, 100$ for each: Dell 1.6TB 6Gbps SATA MU Mix Use 2.5 SSD MZ7KM1T6HAJM-000D3 | eBay
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    NAS OS for NVME-OF and/or 100GbE

    Have you looked at spdk? (Storage Performance Development Kit) https://dqtibwqq6s6ux.cloudfront.net/download/performance-reports/SPDK_nvmeof_perf_report_19.01.1.pdf I want to try it by myself just for education purposes but have no time at the moment. I don't know is it production ready but if...
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    (Update 04-25) DFI DT122 (AMD RX-427BB) Industrial ITX T730-a-like; $99 shipped w/ 8GB

    Dimensions (W x H x D) 300mm x 75mm x 217mm (W x H x D) Weight 3.7 kg With packaging my parcel weights about 4.5kg.
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    [WW] WTB AGIGA9811-001JCB/MTA001A16BA-003

    Good that you have some progress with x10dri, hope it will work. My option for cables is only ebay, as I'm not in US or EU, so my chances are not very high.
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    [WW] WTB AGIGA9811-001JCB/MTA001A16BA-003

    Yeah, definetely not a "plug and play" tech =) But at least it works under Linux. Maybe other OSes don't have proper support/driver? As for me, it seems that I cannot find a cable. Part numbers: MTA001C00BA-001 and MTA001C00BA-002 (355 mm and 750 mm) from Crucial NVDIMM brief info. Available...
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    [WW] WTB AGIGA9811-001JCB/MTA001A16BA-003

    Just in case from SuperMicro support: ----------------------------------------- We would like to test NVDIMM on X11DPL-i, does ViKing 16GB NVDIMM (VRA9MRAB2K32PN4D) compatible? Any suggestion? ----------------------------------------- For SMC X11DP motherboards, please choose Agiga, Micron, and...
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    [WW] WTB AGIGA9811-001JCB/MTA001A16BA-003

    Ok, thx. But this is strange. If I understood correctly, you have some Micron NVDIMM-N Modules. And from product brief there is everywhere stated that their own NVDIMM is compatible to NVDIMM-N type per JEDEC definition, so I supposed that PowerGem must too. And you already have correct PowerGems...