Selling a new in box never used asrock rack X570D4I-2T itx motherboard.
Picked this up a couple of months ago however plans have changed and that project has been put on the backburner for a while.
Asking 450$ CND plus shipping
Ubiquiti has a 28x 10gb sfp+ and 4x 25gb sfp28 L3 switch currently in their beta store which has a max power draw of 100w
i Will be interested in any thoughts or results you can provide as this is something my father and I have been waiting for since he lives pretty much in the middle of the bush and while he can get a crappy dsl connection he is lucky to get 1.5-2mbs on a good day. So far everything I have seen...
how Many it can see will depend on the bifurcation support of the motherboard
yes you could try to do it that way and see if both cards would work. Worst case you would just need to use one of the chipset connected pcie slots for the video card
Even in your second pic It lists m2 cpu raid as the use for 4/4/4/4 which tells Me that it should see all 4 nvme drives. Also in your first pic it is referencing the m2 xpander z so it should work without any issues as that is a supported config
It should see all 4 drives if split to 4/4/4/4. Alternatively you could get a add in card that uses a pcie switch on it and it would do the spitting rather than having the bios do the bifurcation however these cards cost a lot more than the dumb ones like the onemlinked above
the bifurcation option is normally used to allow a single slot to be split up for use on a single card such as when using an add in card that can hold multiple nvme m2 drives as a number of these do not have pcie switches built into them
i am going to take a guess that your pcie-1 would be the...
Would anyone be able to confirm the max length of pcie Card that would fit in this. Might have found an interesting option providing there is room for it. Synology has a pcie 3.0 x8 card with 10gbe and dual m2 22110 slots