You will not see the P2000 listed in the bios specifically. I’m not aware that you’d see any GPU in the BIOS.
but if you want to get full display through it you’ll have to change the default VGA output from Internal to External. (Or Offboard vs Onboard, I forget the exact verbiage the SM boards...
Density. Noise. Ability to move the heat where I want it by moving the radiator.
I have a 7x Titan V system already (). Pretty much bought out all of Performance-PCS entire remaining stock on clearance. And no one else seems to have any in stock. So I figured my best chance is probably second...
looking for at least two, maybe more
EKWB EK-FC waterblock for the Titan V.
can be the Plexi+Nickel, or Acetal+Nickel, either is fine
BNIB is a plus, but not necessary. Used is ok as long as you have the single slot I/O bracket and the thermal pads and it doesn't leak or anything
I thought @CyklonDX said you cannot connect these 8611 connections from the AOM-SXMV directly to a PCIe slot. you have to use the custom Supermicro slots (that the AOM-SXM-BRG connects to) and adapt that to a PCIe slot.
i wish it was as simple to use the 8611 cable conenctions instead :(
doesnt look to be SXB2 (or other variations of SXB) from googling other SXB2 cards. unless it's a fluid kind of standard where they call everything proprietary as "SXB" and only add numbers to it to label them on individual boards.
RSC-GR-6-X and RSC-G-6 look nearly identical. not sure what...
Would love if someone made (readily available) a flexible riser from the custom Supermicro port to normal PCIe. Or even the specific name of the port. “Supermicro port” or “SC port” is too vague as Supermicro has many different custom PCIe port shapes and sizes. We need to differentiate this...
remove the GPUs.
connect the monitor to the onboard VGA plug on the motherboard
boot the system and go into the BIOS
in the BIOS, change the primary display from "onboard" to offboard or external PCIe.
re-install the GPU and plug the monitor to the GPU.
boot the system
It’s a very low risk system that I can’t be bothered to update because it just keeps working and frankly there’s no pressing reason to. I have many other systems that I maintain with updates etc. but I don’t want to have to rebuilt the containers/jails that are running on this particular system...
I did think about him while pondering where to get a custom cable made. I have some of his other risers.
I think the biggest problem will be communicating the exact spec of the custom PCIe slot. Not know what it’s actual spec name is will be hard for them to find what they need to be making an...