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Should not be under "Great deals".
OH! The drives are U.2. In my head they were M.2 :D .. heh
Hmmm.. Thats pretty cool. I guess its a fortune in oculink cables to add. Also how to convert from oculink to m.2. I guess oculink to U.2 cables...
Related to this. Anyone seen some nice card to connect a lot of these drives? Like 8pcs on PCIex16-ish.
Me too. Didnt know what currency to use. =)
Im trying to find what a reasonable price is for this one. 400$ perhaps?
Just the one.
Maybe one of these? https://ftpw.supermicro.com.tw/en/products/motherboard/X10SDV-6C+-TLN4F
Seller was quick to answer. Its a network card. No thanks =)
If its both. Its a pretty good deal =)
Does he have to tell everyone his offer for buying a CPU? Is that a rule? Isnt price related to selling stuff?
NVMe = PCIe also.
All NVMe drives uses PCIe interface for its transfer. There are no exceptions. (Yet)
So all M.2, U.2, NGSFF, EDSFF etc uses PCIe...
I like the nickname. Meaning is immovable in Swedish.
Interesting to see how you will fold the motherboard :)
Have you looked at intels own store? Desktop System Parts | Intel
So thats a power regulator. Not at all uncommon to break and make shorts. Just find same model and solder in....
Well. Maybe asking Asmedia to hand out general firmware for the ASM1151W controller. I couldnt find any info online about the component. It might...
Thanks for the guide. I had a few shucked since before and didnt realize the fix to get the pcb to work with all drives was so easy. Too bad it...