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[IMG] Um ... you may want to specify the chassis used.
In your previous post it was a 1U.
If that is still the case you are using, it will barely...
Wow .. must be the week for this same setup.
Are the four jet engine fans not adequate?
Your chassis is 1u so (if you stick with it) best bet for...
Ok...i would have done the same probably :P
Look the same to me 1540 --> 1541.
When I looked, X10SDV-* all have same IPMI/BMC firmware.
BIOS has same revision 2.0C but divided between NIC...
OP didn't mention a specific make/model uATX motherboard to be used.
If Supermicro, the 504/505 1u chassis can work.
For fitment, you'd need to...
Requires ECC UDIMM (U=unbuffered not registered).
CT102472BD160B or CT2KIT102472BD160B worked for me.
I absolutely love my 4-5 year old Precision 7510.
I have no reason to upgrade at all ..but man I sure do want to!
I had a long drawn-out reply, but after reading it, I thought I saw my inner a-hole coming out.
That is not ever my intent so I'll just say:
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Could you not combine the PDU/UPS functionality?
I'm going without details of course ... but seems like you could free up 1U there.
If you are...
2U (2x5.25" + 9 x 3.5" Bay) (3 Horizontal slot full high cards by Riser Card) or (7 slot low profile) (Extend EATX / ATX / Micro-ATX /...
If you run a 1u server ... yes.
The card mentioned is "low profile" so 2U or greater allows it to stand up in the slot.
Don't want to give up precious NVME space (or a PCIe slot) just for vSphere booting.
That said ... to the OPs question ... it should work...
These Supermicro Systems:
(or smaller = E300-9D-4CN8TP)
Older generation - still capable
Did you mean 2.9.1 ? That is what I saw on Dell's support site for the R630.
If the system works with other E5-26## v4 CPUs, sounds like you got...
I agree.... makes no sense to me either. Rated @ 59dba
In my experience, any 40mm fan that spins > ~4000rpm is not quiet.
Quiet to me would be a...
I was curious myself.
If they are the default for that chassis, the part number is:
Look at standard parts list here:
1U (LCD Display Fan Control) (1x5.25" or 3.5" HDD or 2 x 2.5" HDDs Bay) (Mini-ITX) (9.84" Deep) (Lock Door) (Rackmount Chassis) (1U Flex ATX...
Not a unicorn ... but you need to look at the power draw of your equipment to determine if the 1u
short depth UPS can meet power demand/uptime...