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x16 PCI 3.1 . External ports
HBA 9405W-16e Tri-Mode Storage Adapter
There is a 16x lane version but it is for external storage.
Would like to see a review of these and the RAID version the . MegaRAID 9460-16i
Below looks cool...
HighPoint Intros SSD7101 Series PCI-Express 3.0 x16 NVMe RAID SSDs
So just to confirm 2 servers with 10/40G SFP + network cards (Back to Back) will connect with a DA Copper cable (Same cable that would normally to...
Is it possible to direct attach two servers togeather with 10/40G SFP or QSFP Ethernet cards with DC Copper Cables or can you only do it with...
Hitachi Virtual Storage Platform G Series - Flash-Optimized VSP Systems | HDS
They will be from the above SAN or earlier model
Your L2/L3 Cache error is fixed in the below IBM release as well, It was M6.13 I used..
Fixed an issue where L2/L3 Cache error...
I see that Broadcom have new 9400 series NVMe HBA's
SAS/SATA Host Bus Adapters
I used MR6.12 I see there is a new one M6.13 not tried that one yet
MegaRAID SAS 9361-8i
Upgraded with Windows 10 and MSM to LSI 9361 latest version and no problems, also if you enable EFI in the pci slot config in the bios setup...
Four port options below, not tried them..
High Speed Serial Cables, Adapters and Accessories from Serial Cables
What steps do you recommend I take to update my one when it arrives , I will use the latest IBM Version..
I have one in the post from e-bay so interested in the above..
Below thread mentions a jumper to short that may help on the M5210 as well see...
Will the M5201 work in a Supermicro X10DRi. I have purchased one off ebay.
Also what is the difference between the below cables to attach to...
I have the SC745TQ and a X10DRi motherboard that I am doing to install 2 x E5 V4 Xeons
what the best CPU cooler options for a quiet...
SFP-10G-T - Solid Optics
So dues this rule out any V4 ES chips for use as an ESX platform, as they say minimum stepping needed is B0
I was thinking of building a V4 ES...
They were the model with the RJ45 port and not the SFP, I think they have a higher power like 17W
than the SFP and the HPZ800 being a desktop...