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    AMD EPYC 7742 64-Core 100-000000053-04 compatibility with Dell/HPE

    I've heard this as well- but I wanted to make sure.
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    AMD EPYC 7742 64-Core 100-000000053-04 compatibility with Dell/HPE

    Hello everyone, Does anyone know if the AMD EPYC 7742 64-Core 100-000000053-04 is compatible with Enterprise Dell/HPe servers? Please note this is the -04 version, not retail. Thanks!
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    One of the cheaper 16tbs not on backorder right now

    How much you making per month with 3.2PB? geez
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    Eaton managed PDU (208V) $120 NIB

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/303419841276?hash=item46a53b5afc:g:rgUAAOSwwppeBUlP
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    SUPERMICRO 128GB SATADOM $35

    Thanks- picked up a few. Needed these for some nodes.
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    Eaton managed PDU (208V) $120 NIB

    If I'm not mistaken aren't the transformers on the poles 2 phase? I doubt they're going to swap a transformer to give you 3 phase... and if you're going the phase converters route then you probably want it for full capacity (likely 50+ amps) which is going be pretty unreasonable in terms of...
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    Eaton managed PDU (208V) $120 NIB

    Yes 3 phase only. Definitely not going to happen in a home unless you do some crafty rewiring- don't do it.
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    Eaton managed PDU (208V) $120 NIB

    You can use 110v for the first one by using this: 6-Ft Power Cord NEMA 5-15 to C19 14AWG Server AC power cord SJT Cable 746160095752 | eBay For the 2nd one, you need a real 220-240v circuit
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    Eaton managed PDU (208V) $120 NIB

    If you wanna go crazy: https://www.ebay.com/itm/353389275308?mkevt=1&mkcid=1&mkrid=711-53200-19255-0&campid=5338722076&toolid=10001
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    Today only $399: XPG SX8100 Series: 4TB PCIe Gen3x4 M.2 2280, 3D TLC Internal Solid State Drive

    https://www.newegg.com/xpg-4tb-sx8100/p/0D9-00DF-000A5 $525 on amazon
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    Updated: 09-03-21, EPYCS, DDR3/4, SAS3/NVME's SSDs PRICE CUT on EPYCS!!

    They will work in any motherboard that supports Rome and the 7742 power requirement.
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    EU WTB EPYC SP3 Carrier frame

    Yep, you don't need the frame. It's nice and it makes life easier, but if you gently drop the cpu in the socket- it's 100% the same.
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    EXPIRED (used) Seagate Exos Enterprise 8 TB, 7200 RPM, 85 USD 4 units and up

    Older so probably not helium & 7.6W idle can is a little hot. These should be good for offline storage though. https://www.seagate.com/www-content/datasheets/pdfs/ent-cap-3-5-hdd-data-sheetDS1882-2-1606US-en_US.pdf
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    Three complete failures in a month! Intel SSD Issues...

    The PM/SM883(a)'s are VERY good drives. They're super popular right now in the DC space.
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    Three complete failures in a month! Intel SSD Issues...

    I know we expect things to last forever, and for some companies this is the case (Samsung in particular makes great enterprise SSDs- I've never had a Samsung die on me), but for some companies End of Life is literally 5 years. If I recall S3610's are at least 7 years old by now and well past...
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    NVMe u.2 cards

    They work great- just need bifurcation in order for them to work & yes, raid 0 performance is doubled. There's also a 4 port version as well.