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    [GIGABYTE WRX80-SU8] IPMI fancontrol

    newegg has this listed now
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    ASUS WRX80 Workstation Motherboard for new AMD Threadripper Pro's - Memory Module DIMM Slot installation permutation.

    Both Supermicro and Asus are SSI-EEB sized (12" x 13"). The case-friendlier sized variant is the Gigabyte board which is SSI-CEB (12" X 10.5"). It doesn't seem to be available in the US at the moment but have seen them being sold already in EU ( and AU (scorptec).
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    AMD EPYC 7003 Milan The Fast Gets Faster

    wiredzone is selling epyc milan now although only 7763 and 7713P are in stock at the moment while the rest are MFG drop ship.
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    32GB DDR4-2666 RDIMMs $85 ea

    Has anyone tried to run these on a Threadripper Pro platform yet? Both Asus WRX80E-SAGE and Gigabyte WRX80-SU8-IPMI seem to have explicit support for 3DS RDIMM. Supermicro M12SWA-TF doesn't seem to support it.
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    Gigabyte WRX80-SU8-IPMI AMD Threadripper Pro Motherboard

    Compared to Asus and Supermicro which are available for sale in Newegg.. this seems to be the only WRX80 board that doesn't seem to be generally available anywhere.. Anyone knows where this can be purchased online within U.S.?
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    Intel NVMe/SAS3 2U Disk Enclosure w/ Oculink interface + SuperMicro AOC-SLG3-4E2P

    Has anyone tested if this card will work with the Oculink to 4 x SATA cable (CBL-SAST-0933) from Supermicro? I have the 4 port Oculink variant btw (AXXP3SWX08040)
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    EPYC3251D4I-2T vs X570D4I-2T+3700X

    Anyone seen this yet?
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    Zeus V2 : U-NAS NSC-810A | X10SL7-F | E3-1265 V3

    If you still wanna go for the U-NAS case, perhaps you can setup an AIO to help cool down your CPU... I recall seeing/reading someone setup watercooling on a U-NAS 8 Bay case before.. I forgot where I saw/read it from but the radiator was externally mounted at the rear. NOTE: below pics are not...
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    Zeus V2 : U-NAS NSC-810A | X10SL7-F | E3-1265 V3

    Forgot to mention I also use Intel P3700 800GB on the second PCIE slot which is passed through to my FreeNAS VM as L2ARC / SLOG. not the most ideal setup but it works well for caching my iSCSI mounted drive (D:\) which stores all my games. My motherboard can support 14 SATA + 2 X M.2 SATA/NVME...
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    Zeus V2 : U-NAS NSC-810A | X10SL7-F | E3-1265 V3

    Correct. I'm using Quadro P2000 on my PCI slot.. I also used 4 SATA SSD (2x120GB Proxmox OS, 2x480GB for Proxmox VMs, 1 SATA M.2 passed through for Windows 10 VM). Below are my temps.. not sure if it makes sense for your use case since I'm in a "warmer" location. MB Temp 48 ° C Card...
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    Zeus V2 : U-NAS NSC-810A | X10SL7-F | E3-1265 V3

    NSC-810A will do a decent job if you work through its limitations.. understanding that the space is limited, you would want to maximise airflow by having as few components inside as possible. It will make more sense to pair this case with an all-in-one SOC board which already come with...