Yes, you are right. The PSU is installed upside down and there is a fan grille in the base plate, right under the installed PSU. The PSU Mount Area is pictured in the servethehome-review.
The reasons why i installed the PSU upside down are:
- As you mentioned, there is not much space under the...
I compared both files on file content level with free file sync (the unreleased preview 1.30 vs. the official released 1.30). Both files are the same.
There is a 1.30b .zip on ASRocks FTP Server, but its password protected.
Just to address some more bugs here:
- SR-IOV is working with intial BIOS release v1.20 under ESXi7. With 1.28beta, SR-IOV is not working anymore (and also not with unreleased v1.30)
Dont know if this bug is also present in the public available BIOS version 1.20 or 1.28beta (i have access to...
Actually, if you already know what "All (4095)" means, yes, otherwise, its hard to understand that this is the "enable vgt"-switch. :)
Yeah, i thought about VMUG, but i am still struggling with the 200USD/year.... maybe later.
OK guys, the first topic might be a OPNsense/FreeBSD or a ryzen specific topic. I talked to a friend and hes also struggling with this problem with opnsense on a ryzen system (but baremetal).
Yes, thats the right place to configure VGT (VLAN guest tagging). I did a lot of research in...
Thanks for reply.
Im pretty sure that the intial setup with four NICs is as expected. This means:
This setup was working until i added the fifth and sixth Network Adapter. I verified this setup by letting clients pull DHCP leases in every VLAN.
After adding more Network Adapters to the VM...
I am running an ESXi7 installation (latest update 7.0.1c is installed).
My first topic is:
I installed a opnsense router/firewall in a guest VM. First, i tried to config this guest with three virtual NIC/vmxnet 3 adapters.
The first vNIC is linked to a physical 1Gbit-Intel-NIC for...
I would like to buy a log device for my ZFS-filer, so the drive of choice should have power loss protection, high iops rate, low latency. I think Intel Optane P4801X series with 100GB is a good choice for my needs.
This drives are available in U.2 and M.2.
Does anybody have experiences with...
I have the exact same problem. I cant enable SR-IOV in combination with my SuperMicro aoc-s3008l-l8i (Firmware is IT-mode SuperMicro stock firmware in Version 16.00.01.00).
System is Ryzen 7 4750G on an ASRock Rack X570D4U-2L2T
AMD-V and IOMMU is enabled. Its possible to activate SR-IOV for the...
Yes i will optimize this in the near future.
I told Noctua that i solved the overheating problem by disabling the boost clock and i also sent them the link to this thread. As a result of this, they thanked and updated theire 4750G-compatibility-list from "NH-L9a not compatible" to "NH-L9a...
There is newer version dated to 2020/07/17 with version 16.00.10.00 (instead of 16.00.01.00) for supermicro 3008 cards available on the supermicro website.
Excelent idea! Here is the result, starting from idle temperatures (30°C CPU-temp). The case fans are not made for preasure, only for (silent) airflow and they are still fixed to only 500rpm so i think i can tweak them a bit more.
Noctua pointet me out that the NH-L9a isnt compatible with the 4750G. Didnt noticed that before. Thought this cooler would be fine for a 65W TDP CPU, cause this cooler is mostly reviewed with this kind of cpu power class.
Thats a good point!
Indeed, this case is far away from being an airflowchampion. And thats the reason why i turned the four 120mm fans up to 100% / 1300rpm earch during the test series. There are two for intake on the left, two for blow out on the rear. None in the front. Plus the PSU-fan is...
I just spend some more hours to fight the temperature problem under full load.
In short: The Ryzen 7 Pro 4750G is some kind of a boiler or something like that. Cant belive that this CPU is specified with 65W TDP, because the Noctua NH-L9a is made for 65W TDP CPUs.
I installed a wattmeter to...