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    Superchassis CSE-505-203B a + M11SDV - compatibility issues?

    So I ran into a bit of an embarrassing issue yesterday - it seems like Superchassis CSE-505-203B (despite Supermicro's claims) isn't really fully compatible with their EPYC 3000 motherboards. As you can see in the attached images, the IO panel seems not to support the layout of their...
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    compatible transievers with HP 560FLR

    Hi I will be getting some servers soon and they are equipped with HP 560FLR 10gb NIC I would like to know if the HP nics are forgiving in terms of transceivers or I must use HP transceivers I am asking because I see some Cisco transceivers for really cheap on eBay and was thnking maybe I can...
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    What board/system takes this RAM? (DDR3L 12800 16GB ECC Reg SODIMM 4Rx8)

    I mistakenly bought some of these a while ago for my Supermicro C2000 based ITX boards before I could find specs assuming they were unbuffered, but they turned out to be ECC Reg. Does anyone know what uses these? I tried them in a couple of theoretically compatible boards through SODIMM ->...
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    Where do I look for short depth ATX chassis?

    Where do people typically look for short depth ATX rackmount chassis? I mean in general - are there any websites where you can just specify expected depth range, U height, number of HDD cages etc? I tried with Server Case UK but their search engine really stinks and eg. if you choose 480mm depth...
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    List of components

    Hello Everybody, I hope this will be my last post and I finally will be able to build my own NAS. Like I mentioned in previous posts I want to create a NAS with about 25 TB of storage for Saving of my many private files. I researched a lot and finally made a list of my components I intended...
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    8GB FB-DIMMS - compatible chipsets, Supermicro X7 boards?

    Greetings all, I'm trying to max out some older FB-DIMM based systems with cheap RAM - a friend's first generation mac pro, and several Supermicro x7 boards I have on hand. The Supermicro boards (X7DBE for example) have 8-16 DDR2 FB-DIMM slots, but the specs list the largest compatible FB-DIMM...