Hello Everyone in this fantastic forum.
I've already gotten a ton of help here, but now I've run in to another question. I'm planning on building a NAS server. I want it to run Unraid as OS, but I also want a Plex Media Server running on it and probably also a website. All fine so far, then I...
I've been thinking about this for a while now:
There are these E5-2603 (and their newer v2-4 predecessors) low end CPUs all over ebay for (sometimes) single digit prices. They aren't fast, nor do they pack any special features other than being cheap (even new they where dirt cheap compared to...
I'm really hoping someone here will have the knowledge I need and the time to edumacate me in the world of servers. I'm brand new to it and only just starting out with it, and there's all of a sudden a world of new features and limitations, that I'm not used to having to...
So I've got a supermicro H11DSI-NT, got two different epyc 7601s from ebay from 2 different vendors that looked somewhat reputable. Both are giving me post code 78. Fans spinning, but nothing booting, no video, IPMI not even showing correct hardware info. Exact same behavior for both CPUs...
I need to match the following trifecta and make them play nice together:
- motherboard: Supermicro X11SPM-TF
- CPU: Intel Xeon Silver 4114 SR3GK 10-Core 2.20GHz 13.75MB LGA3647 CPU
- memory module: Supermicro Certified MEM-DR464L-HL03-LR26 Hynix HMAA8GL7CPR4N-VK 64GB DDR4-2666 ECC...
I got a 64-core EPYC 7H12.
I compare it with Intel Xeon-W3275M former my workstation CPU.
First, the Xeon-W 3275M has omitted the multi-socket function and got 64-lane PCI-E. On the other hand, EPYC has 128-lane PCI-E and has high performance, so both are very attractive CPUs as Workstation...
I am going to start a course in machine learning soon
I have two cards of nvidia gtx titan purchased in a far away 2013
(pretty old, but all new games still run quite well, sorry for a poor assessment way:))
Intel Xeon E5 2630 v4 - 10C/20T - 85W
I'm offering 1x used unit of Intel Xeon E5 2630 v4 with 10Cores/20Threads and 85TDP for:
295.00 EUR incl. shipping in the EU (European Union)
Shipping will be insured up to 500.00 EUR
Payment via PayPal or Revolut bank transfer only
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After some talk on other threads about power-consumption, AMD, Intel and servers, I thought I'll get some real power numbers on the on-prem servers I usually setup at my customers.
Some questioned the power numbers I've been...
Does anyone know, or could find out (as I think this server is pre-release), exactly how the following Gigabyte HPC server cools its CPUs? (excluding heat sinks)
As you can see there are no front chassis fans, only fans behind the GPUs and at the back of the Chassis; hence my...
We need to bring the server's TDP down a bit. If it was a gaming system I would've probably reduce Vcore a bit and configured cpu power limits PPL1/3.
However, this is server CPU, and I doubt it got any overclocking capabilities.
Do you think there's a way to down-clock the server with...
I have some Xeon 2600 v3 CPUs I'm looking to get rid of. Here's what I have
1x 2620 v3 - $70/ea
4x 2630 v3 - $110/ea
7x 2680 v3 - $160/ea
2x 2697 v3 - $350/ea
Prices in USD.
Not all are tested but I can test if needed. The 2697's are in use right now but I will pull them for a serious offer...
I would be interested in a stopgap system (mobo+cpu+ram) while I am waiting for amd to complete its zen2 rollout. I do not see getting anything new until sometime next year. Also, I have never dabbled with server parts, hence I am looking for suggestions if such can be made.
I am selling some of my previously used hardware. It's fully working and tested on Supermicro X11SPG-TF Motherboard.
Price is fair and non-negotiable.
CPU: ES (Engineering Sample) Xeon Gold 6130 1.8GHz, QL1M | 100€ with cooler 130€.
Cooler: Dynatron B5 2U | with CPU.
RAM: Samsung 48GB (6x 8GB)...
Trades interested in:
rtx 2080 ti with better then stock cooler
2 x e5-2680 V4 CPU or higher
Heatware: under marcoi
Paypal: Premier and Verified
For Sale Rules:
All items are sold as is with no warranty, unless otherwise stated. I listed...
I'm considering getting dual CPUs in my Dell T420 (currently I have an Intel E5-2430 [Dell partnumber: YWVC1]), and I'm wondering if I need to buy a matching pair of CPUs, or if it's smarter to buy another E5-2430? And if yes, what do I need to look out for to get a matching CPU?
All items pulled from working systems and in good condition. Local pickup in Los Angeles, or shipping can be arranged for additional charges. Accepting offers on all items. $500 takes the whole lot.
Pictures of all the items are here: Imgur: The magic of the Internet
All items come from...