m.2 to pci-e adapter

  1. dnb

    Supermicro A1SRi-2758F with NVME

    I have that good old (but brand new) A1SRi-2758F board with Intel Atom 2758F CPU (yes, the same one with CPU failure in some early revisions). In addition, I have a Supermicro PCI-E Add-On Card for up to two NVMe SSDs AOC-SLG3-2M2-O with two Samsung PM9A3 m.2 SSDs installed in it. The problem...
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    Adding 10GbE via M.2 to CWWK N6005 i226 v4?

    I am basically looking at doing the same thing this Innodisk egpl-t101 does, but since you can't actually buy that anywhere for a reasonable price, has anybody tried adding 10G to one of these CWWK N6005 Mini PC's through an M.2 to PCIe x4 adapter like...
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    Boot Esxi 7.0 on supermicro x10 NVME m.2

    Hi, I was wondering if anyone here knows how to boot up Esxi 7.0 on a m.2 or even if it is possible? Because I want to use M.2's instead of regular SSD drives. My Supermicro motherboard does not support any M.2 onboard, that is why I bought a PCIE 4 to M.2 adapter to support my M.2.
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    SATA vs. M2 Adapter for Old N40L MicroServer

    I have an old HP N40L MicroServer that is still going strong, right now running FreeNAS 11.3. I just replaced the drives in it (and am resilvering the last one as I write this) after one failed and decided to start thinking about what other upgrades I could do to extend its useful life a bit...
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    M.2 Expansion via PCI-E Adapter in E300-8D

    Hi, I have a Supermicro E300-8D system and I just found out that I can install multiple M.2 PCI-E SSDs via the PCI-E to M.2 Adapter cards. I am specifically looking at the Amfeltec card that can support 2 modules. Since I have 2 x PCI-E x 8 slots on the E300-8D I could go with the model that...